Beetroot coriander juice pineapple with black pepper sprouts kalijeeri alkaline diet water sipping sunshine walk prayers pomegranates cucumber ginger orange juice lemon lemongrass decoction carrots celery peach mint leaves the whole day lime juice thrice a day...no sugar no nonveg diet no eggs no mushrooms no fried foods...needs counselling calmness symphony music a healthy marital life .if the child is not married what are the parents doing to give this type of life ...they need to understand him.. please don't ruin his life by definitely not paying attention on the child
Please ask to give up smoking and alcohol totally. 1)Shirshuladivajra Ras 1 tab Swarn Samir Pannag Ras 1 tab Brahmi vati swarn ghatit 1 tab Kamdudha Ras moti 1 tab Amla pittantak Loh 1 tab . 2) Kalyan ghrit 5 gm b.d . 3) Ashwagandharishta 1 tsf b.d.p.c
Its a Nicotine Withdrawal Syndrome Ask him to cope up with the situation Advise to drink Tamra Siddha Jala Advise to take Deep breath whenever he feels urge to smoke Counsel him and ask him to cash this opportunity to quit smoking.
Started 24hrs...rapidly going more intense... Rubric....headache grow slowly or rapidly? 2. Bright light intolerable... In migraines it is common. Vomiting. Common...drowsy....confused. so try gelsimium.
nitya mridu virechan,rest light diet wid mahavat vidhvansana ras,swarnamakshi,praval pishti and giloy satva,,,matra according to age,,,and saraswatarishta wid ashwagandharishta.
Shirshool vajra rasa Avipittikar churna Giloy ghan vati Aswagandha churna Brahmi vati Shankpushpi syrup Proper diet management Do yoga and meditation
Dear Dr. Chandrika Kumar, Advice for the case. Tab. Shirah Shuladi Vajra Ras. Tab. Brahmi Vati with Gold 1 tds. Sy. Shankhpushpi. Advice gaughruta nashya.
Shirahshooladi Vajra Rasa Praval Bhasma Godanti Bhasma Brahmi Vati Shankha Pushpi Syrup. Gaughrit Nasya Karpoor Dhara Shirolepan when Headache is Present.
Shirhashol vajra rasa Suthsekhar rasa Ashwagandha churna Brahmi vati Massage on head with mustard oil Nasya karma helpful Yoga meditation helpful
Regular eye check-up is suggested to rule out the cause and treat accordingly.
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Friends today I am discussion about a savere disease. Shingles/Herpes Zoster Shingles or herpes zoster is an infection which is characterized by a painful blistering skin rash. The rash usually affects one side of the body, i.e. the torso and/or one side of the face. It appears in a band formation and therefore the name ‘shingles’, which is Latin for ‘belt’. Shingles is caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox, called the varicella-zoster virus. The initial warning symptoms appear one to five days before the rash appears. You will feel the warning signs on the location where the rash will appear. These initial symptoms include itching, pain, burning, pricking and stabbing sensation, followed by high fever, chills and muscle pain. The tell-tale rash appears soon after. When a person (usually children) gets infected by the varicella-zoster virus, he/she develops chickenpox. After the chickenpox heals, the virus remains in a dormant state in the nerve roots or the dorsal root ganglia, which contains the cell bodies of sensory neurons. Years later, this virus may wake up to cause an outbreak of shingles or herpes zoster. Although the reason for its waking up is not certain, experts believe a variety of conditions can lead to its activation such as normal ageing weakening of the immune system stress and anxiety Healthy people and young children too are not exempt from the risk. In fact, anyone who has had chickenpox is at a high risk of developing herpes zoster or shingles. Appearance of the Blistering Rash The distinctive feature of this illness is the rash that appears on one side of the body. The rash is accompanied by a pricking and sometimes stabbing pain. It erupts into clusters of small red patches that develop into blisters. Within 7 - 10 days the blisters break open and a fluid comes out. During this period, if anyone who never had chickenpox before, accidentally touches the oozing blisters of the patient, he/she will develop chickenpox. Once the fluid comes out, the rash slowly begins to dry and crust. The rash disappears completely after two to four weeks. When the blisters scab and dry, the virus cannot spread anymore. Because herpes zoster affects the nerve cells in the body, it is very common for the rash to appear in the formation of a band on one side of the body along the path of a nerve. In some people, the rash may spread to the eyes, and occur inside the eyelids. This can be extremely painful, with the person experiencing stabbing pains in the eye, constant eye watering, sensitivity to light, and blurry vision. The symptoms in the eyes usually vanish within three to five weeks. A person with shingles cannot transmit shingles to another person. Though, he can transmit chickenpox to a person, who has never had chickenpox before. Post-Herpetic Neuralgia (PHN) Around 20% of the people who suffer from shingles may develop a condition known as post-herpetic neuralgia. This occurs when the proper functioning of a nerve is disrupted due to the damage caused to it by shingles. It is commonly believed that shingles causes scar tissue to develop around the nerve, which when inadvertently pressed, causes pain signals to go to the brain. The person suffering from PHN will experience a sudden throbbing, burning, shooting, or even a stabbing pain along the damaged nerve for months, or even years, after the rash has healed. In some cases, the pain may be continuous for a few months after the rash has healed, however, if the condition runs into years, the person will experience paroxysms of pain along the nerve. Who is prone to shingles/herpes zoster? a weak immune system are experiencing any stress or trauma are suffering from any illnesses such as diabetes, HIV, cancer are taking any medications that affect the immune system such as steroids are taking treatments for certain ailments such as cancer are recuperating from any illness, be it even a cold, or flu have erratic sleeping patterns are suffering from malnutrition a dull constant pain which can be mild or severe, or an intermittently shooting pain in the affected area soreness, burning sensation, itching, or numbness in the affected area exhaustion fatigue sensitivity to light fever headache the appearance of a painful, itchy and red rash on one side of the body and sometimes in and around the eyes a sensation of pins and needles piercing through in the areas of the rash throbbing pain in the eye with burning sensation and irritation soreness and redness in and around the eye extreme sensitivity to light constant eye watering blurred vision What are the complications of shingles/herpes zoster? Shingles is a self-limiting condition which disappears within three weeks. However, in people with very low immunity, it may take a serious turn. Delaying, or not undertaking medical treatment can cause serious complications which include: Postherpetic Neuralgia - which is nerve pain caused by the damage to nerves by the varicella-zoster virus. The stabbing pain can remain for months and even for years in patients. Eye Complications - which can occur if the rash spreads to the eyes. Swelling of the cornea may occur which can leave permanent scars. Shingles in the eye can also cause the retina to swell, or increase pressure in the eye which can lead to glaucoma and eventually loss of vision. Skin Infections - may occur if the area affected by the rash is not kept clean, which can lead to scarring. Neurological Complications - can ensue if the shingles affects the nerves in the brain. The neurological complications include Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, Bell’s palsy, encephalitis, meningitis, and even stroke anytime in the year following the illness. Disseminated Herpes Zoster- is when the virus spreads to other organs. People with compromised immune systems ( those suffering from cancer, HIV/AIDS), are at a risk of Disseminated Herpes Zoster. This can be life-threatening especially if it affects the lungs. What is the treatment for shingles/herpes zoster? Though there is no known cure or for that matter treatment for shingles, your general physician may prescribe antiviral medicines, which will reduce the pain and duration of shingles. He may also prescribe some topical antibiotics to apply on the rashes which will reduce the stinging and prevent infection. Homoeopathic medicines for Herpes Primary Remedies Arsenicum album. If a person feels chilly, anxious, restless, and exhausted during fever-and the burning pain of the eruptions is relieved by heat-this remedy may be indicated. ... Apis mellifica. ... Iris versicolor. ... Mezereum. ... Ranunculus bulbosus. ... Rhus toxicodendron. ... Clematix.Dr. Rajesh Gupta17 Likes26 Answers
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a case of 7 years old girl with a growth at anal region. present since birth as said by mother. no h/o itch, discharge, pain. no modalities available. h/o constipation since age 4. h/o headache with tendency of cough with no expectoration/ difficult to expel. h/o worms in stools. desire- meat, eggs. iuh - ns active & friendly child. tendency to gain weight significantly. what can be diagnosis & mgmt for above ??Dr. Jayita Choudhury4 Likes19 Answers
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Respected Vaidyas, An important aspect of "Dinacharya" I.e. PRATIMARSHA NASYAM is very useful for all of us to keep away from " Supraclavicular diseases" ( URDHAJATRU GATA VIKARAS ). Let us discuss about its practical aspects briefly. 1. It is one type of Snehan Nasya ( use of Chatu Sneha I.e. Ghrita, Tailam, Vasa, Majja ) 2. The dose of Sneha is minimal I.e. 2 drops in each Nostril. ( Dwi Vinduka - A.H. Su 20 / 29 ) 3. It can be used daily that's why naming is as such I.e. PRATI - Daily. 4. Kala ( Time of Administration ) ( A.H. Su 20/ 28 - 29 ) 15 times are described- *** Nisha Anta - Early morning ( Brahma Muhurta ) *** Aha Anta - End of Day ( Evening ) *** Bhukta - After taking food *** Banta -- After Vamana Karma *** Aha Swapna ( Divaswapna ) - After day sleep *** Adhwa - After long walking *** Shrama - After doing hard physical or mental work *** Retasam - After Copulation *** Shirobhyanga - After head massaage ***.Gandusha - After Oil pulling treatments in mouth *** Prasrava - After Urination *** Anjana - After application. of Kajjala ( Collyrium) *** Varchasam - After defecation of stool *** Danta Kasthasya - After Danta Dhabana ( Brushing ) *** Hasa Sya - After Laugh 5. Benefits of Pratimarsha Nasya ( acc. to Administration time ) ( A.H. Su - 20/ 29 ) A. Srota Suddhi ( Clearance of Channels ) Time of Administration - Nishanta, Aha Anta, Bhukta, Banta, Aha Swapna Ante ( Early morning , Evening, After food, After Emesis, After day sleep ) B. Klama Nasha (For relaxation after hard work) Time of Administration - Adhwa Anta, Shrama Anta, Retasam Anta ( After long walking, Hard work, Copulation ) C. Drig Balam ( For increasing eyesight ) Time of Administration - Shiro-Abhyanga,Gandusha, Prasrava, Anjana, Varchasam Ante ( After head massaage, Oil pulling , Urination, Application of Kajal - Kohl , Defecation ) D. Danta Dadhyakara ( for stronger teeth ) Time of Administration - After Tooth Brushing E. Marut Shama ( For mitigation of excess Vata in body ) Time of Administration - After Laughing during Group conversations. N.B. - A huge no. of patient's with eye sight problems came near to us, so we can prescribe them with Pratimarsha Nasya by Anu Tailam during the Times described in point - C above. 6. Indications - Age - Birth to Death " Aajanma Maranam Shastha Pratimarsha Stu " ( A.H.Su - 20/ 32) Diseases - A.H. Su 20 /26) ** Ura Kshata - Injury in Chest region ** Kshama - Krushata - Lean and Thin ** Balaka ( Child) Bruddha ( Old ) ** Sukhatma ( Sukumar ) ( Luxurious life ) ** Akala - There is no time restriction or seasonal restriction for Pratimarsha Nasya ( even applicable in Rainy season ) 7. Contraindications -( A.H. Su 20/ 26-27 ) *** Common cold - Pratishyaya ***After drinking Alcohol or for a Alcoholic ***Diseases of Ears ***Krimi Dushita Shira Roga ( Head lices etc ) *** Conditions where Doshas are more aggravated ( Utkrusta Dosha ) or Diverted from its place ( Utklishta Dosha ) 8. Amongst 4 types of Sneha dravyas( Oil, Ghee, Fat, Marrow ), Oil ( Tailam ) is the most preferable due to more actions over Kapha Dosha ( as " Shirasah Shlesma Dhama " ) 9. Best medicated Oil used for Nasyam - ANU TAILAM 10. Pratimarsha Nasyam is the most safest form of Nasya Therapy and continued for life long. Hope , this article is useful for all and the procedure is practised and advised by all due to numerous benefits.Dr. Niranjan Ram4 Likes17 Answers
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this patch is from since 1 year, itching is only symptom, what is dignosis and treatment?Yogesh Kokare4 Likes35 Answers
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