Soak ushir herb in water all night.. N give it in the morning, or u can use ushirasav instead of that. Along with that advice patient to bath 1 2 times in a day so toxic component of sweat will be removed, to wear cotton clothes which helps skin pores to breath n sweat will be decrease.. If condition is severe then use aluminium based antiperspirant
Guava ginger figs apricots carrots pomegranates sprouts kalijeeri alkaline diet beetroot coriander juice pineapple with black pepper citrus fruit lemongrass decoction dates figs...water needs counselling calmness symphony music...no stress,sweet potato.
First check your modalities. When is it aggravating?? You said that it is aggravating in winters and ameliorating in winters too . So how can the medicine be selected ?
try ushiraasav or water boiled in usheer herb for daily intake. jatamansi churna (Soak it over night and consume the water in the morning)
In Ayurveda its explained as Pitta Vraddhi Lakshana... Advise for Chandanasava, Kamdudha Rasa (Mukta Yukta) and Avipattikar Churna
First-time you give a dose of Sulphur 200 After fortnight , give her petroleum 200 fortnightly × 2 dose
With Your Homeopathic Medicine. Counseling Yoga,Meditation Music Therapy.are helpful.
Sulphur 1M for three days continously wait and watch.... after Acid Nit 200 ..
Dry grape's 30 Dry dates 4 Ela 4 shock in water for 6 hours take twice daily
Usirasav + saarivadyasav Mahamanjisthadi kashayam Valiya chandanadi tailam
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RESPECTED AYUSH, HOMOEOPATHS, LETS REFIEW TODAY A BEAUTIFUL REMEDY ARTEMESIA VULGARIS –A TALL HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL PLANT COMMON RIVERSIDE WORMWOOD felon herb, chrysanthemum weed, wild wormwood, old Uncle Henry, sailor's tobacco, naughty man, old man or St. John's plant TAXONOMY- PLANTAE- EUDICOTS-ANGIOSPERM- ASTERIDES-ASTERALES-ASTERACEAE PROVINGS BY FEDRICK MILLER Clinical.- Catalepsy.- Chorea.- Convulsions.- Dysmenorrhea.- Epilepsy.- Hydrocephalus. Hysteria.- Somnambulism. Worms. MIND -Complete unconsciousness. =Hydrocephalus. Insensible for two hours. = Epilepsy. Stupor following convulsions ; child. 4. Mental powers become gradually extinct. Epilepsy. Delirium. Hydrocephalus.Hallucinations during lucid intervals ; manifests fear and horror. Gets up every night and does her daily work as a house servant, with closed eyes, lies down again and cannot remember anything next morning. =Somnambulism. Inclination to steal. –KLEPTOMANIA Sudden whining. θ Before eclampsia. Piercing shriek, turns eyes, with violent clonic spasms of all limbs. Picking of bedcovers, making a fold of skin on back of her mother’s hand, saying that it will not come off, wants a knife to cut it off. .Peevish and inclined to weep. Chorea. Very much vexed, irritable, depressed during day before an attack at night. Excitability all day before an attack at night Excitability all day before an attack at night = Epilepsy. Moroseness. = Epilepsy. Morose and tearful. =Chorea.. Epilepsy. After a sudden fright. =Epilepsy. Fright and other emotions are followed by epilepsy. Weak-minded with epileptic fits. Attacks brought on particularly by bodily exertion or by alluding to disease. = Catalepsy. Great heaviness in head on moving it. Stupor ; after convulsions. = Hydrocephalus. Insensibility after fit. = Epilepsy. Vertigo caused by colored window glass, but not by white light. Epileptic vertigo. Sharp, shooting pain through head. = Hydrocephalus. Great heaviness and pressure. = Hydrocephalus. Great heaviness in head, morning. = Nocturnal epilepsy. Hydrocephalus acutus ; second stage. Great congestion of cerebro-spinal vessels of meninges. Extreme hyperemia of medulla, spine and meninges. Heaviness of head. = Hydrocephalus. Cannot hold head up after spasms. Head drawn backward by spasmodic twitchings. Head bent backward and sideward. = Hydrocephalic spasms. Very copious sweat on occiput during recovery. = Hydrocephalus. Heaviness of head. θ Hydrocephalus. Cannot hold head up after spasms. Head drawn backward by spasmodic twitchings. Head bent backward and sideward. = Hydrocephalic spasms. Very copious sweat on occiput during recovery. = Hydrocephalus. A/F- -Fright, grief bad news. --Violent emotions, anger. -After masturbation, sexual excitement. --Blow on the head. * -Physical exertion. CONFIRMATORY -NO AURA Convulsive attacks accompanied by profuse offensive sweat garlic like odour, and seminal emission. -Chorea during daytime > night. -Convulsions worse on becoming cool after exertion, worse from photic stimulation. -Typical ABSENCE episodes. -Convulsion of right side, paralysis, in newborns and girls at puberty. -Tonic-clonic convulsions with biting of the tongue and grinding of teeth. -Petit mal -attacks frequently repeated, then followed by a long interval of rest. -After the attack, falling asleep, weakness, feeling of lethargy. -Chorea- swallowing difficult, hungry but cannot get food down. -Colored light produces dizziness. Convulsive attacks accompanied by profuse offensive sweat garlic like odour, and seminal emission. -Chorea during daytime > night. -Convulsions worse on becoming cool after exertion, worse from photic stimulation. POKEMON-SHOCK SYNDROME= 16-12-97 Japan in the serial Pokemon especially in the episode of Electric Soldier Porygon” total 685 kids were rushed to the hospitals after seeing this serial esp this episode-complaining of headache blurred vision and photosensitive seizures on viewing strobe lighting of red green blue and yellow (which was used to create a virtual explosion on-screen NOTE – this could have been avoided if Artemesia was given to all kids. *Dear Ayush , If you have this herb in AYU or any other herb depicting similar symptoms as above please write and keep ading ... REGARDS, DR. RAJAN.N.IYERDr. Rajan N. Iyer2 Likes5 Answers
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Friends today I am discussing about Dark circles under the eyes. Dark circles under the lower eyelids are common in men and women. Often accompanied by bags, dark circles can make you appear older than you are. To make matters worse, they can be difficult to get rid of. Though they can affect anyone, dark circles are most common in people who: are elderly have a genetic predisposition to this condition (periorbital hyperpigmentation) are from non-white ethnic groups (darker skin tones are more prone to hyperpigmentation around the eye area) While fatigue may seem like the most logical explanation for this condition, there are a number of factors that can contribute to dark circles under the eyes. In most cases, they are no cause for concern and do not require medical attention. What causes dark circles? There are a number of contributing factors for dark circles. Some common causes of include: Fatigue Oversleeping, extreme fatigue, or just staying up a few hours past your normal bedtime can cause dark circles to form under your eyes. Sleep deprivation can cause your skin to become dull and pale, allowing for dark tissues and blood vessels beneath your skin to show. Lack of sleep can also cause fluid to build underneath your eyes, causing them to appear puffy. As a result, the dark circles you see may actually be shadows cast by your puffy eyelids. Age Natural aging is another common cause of those dark circles beneath your eyes. As you get older, your skin becomes thinner. You also lose the fat and collagen needed to maintain your skin’s elasticity. As this occurs, the dark blood vessels beneath your skin become more visible causing the area below your eyes to darken. Eye strain Staring at your television or computer screen can cause significant strain on your eyes. This strain can cause blood vessels around your eyes to enlarge. As a result, the skin surrounding your eyes can darken. Allergies Allergic reactions and eye dryness can trigger dark circles. When you have an allergic reaction, your body release histamines as a response to harmful bacteria. Other than causing uncomfortable symptoms — including itchiness, redness, and puffy eyes — histamines also cause your blood vessels to dilate and become more visible beneath your skin. Allergies can also increase your urge to rub and scratch the itchy skin around your eyes. These actions can worsen your symptoms, causing inflammation, swelling, and broken blood vessels. This can result in dark shadows beneath your eyes. Dehydration Dehydration is a common cause of dark circles under your eyes. When your body is not receiving the proper amount of water, the skin beneath your eyes begins to look dull and your eyes look sunken. This is due to their close proximity to the underlying bone. Sun overexposure Overexposure to the sun can cause your body to produce an excess of melanin, the pigment that provides your skin with color. Too much sun — particularly for your eyes — can cause pigmentation in the surrounding skin to darken. Genetics Family history also plays a part in developing dark circles under your eyes. It can be an inherited trait seen early in childhood, and may worsen as you age or slowly disappear. Predispositions to other medical conditions — such as thyroid disease — can also result in dark circles beneath your eyes. Treatment At-Home treatments Treatment for dark eye circles depends on the underlying cause. However, there are some home remedies that can help manage this condition. Some of the more common methods include: Apply a cold compress. A cold compress can help reduce swelling and shrink dilated blood vessels. This can reduce the appearance of puffiness and help eliminate dark circles. Wrap a few ice cubes in a clean washcloth and apply to your eyes. You can also dampen a washcloth with cold water and apply it to the skin under your eyes for 20 minutes for the same effect. Repeat this process if the cloth becomes warm or if the ice melts. Get extra sleep. Catching up on sleep can also help reduce the appearance of dark circles. Sleep deprivation can cause your skin to appear pale, making the dark circles more obvious. Allow yourself seven to eight hours of rest to prevent dark circles from appearing. Elevate your head. While sleep deprivation can play a part in producing those dark bags under your eyes, sometimes it’s how you sleep. Elevate your head with a few pillows to prevent fluid from pooling under your eyes which can make them look puffy and swollen. Soak with tea bags. Applying cold tea bags to your eyes can improve their appearance. Tea contains caffeine and antioxidants that can help stimulate blood circulation, shrink your blood vessels, and reduce liquid retention beneath your skin. Soak two black or green tea bags in hot water for five minutes. Let them chill in the refrigerator for 15 to 20 minutes. Once they’re cold, apply the teabags to your closed eyes for 10 to 20 minutes. After removing, rinse your eyes with cool water. Conceal with makeup. While makeup and cosmetics do not cure dark eye circles, they can help to camouflage them. Concealers can cover dark marks so they blend in with your normal skin color. However, as with any topical treatment or makeup product, use proper care. Some products can cause your symptoms to worsen and may trigger an allergic reaction. If you begin to experience irregular symptoms from any topical treatment, stop use immediately and schedule a visit with your doctor. Medical treatments For a more effective and permanent solution, some medical treatments are available to reduce the appearance of dark circles. Some of the more common methods include: chemical peels to reduce pigmentation laser surgery to resurface the skin and enhance skin tightening medical tattoos to inject pigment into thinning skin areas tissue fillers to conceal blood vessels and melanin that are causing skin discoloration beneath your eyes. fat removal to remove excess fat and skin, revealing a smoother and more even surface surgical implants of fat or synthetic products Before deciding on any cosmetic procedure, discuss your options with a doctor. Invasive medical treatments can be expensive, painful, and often require a long recovery time. Outlook For many people, dark circles are temporary and are often an indication of aging or lack of sleep. Though there are a number of at-home and medical treatments available to improve the appearance of your eyes, dark circles are typically no cause for alarm. However, if the discoloration or swelling worsens over time, schedule a visit with your doctor or dermatologist to ensure you have correctly diagnosed the issue and are receiving the best treatment. Homoeopathic treatment Phosphoric Acid It is associated with weakness of mind. This mental weakness is related to physical weakness. It is suited to young people who are mentally and physically weak. These individuals often grow very rapidly. It is very good remedy when patient has disease due to acute disease, grief and loss of fluids. It is a best natural homeopathic remedy for dark circles due to fatigue. It is suited to a person who has weak memory. He lacks feeling for others. He cannot remember right words at time. He is disease condition due to grief and mental shock. It is given when patient has blue rings around eyes. Patient has expressionless face. He does not like sunlight. The face of patient appears pale and eyes are surrounded by bluish rings. Patient is very weak and tired. Weakness is also seen due to sexual excesses. Dosage: 30, 4 pellets, 2 times a day for 10 days. Ferrum metallicum It can be given to person who are very young and weak. These individuals also suffer from anaemia, but has false redness of face. This kind of person has cold hands and feet with oversensitiveness. He feels worse after any work. Person is extremely weak and feel week from speaking or walking. It is given when patient has pale skin with irregular distribution of blood in body. It is a given when person has dark circles due to anemia. Patient has very red face with least pain. Sometimes red parts become white and blood less. Anemia in these individuals result in appearance of veins under eyes. Dosage: 30, 4 pellets, 2 times a day for 10 days. Cina It is remedy mainly for children. These children are big and fatty. They have troubles due to worms. It is suited to a child who is irritable with difficult appetite. These children have violent appetite due to worms. They suffer from grinding of teeth. It is suited to children who are hungry and very irritable in nature. Child does not want to be touched. He desires many things but rejects everything offered. It is a homeopathic medicine for dark circles in children. It is given when child has redness of cheeks on both sides of face. Face is pale and hot with dark rings around eyes is also seen. Patient has cold perspiration on face. Patient has white and bluish discoloration around the mouth. It also helps in curing dilated pupils and eyestrain. Dosage: 30, 4 pellets,3 times a day for 10 days. Berberis vulgaris It is very good remedy for all skin complaints. It is very useful for dark circles under eyes. Skin complaints are associated with liver complaints. It is suited to fat people having some liver troubles. Person has lack of feeling for others. It is given when patient has pale and sickly face with sunken cheeks and eyes. It is given when patient has dark circles around eyes. Dosage: Q (mother tincture is very helpful in removing dark circles). 10 drops of rose water mix with 20 drops of mother tincture, should be mixed well and applied gently for 15 days is useful in clearing dark circles. Acetic acid It is given to patient who are very anemic with profound weakness. They are so weak that they suffer from fainting attacks. It is suited to person who have difficulty in breathing with weak heart and profound breathing and sweat. It is suited to person who is pale, anemic and lean with loose muscles fibres. It is good remedy when patient has pale waxy weak face with sunken eyes and dark rings around eyes. Cheeks are hot and red in nature. Dosage: 30, 4 pellets, 2 times a day for 10 days. Natrum muriaticum It is suited to person who have bad effects of grief, fright and anger. Patient is depressed because of disease of longer duration. It is given to a person who does not want consolation and his complaints increase by consolation. Patient is very nervous and irritable, and very anxious over smaller things. It is mainly given to females, who wants to be alone to cry. Patient has tears with laughter. It is given to patient who has oily face which is shiny with earth like complexion. Patient has dominant dark rings around the eyes. The eyelids may show swelling. Patient like salty things. Dosage: 200, 4 pellets, 2 times a day for 10 days.Dr. Rajesh Gupta5 Likes5 Answers
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A 18 years girl with warty growth at forehead for 6 months. chilly pt. always suffering from skin disease after she suffered with chikenpox. craving for salty and Sweets perspiration-profuse, offensive stool-clear urine- clear menses-regular mind- Irritable want company weeps easily please respected doctors share your views in that case.Dr. Debasish Sasmal5 Likes28 Answers
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Friends today I am discussing about serious problem which effects more females than males. Ratio is 8 :1. What is a UTI? A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection from microbes. These are organisms that are too small to be seen without a microscope. Most UTIs are caused by bacteria, but some are caused by fungi and in rare cases by viruses. UTIs are among the most common infections in humans. A UTI can happen anywhere in your urinary tract. Your urinary tract is made up of your kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Most UTIs only involve the urethra and bladder, in the lower tract. However, UTIs can involve the ureters and kidneys, in the upper tract. Although upper tract UTIs are more rare than lower tract UTIs, they’re also usually more severe. UTI symptoms Symptoms of a UTI depend on what part of the urinary tract is infected. Lower tract UTIs affect the urethra and bladder. Symptoms of a lower tract UTI include: burning with urination increased frequency of urination without passing much urine increased urgency of urination bloody urine cloudy urine urine that looks like cola or tea urine that has a strong odor pelvic pain in women rectal pain in men Upper tract UTIs affect the kidneys. These can be potentially life threatening if bacteria move from the infected kidney into the blood. This condition, called urosepsis, can cause dangerously low blood pressure, shock, and death. Symptoms of an upper tract UTI include: pain and tenderness in the upper back and sides chills fever nausea vomiting UTI symptoms in men Symptoms of an upper tract urinary infection in men are similar to those in women. Symptoms of a lower tract urinary infection in men sometimes includes rectal pain in addition to the common symptoms shared by both men and women. UTI symptoms in women Women with a lower tract urinary infection may experience pelvic pain. This is in addition to the other common symptoms. Symptoms of upper tract infections among both men and women are similar. UTI treatment Treatment of UTIs depends on the cause. Your doctor will be able to determine which organism is causing the infection from the test results used to confirm the diagnosis. In most cases, the cause is bacteria. UTIs caused by bacteria are treated with antibiotics. In some cases, viruses or fungi are the causes. Viral UTIs are treated with medications called antivirals. Often, the antiviral cidofovir is the choice to treat viral UTIs. Fungal UTIs are treated with medications called antifungals. Antibiotics for a UTI The form of antibiotic used to treat a bacterial UTI usually depends on what part of the tract is involved. Lower tract UTIs can usually be treated with oral antibiotics. Upper tract UTIs require intravenous antibiotics. These antibiotics are put directly into your veins. Sometimes, bacteria develop resistance to antibiotics. Results from your urine culture can help your doctor select an antibiotic treatment that will work best against the type of bacteria that’s causing your infection. Treatments other than antibiotics for bacterial UTIs are being examined. At some point, UTI treatment without antibiotics may be an option for bacterial UTIs by using cell chemistry to change the interaction between the body and the bacteria. Home remedies for a UTI There are no home remedies that can cure a UTI, but there are some things that you can do to help your medication work better. These home remedies for UTIs may help your body clear the infection faster. Cranberry juice or cranberries don’t treat a UTI once it’s started. However, a chemical in cranberries may help prevent certain types of bacteria that can cause a bacterial UTI from attaching to the lining of your bladder. This may be helpful in preventing future UTIs. UTI diagnosis If you suspect that you have a UTI based on your symptoms, contact your doctor. Your doctor will review your symptoms and perform a physical examination. To confirm a diagnosis of a UTI, your doctor will need to test your urine for microbes. The urine sample that you give your doctor needs to be a “clean catch” sample. This means the urine sample is collected at the middle of your urinary stream, rather than at the beginning. This helps to avoid collecting the bacteria or yeast from your skin, which can contaminate the sample. Your doctor will explain to you how to get a clean catch. When testing the sample, your doctor will look for a large number of white blood cells in your urine. This can indicate an infection. Your doctor will also do a urine culture to test for bacteria or fungi. The culture can help identify the cause of the infection. It can also help your doctor choose which treatment is right for you. If a virus is suspected, special testing may need to be performed. Viruses are rare causes of UTIs but can be seen in people who have had organ transplants or who have other conditions that weaken their immune system. Upper tract UTIs If your doctor suspects that you have an upper tract UTI, they may also need to do a complete blood count (CBC) and blood cultures, in addition to the urine test. A blood culture can make certain that your infection hasn’t spread to your blood stream. Recurrent UTIs If you have recurrent UTIs, your doctor may also want to check for any abnormalities or obstructions in your urinary tract. Some tests for this include: An ultrasound, in which a device called a transducer is passed over your abdomen. The transducer uses ultrasound waves to create an image of your urinary tract organs that are displayed on a monitor. An intravenous pyelogram (IVP), which involves injecting a dye into your body that travels through your urinary tract and taking an X-ray of your abdomen. The dye highlights your urinary tract on the X-ray image. A cystoscopy, which uses a small camera that’s inserted through your urethra and up into your bladder to see inside your bladder. During a cystoscopy, your doctor may remove a small piece of bladder tissue and test it to rule out bladder inflammation or cancer as a cause of your symptoms. A computerized tomography (CT) scan to get more detailed images of your urinary system. Causes and risk factors of a UTI Anything that reduces your bladder emptying or irritates the urinary tract can lead to UTIs. There are also many factors that can put you at an increased risk of a getting a UTI. These factors include: age — older adults are more likely to get UTIs reduced mobility after surgery or prolonged bed rest kidney stones a previous UTI urinary tract obstructions or blockages, such as an enlarged prostate, kidney stones, and certain forms of cancer prolonged use of urinary catheters, which may make it easier for bacteria to get into your bladder diabetes, especially if poorly controlled, which may make it more likely for you to get a UTI pregnancy abnormally developed urinary structures from birth a weakened immune system Additional UTI risk factors for men Most UTI risk factors for men are the same as those for women. However, having an enlarged prostate is one risk factor for a UTI that’s unique to men. In some cases, certain lifestyle changes may help lessen the risk of some of these factors. Shorter urethra The length and location of the urethra in women increases the likelihood of UTIs. The urethra in women is very close to both the vagina and the anus. Bacteria that may naturally occur around both the vagina and anus can lead to infection in the urethra and the rest of the urinary tract. A woman’s urethra is also shorter than a man’s, and the bacteria have a shorter distance to travel to enter the bladder. Sexual intercourse Pressure on the female urinary tract during sexual intercourse can move bacteria from around the anus into the bladder. Most women have bacteria in their urine after intercourse. However, the body can usually get rid of these bacteria within 24 hours. Bowel bacteria may have properties that allow them to stick to the bladder. Spermicides Spermicides may increase UTI risk. They can cause skin irritation in some women. This increases the risk of bacteria entering the bladder. Condom use during sex Non-lubricated latex condoms may increase friction and irritate the skin of women during sexual intercourse. This may increase the risk of a UTI. However, condoms are important for reducing the spread of sexually transmitted infections. To help prevent friction and skin irritation from condoms, be sure to use enough water-based lubricant, and use it often during intercourse. Diaphragms Diaphragms may put pressure on a woman’s urethra. This can decrease bladder emptying. Decrease in estrogen levels After menopause, a decrease in your estrogen level changes the normal bacteria in your vagina. This can increase the risk of a UTI. UTI prevention Everyone can take the following steps to help prevent UTIs: Drink six to eight glasses of water daily. Don’t hold urine for long periods of time. Talk to your doctor about managing any urinary incontinence or difficulties fully emptying your bladder. However, UTIs happen much more frequently in women than in men. The ratio is 8:1. This means that for every eight women who have UTIs, only one man does. Chronic UTIs Most UTIs go away after treatment. Chronic UTIs either don’t go away after treatment or keep recurring. Recurrent UTIs are common among women. Many cases of recurrent UTIs are from reinfection with the same type of bacteria. However, some recurrent cases don’t necessarily involve the same type of bacteria. Instead, an abnormality in the structure of the urinary tract increases the likelihood of UTIs. UTIs during pregnancy Women who are pregnant and have symptoms of a UTI should see their doctor right away. UTIs during pregnancy can cause high blood pressure and premature delivery. UTIs during pregnancy are also more likely to spread to the kidneys. For cure from ur problem visit Kamla Clinic Pathankot. Or write via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or book ur appointment by call or whatsapp @ 9463311100. Homoeopathic treatment for urinary tract infection Primary Remedies Cantharis Strong urging to urinate-with cutting pains that are felt before the urine passes, as well as during and after-may indicate a need for this remedy. Only several drops pass at a time, with a scalding sensation. The person may feel as if the bladder has not been emptied, still feeling a constant urge to urinate. Nux vomica Irritable bladder with a constant need to urinate, passing only small amounts, suggests a need for this remedy. Burning or cramping pain may be felt in the bladder area, with an itching sensation in the urethra while the urine passes. The person may feel very irritable, impatient, and chilly. Symptoms may be relieved by hot baths or other forms of warmth. Sarsaparilla This remedy is often useful in cystitis and often helps when symptoms are unclear, or if other remedies have not been effective. Frequent urging is felt, with burning pain at the end of urination. Urine passes when the person is standing up, but only dribbling occurs while sitting. Flakes or sediment are sometimes seen in the urine. (Sarsaparilla is sometimes helpful when stones are forming or the kidneys are involved; however, these conditions need a doctor's care.)Dr. Rajesh Gupta14 Likes24 Answers
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A 28 year old unmarried female presented with the Head lice. She tells its present since a long time and cannot get ride of it in anyway. Patient seems irritable due to continuous itching from the lice. Its present only on scalp. No problem of dandruff. personal Hygiene is good. What can we suggest to this patient?Dr. Manisha Gandhi4 Likes20 Answers