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Migraine is a chronic type of headache that occurs in episodes and is characterized by a violent throbbing pain, usually felt on one side of the head and is usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting and intolerance to light. More than 15% of the entire world's population is afflicted with migraine, and it is more common in women. Migraines are varied in causation and are among the most devious diseases to treat what with people being continuously exposed to triggers of a migraine. Homeopathy Treatment helps to reduce this unnecessary sensitivity and make the constitution more resistant to these common assaults. The homeopathy medicines for migraine or headache help to correct the internal pathophysiology of the disease to give a more lasting improvement and relief.
A peptic ulcer is a breach or sore present in the innermost lining of the stomach or the first part of the small intestine called duodenum. About 10-15% of the global population currently suffers from this condition, with duodenal ulcers being more commonly seen than stomach ulcers.
Psoriasis is a chronic, recurrent, auto immune disease and non-contagious inflammation of skin. Normal skin takes 28-30 days to produce new skin. To shed the old skin due to inflammation, the process of skin formation multiplies within 3-4 days itself. As old skin can't be shed fast, it causes dead skin cells to pile up on top of each other forming thick red itchy flaky patches know as plaque. Distribution is mostly on extensor surfaces i.e. on knees, elbows, buttocks; it may also involve palms and scalp. Psoriasis gets better and worse spontaneously and can have periodic remissions (clear skin).
Asthma is defined as a chronic inflammatory disease of airways characterized by increased sensitivity of the respiratory system to a variety of stimuli. There is wide spread narrowing of the air passages with outbursts of difficulty in breathing, cough, and wheezing. There are acute episodes mixed with symptom-free periods. Clinically the patient seems to recover completely after an attack.However, few times, the patient experiences some degree of airway obstruction daily. In unusual circumstances, acute episodes can cause death. Bronchial asthma occurs at all ages but predominantly in early life.
There are few factors that can initiate, sustain or aggravatechronic pain. Many a times, the patient suffers from a characteristically painful disease which is difficult to completely cure, like cancer, arthritis, migraine, fibromyalgia, etc. Second, there may be auxiliary perpetuatingfactors that are starts with the disease and remain even after that diseasehas resolved. Finally, a varietyof psychological conditions can worsen or even cause pain. Other clues that can lead to a conclusion that a significant emotional disturbance is the reason behind a patientâ€™s chronic pain include: pain occurring in multiple unrelated sites; pain beginning at a time of emotional trauma, such as the loss of a parent or spouse; a past or present history of physical or sexual or drug abuse. On examination, the doctor should observe whether the patient guards the painful area and restricts certain movements or postures due to pain. Painful areas should be examined for deep tenderness, noting if it originates from muscle, ligaments, or joints. A neuropathic component to the pain is indicated by evidence of nerve damage, such as sensory impairment, exquisitely sensitive skin, weakness and muscle atrophy, or loss of reflexes. A guiding principle in assessing patients with chronic pain is to evaluate both emotional and organic factors before starting treatment. Tending to these issues of emotional and organic factors together rather than waiting to address them one after the other improves the outcome of cure. For instance, a cancer patient with bone metastases may have pain as well as may also be depressed. Optimal therapy necessitates that each of these factors be evlautedfor and treated.
PCOS is a condition in which the ovaries show the presence of cysts that are balloon-shaped. The cause lies in a discrepancy in the delicate balance of hormones. Apart from menstrual problems, females suffering from PCOS often complain of excess hair growth on the body and weight gain. Consult Us
The most affected site of digestive tract is the lower esophageal sphincter; it is a muscular ring (sphincter) connecting the esophagus with stomach. The main function of the sphincter is to prevent food from moving out of the stomach and back into esophagus. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease ([GERD]/ heartburn) is very often used word to describe many digestive problems. Stomach acids reflux (or back up) from stomach into esophagus causes harsh, burning sensation in the area in between ribs or just below neck and may radiate through the chest and into neck and throat. Reflux often occurs if the muscle where the esophagus meets the stomach doesn't close tight enough. A hiatal hernia aggravates GERD symptoms worse. It occurs when the stomach bulges through this opening into the chest.
It is also called as FISSURE IN ANO. An anal fissure is a small rip, tear or crack, in the lining of anal canal, a tear or cut in the anus extending to anal canal. Anal fissure are usually less than one centimeter, but anus is very sensitive part of body because of which pain in this area can be very severe, even with small rip or tear. What are the symptoms of Anal Fissure? 1) Pain: Pain is sharp while passing the stool followed by a longer deep burning sensation. Patient may avoid going to toilet, which may lead to increasing their risk of constipation. Patient delays going to bathroom resulting in making pain and tear the worst because stool will be harder and larger. Some patients also experience sharp pain while cleaning themselves with toilet paper. 2) Blood: Bright red blood because it is fresh bleeding on stool. Anal fissure in infants usually bleeds. 3) Itching: Itching in anal region is due to disturbance in mucosal lining of anus caused by tear. The sensation may be persistent or intermittent. 4) Dysuria: Patient may complaint of discomfort while urinating which is less common.
Hemorrhoids are blood vessels located in the lower part of the rectum and around the anus which have become enlarged and swollen. Hemorrhoids very commonly occur in both men and women. Approximately, half the population is known to have hemorrhoids by age 50, and usually caused by increased pressure within the lower abdomen.
Acne is a disease of hair follicles predominantly of face, chest and back that affects teenagers mostly during puberty. Appearance of Acne Comedones-Occluded pores-black heads or white heads Pimples-Tender red bumps Pustules-Bumps which contains pus Cyst's-Boils, pimples
Dialysis is the procedure adopted to cleanse the body of waste and excess water from the body when the kidneys are unable to perform adequately for survival. It is usually adopted by many conventional practitioners in cases of Chronic Kidney Disease or Chronic Renal Failure. The most glaring problem in this is that it is an artificial and temporary replacement for a kidney. And an artificial replacement, is, after all, artificial. The results may be seen, but only for a short time, only for the person to return again for another session. Continuous dialysis also reduces the existing functions of the kidneys, and they finally shut down after few years. It is an extremely dependent process, and it is very difficult to wean a person off dialysis without the right treatment. Here is where Homeopathy helps!
Bronchitis is an inflammatory condition wherein the mucosal lining present within the bronchi or airways gets irritated and swollen giving rise to cough and breathlessness. It is most frequently seen in young children whose immunity is still not well-developed, although even adults cannot escape this disease.
Cold and cough are the most frequently reported symptoms to a doctor, especially when it comes to children. The conditions are so common that most don't even bother going to a doctor and consider this as part and parcel of their lives! But the reason is simple- lowered resistance. Children especially have an underdeveloped immunity system, that is defective as far as resistance to common offending viruses are concerned. That is why they tend to fall prey to colds very easily. The problem comes when the immunity is still weak even as the child grows into an adolescent and then adult.
COPD is the acronym for the condition Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and is a spectrum or range of conditions that exhibit the predominant complaints of cough and breathlessness. Whereas in Asthma, the problem was in the airways of the lungs, in COPD, the issue goes deeper. Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema are the most known forms of the condition. The airways within the lungs form an intricate network and they become smaller the deeper they go. Every tiny airway ends in a bag-like structure called alveolus that is the centre of exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide. By inflating and deflating, the alveoli are able to maintain oxygen levels in the lungs and blood. In COPD, these alveoli become defective and lose their flexibility resulting in incomplete functioning.
Eczema has a recognizable pattern as seen in a number of skin diseases. Primary lesions may include papules, red macules, and vesicles, which can unite to form patches and plaques. In severe eczema, secondary lesions from infection or excoriation, marked by weeping and crusting, may predominate. Long-standing dermatitis is often dry and is characterized by thick scaly skin (lichenification). Atopic dermatitis is a common causes of eczema, and is more prevalent in those with asthma and hay fever. It usually starts in childhood, and often gets milder or goes away by adulthood. It begins as red, raised tiny blisters containing fluid with red, elevated plaques. When the blisters break, the skin starts to discharge and ooze. In chronic eczema, the blisters are less but the skin becomes thick and scaly. Eczema almost always is very itchy.
Pneumonia is a disease that leads to infection and inflammatory changes within the affected lung. It affects nearly 7% of the entire world is population every year and India has the unfortunate recognition of being among the leading countries with incidence of Pneumonia.
Dental caries start asymptomatically with the destruction of the hard surface ofthe tooth. Streptococcus mutans, essentially, along with other microorganismscolonize the naturallybuffering film on the tooth surface to produceplaque. If not expelled by brushing or the normalcleaning action ofsaliva, bacterial acids demineralize the enamel.Fissures and pits are the most frequent sitesof decay.Over a period of time, dental caries spread to the underlying dentin, leadingto cavities and ultimately infiltration to the tooth pulp, thus producing acute pulpitis. At this early stage when the pulp infectionis constrained, the tooth becomes sensitive to hot or cold, and pain resolves immediately when the annoying stimulus is removed.
Anemia is a condition that develops when the blood in the body lacks enough red blood cells or hemoglobin (part of red blood cells that binds oxygen). Anemia can happen if: 1) Body doesn't make enough red blood cells 2) Bleeding causes to lose red blood cells more quickly than they can be replaced 3) Body destroys red blood cells Investigations like the red blood cell count, the hematocrit, and the hemoglobin are relevant to an anemia diagnosis.
ADHD is an extremely common behavioural disorder seen in many children today. It is a condition of the neurodevelopmental type wherein the patient shows symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity in various combinations and degrees. What are the symptoms of ADHD? ADHD is of 3 types, Predominantly Inattentive, Predominantly Hyperactive and Combined, demarcating the difference in the symptoms manifestations of the condition: 1) Inattention: Parents will often notice that the child gets easily distracted, cannot concentrate, keeps losing things, cannot follow simple instructions and makes silly mistakes. 2) Hyperactivity: Child cannot sit in one place, gets bored of performing any task very easily, in unable to complete the given task, talks too much and hands and legs are in a constant state of activity. 3) Impulsivity: The child is extremely impatient, interrupts when other people are talking and act before they think.
Alopecia is also called as hair fall. During the normal process of hair cycling hair follicles is replaced at different rates. The growth is alternates between phases of activity and rest. The growth period called anagen phases for two to six years. Follicle is long and deep producing thick well pigmented hair. Anagen phase covers nearly 90% of scalp hair. Followed by brief transition phase known as acatagen phase lasting for one to two weeks during this time base of follicle gets shrivelled. Atelogen phase is resting phase of hair cycle they clubbed or bulbous tip and last for several months (three month) before falling /shedding out. In this phase, shrunken follicle retains hair fiber. Following Telogen phase, next comes Anagen phase; in which old hair falls out to make room for new hair to being growing in its place or same place. Hair loss is usually caused or precipitated during or by stress, pregnancy, heredity, lack of protein, anemia, thyroid disorder and aging. Androgenetic alopecia is a non-reversible genetically determined hair loss, that leads to the progressive miniaturization of the hair follicle. When all hair in the tuft gone a bald scalp start appearing between hairs.
Anxiety neurosis is a mental illness which is relatively mild in form and characterized by extreme agitation distress which mainly occurs without any obvious cause. Anxiety is normal in many situations, sometimes anxiety can be helpful also like for dealing with threatening situation, study harder for an exam or perform better in sports. Anxiety is not necessarily harmful and may last for short period of time. But when it becomes persistent and interferes with the ability to cope and disrupts daily life routine, then person may have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are more common in all mental conditions and more common in women. Types: Panic disorder- Mainly sudden anxiety that occurs without warning. Agoraphobia- avoiding specific situations, such as crowded places or public places, from which they cannot easily escape. Social phobia or social anxiety- Embarrassed in social situations, constant fear of being judged. Specific phobias- there is intense fear reactions of specific objects or situations such as fear of flying, height or spiders. Generalized anxiety disorder- person feels anxious most of the time.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disorder that can affect not only joints, but also other organs, including the skin, eyes, lungs, heart and blood vessels. Rheumatoid arthritis affects the lining of joints (synovium), causing a painful swelling that can eventually result in bone erosion and joint deformity. The resulting inflammation thickens the synovium, can eventually destroy the cartilage and bone within the joint. The tendons and ligaments that hold the joint together to continue to get weaken and stretched. Thus, gradually the joint loses its shape and alignment. If inflammation increases, there can be loss of cartilage, and the joint spaces become smaller. Joint deformity also can occur.
Enuresis (bedwetting) is an involuntary passage of urine caused by variety of factors. It can occur either during the day or at night (though some restrict the term to bedwetting that occurs at night). It is commonly known as bed-wetting. Nocturnal enuresis, or bed-wetting at night, is the most common type. Daytime wetting is called diurnal enuresis.Mixed enuresis is a combination of nocturnal and diurnal type, wherein urine is passed during both waking and sleeping hours. Types: Bed wetting is classified in two types 1)Primary Enuresis: Bed wetting is sincechildhood 2)Secondary Enuresis: Bed wetting in children who have been trained to be continually dry for about minimumsix months, but revert to wetting again Primary Enuresis Primary enuresis is mainly because of delay in maturation of the nervous system.At the age of five years normally children develop good control over bladder. Approximately 16-17% of children wet the bed once a month and male are twice likely as compared to females.
Cervical Spondylitis is a common, age-linked, degenerative condition that affects the cervical (neck) spine from (wear and tear) of the cervical vertebrae and the intervertebral disc. Many times, the edges of the vertebrae often develop bone overgrowths (spurs, osteophytes). Over time, the intervertebral discs get shrills, and their ability to absorb shock is lost, increasing the degeneration process. Meanwhile, the term spondylosis can refer to compression of nerves in the spinal column, causing severe and chronic pain in the back and extremities. It is worthwhile to note that the majority of individuals over 40 years of age demonstrate such significant radiological changes, however only a small percentage would develop symptoms suggestive of cervical spondylitis. The cervical spondylitis calls for treatment only if the patient is symptomatic.
Conjunctivitis, an inflammation or swelling of the conjunctiva, is also called as pink eye and is very common among children. It is highly contagious and can easily spread in schools and at home, and may affect either one eye or both eyes. Rarely, it can become a serious problem. Usually, it is either due to a viral infection, a bacterial infection, or allergic reactions (to pollen, smoke, dust, chlorine in swimming pools, cosmetic products, contact lenses etc). The signs and symptoms of conjunctivitis includes- itching or burning sensation in one or both eyes, excessive tears or watering, swollen eyelids, pink discoloration in eyes, and or increased sensitivity to light. Conjunctivitis is diagnosed by a comprehensive examination of the eye and patient history. The examination of the eye includes visual acuity measurement, evaluation of the conjunctiva and external eye.
Dandruff could be a consequence of dry scalp or even a skin disorder known as seborrheic dermatitis. They can be caused by psoriasis, eczema or generally the growth of fungus called malassezia. Your pharmaceutical remedies may have chemicals that could have adverse effects. We suggest you go for natural remedies for dandruff. There are also homeopathic treatment for dandruff that are excellent at curing the condition! With that, here are some of our natural tips! Homeopathic medicines are quite effective for Dandruff treatment as they are completely natural and side-effect free.Homeopathic treatment for dandruff works by finding the root cause of indiscriminate multiplication of the cells of the scalp which led to dandruff and also by altering the activity of the scalp tissue. Homeopathic medicines heal the underlying immunological parameters and act as immune-modulators while treating a patient for dandruff. Homeopathy offers permanent cure for Dandruff. So, once the patient is cured, the symptoms won't return and the patient can remain disease free and medicine free for life. Some homeopathic medicines which cure dandruff : 1) Thuja occidentalis 2) Natrum muriaticum 3) Kali sulphuricum 4) Graphites 5) Phosphorus These medicines have been known to cure dandruff but it is always advisable to consume homeopathic medicines only after prior consultation with an experienced homeopathic doctor. While you can choose to avoid dandruff with above mentioned natural remedies, if you are already suffering from the problem, the best thing to do for dandruff is to go for a homeopathic consultation and keep dandruff out of your head!
Diabetes is a disease where the body cannot produce insulin or cannot be used effectively as per requirement. The hormone called insulin is responsible for helping the cells take in sugar to use for energy. When this gets disturbed, the levels of sugar in the blood can become too high. Prolonged high sugar levels in the blood can cause severe problems like heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye problems, nerve damage, foot problems etc. Types of Insulin and How They Work Insulin type How fast it starts to work (onset) When it peaks How long it lasts (duration) Rapid-acting About 15 minutes after injection 1 hour 2 to 4 hours Short-acting, also called regular Within 30 min after injection 2 to 3 hours 3 to 6 hours Intermediate-acting 2 to 4 hours after injection 4 to 12 hours 12 to 18 hours Long-acting Several hours after injection Does not peak 24 hours; some last longerThere are some oral anti-hypoglycemic agents used like metformin, canagliflozin, glimepiride, glipizide, glyburide, linagliptins, glitazones, etc. and they all have different mechanism of actions.
Depression is a mental health condition which is marked by an overwhelming feeling of isolation with predominent sadness and despair that affects how a person thinks, feels and functions.Condition may interfere significantly with daily life and may prompt thoughts of suicide, depression is not like sadness, loneliness or grief which is caused by challenging life experience for example death of lovesones. Depression is more common in females than males and it can affect all ages, races and sociology economic classes.
Dysfunction uterine bleeding (DUB) also called as abnormal uterine bleeding.DUB is irregular uterine bleeding that occurs in the absence of medical or pathological illness. Disruption in the normal cyclical pattern of ovulatory hormonal stimulation of endometrial lining and unpredictable bleeding for example heavy, light, prolonged, frequent or random which occurs mainly because of anovulatory menstrual cycles.
It is a break in the continuity of bone. This broken bone can be partial or complete. Fractures are very common .They can be simple or compound. 1) When there is a simple crack and there is no dislocation of the bone -it is a simple fracture 2) When the ends of a bone tear your skin it is called open or compound fracture The most common causes of fracture is a bad fall or accidents. The stronger the bone lesser the injury . Most common in children or old people. Many times the fracture can be a result of osteopororsis, bone infections or humours. Fractures can also be due to repetitive injury to bones as in professional sportsperson or heavy weight lifters. The most important symtoms of fracture is excruciating pain, swelling of skin, deformity depending on grade of fracture, restriction of movement, occasionally bleeding, distortion . With large joints or skull fractures there can signs of shock, dizziness, nausea, cold clammy skin or unconsciousness.
Gas and stools are a normal output of the foods one eats. The usual process of ventilation of gas is either through the mouth (burping) or through the anus (flatulence). People fart about 20 times a day, which is quite normal and common, however sometimes it can also be painful and embarrassing. Gas happens when one swallows air or when the bacteria in the large intestine help digest the food. When the undigested food moves from the small intestine to the large intestine. the bacteria works on it making hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and methane, which then leave body through flatulence. In addition to burping and flatulence, one may also feel bloated and have pain in belly. That pain rarely can also be mistaken for a heart attack or appendicitis. Many other times, all these symptoms can also be a sign of associated disease like ulcers or gastroesophageal reflux disease, irritable bowel syndrome, colon cancer, Crohn's disease, or hernia. Sometimes, it purely depends on the individual constitution and make-up of the body, as not everyone will get gas from the same foods. Hence, many people get gas by eating carbohydrate, found in foods like beans, dairy products, whole-grain foods, potatoes, soft drinks, fruit drinks, fermented products etc. The best way to prevent gases then is to consume such foods less. Daily, meaningful, and simple changes in eating habits can help to cure and prevent flatulence. Eating foods containing prebiotics and probiotics may be useful additions to your diet. A healthy balanced diet high in fibre can aid efficient digestion and, as a result, reduce flatulence. Eat meals slowly and chew each mouthful thoroughly. Drink soothing herbal teas, such as peppermint, ginger or chamomile. Homeopathic medicines for flatulence are made from natural substances and free from any side effects, and can provide complete recovery, while ensuring there is no recurrence.
Herpes or Herpes simplex is a skin disease caused by the herpes simplex virus. It can cause both, oral herpes and genital herpes. There are 2 strains of the virus, HSV 1 and HSV 2. HSV 1 causes oral herpes while HSV 2 causes genital herpes. What differentiates Homeopathy from other modes of treatment is that homeopathic medicines do not cause any form of suppression of the eruptions. The medicines work in such a way that the body heals itself from the inside and throws the infection out of the body. The most essential advantage is that the condition does not recur and the virus is gone for good.
Hypertension is the medical terminology for high blood pressure, in which the long-term force of the blood against the artery walls when high enough can lead to heart attack or stroke.The more the blood heart pumps and the narrower the arteries, the higher the blood pressure According to world health organization (WHO) criteria, hypertension is diagnosed when there is: Repeated higher blood pressure readings OR Sustained/persistent BP is termed as hypertension 3 high blood pressure readings on 2 consecutive health care visits Sustained systolic BP= >140mmHg Sustained diastolic BP= >90mmHg is considered to constitute Hypertension
Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland secretes an excessive amount of thyroid hormones. The thyroid gland produces tetraiodothyronine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3), and regulates metabolism through the release of these hormones. Hyperthyroidism occurs when the thyroid makes too much T4, T3, or both. An excess of thyroid hormones has widespread consequences on the whole body. Grave's Disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the antibodies produced by the immune system against its own tissue and attack the thyroid gland, resulting in excessive production of thyroid hormones.
Certain individuals visit a doctor complaining of abdominal discomfort, bloating and frequent changes in digestive habits. They may complain of loose stools, constipation, or both occurring in an alternate manner. Investigative tests reveal no abnormalities or pathologies. In such a case, a diagnosis of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is put forward. The name itself suggests an irritated bowel.This means that there are certain factors that can functionally irritate the intestines into behaving abnormally although there is no real pathological change. Some factors are: Emotional stress:Stress is responsible for an initial increase in the functions of the body, including the digestive system. Excess excitation of the intestines results in changes in bowel habits and gives rise to the symptoms of IBS. That is why it is commonly seen in people suffering from Anxiety or Depression. Digestive infections:Certain infections can serve as a base to irritate the intestines in such a way that even after they are cleared, the irritation persists. Genetics:IBS has been seen in some studies to be passed on from generation to generation.
First aid is the immediate care given to victims before doctors arrive. Its goal is to minimize, stop and if possible reverse harm. It involves fast and simple measures such as clearing the air passageway, applying pressure to bleeding wounds or dousing chemical burns to eyes or skin, and giving preliminary first-aid medication. Appropriate first-aid medication helps in reducing the severity of the disease or event, and also many times helps in saving life in a life-threatening event. The basic principle of homeopathic medicine is that a substance which can cause symptoms in a healthy person, can in non-toxic micro doses, stimulate cure in a diseased person suffering from similar symptoms (like cures like). Hence, with this principle, the homeopathic medicines stimulate the vital force, and also stimulate the body to heal itself.
Insomnia means inability to sleep or difficulty in falling or staying asleep. It is characterized by having trouble going back to sleep once awake or waking up often during the night time. Insomnia or sleeplessness is typically followed by daytime sleepiness, irritability, low energy and depressed mood. Types: Acute insomnia- It is mainly a brief episode of difficulty sleeping. Acute insomnia occurs because of life events, such as received bad news or travel or stressful changes in persons job. Normally it gets resolved without any treatment. Chronic insomnia- Long term pattern of difficulty sleeping insomnia is chronic only when a person has trouble falling asleep or staying asleep at least three nights per week for three months or longer. Some time they have long standing history of standing history of difficulty sleeping. Comorbid insomnia- Insomnia that is associated or occurs with another condition such as anxiety and depression are associated with change in sleep. Medical condition like backache and arthritis which may make person hard to sleep because of pain. Onset insomnia- Mainly there is difficulty falling asleep at the start or beginning of the night. Maintenance insomnia- Inability to stay asleep person wakes up at night and have difficulty returning back to sleep.
Kidney stones are solid, pebble-like piece of material that can form in one or both of kidneys when there are high levels of certain minerals are present in the urine. Majority of the times, they contain calcium oxalate but may also have other compounds. Many times, the stones may be small and pass unnoticed through the urinary tract, but rarely they can also grow to the size of a golf ball and cause extreme pain and may be difficult to pass and cause various other symptoms. These symptoms include severe pain in the groin and/or side, blood in urine, vomiting and nausea, white blood cells or pus in the urine, reduced amount of urine excreted, burning sensation while urinating, constant urge to urinate, fever and chills in case of an infection. Kidney stones that remain inside the body can also lead to many complications, including blockage of the tube connecting the kidney to the bladder, which obstructs the path that urine uses to leave the body. Stones frequently occur in people who drink less than the recommended 8 to 10 glasses of water per day. When there is not enough water to dilute the uric acid, a component of urine, the urine becomes more acidic, that leads to the formation of kidney stones. Kidney stones are more common in males than females, and between the ages of 30 and 50 years. Certain medications and long-term use of Vitamin D and calcium supplements cause high calcium levels, which can contribute to kidney stones. Other risk factors include diets that are high in protein and sodium but low in calcium, a sedentary lifestyle, obesity, high blood pressure, and conditions that affect how calcium is absorbed in the body such as gastric bypass surgery, inflammatory bowel disease, and chronic diarrhea.
The liver is the largest organ inside the body that helps the body digest food, store energy, and remove toxins Causes InfectionVarious parasites and viruses can cause liver infection and inflammation that can reduces liver functions. The viruses can spread through blood or body fluids, or contaminated food or water, or close contact with an infected person. Hepatitis A, B, and C are the most common types of liver infection caused by hepatitis virus Immune system abnormality Diseases in which body's immune system attacks certain parts of body (autoimmune) include Hemochromatosis Hyperoxaluria and oxalosis Wilson's disease Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency Genetics An abnormal inherited gene can cause substances to build up in liver, resulting in liver damage, and include: Autoimmune hepatitis Primary biliary cirrhosis Primary sclerosing cholangitis
Hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol) is one of the major risk factors of heart disease. It leads to fatty deposits in the blood vessels, eventually making it difficult for the blood to flow through the arteries. This leads to less oxygen reaching the heart and the brain. High cholesterol cause can be heredity but it can also be due to the result of unhealthy lifestyle choices. A healthy diet, regular exercise and sometimes medication can go a long way toward reducing high cholesterol.
Apthous ulcer, also known as canker sore, are small and shallow lesions that develop in the mouth or at the base of the gums. They can be painful and can make talking and eating difficult. They can be small, oval shaped with red edges or large and deeper with irregular edges and extremely painful. Most canker sores go away on their own in a week or two. However, if they donÃ¢Â€Â™t heal, are large, recurring, painful with fever, then one should visit the doctor. The possible triggers for the development of apthous ulcers may be a minor injury because of some dental work, overzealous brushing, injury, toothpastes and mouth rinses containing sodium lauryl sulfate, a diet lacking in vitamin B- 12, zinc, folate (folic acid) or iron, hormonal shifts, stress, or as a result of few diseases like celiac disease, inflammatory bowel diseases, such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, Behcet's disease, HIV/AIDS, which suppresses the immune system. Diagnosis is done from case history and physical examination. Various treatment options like mouth rinses, topical creams, oral steroid medications, nutritional supplements can be given. Various dietary and lifestyle choice may help in reducing the severity and frequency of developing ulcers and also for preventing. They are eating healthy foods to help prevent nutritional deficiencies, follow good oral hygiene habits, remove sharp edges of teeth or braces, reduce the stress. Recurring mouth ulcers can be effectively treated by homeopathy. Commonly used homoeopathic remedies for aphthous ulcers are Borax, Sulphuricum acidum, Kali muritacum, Mercurius solibilis, Arsenicum album.
Menopause is the process or a milestone wherein the menstrual cycles permanently stop, usually is said to be achieved after the woman has missed menses for 12 consecutive months. It marks the permanent end of fertility and the average age of menopause is 50 years. This menstrual cycles permanently cease due to the natural depletion of ovarian oocytes from aging. Reduction in the levels of hormone estrogen leads to the symptoms of menopause. This is the time wherein a woman gets affected a lot due to hormonal disturbances. They may suffer from
Osteoarthritis is a chronic joint disorder that causes the wear and tear of cartilage and bone to overgrow and is most common among all other joint diseases. Most common age which affects is before age of 45 years and in females 55 years (mainly because of menopause). Most affected areas are hand, feet, spine and large weight bearing joints example hip and knee.
Snoring is very common and almost half the population have snoring. Snoring can disrupt not only your sleep but also of your partner. But besides being annoying, it may indicate a serious health condition, including: obstructive sleep apnea (blocked airways) obesity a structural problem of your mouth, nose, or throat sleep deprivation.
Urticaria (hives) are transient lesions that are slightly elevated round or oval papules or plaques (wheals), red and that are often attended by severe itching. The itching may be mild to severe. Most cases of urticaria are self-limited and of short duration; the eruption rarely lasts more than several days, it but may be recurrent over weeks. Chronic urticaria is with recurrent episodes lasting longer than 6 weeks. Etiology Urticaria have a wide variety of allergic etiologies, and can be due to a host of other factors mentioned below: food (especially peanuts, eggs, nuts and shellfish) pet pollen medications aspirin, ibuprofen, antibiotics (penicillin and sulfa) insect stings or bites. physical stimulus such as cold, heat, sun exposure, exercise, pressure. blood transfusions bacterial infections, including urinary tract infections and strep throat, viral infections, including the common cold, infectious mononucleosis and hepatitis associated with diseases juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA), lupus erythematosus, Sjogren's syndrome, or hereditary complement deficiency idiopathic (unknown cause)
Vitiligo or Leucoderma (hypopigmentation) is a disease in which pigmentation of skin is destroyed in certain areas. Normally the cell called as Melanocytes produce melanin, which gives color to the skin. In vitiligo, melanocytes within the skin die off, giving rise to white patches. Depigmentation or white patches of skin can be seen in any area of body. These patches are non -contagious in nature, and can occur at any age.