Belching

Saturday, February 26, 2011



 
Description of Belching
Self Care Questions To Ask Your Doctor About Belching
Description of Belching
Everyone belches or burps at one time or another to relieve gas buildup in the stomach.
It may often be embarrassing, but for the vast majority of people, occasional belchinis not a problem that needs medical attention.
Belching (eructation) is triggered in two ways. First, too much gas is produced in the stomach by eating such foods as bran, raw fruit, vegetables, or by drinking gaseous liquids such as beer, soda, or seltzer. Even apple, grape, and prune juice can lead to belching.
The second cause is swallowing too much air, a condition known as aerophagia in chronic cases. Strange as it may seem, it does not take much effort to swallow air. Gulping one's food, drinking too fast, or talking while eating brings in excessive amounts of air, which can build up in the gastrointestinal tract. Chewing gum, sucking on candy, smoking a pipe or cigarettes, or chewing on a cigar also greatly increase air intake and, with it, belching. Aerophagia occurs normally in small amounts while eating and drinking, but some people unconsciously swallow repeated boluses of air at other times, especially when anxious.
Most swallowed air is subsequently eructated (belched); only a small amount passes into the small bowel, the quantity apparently being influenced by posture. The esophagus empties into the posterior aspect of the stomach. When the person is upright, air rises above the liquid contents of the stomach, comes into contact with the gastroesophageal junction, and is readily belched. When the person is supine (lying on his or her back), air trapped below the fluid tends to be propelled into the duodenum (part of the small intestine).
Excessive salivation may also lead to increased air swallowing and may be associated with various digestive disorders (e.g. peptic ulcer), ill-fitting dentures, or with nausea of any etiology. Belching may be associated with the use of antacids such as baking soda. Attributing the relief of ulcer symptoms to belching rather than antacids, the person continues to belch to relieve distress. 
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Belching
  
Description of Belching
Everyone belches or burps at one time or another to relieve gas buildup in the stomach.
It may often be embarrassing, but for the vast majority of people, occasional 
Belching is not a problem that needs medical attention.
Belching (eructation) is triggered in two ways. First, too much gas is produced in the stomach by eating such foods as bran, raw fruit, vegetables, or by drinking gaseous liquids such as beer, soda, or seltzer. Even apple, grape, and prune juice can lead to belching.
The second cause is swallowing too much air, a condition known as aerophagia in chronic cases. Strange as it may seem, it does not take much effort to swallow air. Gulping one's food, drinking too fast, or talking while eating brings in excessive amounts of air, which can build up in the gastrointestinal tract. Chewing gum, sucking on candy, smoking a pipe or cigarettes, or chewing on a cigar also greatly increase air intake and, with it, belching. Aerophagia occurs normally in small amounts while eating and drinking, but some people unconsciously swallow repeated boluses of air at other times, especially when anxious.
Most swallowed air is subsequently eructated (belched); only a small amount passes into the small bowel, the quantity apparently being influenced by posture. The esophagus empties into the posterior aspect of the stomach. When the person is upright, air rises above the liquid contents of the stomach, comes into contact with the gastroesophageal junction, and is readily belched. When the person is supine (lying on his or her back), air trapped below the fluid tends to be propelled into the duodenum (part of the small intestine).
Excessive salivation may also lead to increased air swallowing and may be associated with various digestive disorders (e.g. peptic ulcer), ill-fitting dentures, or with nausea of any etiology. Belching may be associated with the use of antacids such as baking soda. Attributing the relief of ulcer symptoms to belching rather than antacids, the person continues to belch to relieve distress.
 


Self Care
Belching, bloating, and distention are difficult to relieve, since most complaints are due to either unconscious aerophagia or to exaggerated sensitivity to normal amounts of gas. An attempt must be made to reduce aerophagia.
Since aerophagia may be due to excessive salivation, it is important to avoid habits like excessive gum chewing or smoking and to treat digestive diseases (e.g., peptic ulcer) that may cause hypersalivation as well as disorders that may cause nausea and reflex salivation.
It is important to chew food and to eat food slowly. Do not drink through a straw. When belching is associated with use of carbonated beverages or antacids, these should be avoided.
When aerophagia is troublesome, clamping a pencil or other object between the teeth may decrease the amount of involuntary or habit swallowing and break the cycle of aerophagia-discomfort-belch-relief.
In some cases, belching is directly related to lactose intolerance, which is the inability to break down certain sugars found in milk and milk products. A common complaint from people who are diagnosed with lactose intolerance is feeling bloated and gassy.
If belching regularly occurs after drinking milk or eating a milk-based product, a simple lactose intolerance test will confirm if one is missing the enzyme lactase. There are few well-controlled studies that demonstrate clear-cut benefit from any drug. However, simethicone and agents that break up small gas bubbles may be helpful for certain patients.
Questions To Ask Your Doctor About Belching
What is causing the belching?


Is it diet-related?


Is lactose intolerance associated with this condition?


Should the eating habits be modified to minimize discomfort?


Are excessive amounts of air being swallowed?


How can excessive intake of air be avoided?


Do you recommend any medications?


What are the side-effects?
Homeopathytreatment is lelow now
Chamomilla
Chamomilla is a chief remedy suited especially to baby's colic and teething troubles. The baby has very irritable temperament. Quiet only when carried. The baby is very irritable, cross, uncivil. Child cannot bear any one near him and cannot bear to be spoken to. Child may suffer from diarrhoea during dentition which is greenish, hot, very offensive like rotten eggs. Chamomilla is useful in toothache caused by taking anything warm, on entering a warm room, taking coffee and also during menses or pregnancy. Toothache relieved in wet weather. Chamomilla also helps in earache in teething children. Also convulsions of children from nursing after a fit of anger in the mother.

Chamomilla is also indicated in acidity, belchings, dyspepsia, cramps etc caused due to anger. It also helps in rheumatism and menstrual cramps. There is violent rheumatic pains which drives the patient out of bed at night, compels the patient to walk about. Oversensitiveness to pain. Pain and numbness of joints worse from heat and better in warm wet weather. Chamomilla is also useful in sciatic pain with numbness of the affected part with burning soles. During menstrual cramps there is unbearable, spasmodic, tearing pain down the legs and pressing upwards. 
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Description of Belching
Self Care Questions To Ask Your Doctor About Belching
Description of Belching
Everyone belches or burps at one time or another to relieve gas buildup in the stomach.
It may often be embarrassing, but for the vast majority of people, occasional belchinis not a problem that needs medical attention.
Belching (eructation) is triggered in two ways. First, too much gas is produced in the stomach by eating such foods as bran, raw fruit, vegetables, or by drinking gaseous liquids such as beer, soda, or seltzer. Even apple, grape, and prune juice can lead to belching.
The second cause is swallowing too much air, a condition known as aerophagia in chronic cases. Strange as it may seem, it does not take much effort to swallow air. Gulping one's food, drinking too fast, or talking while eating brings in excessive amounts of air, which can build up in the gastrointestinal tract. Chewing gum, sucking on candy, smoking a pipe or cigarettes, or chewing on a cigar also greatly increase air intake and, with it, belching. Aerophagia occurs normally in small amounts while eating and drinking, but some people unconsciously swallow repeated boluses of air at other times, especially when anxious.
Most swallowed air is subsequently eructated (belched); only a small amount passes into the small bowel, the quantity apparently being influenced by posture. The esophagus empties into the posterior aspect of the stomach. When the person is upright, air rises above the liquid contents of the stomach, comes into contact with the gastroesophageal junction, and is readily belched. When the person is supine (lying on his or her back), air trapped below the fluid tends to be propelled into the duodenum (part of the small intestine).
Excessive salivation may also lead to increased air swallowing and may be associated with various digestive disorders (e.g. peptic ulcer), ill-fitting dentures, or with nausea of any etiology. Belching may be associated with the use of antacids such as baking soda. Attributing the relief of ulcer symptoms to belching rather than antacids, the person continues to belch to relieve distress. 
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Description of Belching
Everyone belches or burps at one time or another to relieve gas buildup in the stomach.
It may often be embarrassing, but for the vast majority of people, occasional belching is not a problem that needs medical attention.
Belching (eructation) is triggered in two ways. First, too much gas is produced in the stomach by eating such foods as bran, raw fruit, vegetables, or by drinking gaseous liquids such as beer, soda, or seltzer. Even apple, grape, and prune juice can lead to belching.
The second cause is swallowing too much air, a condition known as aerophagia in chronic cases. Strange as it may seem, it does not take much effort to swallow air. Gulping one's food, drinking too fast, or talking while eating brings in excessive amounts of air, which can build up in the gastrointestinal tract. Chewing gum, sucking on candy, smoking a pipe or cigarettes, or chewing on a cigar also greatly increase air intake and, with it, belching. Aerophagia occurs normally in small amounts while eating and drinking, but some people unconsciously swallow repeated boluses of air at other times, especially when anxious.
Most swallowed air is subsequently eructated (belched); only a small amount passes into the small bowel, the quantity apparently being influenced by posture. The esophagus empties into the posterior aspect of the stomach. When the person is upright, air rises above the liquid contents of the stomach, comes into contact with the gastroesophageal junction, and is readily belched. When the person is supine (lying on his or her back), air trapped below the fluid tends to be propelled into the duodenum (part of the small intestine).
Excessive salivation may also lead to increased air swallowing and may be associated with various digestive disorders (e.g. peptic ulcer), ill-fitting dentures, or with nausea of any etiology. Belching may be associated with the use of antacids such as baking soda. Attributing the relief of ulcer symptoms to belching rather than antacids, the person continues to belch to relieve distress.
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Self Care
Belching, bloating, and distention are difficult to relieve, since most complaints are due to either unconscious aerophagia or to exaggerated sensitivity to normal amounts of gas. An attempt must be made to reduce aerophagia.
Since aerophagia may be due to excessive salivation, it is important to avoid habits like excessive gum chewing or smoking and to treat digestive diseases (e.g., peptic ulcer) that may cause hypersalivation as well as disorders that may cause nausea and reflex salivation.
It is important to chew food and to eat food slowly. Do not drink through a straw. When belching is associated with use of carbonated beverages or antacids, these should be avoided.
When aerophagia is troublesome, clamping a pencil or other object between the teeth may decrease the amount of involuntary or habit swallowing and break the cycle of aerophagia-discomfort-belch-relief.
In some cases, belching is directly related to lactose intolerance, which is the inability to break down certain sugars found in milk and milk products. A common complaint from people who are diagnosed with lactose intolerance is feeling bloated and gassy.
If belching regularly occurs after drinking milk or eating a milk-based product, a simple lactose intolerance test will confirm if one is missing the enzyme lactase. There are few well-controlled studies that demonstrate clear-cut benefit from any drug. However, simethicone and agents that break up small gas bubbles may be helpful for certain patients.
Questions To Ask Your Doctor About Belching
What is causing the belching?


Is it diet-related?


Is lactose intolerance associated with this condition?


Should the eating habits be modified to minimize discomfort?


Are excessive amounts of air being swallowed?


How can excessive intake of air be avoided?


Do you recommend any medications?


What are the side-effects?
Homeopathytreatment is lelow now
Chamomilla
Chamomilla is a chief remedy suited especially to baby's colic and teething troubles. The baby has very irritable temperament. Quiet only when carried. The baby is very irritable, cross, uncivil. Child cannot bear any one near him and cannot bear to be spoken to. Child may suffer from diarrhoea during dentition which is greenish, hot, very offensive like rotten eggs. Chamomilla is useful in toothache caused by taking anything warm, on entering a warm room, taking coffee and also during menses or pregnancy. Toothache relieved in wet weather. Chamomilla also helps in earache in teething children. Also convulsions of children from nursing after a fit of anger in the mother.

Chamomilla is also indicated in acidity, belchings, dyspepsia, cramps etc caused due to anger. It also helps in rheumatism and menstrual cramps. There is violent rheumatic pains which drives the patient out of bed at night, compels the patient to walk about. Oversensitiveness to pain. Pain and numbness of joints worse from heat and better in warm wet weather. Chamomilla is also useful in sciatic pain with numbness of the affected part with burning soles. During menstrual cramps there is unbearable, spasmodic, tearing pain down the legs and pressing upwards. 
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Fatigue

Sunday, February 20, 2011



Fatigue is a form of generalized pain whose function is to signal the need for rest and recuperation. But chronic fatigue is usually a misleading signal that does more harm than good, and needs treatment. Since it is a type of pain, analgesics/ pain-killers may be an effective treatment of fatigue.
Fatigue is an emotion - and an emotion is a body state as perceived by the brain. For example, anxiety is the brain’s perception of the body’s physical state of arousal and preparedness for action (hair on end, thumping heart etc). Similarly, fatigue is the brain’s perception of a state of physical exhaustion of the body induced by excessive activity. The brain interprets these body signals of fatigue as indicating a need to stop activity. Fatigue is therefore an emotion that signals the need for rest, for physical recuperation.
So fatigue can be considered a negative-feedback signal, which limits the amount of physical activity. The more prolonged and vigorous the activity, the more powerful becomes the signal of fatigue which tends to stop the activity. In a nutshell, fatigue prevents the body harming itself by excessive activity. (This can happen - before modern treatments were available, psychiatric patients with mania would be hyper-active for so long that they sometimes would literally die of exhaustion)
Many people complain of ‘tiredness’ or being ‘tired all the time’, but fatigue is not the same as sleepiness. Of course, both may occur together. But when someone complains of tiredness they are not necessarily drowsy, nor is their sleep necessarily disturbed - they may be complaining of fatigue. 
When we are overactive, eventually fatigue catches up with us and we stop, rest, and sleep. So although fatigue is a subjectively unpleasant feeling, like pain; fatigue is also an evolved, biological adaptation, just like pain. Indeed, it may be reasonable and useful to think of fatigue as a form of generalized pain.
Removal of normal fatigue might be damaging or dangerous because it would allow activity to continue when it ought to stop. For instance, fatigue-reducing drugs such as the amphetamines can be dangerous (even fatal) when used to allow athletes to push their bodies beyond the limits of human endurance.
So under normal circumstances, acute fatigue therefore performs the useful function of ensuring a short rest. A more prolonged form of fatigue occurs when the immune system is activated - this is part of the syndrome of ‘sickness behaviour’ which has evolved to ensure that sick animals (including humans) will rest and fight infections. Such fatigue may be useful over a time span of a few days - which is the normal duration for acute infectious disease. But if fatigue is prolonged much beyond a few days it becomes harmful rather than beneficial. Eventually animals must (if possible) get on with the biologically necessary business of finding food, finding a mate, and performing their social roles. The same applies to people.
The biochemical basis of chronic fatigue is probably therefore related to a class of immune chemicals called the cytokines which are secreted during activation of the immune system by infection. There is a substantial literature documenting significant immune activation in chronic fatigue, with a wide range of abnormalities in cytokines. Whatever the reason for this immune activation, the chronic fatigue it produces is a symptom that does more harm than good. 
Cytokines produce hyper-algesia or increased sensitivity to pain. Ordinary bodily sensations, which would usually be ignored, may rise above the threshold of awareness when cytokines are circulating. These aversive sensations - which really have no pathological significance, are then perceived as pains, aches, heaviness and fatigue.
Like all aversive biological signals, these are hard to ignore since the body interprets them as a warning of pathology, usually altering the motivational state in the direction of rest and immobilization. But these signals may be misleading, a functionless by-product of immune activation - in which case it would be better if these misleading signals of ‘generalised pain’ were eliminated. Appropriate analgesic drugs may be able to do this job of eliminating misleading pain signals - as when aspirin is used to treat a tension headache. The pain of a tension headache does not signify any significant pathology - furthermore pain tends to increase the tension in a vicious cycle. Treating the headache with an analgesic not only makes people feel better, it may also break the vicious cycle of pain and tension.
Similarly, treating chronic fatigue symptoms is almost certainly beneficial. In the first place chronic fatigue serves no useful biological purpose, secondly treatment of fatigue would make people feel better so that they can get on with life, thirdly treatment of fatigue would tend to break a vicious cycles of excessive lethargy leading to weakness and more lethargy. 




                     Treatment of fatigue with analgesics in UK ,USA&OTHERS COUNTRIES 

Substances that remove aversive sensations of pain are called analgesics. I suggest that conventional analgesics may also act to remove those aversive sensations we term fatigue. What kinds of drugs? This would depend on individual responsiveness and susceptibility to side effects. The best way to find out would be careful ‘self-experimentation’ in close consultation with a trusted and expert physician.

Perhaps it would be sensible to start with the mildest and safest pain-killers such as those available over the counter: paracetamol, codeine, and either aspirin or ibuprofen. These could be tried individually and in combination. It may also be worth trying supplementation with caffeine in the mornings (caffeine is also a painkiller). More powerful NSAIDs (such as diclofenac) and opiate analgesics are available on prescription.
Opiates, of course, may be addictive. But it is generally believed that when used appropriately as analgesics, in minimum effective doses, and in the form of slowly-absorbed tablets, opiate dependence is unlikely to become a problem.
The tricyclic ‘antidepressants’ are another group of powerful painkillers, being increasingly used in the management of chronic pain, neurogenic pain, migraine, chronic fatigue, cancer pain, AIDS and arthritis. Indeed, I have argued that the antidepressant action of tricyclics depends mainly on their analgesic properties. It seems probable that it is the painkilling effect of tricyclics which explains why some chronically fatigued patients seem to benefit from ‘antidepressants’.
Of course, treatment of fatigue with analgesics - even when effective - may not be the whole answer. And the underlying problem leading to the chronic fatigue may well remain - so that people would only benefit for as long as they continue to take regular pain killers. But as long as people feel significantly better, and side effects from drugs are not problematic, then treatment of fatigue with analgesics would seem justified. 
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Lac Caninum: Lac Caninum has marked action on treating fatigue. There is easy exhaustion, prostration and weakness with sinking spells every morning. Over sensitivenessof nerves producing restlessness, prostration and abnormal sensations. There is weakness of mind causing forgetfulness. Cannot concentrate mind on reading or studying. While walking seems to be walking in air. There is also faintness in stomach, with sinking feeling in epigastrium. Even though hungry cannot eat enough.

Ferrum Picricum: Ferrum Picricum is useful in fatigue when there is failure of the function of organ under exertion like failure of voice in public speakers.

Directions:  Adults: Take 4-5 pellets or tablets orally by mouth and allow them to dissolve on tongue. Repeat at least 3 times a day, about 30 minutes before or after food. Similarly take the second remedy after a gap of 30 minutes, make sure to remember the sequence. Children: Half of the adult dose.



1. LAC CANINUM 30
2. FERRUM PICRICUM 6X




Migraine head ache

Thursday, February 17, 2011









                                                                                  Migraine head ache
Headache is a pervasive symptom and the most common problem neurologists encounter in their clinical practices. It affects an estimated 60-80% of Americans at any time. The history of headache can be traced almost to the beginning of the history of humankind. The first description of headache dates back to the third millennium BCE. Headache has been written about extensively since the time of the Babylonian civilization. Migraine head ache and hemicranias are discussed in the Bible. Some famous historical figures (Napoleon) are known to have had terrible headaches.
Much debate exists among headache specialists regarding the evolutionary mechanisms; however, all agree on the paucity of literature related to this topic. This lack most likely exists because headache is a subjective symptom, because no objective measures or standardizations are available, and because species studies are limited to humans. Two common evolutionary mechanisms of disease production have been described. The first is a protective mechanism in response to what the body perceives as an external environmental stress. The second, and simpler, mechanism is pathogen-mediated disease production (disease due to infections caused by bacteria, viruses, or other pathogens). The first seems most likely to apply to headache.
Several observations give credence to the theory that the evolution of headache may be an internal protective response developed against environmental stressors. When exposed to extremes of temperature, humans can develop the classic vascular headache. The same is true for people who have had a sudden lack of sleep or food.
Common triggers of vascular headaches are stress, heat, or a lack of sleep or food. People with a predisposition to headache may have a lower threshold of response to these external stressors than other people. Patients with migraine may have inherited the predisposition for this lowered threshold. Therefore, some experts have theorized that headache is a slow, adaptive response. Most primary headaches develop slowly over minutes, if not hours. The pain associated with headache is transmitted by the slowest of all unmediated nerves.
For clinical purposes, the International Headache Society (IHS) (which revised the classification of headaches in 2004 [IHS-2]) divides headaches into 2 broad categories: primary headaches and secondary headaches. Primary headaches, which are headaches with no organic or structural etiology, include vascular (migraine) headache, trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias (which includes cluster headache), tension headache, and other secondary headaches (hemicranias continua, new daily persistent headache, exceptional headache, hyping headache, thunderclap headache). Secondary headaches are those due to an underlying structural or organic disease and include 9 subcategories, as indicated by the following image.
                                                 Treatment   Migraine head ache
Iris Vesicular: Iris Vesicular is a chief remedy for migraine. There is headache on the right front and temples, beginning with a blur before the eyes, usually relapsing after mental strain. Headache with nausea. Facial neuralgia spreading over the entire face, after breakfast.
Belladonna: Belladonna has marked action in treating headache due to cold or heat of sun, from haircut. Sudden and violent headache. Intense periodical nervous congestive headache. Rush of blood to head with pulsation of cerebral arteries. Throbbing, hammering and jerking headache worse from slight motion, jar, noise light, touch, lying down. Better by tight bandage. Belladonna also helps in vertigo caused by stooping or rising after stooping or change of position.
Directions:  Adults: Take 4-5 pellets or tablets orally by mouth and allow them to dissolve on tongue. Repeat at least 3 times a day, about 30 minutes before or after food. Similarly take the second remedy after a gap of 30 minutes, make sure to remember the sequence. Children: Half of the adult dose.
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1. IRIS VERSICOLOR 30
2. BELLADONNA 30

Fever

Tuesday, February 15, 2011




                                                                                                              Fever

Belladonna: Belladonna is a chief remedy for fever. Fever is sudden and violent in onset. Fever is caused due to draught of air, cold wind, uncovering head and exposure to summer sun. There is high fever, sudden rise of temperature with red face and throbbing of carotids. Pulse is strong and quick. There is intense burning heat internally and externally. Sweat only on covered parts and on head. Extremities usually cold during fever. Fever comes at 3 PM. There is confusion of mind, anxiety and trembling with furious delirium during fever. Belladonna is also helpful in fever associated with any other inflammatory condition like tonsillitis, appendicitis, conjunctivitis, meningitis, rheumatism etc.

Ferrum Phosphoricum: Ferrum Phosphoricum is a chief remedy for fever and inflammations. It helps in the first stage of all inflammations, with fever and congestion, will often deal with it before it takes hold. The patient is nervous, sensitive and anemic with false plethora and easy flushing. Ferrum Phosphoricum is also useful in catarrhal fever. All catarrhal and inflammatory fever with chills every day at 1 PM.
Directions: Adults: Take 4-5 pellets or tablets orally by mouth and allow them to dissolve on tongue. Repeat at least 3 times a day, about 30 minutes before or after food. Similarly take the second remedy after a gap of 30 minutes, make sure to remember the sequence. Children: Half of the adult dose.

2. FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM 6X    

Fear of examinations

Saturday, February 12, 2011



                                        Fear of examinations
As a new student at a higher educational institution, you may come directly from the gymnasium (secondary school), and it may be hard to accept lower grades than you have been used to. Where you might previously have been one of the best, you are now but one of the many skilled. This may be experienced as a personal, and not academic, defeat.
Many students who fear examinations suffer from perfectionism, and thus often also of performance anxiety. They set extremely high demands for themselves in all matters, and thereby the risk of failure becomes greater, which in turn increases their anxiety. Here it is not enough to look at the examination separately. You must also consider the way you look at yourself and others. Behind perfectionism people often hide a low self-esteem and lack of self-confidence.                                                         treatment in homeopathy
Anacardium Occidentale : Anarcardium Occidentale is a chief remedy for fear before examination. There is nervous exhaustion from over-study. There is also impairement of memory. There is sudden loss of memory, the patient is very much disturbed about his forgetfulness. The patient even forgets his own name and the names of the well known places and most intimate friends.

Argentum Nitricum : Argentum Nitricum is a chief remedy for fear of failure in examinations. School children are afraid of going to school. Fearful and nervous during examination. Always in a hurry, anxious, nervous, and irritable.



1. ANACARDIUM OCCIDENTALE 30
2. ARGENTUM NITRICUM 30

Fear of examinations


                                        Fear of examinations


Anacardium Occidentale : Anarcardium Occidentale is a chief remedy for fear before examination. There is nervous exhaustion from over-study. There is also impairement of memory. There is sudden loss of memory, the patient is very much disturbed about his forgetfulness. The patient even forgets his own name and the names of the well known places and most intimate friends.

Argentum Nitricum : Argentum Nitricum is a chief remedy for fear of failure in examinations. School children are afraid of going to school. Fearful and nervous during examination. Always in a hurry, anxious, nervous, and irritable.





1. ANACARDIUM OCCIDENTALE 30
2. ARGENTUM NITRICUM 30

Eczema

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Eczema

Eczema
 Eczema

 A homeopathic combination pack with two single remedies Petroleum and Graphites for relief of eczema.

Petroleum: Petroleum has marked action on various skin affections like eczema. The skin is rough, ragged, exfoliated and bleeding. There are cracks and fissures all over the body or in affected area. Every little injury suppurates. There are dry erruptions on the tip of the fingers which are rough, cracked and painful and sensitive to touch. Petroleum also helps in various forms of eczema especially on scalp. There are thick yellowish crusts like vesicles on the scalp with considerable moisture. All the erruptions itch violently. All the skin problems are worse during winter and better in summer.

Graphites: Graphites har marked action on various skin eruptions weeping eczema, All skin eruptions exude a watery, transparent, gelatinous sticky fluid. Skin affections are particularly located in the bend of joints, on the scalp and behind the ears. Graphites is also a remedy for eczema of lids, eruptions moist and fissured, lids red and margins covered with scales and crusts. Graphites is also a remedy for eczema of ears and moist eczema around anus. Every little injury suppurates. There is also fissures and cracks at the end of the fingers, or nipples, vulva and labial commissures. Graphites also helps in nail disorders. The nails are brittle, crumbling, and deformed. They are painful and sore as if ulcerated, thick and crippled.

Directions:  Adults: Take 4-5 pellets or tablets orally by mouth and allow them to dissolve on tongue. Repeat at least 3 times a day, about 30 minutes before or after food. Similarly take the second remedy after a gap of 30 minutes, make sure to remember the sequence. Children: Half of the adult dose.

Ingredients: Eczema Relief Combo is packed with two single homeopathic remedies:

1. PETROLEUM 30
2. GRAPHITES 30

Ear Aches

Tuesday, February 8, 2011


                                                            Ear Aches

A homeopathic combination pack with two single remedies Plantago Major and Belladonna for relief of ear ache.

Plantago Major: Plantago Major is useful remedy in earache. There is neuralgic earache and the pains go from one ear to the other through head. Pain in the ear associated with toothache. Hearing also acute with loud noises in the ear. Pains are sharp, shifting between ear and teeth.

Belladonna: Belladonna has marked action in treating earache. There is tearing pain in middle and external ear with humming sounds. Pain in ear causes delirium. Child cries out in sleep. Hearing is acute and the patient is sensitive to loud sound. There is also auto phony. Patient hears one's own voice in the ear. It is also useful in inflammatory conditions with discharge from the ear.

Directions: Adults: Take 4-5 pellets or tablets orally by mouth and allow them to dissolve in few minutes time. Repeat at least 3 times a day, about 30 minutes before or after food. Similarly take the second remedy after a gap of 30 minutes, make sure to remember the sequence. Children: Half of the adult dose.

Ingredients: Earaches relief Combo is packed with two single homeopathic remedies:

1. PLANTAGO MAJOR 30
2. BELLADONNA 30
  

Ear Infection


                                                            Ear Infection

A homeopathic combination pack with two single remedies Plantago Major and Kali Muriaticum for relief of ear infection.

Plantago Major: Plantago Major has marked action in treating ear infection causing earache. There is neuralgic earache and the pains go from one ear to the other through head. Pain in the ear associated with toothache. Pains are sharp, shifting between ear and teeth. Hearing also acute with loud noises in the ear.

Kali Muriaticum: Kali Muriaticum helps in chronic catarrhal conditions of the middle ear with snapping and noises in the ear. There is deafness from catarrhal condition and occlusion of eustachian tube with swelling of external ear and throat troubles. There is great effusion about the auricle. It also helps in glandular swellings and in infectious diseases of children. Glands about the ear are swollen. Kali Muriaticum also helps in deafness due to blow. There is milky white, viscid, sticky, thick discharge from the ear.

Directions: Adults: Take 4-5 pellets or tablets orally by mouth and allow them to dissolve in few minutes time. Repeat at least 3 times a day, about 30 minutes before or after food. Similarly take the second remedy after a gap of 30 minutes, make sure to remember the sequence. Children: Half of the adult dose.

Ingredients: Ear Infection relief Combo is packed with two single homeopathic remedies:

1. PLANTAGO MAJOR 30
2. KALI MURIATICUM 6X

Ear Aches

Saturday, February 5, 2011

                                                            Ear Aches

A homeopathic combination pack with two single remedies Plantago Major and Belladonna for relief of ear ache.

Plantago Major: Plantago Major is useful remedy in earache. There is neuralgic earache and the pains go from one ear to the other through head. Pain in the ear associated with toothache. Hearing also acute with loud noises in the ear. Pains are sharp, shifting between ear and teeth.

Belladonna: Belladonna has marked action in treating earache. There is tearing pain in middle and external ear with humming sounds. Pain in ear causes delirium. Child cries out in sleep. Hearing is acute and the patient is sensitive to loud sound. There is also auto phony. Patient hears one's own voice in the ear. It is also useful in inflammatory conditions with discharge from the ear.

Directions: Adults: Take 4-5 pellets or tablets orally by mouth and allow them to dissolve in few minutes time. Repeat at least 3 times a day, about 30 minutes before or after food. Similarly take the second remedy after a gap of 30 minutes, make sure to remember the sequence. Children: Half of the adult dose.

Ingredients: Earaches relief Combo is packed with two single homeopathic remedies:

1. PLANTAGO MAJOR 30
2. BELLADONNA 30
  

Dysentery


                                   

A homeopathic combination pack with two single remedies Aloe Socotrina and Silicea for the relief of dysentry.

Aloes Socotrina: Aloes Socotrine is a chief remedy for dysentry. There is inflammatory condition in lower colon and rectum. Bloody discharge with much jelly like mucus and less blood. There is profound weakness and prostration from dysentry. Sometimes the patient passes nothing but only a large quantity of jelly like mucus. Before stool there is rumbling sounds in the abdomen due to accumulation of gas. Dysentry worse after eating and drinking.

Silicea: Silicea also helps treating dysentry with loss of appetite or ravenous hunger with great thirst. There disgust for meat and warm food. But as soon as drinks water it causes vomiting. There is painful cold feeling in the abdomen with much rumbling. Sensation of weakness in rectum. Stool passes with great straining. It is partly expelled and then recedes back, hence has to be removed mechanically. Stool with cadaverous odor.

Directions:  Adults: Take 4-5 pellets or tablets orally by mouth and allow them to dissolve in few minutes time. Repeat at least 3 times a day, about 30 minutes before or after food. Similarly take the second remedy after a gap of 30 minutes, make sure to remember the sequence. Children: Half of the adult dose.

Ingredients: Dysentery Relief Combo is packed with two single homeopathic remedies:

1. ALOE SOCOTRINA 30
2. SILICEA 6X

 
 
 

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