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Dr. Kanica  - Homeopath, Bahadurgarh

Dr. Kanica

90 (18 ratings)
BHMS

Homeopath, Bahadurgarh

2 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic  ·  ₹150 online
Dr. Kanica 90% (18 ratings) BHMS Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
2 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic  ·  ₹150 online
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Dr. Kanica is a renowned Homeopath in Basant Vihar, Bahadurgarh. She has helped numerous patients in her 2 years of experience as a Homeopath. She has completed BHMS . You can meet Dr. Kanica personally at W.H.Homoeopathic Clinic in Basant Vihar, Bahadurgarh. Book an appointment online with Dr. Kanica on Lybrate.com.

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BHMS - Pt. B D Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak - 2016
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English
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Council of Homoeopathic System of Medicines,haryana
IIHP-Indian Institute of Homoeopathic Physicians

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Walnut Benefits!

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
Walnut Benefits!

Benefits of walnuts-

1 cup of walnuts (30 grams) contains-

Energy: 200 calories

Carbohydrates 3.89 grams (g)

Sugar: 1 g

Fiber: 2 g

Protein: 5 g

Fat: 20 g

Calcium: 20 milligrams (mg)

Iron: 0.72 mg

Sodium: 0 mg

Walnuts are also a good source of:

Manganese


Copper

Magnesium

Phosphorus

Vitamin b 6

Iron

They are high inmonounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids. They are also a good source of protein.

Benefits-

-rich in antioxidants
-decrease inflammation
-promotes a healthy gut
-reduce risk of some cancers
-support weight control
-benefical in management of diabetes
-helpful in low bp and relieves stress
-support healthy aging
-supports good brain function
-improves blood fat
-prevents from skin damage
-improves immunity
-useful in bone health
-benefical for hairs

 

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BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh

Treatment Of Scabies!

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
Treatment Of Scabies!

Scabies is a skin infestation caused by a mite known as the sarcoptes scabiei. Untreated, these microscopic mites can live on your skin for months. They reproduce on the surface of your skin and then burrow into it and lay eggs. This causes an itchy, red rash to form on the skin.

Symptoms of scabies

After the initial exposure to scabies, it can take up to six weeks for symptoms to appear. The symptoms usually develop more quickly in people who’ve had scabies before.The hallmark symptoms of scabies include a rash and intense itching that gets worse at night. Continuous scratching of the infected area can create sores that become infected. If this occurs, additional treatment with antibiotics for the skin infection may be recommended.

Common sites for scabies in older children and adults include the:

Wrist

Elbow

Armpit

Nipple

Penis

Waist

Buttocks

Area between the fingers

Scabies in babies and toddlers, and sometimes the very elderly or immunocompromised, can include the:

Head

Face

Neck

Hands

Soles of the feet

The rash itself can consist of tiny bites, hives, bumps under the skin, or pimple-like bumps. The burrow tracks of the mite can sometimes be seen on the skin. They may appear as tiny raised or discolored lines.

Norwegian or crusted scabies-

Some people with scabies may develop another form of scabies known as norwegian scabies, or crusted scabies. This is a more severe and extremely contagious type of scabies. People with crusted scabies develop thick crusts of skin that contain thousands of mites and eggs.

Crusted scabies can also appear:

Thick

Gray

Easy to crumble when touched

Crusted scabies usually develops in people with weakened immune systems. This includes people with hiv or aids, people who use steroids or certain medications (such as some for rheumatoid arthritis), or people who are undergoing chemotherapy. The scabies mites can overpower the immune system more easily and multiply at a quicker rate. Crusted scabies spreads in the same way as normal scabies.

Causes-

Scabies is a highly contagious condition. If you have close contact with a person infested with the scabies mite, your chances of catching it are fairly high. Crowded living conditions, close body contact (e. G, sleeping in the same bed), even holding hands for a while can easily allow the mite to spread from one person to another.Since the scabies mite won't live away from a human body for more than a few days, direct contact is a much more likely source of transmission than clothing, bedding, or towels. The mites that cause scabies live specifically on humans - they can't be transmitted to or caught from animals, such as dogs.


A female mite lays 3 to 4 eggs per day, just under the surface of the skin. It takes about 2 weeks for these eggs to develop into larvae and finally adults, after which the adults emerge to the surface of the skin to mate. Once mating is complete, the adults reinvade the skin of their host or another person. The presence of the burrowing adult mite, eggs, and larvae cause a terrible itch. The number of infesting mites averages 5 to 10 but varies depending on the person's hygiene.

Diagnosis-

To diagnose scabies, your doctor examines your skin, looking for signs of mites, including the characteristic burrows. When your doctor locates a mite burrow, he or she may take a scraping from that area of your skin to examine under a microscope. The microscopic examination can determine the presence of mites or their eggs.

Preventions-

Maintain personal hygiene.
Change clothes, bed linens daily.
Regular daily bath.
Clothes & bed linens to be boiled in hot water, dried in sun & ironed.
Thorough scrubbing with soap & water.
Through drying of skin after bathing.
Treat all close contacts
Cool and soak your skin- soaking in cool water or applying a cool, wet washcloth to irritated areas of your skin may minimize itching.
Apply soothing lotion- calamine lotion, available without a prescription, can effectively relieve the pain and itching of minor skin irritations.

Diet managment for scabies-

Overall you want to avoid foods that contain natural histamines (your body is already creating enough to combat the mites) and foods that you are allergic too.

Here is a list of foods you might want to avoid or cut down on during your scabies infestation because they are high in histamines:

Red wine

Aged cheese

Citrus fruits

Fermented foods (sauerkraut, kombucha, yogurt)

Bacon (and other cured meats)

Seafood

Eggs

Artificial food colors and preservatives

Spices

Alcohol

Vinegar

Other foods that commonly cause allergic reactions, often involving skin irritation include:

Tree nuts

Milk

Soy

Wheat

Coloring, additives

Treatment-

In scabies, homeopathy is the best treatment option as homeopathic prescriptions are exceptionally capable in treating this type of disease. They invigorate the disease fighting mechanism of the body to fight scabies.As the healing system of the body is reinforced, the sickness is totally annihilated. It’s an approach that attacks the infection at the root and avert a repeat of the infection.

 

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Health Benefits Of Bitter Gourd!

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
Health Benefits Of Bitter Gourd!

Health Benefits Of Bitter Gourd!

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Health Benefits Of Chia Seeeds!

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Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
Health Benefits Of Chia Seeeds!

Health Benefits Of Chia Seeeds!

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Tips For Asthma

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
Tips For Asthma

Say no to smoking – smoking affects the lungs severely, especially when you are going through the asthma trouble. In most of the asthma cases, the rate of wheezing or coughing steps up when the patient is exposed to a smoky environment. An asthma patient must not allow anyone to smoke around them or avoid places where he/she is prone to smoke. Not only the tobacco smoke but any kind of smoke inside the home must be removed using exhauster appliance.

Avoid stress – too much excitement also acts as a trigger to asthma attack. Try to remain in a balanced state. Accept all kinds of emotional stuff lightly. Find a workplace that offers you a serene atmosphere and a tolerable pressure of work. Avoid arguments with people.

Avoid extreme temperatures – try to make yourself comfortable in a normal temperature. Avoid excessively hot or chilled environment exposure. Keep the air condition temperature normal. Say goodbye to the humid environment. The fresh morning environment exposure is a good natural treatment for asthma.

Maintain cleanliness around – dust is the most trigger for asthma patients. Whether you are an asthma patient or not, you may be allergic to dust and find yourself in a terrible sneezing situation after the dust exposure. It is better to keep the household interiors clean. Maintain regular cleaning.

Remove damp inside home – damp also adds on to asthma attacks and you must have a dehumidifier in your home. Try to keep your bathroom and kitchen area free of damp and humidity.

Stay away from insects and animals – most asthma patients are allergic to different pets and insects. Keep disinfectant liquid or spray at home and avoid the contact with any kind of animal if you are not really sure about which animal triggers the asthma attacks in you.

Food & fitness – asthma patients are usually prescribed a special diet chart. You can’t have everything that fascinates you when you are suffering from asthma. Try going for the prescribed organic food and avoid the fast food.

Drink plenty of water-This will not only ease the digestion but also helps to reduce the formation of highly thick mucus.

 

Natural Skin care Tips and Precautions for Summer Season:

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
Natural Skin care Tips and Precautions for Summer Season:

1. Drink lots of water

Try to drink lots of water and fluids to keep your body hydrated. During summer season your daily water requirement increased because a lot of water waste due to heat and sweating and to flush out the toxins.

2. Juicy fruits

Try to eat more juicy fruits like watermelon, grapes, pears, blueberries, strawberries and pomegranate to get back lost fluids and moisturizers.

3. Fresh salad

Include fresh salad in your diet and increase the intake of cucumber, beetroot, tomato, radish and carrot.

4. Rose water

Try to daily wash your face with rose water. Its natural cooling properties make it an excellent toner for the hot summer season.

5. Skin exfoliation

Don't forget to weekly exfoliate your skin with good scrub. You can also make a good scrub at home by 4 to 5 table spoons of gram flour (besan), a pinch of turmeric (haldi), 5-6 drops of rose water and milk or yogurt. Mix them well to form a paste and use it to exfoliate your face and neck.

6. Mask for soft and glowing skin

You can also make a home based pack by 2 tablespoons of mashed papaya, 1 table spoon of honey and 1 egg white. Mix them well and apply on your face and neck. Leave this for 15 minutes then rinse off with cold water and feel the freshness of soft, smooth and glowing skin.

7. Cucumber and yogurt& face pack

Blend a half cucumber and 1 table spoon of yogurt in mixer then apply this of your face and neck. After 15 minutes rinse off with fresh water and feel a fresh and supple skin.

8. Lemon for sun tan

Lemon is a natural bleaching agent and can help& remove the tan& from your face. Lemon contains ascorbic acid due to which it can easily bleach tanned skin. Simply squeeze a lemon into a dish. Soak a cotton ball into the lemon juice and apply it all over your face and neck. Lemon is also considered best to give you glowing skin. Although lemon is supposed to be a natural bleach but be aware that it dries the face. That`s why apply a good moisturizer or almond oil after washing off lemon.


9. Lemon juice and honey

You can also massage sun tanned skin with mixture of lemon juice and honey because honey is also considered a natural bleach for your skin.

10. Stay indoors between 11am-3pm

Try to stay indoors between 11am and 3pm because during this time period sun’s rays are the strongest and can have an adverse effect on your skin.

11. Sun screen

Don't forget to apply a good sunscreen 30 minutes before you step out.

12. Make use of hats

Make use of hats, sunglasses and full covered dresses.

13. Loose fitting cloths

Wear loose fitting cotton clothes to release the trapped moisture so that your skin can breathe.

14. Cold water

Every evening splash lot of cold water on face and eyes. Soak cotton pads in cold water or rose water then place them on your close eyes for 10-15 minutes.

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Diet Management For Common Cold Or Coryza

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh

1. In case of profuse water nasal discharge fluid intake should be increased.

2. Drink plenty of water, can add a pinch of turmeric and ginger powder to it.

3. You can consume juices especially of citrus fruits as they have high vitamin c content - lemon, orange, sweet lime, pineapple etc.

4. Consume hot soups, especially chicken soup.

5. Take raw fruits and vegetables. Apple is good for cold, should consume at least one apple a day.

6. Include garlic, ginger and onions in your food.

7. Increase intake of vitamin a in your diet - all yellow fruits and vegetables contain vitamin a. Meat, fish, kidney and liver, liver oils of fish are richest source of vit- A. If you are a vegetarian you can have fish liver oil supplements but because overdose can be toxic.

8. Boil a mixture of bishops weed (ajwain), tea leaves and water and inhale the steam, helps to decongest the nose block due to cold. Should do at least three times a day.

9. Drink boiled mixture of - half cup water, little ginger, 2-3 leaves of sweet basil (tulsi) and mint leaves, or you can eat the raw leaves, this will boost up you immunity and control your cough and cold.

10. Gargle with warm water, a pinch of salt and turmeric to sooth your throat.

11. Avoid milk and milk products -cheese.

12. Avoid spicy food, eggs, sweets and cold refrigerated drinks.

13. Avoid cold drinks, cold water, ice creams.

14. Avoid all food with preservatives and additives.

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
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