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Vishwas Centre For Mind Control

Acupuncturist Clinic

no. 24/1 5th cross sampige road malehwaram Bangalore
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Acupuncturist.It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this ......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Acupuncturist.It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you understand your treatments.
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Vishwas Centre For Mind Control is known for housing experienced Acupuncturists. Dr. Vijay Kumar Sachdev, a well-reputed Acupuncturist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Acupuncturists recommended by 97 patients.

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Dr. Vijay Kumar Sachdev

Completed courses in ALPHA MIND, COSMIC ENERGY HEALING ,ACUPUNCTURE ,SUJOK ,NLP, TRAIN THE TRAINER ,HYPNOTISM ,PRANIC HEALING ,REIKI HEALING ,PRANIC PSYCHOTHERAPY
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Osteoporosis - Why Homeopathy Is Best For It?

BHMS
Homeopath, Varanasi
Osteoporosis - Why Homeopathy Is Best For It?

Our bones are composed of calcium deposits, and with age, the amount of deposits gradually reduce, leading to porous bones called in medical terms as osteoporosis - osteo for bone and porosis for porous. Osteoporosis is more common in females, especially after menopause, as there is a strong hormonal connection to osteoporosis.

An advice for females post 40 is to include calcium and vitamin d supplements, thereby delaying the onset and reducing the severity of this condition.

Listed below are some common treatments, which improve calcium and phosphorus metabolism, reduce bone loss, and improve bone mass.

  • Silicea (silica) - Delicate people who are often very nervous and get tired easily and have a low resistance to infection get benefited from this medication. The spine is the most affected, and there might even be fractures and pus or fistula formation. It helps in healing broken bones and removing bone splinters. This works well in cases where calcium assimilation is affected by improving calcium assimilation.
  • Calcarea phosphorica - This works very well in cases where the spine has been affected. Patients with softened spine and curved body benefit very well from this. This also can be used where there is associated anemia and increased bone pain due to cold weather. At an emotional level, people with general dissatisfaction and a strong desire to travel and wanting a change of situations can also benefit from this.
  • Symphytum - Popularly known as 'knit bone,' this medicine is believed to help unite fractured bones very effectively by promoting strong callous formation. Not just new fractures, this also helps in patients who have pain in old healed or partially healed fractures.
  • Calcarea carbonica - This works well in patients who have issues with calcium absorption, get tired easily, are anxious and stressed out easily. Cold often worsens the pain and there could be swelling of joints and neck and back pain. There is also a strong craving for sweets in these people.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

Hello, I am the kind of person who eats 5- 6 times meals in a day however from past 4-5 days ,I am not feeling much hungry n feeling nausea all the time. Having weakness also. I do gym regularly. No signs of abdomen pain or headache please help.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
General Physician, Delhi
Hello, thank you for informing me about your problem, Overview Fatigue is a constant state of tiredness, even when you’ve gotten your usual amount of sleep. This symptom develops over time and causes a drop in your physical, emotional, and psychological energy levels. You’re also more likely to feel unmotivated to participate in or do activities you normally enjoy. Some other signs of fatigue include feeling: physically weaker than usual tired, despite rest as though you have less stamina or endurance than normal mentally tired and moody Loss of appetite means you don’t have the same desire to eat as you used to. Signs of decreased appetite include not wanting to eat, unintentional weight loss, and not feeling hungry. The idea of eating food may make you feel nauseous, as if you might vomit after eating. Long-term loss of appetite is also known as anorexia, which can have a medical or psychological cause. It may be a warning sign from your body when you feel fatigue and loss of appetite together. Read on to see what conditions may cause these symptoms. What causes fatigue and loss of appetite? Fatigue and loss of appetite are symptoms of several health conditions. The condition can be as common as the flu or a sign of something more serious like cancer. Often a loss of appetite can cause fatigue, especially if you aren’t getting enough calories or nutrients. Chronic, or long-term, pain can also interfere with your appetite and cause fatigue. Some conditions that can cause continuous pain include: fibromyalgia migraines nerve damage postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) pain after surgery Other causes of fatigue and loss of appetite include: chronic fatigue syndrome pregnancy flu and common cold postpartum depression heat emergencies premenstrual syndrome (PMS) alcohol withdrawal syndrome Medications You may also feel more tired than usual when your body is fighting off infection. Certain medications have side effects like nausea and drowsiness. These side effects can decrease your appetite and cause fatigue. Medications that are known to cause these symptoms include: sleeping pills antibiotics blood pressure medications diuretics anabolic steroids codeine morphine Psychological These disorders can affect your appetite and energy level: stress grief bipolar disorder anorexia bulimia anxiety depression Fatigue and loss of appetite in children You should bring your child to a doctor if they are feeling fatigued and have a decreased appetite. These symptoms can develop more quickly in children than adults. Potential causes include: depression or anxiety acute appendicitis cancer anemia lupus constipation intestinal worms Other causes include: slowed growth rate having recently taken antibiotics not getting enough rest not eating a balanced diet Fatigue and loss of appetite in older adults Fatigue and decreased appetite in older adults are both common occurrences. Some studies suggest increased age as a risk factor for fatigue. Common causes of these symptoms in older adults include: heart disease hypothyroidism rheumatoid arthritis chronic lung disease or COPD depression cancer neurological disorders, like multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease sleep disorders hormone changes Related conditions Other health conditions and symptoms that accompany fatigue and loss of appetite include: anemia Addison’s disease cirrhosis, or liver damage congestive heart failure HIV/AIDS gastroparesis celiac disease kidney disease Crohn’s disease heumatoid arthritis chemotherapy When to seek medical help Get immediate medical help if you’re experiencing fatigue and loss of appetite along with: confusion dizziness blurred vision an irregular or racing heartbeat chest pain shortness of breath fainting sudden weight loss difficulty tolerating cold temperatures You also should make an appointment to see your doctor if you’re experiencing these symptoms after taking a new medication, even after you’ve taken it for several days. Seek emergency attention if you or someone you know has thoughts of harming themselves. How will your doctor diagnose fatigue and loss of appetite? While there isn’t a specific test for fatigue and loss of appetite, your doctor will review your medical history, perform a physical exam, and ask about your other symptoms. This will help narrow down potential causes so that your doctor can order the right tests. After asking questions about your health, they may order: •blood tests to search for potential conditions, like hypothyroidism, celiac disease, or HIV CT scan or ultrasound scan of the stomach an EKG or stress test for suspected cardiac involvement gastric emptying test, which can diagnose delayed gastric emptying How do you treat fatigue and loss of appetite? Your doctor will prescribe treatments and therapies depending on your underlying condition. Pain relief may help ease the symptoms. If medication is the cause of your fatigue and loss of appetite, your doctor may adjust your dosage or swap the medication. Treating fatigue may include learning how to increase energy in your daily life. This can mean: getting more exercise creating a schedule for activity and rest talk therapy learning about self-care Treating loss of appetite may include formulating a flexible meal schedule and incorporating favorite foods into meals. Studies also show that enhancing the taste and smell of foods can increase appetite in older adults. They found that adding sauces and seasonings resulted in a 10 percent increase in calorie consumption. Other methods used to treat fatigue or loss of appetite include: appetite stimulants like Marinol low-dose corticosteroids to increase appetite sleeping pills to help you sleep better at night physical therapy to slowly increase exercise antidepressants or antianxiety medications, for depression or anxiety anti-nausea medications like Zofran for nausea caused by medical treatments Counseling or participating in a support group may also help reduce depression and anxiety-related causes of fatigue and loss of appetite. How can I prevent or treat fatigue and loss of appetite at home? Your doctor or dietitian can offer suggestions for improving your appetite and reducing fatigue. For example, you may need to change your diet to include more high-calorie, protein-rich foods, and fewer sugary or empty calorie options. Taking your food in liquid form such as green smoothies or protein drinks may be easier on your stomach. If you have trouble with big meals, you can also try eating small meals throughout the day to help keep food down. While fatigue and loss of appetite can’t always be prevented, living a healthy lifestyle can minimize lifestyle-related causes of fatigue and appetite loss. You may feel less fatigued and have more energy if you eat a balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, and lean meats, exercise regularly, and sleep for at least seven hours each night. Feel free to get connected and clarify your queries in the private section. Wish you best of health!
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Hi, My height is 6 feet and weight is 70 kgs and my age is 25 what would be idle weight for me according to the age?

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hi,
My height is 6 feet and weight is 70 kgs and my age is 25 what would be idle weight for me according to the age?
Your ideal weight should be between 73-75 kg .but you should also consider about fat mass and lean mass to get more healthy body. To get more details or diet plan and recipes you can consult join my private consultation.
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Hello My mother is suffering from the knee pain. Every test is conducted and also we take consultation from the joint doctor. She take medicine at proper time but after that there is no positive result from any medicine .Please tell me solution for removal of her pain. This pain create a lot of problem so sit or also to stand or walk.

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy - Janardhan Rai Nagar University, Janardhan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidhyapeth College Of Physiotherapy , Udaipur
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Hello My mother is suffering from the knee pain. Every test is conducted and also we take consultation from the joint...
Hello lybrate-user your mother is suffering from age related factor, osteoarthritic condition is kind of normal but when it aggrevates it create a trouble. Physiotherapy really helps in this condition to minimise the pain and to regain the strength of muscle and follow the proper advice of your physio for home pain management.
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Hi Sir, How to consume egg to avail full benefits for health Either by, boiling or in shape of omlet. Can we consume egg shell if so how?

Masters In Clinical Nutrition & Dietitics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
Hi Sir, How to consume egg to avail full benefits for health Either by, boiling or in shape of omlet.
Can we consume ...
Hello sir, As you are 78 yrs. Better consult us, so that after discussing your health parameter, we can prescribed you the best and right meal and how to eat different food so that will give you full benefits and which will also fulfill your daily requirements of all nutrients.
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How to gain weight? Pls suggest I am very lean. My weight is only 40 kgs and I am 28 years old married lady.

MSc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Lucknow
How to gain weight? Pls suggest
I am very lean. My weight is only 40 kgs and I am 28 years old married lady.
Hi,Thank you for your query. We will be happy to help you. For weight gain, -Eat more calories than your body burns. -Eat lots of foods that are calorie-dense. This includes various nuts and dry fruits, bananas, potatoes, rice, peanut butter. -Drink milk daily. -Consume more proteins and carbohydrates. -Increase your regular meal portions by some amount. -If you eat non-veg food, eat it more often. We are here to guide you. For a detailed and customized diet plan, feel free to leave a message. Eat healthy, stay healthy.
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I am purely veg even can not take eggs. So how should I complete my protein diet with natural foods?

MSc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Lucknow
I am purely veg even can not take eggs. So how should I complete my protein diet with natural foods?
Hi, Thank you for your query. We will be happy to help you. Have more dals, all beans and lentils, chickpeas, almonds, peanuts, milk, paneer, tofu. Having these foods will help you. We are here to guide you. For a detailed and customized diet plan, feel free to leave a message. Eat healthy, stay healthy Regards.
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I am having Vegetable Salad including beetroot in supper urinating pinkish in color, please help.

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
I am having Vegetable Salad including beetroot in supper urinating pinkish in color, please help.
Pink color urine can be from various reasons 1) Beetroot - if you are having vary large portion than you can reduce and observe the changes 2) medical conditions - for this you can avoid beetroot for 3-4 days and do your blood test to check your hemoglobin, RBC. (consult your doctor for this) I would suggest avoid beetroot for few days and observe if you urine is normal it might be because of beetroot and so reduce the portion size. I had read that if you steam beetroot less then 15 mins your nutrient loss will be minimal and lighter the shade of urine.
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My weight is going very down very rapidly. In last 5 month, approximately 6 kg weight down.I am Not able to eat food properly. Can you suggest me something for that.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
My weight is going very down very rapidly. In last 5 month, approximately 6 kg weight down.I am Not able to eat food ...
It is better you rule out serious medical causes of weight loss. Consult a physician near you. Free E-newsletter Subscribe to Housecall Our general interest e-newsletter keeps you up to date on a wide variety of health topics. Sign up now Causes By Mayo Clinic Staff Unexplained weight loss has many causes, medical and nonmedical. Often, a combination of things results in a general decline in your health and a related weight loss. Sometimes a specific cause isn't found. Potential causes of unexplained weight loss include: Addison's disease (adrenal insufficiency) Cancer Celiac disease Changes in diet or appetite Changes in sense of smell Changes in sense of taste COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) Crohn's disease Dementia Dental problems Depression (major depressive disorder) Diabetes Heart failure HIV/AIDS Hypercalcemia Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) Medications Parkinson's disease Peptic ulcer Substance abuse (alcohol, cocaine, other) Tuberculosis Ulcerative colitis (a type of inflammatory bowel disease) Gain weight healthily by eating 5-6 meals a day, even if they are slightly smaller than usual. Make sure each meal includes healthy, calorie-dense foods like nuts and full-fat dairy, as they will help you gain more weight without feeling too full. If you don’t feel like you can eat more, drink liquid calories like 100% juices or smoothies because, since they tend to be less filling than food, they allow you to consume more calories overall. Eat healthy foods that are calorie-dense. When you're trying to gain weight it's important to maximize the amount of calories you can consume with each meal and snack. Calorie-dense foods are items that are high in calories per serving. Consume these foods with each meal and snack. Calorie dense foods to incorporate into your diet include: nuts and nut butters, avocados, full-fat dairy products (cheese, yogurt and milk), butter and oil, and eggs. Also use full-fat condiments like regular mayonnaise, full-fat cream cheese or full-fat salad dressings. Not all high-fat foods are healthy or appropriate to eat more frequently or in larger quantities. Minimize these foods: fast food, deep fried foods, candy, and high-fat processed meats (bologna or hot dogs). If you're eating multiple times throughout the day, you may feel more full. This may lead to smaller meals instead of several large meals. Even when meals/snacks are small, if they are calorie dense, they can help induce weight gain. Add extra calories to meals and recipes. In addition to eating more calorie dense foods, you can also increase calories in your favorite meals and recipes. Adding extra foods or using higher calorie ingredients in your recipes is an easy way to bulk up your total calories. The more of a caloric punch you can add to meals, the more calories you'll consume over a given day and week. In recipes, use full-fat dairy products or dried milk in soups, stews or casseroles calling for water. Drizzle extra olive oil or add an extra pat of butter to salads, steamed vegetables, soups and casseroles. Top lower calorie foods with high-calorie toppings. For example, top whole milk yogurt with nuts and granola or top your salad with full-fat shredded cheese and sunflower seeds. Perform strength training activities. Strength training can aid in your weight gain. As you build lean muscle mass, you may notice your weight increases. This is highly important when attempting to gain weight. Many people do not realize that exercise is crucial to weight gain, just as it is to weight loss. Strength training activities include: weight lifting, isometric exercises (push-ups or crunches) and Pilates. Strength training does burn calories, just not as many as aerobic activities. However, it's still important to be aware of how the calories burned during these exercises affects your weight. For medication consult online in private.
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Dear Sir, How many contain found in the 100 gram/ml water how many carbs, protein etc. Please give me correct answer.

Diploma in Clinical Nutrition, Certified Diabetes Educator, Diploma in Sport & Exercise Nutrition, Diploma in Human Nutrition, Lifestyle Medicine, BSC IN LIFE SCIENCES
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
Dear Sir, How many contain found in the 100 gram/ml water how many carbs, protein etc. Please give me correct answer.
Water contains no calories and no carbs, proteins or fats. It contains some minerals depending upon the source of water.
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