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Suffering from skin & scalp psoriasis for last 5 years. Visible patches on both legs below knees & scalp. Presently undergoing ayurvedic treatment. But no improvement. Please Help.
Hi my age 23. I have kidney stones in left side. The size of the stone is 5mm and also I have pain in left testis in sometimes. testis pain is related to kidney stones are not. And previous 3 months I use homeopathy medicine. Recently I was joined a gym. My gym master suggest me take 3 boiled eggs per day. It is any harmful to take eggs to my body. I was read in somewhere that boiled eggs is harmful to kidney stones patient. What is right please suggest me sir.
Report on18-3-16 Sgpt 115 Bilirubin total = 1.40 direct = 0.72 indirect = 0.68 Report on 31-3-16 Sgpt 17 Bilirubin total = 0.87 direct = 0.45 indirect = 0.42 I got jaundice but now reports showing counts are normal may I know is this coz I'm taking medicine or it is really normal I took medicine in the morning and gave blood sample in the evening! Also suggest me some diet and from when I can eat normally? Junk food and all: p.
My 8 year old child Causes of Burning feet and Recurrent fever i test blood & urin is all normal but fever not gone. i given paracitom & peptin syrup.
I have fever (37.5) and my heart beat rate is also above 100, between 100 -110, I also have a headache what should I do harshit porwal.
I am 22 years old, I have continuous headache for last one month. Alot of hair losing. What can I do?
A common neurological syndrome, Migraine is characterized by altered bodily perceptions, severe pounding headaches, nausea and irritability. This pounding or pain usually begins in the forehead, the side of the head or around the eyes and gradually gets worse. Bright lights or loud noises can worsen the condition. The headache can last for two hours or even up to two or three days.
Change in weather conditions, missing a meal, stress, alcohol and certain types of food items are considered to be common causative factors of Migraine. About 50% of women claim that their menstrual periods happen to be a significant trigger. Additionally, allergic reactions, exposure to loud noises or certain odors, smoking, or long exposures to computer screens/televisions could lead to Migraine attacks.
Nausea and vomiting
Depression or euphoria
Craving for certain food items
Constipation or diarrhoea
Stiff muscles (especially in the neck)
The traditional science of Ayurveda does not regard Migraine as a case of prolonged headaches. On the contrary, it considers this condition to be caused by deep-rooted problems, including a sensitive nervous system and impaired digestion.
Improper diet and lifestyle causes aggravation of Pitta (Ayurvedic humor representing Fire) in the body. In an aggravated state, Pitta impairs digestion, leading to production of digestive impurities (known as ama). This ama gets stored in the manovahi strotas (mind channels), thereby becoming the cause for pains in migraine.
A sensitive nervous system lowers the ojas (energy) in the body. Ojas is the essence of all body tissues and provides strength to the nervous system and body. If you have a strong nervous system, you are able to fight against problems and carry on with your work with a healthy mind. Lowering of ojas causes migraine-like problems.
Ayurvedic treatment of Migraine therefore is centered on the pacification of Pitta Dosha, and restoration of digestive function in the body. Nervine tonics are also recommended to enhance the ojas, relax the mind and give strength to the nervous system.
Diet & Lifestyle Advice
Avoid hot, spicy foods, fermented foods, white sugar, white flour products, and sour or citrus fruits, because they aggravate the Pitta in your body.
Drink more water and eat more fiber, fruits and vegetables, and whole grains.
Avoid excessive sugar or salt, refined foods, animal products (meats and dairy), caffeine, tea, and alcohol, as these items will further lead to aggravation of Pitta.
Avoid direct exposure to the sun, as migraine headaches are predominantly a Pitta disorder and can be triggered by the hot sun.
Head massage with Bhringraj Oil is also beneficial. This massage gives a calming effect to your nervous system.
Headaches caused due to tension and worry can be alleviated through deep breathing and relaxation, especially in a lying down position in a quiet place. Inverted postures, or those where the head is lowered briefly, increase oxygen to the brain and can reduce headache-causing strain.
If there is a burning sensation with you migraine headache, apply a paste of ground clay or sandalwood powder mixed with rose water.
In case of migraine headache due to inflamed sinuses, inhale steam with vinegar added to the water.
Mix ¼ teaspoon of clove powder with 1 teaspoon of cinnamon oil. Apply this paste on the affected area for 20-30 minutes.
Hello I am suffering for moyamoya disease I am 14 years child my weight is 23.50 I also suffering for full body paralysed and my head both side operation and when I have 1 years old my heart operation my heart fitting a pda device in Bangalore in narayana heardyala and I go Bangalore10 Times and valour 8 Times valour hospital cms and Bangalore nimhans hospital manipal hospital
Rapid recognition of cardiac arrest is the essential first step of successful cpr 10.
As per guidelines, the lay rescuer who witnesses a person collapse or comes across an apparently unresponsive person should confirm unresponsiveness by tapping the person on the shoulder and shouting" are you all right"
If the person does not respond, the rescuer calls for help or ambulance and initiates excellent chest compressions.
Lay rescuers should not attempt to assess the victim?s pulse and, unless the patient has what appear to be normal respirations, should assume the patient is apneic or without respiration.
Remember even well?trained professionals can have difficulty determining if breathing is adequate or pulses are present in unresponsive adults.
After assessing responsiveness, health care providers should quickly check the patient?s pulse.
While doing so, it is reasonable to visually assess the patient?s respirations.
It is appropriate to assume the patient is in cardiac arrest if there is no breathing or abnormal breathing (gasping) or if a pulse cannot be readily palpated within 10 seconds.
The key point is not to delay cpr.