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Dr. Suppaiah

VHMAS, Diploma in Yoga

Allergist/Immunologist, Bangalore

25 Years Experience
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Dr. Suppaiah VHMAS, Diploma in Yoga Allergist/Immunologist, Bangalore
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Dr. Suppaiah is a renowned Allergist/Immunologist in Kengeri Satellite Town, Bangalore. He has been a successful Allergist/Immunologist for the last 25 years. He has completed VHMAS, Diploma in Yoga . He is currently associated with Life Orientation Centre in Kengeri Satellite Town, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Suppaiah and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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VHMAS - Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical College Hospital and Research Centre - 1992
Diploma in Yoga - Bharati Vidyapeeth University - 2000
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I have allergies form smoke, sand and wind, when I go to out of house I have coughed which medicine to prevent this allergies.

BHMS, VLIR Belgium, Canadian Academy Of Homeopathy
Homeopath, Navi Mumbai
Hello Lybrate user, Yes, it seems that you are allergic to the most common triggering factors. You need to rely upon the most trusted form of therapy for allergy: Homeopathy. With homeopathy your immunity will be boosted and you will develop immunity against allergies. This requires a regular follow up and systematic treatment. With one medicine, you can not expect a cure. You can contact me for such constitutional problem.
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I am getting cold every time, because of dust aim getting cold. Please suggest me a permanent solution.

DNB(Respiratory Diseases), MBBS
Pulmonologist, Jabalpur
Respiratory allergy due to dust are very common. You need to identify the allergens and then take treatment for the allergy properly, otherwise the allergic disorders are known to be progressive.
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I am allergic to dust and once inhaled I get a bad cough and cold. Please suggest what should I do?

MS - ENT,MBBS
ENT Specialist, Kolkata
I am allergic to dust and once inhaled I get a bad cough and cold. Please suggest what should I do?
Dust allergy is partly genetic and partly environmental. Thus it never goes away. With better, less dusty environment  the extent if the problem gets reduced. Medicines help to downregulate the immune response of your body to these environmental allergens. Long term lifestyle  changes with gradually tapering medication  helps to tackle chronic sinus problems.  Start taking Steam inhalation twice a day. *For chronic allergic rhinosinusitis you will need to take a long term course of antibiotics  together  with Nasal sprays. *You will need to avoid dusty environment  and dust mites, animal dander etc. Regular cleaning of AC air filters. Wearing mask while driving 2 wheelers/working in dusty  areas Medical  management  is done for 3 months and then patients  condition is reviewed.  Intermittent treatment is not beneficial  in the long run. . If you share your reports on Lybrate I can help you better. Hope this helps
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Sir frequently I have breathing disorders. I feel like choking. At that time I get very nervous. Mostly it happpens at night.

MD, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Pune
It is due to hypersensitivity. You need to improve your immunity. Kindly take ayurvedic tablets for that so that you can breathe easily and avoid choking. Regards
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Doctor sab mere khatte padarath lemon tomato etc. Se allergy hai. 4-5 din bad allergies hoti hai red bubble ho jate hain itching hoti hai.

B.H.M.S., Senior Homeopath Consultant
Homeopath, Delhi
You can take rhus tox - 30 / 5 drops in little water thrice a day for one day only. Then start with bovista - 30 / 5 drops in little water thrice a day for one week. Revert back after one week with feedback
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I had bronchitis and. Sinus problem. Is there any permanent solution 3years back I had varicocele surgery at grade 2 And Iam physically and mentally weaken with this problems How can I keep my health in good position.

MS - ENT
ENT Specialist, Gandhinagar
Endoscopy of nose, CT scan PNS , etc will help to come to diagnosis. Avoiding allergens, will help you. You may require Antihistaminics Antibiotics, Analgesics and nasal decongestants. May require surgery….
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I have chronic breathing trouble I. E. Asthma. I have been taking montelukast-levocetirizine for almost five years. Is this the only treatment? Or is there way to get rid of this?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Few tips- Avoid any triggering factor, take folic acid regularly, eat a healthy diet , always be stress free , exercise regularly
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My mom having allergy with cold water, dust particle, smoke, cold wind which results in flu and sneezing what should they do?

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Allergist/Immunologist, Kollam
My mom having allergy with cold water, dust particle, smoke, cold wind which results in flu and sneezing what should ...
Dear lybrate-user, your mother should be advised to avoid cold water and use warm water, avoid smoke ie mosquito coil burning in the the rooms, no smoking in the house do not use wood/gobar for cooking. An allergy test under the guidance of an allergist followed by allergy immunotherapy for dust mites. Taking oral antihistamines at night for 4-6 weeks will be help ful. Thankyou.
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My son vansh bhagotra had facing by many diseases like rabies and asthma suggest any medics for my son.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
It is not correct to say that he is suffering rabies which is fatal and cannot wait . For asthma drugs like asthalin is used
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Hii. Doc I am 19 year girl I have breathing problem. But its not continue. So can I use asthma inhaler for relief ? And which is good for me ?

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Asthma is a variable diseases. Even then go far spirometry to confirm asthma. Can try budamate 200 2 puff/twice/day and see response.
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I am suffering from cold for last 2 weeks. I have dust energy. If the dust is there around me then immediately I'm getting cold. So please suggest me.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Hi, take tab. Septillin 2-0-2after food and rhinorin lehya 1 tsf twice daily followed by milk for 3 months continuously. Avoid cold and refrigerated food. Do steam inhalation twice daily. Avoid sweets and oil fried food. Perform pranayama daily in the morning for 10-15 mins.
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Cough and cold from more than 6 months wet consulted the confirmed sever respiratory insfection.Please help

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Respiratory failure a serious condition. And there if difference Between resp inf and failure.Con. Respiratory physician.
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My Sister Has An Asthmatics Problem During Cold And Also With headache What Can I Do Please Suggest. Thank You.

Doctor of Naturopathy & Natural Medicines, DM - Clinical Haematology
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Agra
My Sister Has An Asthmatics Problem During Cold And Also With headache What Can I Do Please Suggest. Thank You.
Hello! It is advisable that you give the patient cinnamon powder. Soak 1 tsp cinnamon powder overnight in a glass of water and consume it in the morning. Empty stomach but after getting fresh. Cinnamon powder is the most effective natural as well as easy to do remedy for your asthma patient and any problem related to it. For her headache problem -Firstly get her eyesight checked up as soon as possible. Make sure you have her head is in the south or east direction while sleeping… The most effective remedy for these kind of problems is" cow ghee" take 1 spoon of cow ghee and warm it, With the help of a dropper, Pour one drop of cow ghee in each of your nostril. It Makes your head nerves lighter and healthier that too without any side effects. Furthermore it is advisable that you keep her stress free by practicing breathing exercise (pranayam) everyday, It is beneficial for both her asthma and headache as well as cold problems. Lastly make sure she takes at least 8 hours of sleep. Asthma and other such problems related to it can also be cured through simple diet and exercise regimes. Remember that prevention is always better than cure. Thanks.
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I am having deep respiration trouble from last 3 years, I still never went for any check up. I am afraid I may have asthma. What must I do first.

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Allergist/Immunologist, Kollam
I am having deep respiration trouble from last 3 years, I still never went for any check up. I am afraid I may have a...
Dear lybrate-user. Kindly do a lung function test to confirm asthma and allergy skin test for common allergans in your area. Unfer guidance of a chest. Allergy doctor start on inhaled steroids with spacer device oral antihistamines can be added to control allergic rhinitis. Allergy avoidance and environmental control as much as possible. Thankyou.
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My aunt AGE 62 YRS was suffering with asthma since last 15 years and continually using medicine WE THINK SHE WAS suffering WITH bronchitis, but from last 2 months she suffering heavily and treated then DECREASING FOR SOME DAYS AND INCREASING FOR NEXT, HENCE FROM LAST 20 DAYS SHE WAS TOTALLY SICK, SO WENT TO THE SAME DOCTOR WHO IS TREATING FROM LAST 15 YEARS, HE ADVISED US TO ADMIT HER INTO A EMERGENCY.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Dear lybrate-user, your aunt is leading to copd, perhaps she should take certain natural measure to reduce her distress. * go for meditation for deep breathing to strengthen, alveoli of lungs to retain oxygen. *avoid dust, smoke, junk food, cold intake, exposure to cold. Drink luke warm water. Homoeo medicine @ arsenic alb 30 -6 pills, thrice a day @ blatta orient q, 10 drops, mixed with 1/2 cup of lukewarm water thrice a day. Report in week.
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I was suffering from irregular illness when I contacted doctor he said after seeing eisonophills rate high and said I have dust allergy? Is it true.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I was suffering from irregular illness when I contacted doctor he said after seeing eisonophills rate high and said I...
Homoeopathy has good treatment for your problem, without causing adverse effects. Take homoeopathic medicine arsenicum alb 30 daily in the morning and in the evening and give feedback after 6 days.
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Diploma in Community Medicine, MBBS Alternative Medicine, Diploma in Acupuncture
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Delhi
Asthma is serious and should be discussed with your doctor. But there are also home remedies you can try to reduce the severity and frequency of your attacks, and to help manage your symptoms when they happen

An asthma attack can occur when an irritant?usually a common substance like smoke, cold or dry air, pollen, mold, or dust mites?meets a set of temperamental lungs. Hormonal fluctuations, stress, and anger can also trigger an attack. Sometimes there?s no apparent cause. Your difficulty in breathing occurs because the bronchi, the tubes that allow oxygen into your lungs, go into spasms. Accompanying them may be coughing and tightness in the chest. The spasms trigger the release of histamine and other chemicals that cause inflammation and the production of airway-clogging mucus.
For severe asthma attacks?the kind of tightness, wheezing, and shortness of breath that can be really frightening?most people do just what the doctor recommends. Often, that means quick action with an inhaler containing a drug such as albuterol. If that?s what you use, and it works, don?t give it up. And always have your doctor?s telephone number near at hand in case of severe attacks. But for non-emergencies, you?ll want to figure out ways to help yourself breathe easy.
Breathe easier right now
? When an asthma attack comes on, stay calm. Panic can make your symptoms worse. Help yourself along with this visualization trick: Close your eyes. As you inhale, see your lungs expand and fill with white light, and feel your breathing become easier. Repeat this exercise twice more, then open your eyes.
? In a pinch, have a strong cup of coffee or two 355-mL cans of caffeinated cola. Caffeine is chemically related to theophylline, a standard medication for asthma. It helps open airways.
Natural remedies for asthma
? Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine have been using the herb ginkgo to treat asthma for centuries. If you want to try it, take 60 to 250 milligrams of standardized ginkgo extract once a day. One recent study suggests that this herb interferes with a protein in the blood that contributes to airway spasms.
? Magnesium may make you feel better. Much research suggests that magnesium relaxes the smooth muscles of the upper respiratory tract. The recommended dose is 600 milligrams a day.
Help asthma by fighting inflammation
? Omega-3 fatty acids, found in fatty fish such as tuna, salmon, and mackerel, work much like a class of asthma drugs called leukotriene inhibitors. These drugs stop the actions of body compounds that cause inflammation in the airways. Take six 1,000-milligram capsules a day in divided doses.
? Evening primrose oil is rich in an essential fatty acid called GLA, which is converted by the body into anti-inflammatory substances. Take two 500-milligram capsules three times a day. Take them with meals to avoid stomach upset.
? Bioflavonoids, the compounds that give fruits and vegetables their Technicolor hues, have powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic properties. One of the best-known bioflavonoids, quercetin, inhibits the release of histamine. Take 500 milligrams of quercetin three times a day, 20 minutes before meals.
? Turmeric, that yellow cooking spice used to flavor Indian curry dishes, is a first-rate anti-inflammatory. The compounds it contains inhibit the release of COX-2 prostaglandins, hormone-like substances involved in inflammation. Mix one teaspoon of turmeric powder in a cup of warm milk and drink this up to three times a day. Turmeric capsules and tinctures are also available.
Keep a record
? In a date book, make a note of everything you eat for a month. Also record your asthma symptoms. While food allergies are rarely associated with asthma, occasionally there is a connection. Check your diary against your symptoms to see if anything you?re eating increases the frequency or severity of your attacks.
? If you take asthma medication, get a peak-flow meter, available at drugstores.
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What is the better meditation for a asthma patient who is suffering with numoniya now? and what is the suggested food and rest.

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Continue controller medication for asthma, a antibiotic as per culture/sensitivity report of sputum. Avoid cold drinks and icecreame.
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