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A lipoma is a slow-growing, fatty lump that's most often situated between your skin and the underlying muscle layer. A lipoma, which feels doughy and usually isn't tender, moves readily with slight finger pressure. Lipomas are usually detected in middle age. Some people have more than one lipoma. A lipoma isn't cancer and usually is harmless
The cause of lipomas is unknown. Lipomas tend to run in families, so genetic factors likely play a role in their development.
Symptoms--lipomas can occur anywhere in the body. Lipomas are:
- Situated just under your skin. They commonly occur in the neck, shoulders, back, abdomen, arms, and thighs.
- Soft and doughy to the touch. They also move easily with slight finger pressure.
- Generally small. Lipomas are typically less than 2 inches (5 centimeters) in diameter, but they can grow.
- Sometimes painful. Lipomas can be painful if they grow and press on nearby nerves or if they contain many blood vessels.
- Less frequently, some lipomas can be deeper and larger than typical lipomas.
Several factors may increase your risk of developing a lipoma, including:
Being between 40 and 60 years old. Although lipomas can occur at any age, they're most common in this age group.
Genetics. Lipomas tend to run in families.
Homeopathy today is a rapidly growing system and is being practiced all over the world. Its strength lies in its evident effectiveness as it takes a holistic approach towards the sick individual through the promotion of inner balance at mental, emotional, spiritual and physical levels. When lipoma is concerned there are many effective medicines are available in homeopathy, but the selection depends upon the individuality of the patient, considering the mental and physical symptoms.
- Calcarea carb 200— Calcarea carb is one of the top remedies for lipoma. Calcarea carb persons are fatty and flabby and they have a tendency to excessively sweating on the head. They are sensitive to cold air. Calcarea carb persons have a special craving for boiled eggs and indigestible things like lime and chalk. In some cases, long-standing constipation and acidity may be associated with lipoma.
- Sulphur 200- Sulphur is an excellent constitutional drug for the treatment of lipoma. Sulphur patients experience extreme hot sensations in the body. The heat may be more marked in the palms, soles, and head. The skin looks dirty and it is dry. There is a history of skin complaints. Sulphur persons have marked aversion to bathing. They have a craving for sweets.
- Belladonna 200- Belladonna is best for lipoma when it is painful. The pain may worsen when touching the lump.
- Thuja occidentalis 200- Thuja got a great power of dissolving fatty accumulations. Thuja is prescribed when the person with lipoma has high cholesterol levels.
- Baryta carb. 200- Baryta carb is another effective remedy for lipoma. Baryta carb is suitable for persons who are backward mentally and physically. They are dwarfish and take cold easily. They are very sensitive to cold, very offensive foot sweat, very weak and weary, must sit or lie down or lean on something.
- Lapis albus 3x- Lapis albus is best for lipoma when it has a certain elasticity and pliability about them rather than stony hardness.
- Calcarea flour 30— Calcarea flour is prescribed when it is stony hardness in nature.
Ayurvedic view & treatment of Shwitra(vitiligo)-
Shwitra or Shwet-Kushtha can be co-related with skin disease "vitiligo" in modern biomedicine. According to Ayurveda view, the skin is one of the essential sense organs.
Vata and bhrajaka pitta reside in the skin (called twak in Sanskrit). As the skin covers the whole body, bhrajaka pitta should be maintained in a proper state, and it needs continuous care.
An imbalance in Vata and bhrajaka pitta may cause skin diseases.
Ayurvedic management of vitiligo:--
1) Vitiligo is purification therapies (shodhana karma) using herbal decoction Vaman Virechan Basti 2) oil massage using oil selected on the basis of patient examination (rogi pariksa) and disease (roga) & lepam
3) Jalokavacharan(leech therapy) as shown in the photo
I've been prescribed Finax 1 mg for 6 months and more F 5% for lifetime for treating hair fall problem. My 6 Months is getting over. Should I continue finax 1 mg. I am seeing an improvement in my hair growth. What should I do? Will my hair again start falling if I stop finax 2 mg?
I am suffering hair fall in patches and it's happening from past few years, please suggest any medication or hair oils to use Thanks in advance.
I am 22 years old My face was always oiling, so what kind to be used so that this problem solved ,and many pimples are here Now I am use garner face wash and Himalaya face cream Please give some solutions.
I am 24 year old girl & I am suffering from severe hair loss. I am tired of trying everything. Now my hair become very thin. Please help me.
What you eat has a direct effect on your skin; eat healthy and your skin looks healthy, eat unhealthy food and your skin looks dull. Eating right can even fight signs of aging thus, negating the need for procedures like Botox. Not only does it cost less, but healthy food boosts your overall health as well.
Here are 6 such foods that can help you fight signs of aging and give you a flawless complexion.
Turmeric: Turmeric is well known for its yellow colour and anti-inflammatory properties. Many home remedies suggest the use of turmeric for a number of health ailments including skin conditions. Turmeric can fight signs of aging by reducing inflammation and oxidation. This, in turn, helps the skin heal faster. This spice can be added to your food or mixed with warm milk to benefit from it.
Tomatoes: Tomatoes are rich sources of vitamin C and lycopene. Vitamin C helps stimulate the production of collagen and hence keeps the skin firm while lycopene protects the skin against harmful UV radiation. As a general rule of thumb, the deeper red the tomato is, the better it is.
Berries: Berries such as blueberries and raspberries are excellent sources of Vitamin E and antioxidants that fight against the effects of pollution and rids the body of free radicals and other toxins that cause premature aging. These berries also have anthocyanins that boost the effects of vitamin C
Honey: Honey can be eaten or applied topically on the skin to benefit from it. Honey helps keep the body hydrated by absorbing moisture and preventing the skin from drying out. It also has antibacterial properties that prevent acne and other breakouts. Ideally, honey should be used and consumed in its raw, unprocessed form.
Nuts: Nuts are a great snack that keeps your skin looking young and fresh. Almonds are excellent sources of vitamin E that help fight acne, psoriasis and eczema among other skin ailments. Walnuts are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids that keep the skin soft and supple. Brazil nuts are also rich sources of vitamin E. However, keep in mind the high calorific value of these nuts and do not overindulge in them.
Avocados: Avocados are filled with essential fatty acids that moisturize and nourish skin. They are also rich in Vitamin B, C and E. While vitamin C boosts collagen production, vitamin E maintains the elasticity of skin and prevents sagging.
The clothes we wear are often dictated by fashion and with our desire to conform with the latest cultural trends around the world. However, from a health perspective, the most important consideration of how you dress should be based primarily on local weather conditions. So it is perfectly ok to pull out your parkas, mittens, scarfs, stockings and jeans if you are located in a chilly and snowy location. In hot and humid India, it makes much more sense to wear light, breezy, thin clothes like dhotis, salwars, skirts, shorts or lungis. You can land up with painful and dangerous medical conditions with clothes unsuitable to your climate.
Here's how your clothing could be harming you:
- Increased heat rashes or miliaria. Your vest could be the culprit!: A very common skin condition seen in hot and humid weather conditions is called “miliaria” and is caused by blocked sweat ducts. Thick, tight clothes hamper normal evaporation of sweat into the atmosphere and cause this kind of irritable heat rash. Simple physics dictates that any extra or double layer of cloth, like a vest, would further hamper evaporation and aggravate these rashes. While vests may save your overlying shirt from getting damp, they are certainly bad news for your underlying skin which has to carry the unevaporated sweat on its surface.
- Increased chances of fungal and bacterial infections. Ditch the Denim!: The hot and humid environment within slim-fitting, thick clothes creates ideal conditions for fungi and bacteria to proliferate. Itchy, red rashes like ringworm appear in the groins, underarms and other parts of the skin. Painful boils and itchy, pus-filled folliculitis are common and often require surgery. This kind of dangerous environment is easily created within the skin-hugging denims you see so many people wearing all around you.
- Bacterial and fungal resistance to antimicrobials: Your dermatologist will treat your infections with appropriate antibiotics or antifungals. Unfortunately, in this era of global warming, many patients fail to respond and are tortured by recurrent, severe infections in spite of adequate dosing of medicines. One major reason is clothing and fashion which does not match the environment, creating ideal conditions for resistant, harmful bugs to multiply. You should choose lighter, airier, non-synthetic clothes that let your skin ‘breathe’ and does not allow sweat, dirt and deadly bugs to stick to your skin.
- Increased chances of urinary and genital infections: Tight, synthetic undergarments are thought to increase chances of genital and urinary infections. Tight and ill-fitting underwear can also cause discomfort, soreness and chafing by repeated friction.
- Body Odor: Body odor can be embarrassing and is aggravated by full-sleeved shirts, long undergarments, tight leggings, stockings and skinny jeans.
- Allergic dermatitis: Many individuals develop allergic rashes with certain common items like jewellery, footwear, earrings, cloth dyes, wristwatches and metallic buttons. A combination of heat, sweat and dissolved allergens precipitates these rashes in predisposed individuals.
- Environmental damage! Use minimum clothes: You definitely need to cover your skin, but are you cluttering your wardrobe with clothes that you keep on purchasing and hardly ever use? The apparel industry exploits huge amounts of natural resources like water, plant products, petroleum products, chemicals and electricity. You yourself require quite a bit of water, laundry detergents, and electricity just to maintain your clothes. Is it worth the environmental cost to purchase and maintain clothes that you will hardly ever use?