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Opp. Shubham Medicose, Risali
Bhilai, Chhattisgarh - 490006
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Chaddamilal Chouksey Homoeopathic Medical college, bilaspur
Predictive Homoeopathy, Mumbai
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    Ek insan ki personality sabse zyada uske chehre se nikal kar aati hai. Lekin isi chehre pe agar daag dhabbe pad jaayein toh iski khoobsoorti mein ek kami si aa jati hai. In today's world, an exposure to an excessive number of pollutants, changed dietary habits and lifestyle are the primary reasons why log apni facial khoobsoorti lose karte jaa rahe hain.

    Fair and clear skin is loved by all. However, kisi ke face pe agar kale dhabbe aur marks pad jaaye toh wohi unke liye ek sabse badi samasya ban jaate hain. Sometimes dark spots may appear because of hormonal changes and due to advancing age as well. Lekin aisa nahi hai ki inko theek rakhne ke liye you cannot take any steps.

    While there are a number of cosmetics that claim to visibly reduce or even eliminate kale dhabe completely. However, not all products work that well and some of them are extremely expensive to purchase. On the other hand, there are several effective ways to get rid of dark spots and marks in a natural way. Some of these do-at-home remedies are described below.

    1. Use lemon to eliminate dark spots: Nimbu ke rass ki madad se aap kaale dhabbo se azaadi paa sakte hain. To reap the benefits of lemon, squeeze a lemon and apply the fresh juice on the affected area or dark spots on your face. Nimbu ke juice ko kum se kum aadhe ghante tak laga rehne dein. Practice the same remedy for at least two months regularly to see great results.

    2. Aloe Vera gel can help: Aloe Vera gel regular basis pe face par lagane se daag aur kaale dhabbe kum ho jaate hain. To reap the benefits of the plant, pluck out a fresh leaf and open it apart to take out the gel. Next, is gel ko aap face par 30 to 45 minutes tak lagaye rakhe. Wash your face with clean water in the end. To see best results, is nuske ko ek mahine tak follow karein.

    3. Honey and Dalchini facepack: Din mein ek baar apne face par honey aur daalchini ka facepack bana kar lagane se daag dhabbe kum hone ke chances bhad jaate hain. To prepare the mixture, mix equal amounts of cinnamon powder and honey in a bowl. Apply this pack on your face and keep it for half an hour. Aadha ghante baad gungune paani se apna face dho lein.

    4. Potato juice: Face se kaale dhabbe hatane ka one of the best methods hai aloo ka prayog karna. To practice this method, ek fresh aloo ko pees lein. Next, apply the potato to your face for at least 20 minutes, before washing your face with lukewarm water. Potato ke tukde dhabbo par lagane se bhi same results paaye jaa sakte hain.

    5. Dahi and Lemon: Mixing equal quantities of curd and lemon juice and applying the mixture on your face also helps lighten dark spots on face. Aap is mixture ko ek mask ki tarah laga sakte hain before washing your face with plain water after 30 minutes.
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    Things that make allergies or asthma worse are called triggers. Dust is a common trigger. When your asthma or allergies become worse due to dust, you are said to have a dust allergy.

    Very tiny insects called dust mites are the main cause of dust allergies. Dust mites can only be seen under a microscope. Most dust mites in your home are found in bedding, mattresses, and box springs.
    House dust may also contain tiny particles of pollen, mold, fibers from clothing and fabrics, and detergents. All of these can also trigger allergies and asthma

    Keep indoor air dry. Dust mites thrive in moist air. Try to keep the moisture level (humidity) lower than 30 to 50%, if possible. A dehumidifier will help control humidity.

    Central heating and air-conditioning systems may help control dust.

    The system should include special filters to capture dust and animal dander.
    Change furnace filters frequently.
    Use high efficiency particulate air (hepa) filters.

    When cleaning:

    Wipe away dust with a damp cloth and vacuum once a week. Use a vacuum cleaner with a hepa filter to help control the dust that vacuuming stirs up.
    Use furniture polish to help reduce dust and other allergens.
    Wear a mask when you clean the house.
    You and your child should leave the house when others are cleaning, if possible.

    Keep stuffed toys off beds, and wash them weekly.

    Keep closets clean and closet doors closed

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    Bladder stones are most often caused by another urinary system problem, such as:

    Bladder diverticulum
    Enlarged prostate
    Neurogenic bladder
    Urinary tract infection

    Almost all bladder stones occur in men. Bladder stones are much less common than kidney stones.

    Bladder stones may occur when urine in the bladder is concentrated and materials form crystals. Bladder stones may also result from foreign objects in the bladder.


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    Symptoms occur when the stone irritates the lining of the bladder or blocks the flow of urine from the bladder.

    Symptoms can include:

    Abdominal pain, pressure
    Abnormally colored or dark-colored urine
    Blood in the urine
    Difficulty urinating
    Frequent urge to urinate
    Inability to urinate except in certain positions
    Interruption of the urine stream
    Pain, discomfort in the penis
    Signs of urinary tract infection (such as fever, pain when urinating, and need to urinate often)

    Loss of urine control may also occur with bladder stones.

    Exams and tests

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    The health care provider will perform a physical exam. This will also include a rectal exam. The exam may reveal an enlarged prostate or other problems.

    The following tests may be done:

    Bladder or pelvic x-ray
    Urine culture (clean catch)


    Prevention has been expanded.

    Prompt treatment of urinary tract infections or other urinary tract conditions may help prevent bladder stones.

    A pimple is a small pustule or papule. Pimples are small skin lesions or inflammations of the skin - they develop when sebaceous glands (oil glands) become clogged and infected, leading to swollen, red lesions filled with pus.

    Pimples are also known as spots or zits

    The development of pimples is primarily connected to oil production, dead skin cells, clogged pores and bacteria (although yeast infection can also cause pimples to develop).

    Sebaceous glands, which are located at the base of hair follicles, can become overactive due to hormone dysregulation, which is whyacne is most commonly associated withpuberty, and why breakouts occur around the time of menses.

    The most likely parts of the body to be affected by pimples are the face, back, chest and shoulders due to the proliferation of sebaceous glands in these areas of skin. Pimples are a sign of acne, especially when a breakout occurs.

    Sebaceous glands

    A diagram of the sebaceous glands (image by openstax college)

    The sebaceous glands are tiny skin glands which secrete sebum - a waxy/oily substance - to lubricate the skin and hair of mammals, including humans.

    Sebaceous glands are found all over human skin with the exceptions of the palms and soles. There is a greater concentration of sebaceous glands on the face and scalp. At the rim of the eyelids, meibomian or tarsal glands are a special kind of sebaceous gland that secrete meibum, a special type of sebum that helps maintain the eye's tear-film by preventing evaporation.

    Several medical conditions are linked to an abnormality in sebaceous gland function, including:

    Acne (pimples).
    Sebaceous cysts - closed sacs or cysts below the surface of the skin.
    Hyperplasia - the sebaceous glands become enlarged, producing yellow, shiny bumps on the face.
    Sebaceous adenoma - a slow-growing tumor (benign, non-cancerous) usually presenting as a pink, flesh-colored, or yellow papule or nodule.
    Sebaceous gland carcinoma - an aggressive (cancerous) and uncommon skin tumor.
    Causes of pimples / zits

    The sebaceous glands, which produce sebum, exist inside the pores of our skin. The outer layers of our skin are being shed continuously.

    Sometimes, dead skin cells are left behind and get stuck together by the sticky sebum, causing a blockage in the pore.

    Pore blockage is more likely to occur during puberty (the process of physical changes by which a child becomes an adult capable of reproduction) as the sebaceous glands produce more sebum at this time.

    Where sebum and dead skin cells accumulate and block a pore, this encourages the growth of undesirable bacteria, includingpropionibacterium acnes - the slow-growing bacterium linked to acne.

    Propionibacterium acnes generally exists harmlessly on our skin; however, when the conditions are right, it can reproduce more rapidly and become a problem. The bacterium feeds off the sebum and produces a substance that causes an immune response, leading to skin inflammation and spots.

    Researchers at the washington university school of medicine identified two unique strains of p. Acnes in the skin of 20% of people with pimples, while those with healthy skin tended not to harbor these strains. The situation was reversed for another strain of p. Acnes: those with pimples tended not to harbor this strain, but it was present in healthy skin. As such, it seems that particular types of bacteria determine the severity and frequency of pimples.
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