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Neelam Nagar Medical Centre

Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, General Physician, Homeopath
16 Recommendations
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, General Physician, Homeopath.Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you.

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Neelam Nagar Phase 1,Mulund East
Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400081
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YMT Homeopathic Medical College
Hahnemann College of Homeopathy, London
PG Hom, London
  • BHMS, PG Hom, London
    Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, General Physician, Homeopath
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  • PG Hom, London, BHMS
    with the exams approaching, the pressure increasing and the anxiety reaching the pinnacle; being able to concentrate on what you study and remembering it is the most important concern of the hour.

    Here are some tips which will help you to concentrate on your studies and remember whatever you have studied:-

    * keep your cell phone aside. These days, the cell phone addiction has become more difficult to cure than any other addiction. It is better to switch off your cell phone and keep it in a place far from your reach so that you can concentrate on what you are needed to concentrate on rather than what is pulling your attention.

    * make a timetable and stick to it. Make a proper schedule of each day which will include what time will you wake up, when you will eat, when you will take a nap etc. Even include what subject and what chapters you will study each day. This will make your revision planned and hassle free.

    * take adequate sleep. It is necessary to sleep at least 6 hours in a day even during exams as your brain needs that much time to recuperate from the stress and strain. Studies have shown that taking an adequate sleep of 6 hours in a day, increases productivity and improves your ability to remember what you have studied that day.

    * take a short nap after lunch. The grasping ability reduces after eating lunch and hence it is a good habit to take a power nap of 7 to 8 minutes after lunch.

    * keep your body properly fed and properly hydrated. There is no specific food that will help you improve your grasping ability. All the foods are important enough to provide the necessary nutrition to your brain and, in turn, improve its grasping and retaining ability.

    * lastly, don't over exert yourself. Stress is only going to make you forget what you have read. If possible, perform meditation for 10 to 15 minutes in the day to relax your mind and refresh you for the whole day of studying.
  • PG Hom, London, BHMS
    With the increasing stress levels and fast life, getting a good night peaceful sleep has become a distant reality.
    Practicing some of the following tips can help you get better sleep:
    * perform some yoga exercises for half an hour in a day.
    * perform some form meditation which will clear your mind of the stress. Meditation not only mean sitting in one place and chanting but it means doing any activity which calms your senses.
    * drink half a cup of lukewarm milk half an hour before going to sleep.
    * avoid drinking any stimulants especially coffee at least half an hour before going to sleep.
  • PG Hom, London, BHMS
    The much spoken about, latest hype, one of the most famous weight loss tricks that have taken the world by surprise- Garcinia Cambogia- is commonly known as mangosteen or in local language nothing but a variety of kokum. Hailing from the same family as kokum, Garcinia Cambogia is believed to do wonders for those trying to lose weight. Instead of spending a fortune behind availing this magic powder, you can even try drinking a glass of kokum sherbet and then perform regular exercises. It will work the same and not even burn your pockets.
  • PG Hom, London, BHMS
    having come across many people suffering from some or the other condition in the mouth, I thought of spreading some general awareness about some common conditions happening inside the mouth that one should watch out for:
    *mouth ulcers: the most common complaint of the day today hectic and stressful life is mouth ulcers. Mouth ulcers or aphthous ulcers are commonly caused due to vitamin deficiency or stress or injury or even due to constipation. Ulcers that are recurrent are majorly due to vitamin b12 and folic acid deficiency. A routine course of the two usually solves the problem. However an ulcer that is unusually big or lasts longer than a month needs intervention.
    *discoloration of the mucosa: the commonest discoloration that is seen is - black, blue, red or white.
    Black discoloration- this can be due to consuming lead, tobacco or smoking; imbalance in melanin production or pigmentation or even due to infection of the gums.
    Blue discoloration- is commonly due to lichenification of the mucosa.
    Red discoloration- is commonly due to some infection in the nose or ear or some minor bleed in the two.
    White discoloration- white discoloration of the gums or anywhere in the buccal cavity needs special attention as the commonest reasons for it include fungus infection, viral infection by warts or even cancer.
    Any changes in the color of the buccal mucosa should not be ignored and needs special attention.
    *fibrosis: with an increase in the use of cigarettes and tobacco, a condition called submucosal fibrosis is on the rise. This condition presents with symptoms like- difficulty in opening the mouth, pain in trying to open the mouth, burning during eating, recurrent mouth ulcers, stiff tongue and improper speech- being the common few.
    Your mouth is the reflection of what is happening on the inside. Keep it clean and don't ignore any changes that happen.
  • PG Hom, London, BHMS
    Your hair is one of the very important features that compliment your looks. When you spend hours and money and energy to get that perfect hairstyle, why don't you do anything to improve its roots? it is more important to have strong healthy hair rather than having fancy hair. Here are some home care tips that you can follow to get healthy hairs:

    General care:

    The most important thing to remember about hair is they are the last to get nutrition and the first to pay the price due to lack of it.

    Drink at least 4 to 5 liters of water every day. Water is necessary for providing moisture to all the organs of our body. Our body supplies water to the organs that are very important for survival. Our skin and hair are the last organs to receive water. This is, in turn, necessary for the shine in our hairs.
    Eat proper nutritious diet by consuming lots of salads and greens leafy vegetables. Nutrition is necessary to make the roots stronger and ultimately your hair strong.
    Daily consumption of one serving i. E 7 to 8 nuts like almonds, cashews or 3 to 4 walnuts provide enough supply of natural oils that are required to give that shine to your hair.
    Regular oiling and massaging the scalp creates an oily layer around the hair shaft and reduces the chances of absorption of natural moisture from the hair. This, in turn, reduces dry hair, dry scalp and dandruff and ultimately split ends.
    Don't apply styling gels and sprays to the roots as they cause clogging of the pores which cause the hair roots to become weak leading to hair fall.
    Avoid frequent styling of your hair as it tends to make your hair roots weaker.
    As much as possible, let your hair dry naturally than using an electric dryer.
    Don't tie your hair too tight as it loosens the hair roots.
    Cover your hair while in contact with a lot of wind and under direct sun. Both of these cause dryness of the hair and loosening of the roots.

  • PG Hom, London, BHMS
    have you ever wondered about all the nutrition that you are losing while choosing what to cook? many of the so-called waste products of our day to day vegetables are very nutritious indeed. Some of the examples being-

    Rice bran or commonly known as goora or konda or thavudu is, in fact, the very rich source of phosphorus and iron.
    Leaves of some of our most common veggies like carrots, cauliflower, rajgeera, Bengal gram (harbhara) and beetroot are very rich sources of iron and calcium each. In fact, when beet contains hardly 1.19 mg of iron, its leaves contain 16.2 mg; when cauliflower contains 33 mg of calcium and 1.4 mg of iron, its leaves contain 626 mg and 40 mg of calcium and iron respectively; carrot contains 80 mg of calcium and 1.03 mg of iron and its leaves contain 340 mg and 8.8 mg of calcium and iron respectively.
    Stem of lotus is commonly known as kamal gatta is one of the richest sources of iron and proteins.
    Many people throw away the meat of tender coconut after drinking water and vice versa if the water is not required for cooking when indeed coconut is a very rich source of energy especially when one is trying to lose weight and a rich source of folic acid, various electrolytes and even calcium.

    Please think of what you do and do not include in your foods. Every edible thing made by nature is useful in some way or other. The appropriate use of it can benefit us or someone close to us.

    For more help regarding eating proper food, please consult privately.
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