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Dr. A. P. Singhal

MBBS, MD

General Physician, New Delhi

20 Years Experience  ·  250 at clinic
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Dr. A. P. Singhal MBBS, MD General Physician, New Delhi
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Dr. A. P. Singhal is a trusted General Physician in Mayur Vihar, Delhi. He has helped numerous patients in his 20 years of experience as a General Physician. He has done MBBS, MD . You can consult Dr. A. P. Singhal at J M Arogya Clinic in Mayur Vihar, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. A. P. Singhal on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - MGM Medical College,Indore - 1998
MD - Medical College Agra - 2000
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I have breathing problems, also I am having watering eyes very often, I got so sweat while sitting only.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I have breathing problems, also I am having watering eyes very often, I got so sweat while sitting only.
As of now take tablet Histafree M twice a day for five days and syp mucarex 2.5 ml twice a day and we have to examine you for further guidance

Hloo my name is rajkumar ind I have problems in my head. Sometimes my heads is paining what can I do.

MD(EH)/AM/Accupressure
Homeopath, Chandigarh
Hloo my name is rajkumar ind I have problems in my head. Sometimes my heads is paining what can I do.
You should go for vision check up first. As you arr feeling headache sometimes there may be many reasons of headache. At that time you can take disprin two tablets resolved in water once only.
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I am taking milk soaked with raisins. What is the health benefit? And what are side effects?

PGD In Ultraasonography, Non Invasive Cardiology Course, MD - Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Narnaul
I am taking milk soaked with raisins. What is the health benefit? And what are side effects?
Are Raisins good for you? Raisins look very simple and unpalatable with their aged appearance and dry texture but they are one of nature’s healthier alternatives to those sugar-rich manufactured candies and sweet products! Raisins are beneficial not only for gastrointestinal problems but also for constipation. 1. Help In Digestion: Having a few raisins every day is good for your stomach. Raisins contain fibres that start to swell in the presence of water. These give a laxative effect to the stomach and help in relieving constipation. Also, daily intake of raisins keeps the bowel movement regular and the fibers help to keep toxins and waste products out of the system 2. Reduce Acidity: Raisins contain potassium and magnesium in good levels. These help reduce acidity and help remove the toxins from the system, preventing diseases like arthritis, gout, kidney stones and heart diseases 3. Help Against Anaemia: Raisins have a good amount of iron and B-Complex vitamins in them which help to treat anaemia. The copper present in raisins also helps in the production of red blood cells. 4. Help Prevent Cancer: An antioxidant named cateching present in raisins helps in protecting the body against the free radical activity that can cause tumours and colon cancer 5. Help Treat Infections: Raisins contain polyphenolic phytonutrients, which are well known as anti-inflammatory antioxidants. They exhibit antibacterial properties that help lower the risk of fever and kill the bacteria. Thus, having a few raisins a day can keep you safe from cold and other such infections. 6. Help Reduce Sexual Weakness: Consumption of raisins is also good for your sex life. Raisins contain an amino acid named Arginine which increases libido and induces arousal. It is good for men and is used to treat erectile dysfunction (6). Also, the added energy of the raisins helps your conjugal life. Remember the tradition in India where the new bride and groom are given a glass of milk boiled with raisins and saffron? This is an age-old practice that validates the effectiveness of raisins. 7. For The Eyes: Raisins are found to be rich in polyphenolic phytonutrients which are antioxidants that help in keeping your eyesight strong. The antioxidants in raisins help in protecting the eyes by reducing the free radical action that weakens the vision and causes muscular degeneration as well as cataract. Also, as raisins have vitamin A, beta carotene and A-Carotenoid and they are super good for the eyes 8. For Your Mouth And Dental Care: Raisins contain oleanolic acid which is one of the phytochemicals which is essential to keep your teeth safe from decay, cavities as well as brittle teeth. Raisins prevent the growth of bacteria in the mouth to keep the teeth in good shape. As they contain calcium in good quantities, they also prevent the teeth from peeling away or breakage. The boron present in raisins is good for keeping germ build-up in the mouth low 9. For Your Weight Management: If you are desperately trying to gain weight, then these raisins are your best friends. Raisins are rich in fructose and glucose and give you loads of energy. They will help you gain weight without accumulating bad cholesterol 10. For Good Bones: Raisins also contain good amounts of calcium which is good for boRaisins For The Skin: Raisins are nutritious, give high energy and contain low-fat food. These help in keeping the skin healthy and beautiful. Following are some benefits of raisins for the skin: Unlike topical creams, raisins protect the skin from inside by guarding the cells from any damage. They are packed with phenol, an antioxidant that prevents the free radicals from damaging the skin cells, collagen and elastin. This helps delay the appearance of the signs of aging like wrinkles, fine lines and blemishes. The antioxidants in raisins speed up the skin repair system, plump out the skin and prevent it from damage. They also rejuvenate the skin cells and prevent sagging of the skin. Raisins contain resveratrol, a substance which is highly beneficial for maintaining the health of the skin. It removes the toxic and black cells from the blood to purify the blood. It also helps improve the production of red cells in the body. This, in turn, makes the skin clear, shiny and nourished. Blood toxicity, also known as acidosis, is a condition that increases the acidity in the body. This can lead to skin complications like boils, pimples and psoriasis. The high amounts of magnesium and potassium in raisins neutralizes the stomach acid. This helps cure acidosis and keeps the skin healthy and problem-free. Consumption of black raisins accelerates the functions of the liver to detoxify the body. This helps flush out the toxins from the body to get a clean and glowing skin. Raisins also help to protect the skin against sun damage. The phytochemicals in them protect our skin cells from the damage caused by the exposure to the sun. The amino acids in raisins boost skin renewal and form a protective barrier against sun damage. This is useful to prevent skin cancer. The antioxidants in the raisins combat the free radicals in the body (16). This slows down the oxidation process and prevents the disintegration of the DNA of our skin. Raisins contain vitamins A and E that help stimulate the development of new cells in the skin’s outer layers. They improve the hydration of the skin to make it supple and younger looking. Regular consumption of raisins also makes the skin glowing and beautiful. Raisins For The Hair: Raisins contain plenty of hair-friendly nutrients like vitamin B, iron, potassium, and antioxidants which are required for improving the condition of the hair. Some of the benefits of raisins for the hair include the following: These tiny treats are packed with iron, a nutrient that is required for maintaining the health of the hair. A deficiency in iron can cause a dull and lifeless mane and severe hair loss. Iron improves the blood circulation in the body and stimulates the hair follicle cells. This makes the hair healthy and strong. So munch a handful of raisins daily to get your dose of iron. Raisins contain a large amount of vitamin C which facilitates the absorption of minerals and provides nourishment. This helps maintain the natural colour of the hair. Consuming a handful of raisins daily will strengthen the blood vessels. This, in turn, will reduce flakiness, dandruff and itchiness of the scalp. The resveratrol present in raisins inhibits scalp inflammation and cell deaths to prevent hair loss. Raisins also fight hair loss caused by environmental damage. Consuming foods rich in antioxidants can prevent hair loss to a great extent. The antioxidants in raisins prevent hair damage by stimulating healthy hair follicles. They also promote healthy cells essential for hair growth. Raisins contain several essential nutrients that promote the health of the hair. Vitamin C in raisins maintains the follicle’s connective tissue, also known as collagen. This promotes hair growth. Vitamin E further strengthens the cell membranes and prevents the free radicals from attacking the hair follicles. Selection And Storage: Packed or canned raisins are available in the local grocery store throughout the year. Several brands and grades of raisins are available, so always buy raisins of good quality. Raisins are available in small serving-size boxes and large containers. Try to purchase raisins that are sold in transparent containers, or loose, so that you can check their quality. While buying packaged raisins, make sure that the container is properly sealed and is not tampered. Substandard and low quality raisins have thin flesh and very poor taste. Buy raisins that are plump in appearance and are not very shriveled. Avoid buying old stocks and those that have molds, excess moisture or are rotten as this will affect their appearance and edibility. Shake the box or container and avoid buying boxes that rattle loudly as this indicates that the raisins have dried out. Raisins are best consumed within six months from the date of purchase. Proper storage is very important for maintaining the freshness and the quality of raisins. Raisins are ideally kept in a cool and dry place. They stay fresh for more than two months if kept in an airtight container and will last even more if stored in a refrigerator. Refrigeration is recommended if you are preserving the raisins for later consumption. You can store them in the refrigerator for up to one year and in the freezer for up to two years. Prolonged cold storage may result in the crystallization of the sugar content of raisins. To prevent the crystallization, transfer the raisins from the container to an airtight storage bag and press out the air as much as possible. Seal the bag properly and place it in the refrigerator or the kitchen cabinet. This will prevent the raisins from crystallizing or turning stale. You can even soak them in warm water to dissolve their crystals. Ne health. They help you from arthritis and gout. Fresh and properly stored raisins do not require any special attention before eating or using them in a recipe. Raisins can be enjoyed alone or can be combined with other dry fruits like dates, almonds, apricots and prunes for a healthy snack. They taste best when taken with warm milk. You can add raisins to your breakfast cereals, homemade granola or sprinkle on a bowl of oatmeal. You can also keep them in your purse or bag for a healthy on-the-go snack. If the raisins have dried out, place them in a bowl filled with hot water for a few minutes. You can use this raisin-infused liquid for preparing a side dish. Use soaked raisin on top of a chicken dish or layer it with plain yoghurt to make a dessert parfait. Their sweetness and texture makes them a great addition to poultry stuffing. Raisins are used extensively in salads and are added to curries in some cuisines. They go well with most of the baked foods and are a sought after item in the confectioneries. They are added in muffins, cookies, biscuits, pies, and cakes. They are also used in the preparation of jams, jellies and puddings.
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I am Suffering from Bipolar disorder. Should I take Risp 1 mg (half) before Dinner. Please advise

MBBS, D.P.M, MD, PLAB, MRCPsych
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I am Suffering from Bipolar disorder. Should I take Risp 1 mg (half) before Dinner. Please advise
Dear lybrate-user, There are a lot of effective medications (mood stabilisers) available for bipolar mood disorder. However,these medications differ in their mechanism of action and side effect profiles. The dose of the medications also has to be adjusted for every patient so as to have maximum benefit with minimal side effect. I will strongly recommend that you should not self treat but start treatment only under the supervision of a qualified psychiatrist. Hope you find this helpful.

Sir my neck Is pain sometimes. Am feeling under comfortballad. Am talking more and more medicine but it has no cure for me please help me sir. What kind of medicine I take.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
Some times it could be due to faulty sitting posture. Take Xray cervical spine to exclude cervical spondylitis. Consult orthopedic specialist

My name AnilMassey I am serious from piles decease please I want to a good Dr. my age 50.

BHMS
Homeopath, Murshidabad
My name AnilMassey I am serious from piles decease please I want to a good Dr. my age 50.
Dear Lybrate User, You should take the following medications as directed:- 1) 5 drops of Homoeopathic SULPHUR 200 once in a week. 2) 5 drops of Homoeopathic AESCULUS HIP 30 at early morning daily before brushing teeth 3) 5 drops of Homoeopathic PODOPHYLLUM 30 before going to bath daily. 4) 5 drops of Homoeopathic HAMAMELIS 30, just one hour before dinner daily. If you experience bleeding during stool then you need to carry on the following home-therapy:- i) Pour about 50 ml of liquid Betadine in a tub of lukewarm water & stir it until it is mixed. Ii) Sit inside that tub of lukewarm water in a squatting position so that the Betadine mixed water can come in contact with the point of bleeding. Iii) Maintain this position for at least 30 minutes daily. Follow the aforesaid rules & continue the aforesaid medication for one month.

MBBS, Diploma In Child Health
Pediatrician, Hyderabad
Common Asthma Myths.

Asthma is a potentially dangerous disease, and according to WHO estimates, 235 million people around the world suffer from it. It is also the most common chronic health condition among children.

 

In the event of an asthma attack, the airways of the lungs become inflamed, and the condition is triggered by allergens such as mould, dust, pollen, and pet dander. The symptoms include frequent coughing, shortness of breath and wheezing, fatigue, and other changes in lung function. Anything that triggers allergies can also lead to asthma symptoms. 

 

Because of the severity of this disease, it's important to get the facts right, so as to avoid mishaps and interference in proper treatment. On World Asthma Day, we set record straight on this condition, its causes, symptoms, and treatment.

 

Myth: People with asthma shouldn't exercise. 
If the asthma is under control, there is absolutely no reason why people with the condition can't be physically active. It is important for both adults and children to stay active and healthy to prevent obesity. Obesity is an asthma trigger that can make symptoms worse.


Myth: Asthma can be cured. 
Not true. Asthma is treatable, but despite great progress in the field of medicine, we still don't have a cure for this condition. Some people believe that alternative medicine such as homeopathy or Ayurveda have the potential to cure asthma, but this is simply not true. Only a timely diagnosis and appropriate treatment can help people with asthma lead normal, active lives.

 

Myth: Inhaled steroids are harmful and addictive.
A lot of people confuse inhaled steroids with anabolic steroids that are used in sports and fitness. Inhaled steroids are asthma preventer medications, and currently, these medications are the only way to keep severe asthma under control. They are effective and non-addictive.

 

Myth: Children outgrow asthma. 
It is a misconception that children who have asthma outgrow it by the time they hit puberty. The disease does go into remission in some kids around puberty, but this is not because the asthma has been cured. Most often, the symptoms strike again, and sometimes the asthma returns when young adults start consuming alcohol.

 

Myth: Smoking does not affect asthma. 
False! Smoking is a major asthma trigger, which is why people with asthma have an even stronger reason than most to quit this harmful habit. Second-hand smoking by a parent also triggers asthma symptoms or worsens them in kids. Many people with asthma find when they quit smoking they experience significantly fewer symptoms and less frequent asthma attacks.

 

Myth: Moving to a dry climate can cure asthma. 
It's true that a change in environment may temporarily put off asthma symptoms, but it's not possible that this will cure the disease. Many people find that their symptoms reduce when they're at the countryside or the coast. Eventually, allergens will trigger the symptoms again.

 

To reduce asthma triggers at home, make sure your house is dust-free. Clean your fans and AC units often. Avoid carpeting and other furnishings that trap dust and mould. Keeps your windows closed during pollen season. If humid climate is a trigger for you, use a dehumidifier in your home.

 

Myth: It's normal to use your inhaler at least once a day.
Not true! If you are regularly your inhaler to treat asthma symptoms more than twice a week, then it is obvious that your condition is not under control. It's important that you see your doctor and talk about what's going on.

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Please doctors suggest me the home remedies for sinus in 17 years old boy specially in cold season?

MBBS, Diploma in cosmetology, Cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
follow advises given below 1. Drink of of water 2. Avoid allergen 3 Take proper home made diet. 4. Do Steam inhalation carefully by steam inhaler twice a day for 2-3 days, consult ENT doctor
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I am doing a govt job, whenever I try to sleep at night my head is paining too much. please help me.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am doing a govt job, whenever I try to sleep at night my head is paining too much. please help me.
Check your eye sight for refractive error and we also have to rule out sinusitis or migrane as the cause of headache after clinical examination
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