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Dr. Annie Juliet Barla  - Homeopath, Delhi

Dr. Annie Juliet Barla

BHMS

Homeopath, Delhi

5 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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Dr. Annie Juliet Barla is one of the best Homeopaths in Malviya Nagar, Delhi. She has helped numerous patients in her 5 years of experience as a Homeopath. She has completed BHMS . You can meet Dr. Annie Juliet Barla personally at Aditya Charitable Dispensary in Malviya Nagar, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Annie Juliet Barla on Lybrate.com.

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BHMS - Nehru Homeopathic Medical College, Delhi, - 2013
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My daughter aged 5 years 8 months is desperate 6 refusing to go to school. It happened from the third day of reopening of school on 1st june. Till today she is finding reasons to quit school. Can't convince her till nw. She says she misses mother. She says teacher is not good. Teachers mouth is not ok. Etc. weird reasons . Please help. She was a lively girl til the pre primary. .she is always sad smiling , Not eating. Just worries all the time.Please tell.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
My daughter aged 5 years 8 months is desperate 6 refusing to go to school. It happened from the third day of reopenin...
It is a temporary tantrum to seek attention of her mother. May be she was attached to only you with little exposure of outside world including a play school where kids as small as 2 get a chance to play with others, use lots of material with space which is not available within our homes. If this is her 1st school, you do not have to yield in. Be firm with her, send her to school minus lecturing her on benefits of education. Kids forget soon and start playing with other kids but become cranky the moment they get to see mother at pick up time. She will make good friends soon. May be teacher is not as good looking as her mother but tell the girl that it is a colorful world with all kinds of people of races and religions. No need to give her lectures as she will feel about her tantrums being successful, because she got your attention. She will not starve because of not eating but school is a must. Make it very clear that come what may, every child in your colony goes to school, why should she not go to a school. Ignore her attention seeking tricks.
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I am 19 year old and I am having erection problems and also suffer from pre ejaculation.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
I am 19 year old and I am having erection problems and also suffer from pre ejaculation.
Hello- You are a teenager, so do not go for any kind of medication, you can recover with making some changes into your life style. Keep your mind away from porn and other sexual activities, reduce your masturbation frequency and use it as an exercise and not like a means of enjoyment, practice kegel exercise to improve holding strength, take your meals at time and don't skip breakfast, sleep early (do not miss 10-2 sleep at night).
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I have hair fall I used dabur almond hair oil still no growth on my hair please give me horrible solution waste fellow.

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicines and Surgery(BAMS), Post Graduation Diploma in Emergency Medicines And Services(PGDEMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
I have hair fall I used dabur almond hair oil still no growth on my hair please give me horrible solution waste fellow.
Hi apply ketoconazole lotion on your scalp...Apply maha bhringraj oil on your scalp and massage then give hot water fomentation..1-1 drop of cow ghee in both nostrils at night time before sleep....take pranacharya allergin capsule 1-1 twice a day...take lots of proteins like soyabean...egg white.....etc...avoid tea...coffee...spicy food...fermented food...junk food....apply only ayurvedic shampoo on your scalp....do pranayama early morning......
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Hello, me worried about my weight is 85 kg and my height is 5'5" Inch. please give me appropriate solution. M working so always time problem. Always feeling too much tired.

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hello, me worried about my weight  is 85 kg and my height is 5'5" Inch. please give me appropriate solution. M workin...
Hi, thanks for the query. When it comes to weight/ fat loss it's all about being sensible with food. Eat small but frequent meals. This will help maintain energy levels. Avoid long gaps in between meals. Avoid junk as far as possible. Exercise whenever possible. Lastly be committed. Remember it's a lifestyle change and not a one time thing. It's a balanced intake that will last you longer. All the so called diets will only give you muscle and bone loss. The fats will remain as it is. So, try to first follow this seemingly simple tips.
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What diet should a person (male) of age of 75 suffering from psoriasis? He has symptoms of weight loss and weaknesses is very high? Why he (my father) has caught by weakness though he intakes proper routine food?

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Ayurveda, Kolhapur
What diet should a person (male) of age of 75 suffering from psoriasis? He has symptoms of weight loss and weaknesses...
Avoid Dairy products, Bakery products, Nonveg,Soft drinks, spicy food, fast food, junk food, banana and pinapple in fruits. Take green vegetable, fruit vegetables, pomegranet.
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I am 20 year old female. Last few days after my intercourse with my partner when I wake up in the morning its coming pale red color liquid in my private part. Is this a serious health problem. Some days even it's last for the whole day. Please suggest its normal or I need to consult any gynecologist.

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Sexologist,
I am 20 year old female. Last few days after my intercourse with my partner when I wake up in the morning its coming ...
Yes, its a good idea to consult a gynecologist. The red tinge in the vaginal discharge could be due to an infection of the mouth of the uterus, or lacerations in the vagina due to intercourse etc. Examination will reveal the cause and enables the doctor to offer treatment.
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I am a 59 year old lady. I have left shoulder unbearable severe pain since 4 months. Please suggest something to reduce the pain. Awaiting for your reply.

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Physiotherapist, Bangalore
I am a 59 year old lady. I have left shoulder unbearable severe pain since 4 months. Please suggest something to redu...
Shoulder pain can be a result of injury or disease of the shoulder joint. Injury can affect any of the ligaments, bursae, or tendons surrounding the shoulder joint. Injury can also affect the ligaments, cartilage, menisci and bones of the joint. Some minor shoulder pain can be treated at home. Icing the shoulder for 15 to 20 minutes, three or four times a day for two to three days can help reduce pain. Use an ice bag or wrap ice in a towel (putting ice directly on your skin can cause frostbite). Rest the shoulder and avoid any movements that might cause pain. Simple shoulder exercises can help to stretch and strengthen muscles and rotator cuff tendons. If you have severe pain please see a physiotherapist for pain relief modalities and to find out the root cause of your pain. Best wishes.
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Losing Too Much Hair? Here's What You Can Do!

MBBS
General Physician, Chittorgarh
Losing Too Much Hair? Here's What You Can Do!

Luscious, healthy hair is undoubtedly one of the most prominent feature that adds charm to your personality. However, a minor or severe form of physical or mental stress and related problems can adversely affect your hair health and growth pattern.

Are you losing too many hair strands in a day?

If yes, then tentatively, how many?

If the number is about 100, then you need not worry, however, if it is beyond 100 you need to get cautious.

On an average, an adult has 100,000 to 150,000 hair and each hair follicle has its own life cycle, and traverses through three phases during its growth phase; anagen (active hair growth takes place), catagen (transitional hair growth), and telogen (resting phase after which the hair sheds off). Hair fall is a normal physiological process in which the hair completes its life cycle and sheds off. However, excessive hair fall is a health concern that needs thorough evaluation and treatment.

Have you heard of telogen effluvium?

Telogen effluvium (TE) also called as hair loss is a common dermatological condition which causes increased shedding of hair. This happens when there is a premature arrest of the growth of hair follicles and these follicles enter into the telogen phase (resting) followed by diffuse thinning of hair on the scalp. In most cases, the hair thins on the top of the scalp compared to the sides and back of the scalp. The hair loss is temporary and the hair soon recovers.

How common is telogen effluvium in India?

Studies suggest that TE is amongst the most common cause of hair loss. It can occur in both males and females. However, it is found to be more common in females.

 

What are the common causes of telogen effluvium?

Common causes of TE include certain medical condition, stress, pregnancy, crash dieting, nutritional deficiencies, intake of certain medicines, and physical trauma.

A common cause of hair loss in the Indian population is diet. A major proportion of the Indian population consumes a diet lacking essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, predisposing the population to this condition. It, therefore, becomes more important to include vital minerals such as zinc, amino acids (such as L-lysine), and vitamins (such as B6 and B12) to your daily diet or to take supplements available in the market.

Are Indians at an increased risk of nutritional deficiencies?

Yes, Indians are at an increased risk of nutritional deficiencies. Several research studies conducted in the past outline a direct association of nutritional deficiencies with hair loss.

In fact, according to a clinical survey published in Indian Medical Gazette, 9 out of 10 people in the country are unable to consume adequate amount of proteins. Working population settled in urban areas have been found to be most commonly affected by protein deficiencies.

How can you ensure healthy and luscious hair?

Simple 7 steps to healthy hair

Volumes of literature support the need for adding nutritional supplements to the diet to avert the occurrence of hair fall. Often TE gets better once the trigger for the condition is taken care of. However, if in case it persists make sure you consult a medical professional at the earliest.

Step 1: It’s all about what you eat (have a BALANCED DIET!!!)

  • Considering the fact, that a major part of the Indian population are green eaters and they often run short of essential nutrients, one needs to make a conscious effort to have a balanced and nutrient rich diet.
  • Add green leafy vegetables that are an abundant source of iron, zinc, and other vitamins and minerals that are essential for healthy hair growth. Add PROTEIN to your diet. Include milk products, soya products, nuts, fish, lean meat seeds, sprouts, and cereals to your daily diet.
  • Opt for foods packed with vitamin E, like almonds, walnuts, or strawberries which improve scalp circulation, as well as vitamin C-rich foods like broccoli, tomatoes, and other citrus fruits.

Step 2: Massage your scalp regularly

Massage has been found to improve the blood circulation to the hair follicles and stimulates hair growth. Try essential oils such as olive oil, castor oil, rosemary oil, and coconut oil to massage your scalp. Warm oil helps penetrate the scalp more effectively. You can also apply hair serums that are enriched with nutrients that nourish the hair and keep it healthy.

Step 3: Choose your SHAMPOO wisely

Watch out for harsh chemicals like parabens, lauryl sulfate, and sodium chloride. Parabens which are used as preservatives in shampoos can mimic as estrogens which lead to hair loss. Lauryl sulfate, an anionic surfactant used in many cleaning and hygiene products, also cause hair fall. You can also apply certain over-the-counter products that help in better penetration of anti-hair fall medications and enhance their action.

Step 4: Get sufficient Vitamin D (Don’t hide from the sun)

Little do we realize that sunlight actually plays a critical role in promoting hair growth. Sunlight helps you get your daily dose of Vitamin D which is helpful in managing hair fall, so don’t hide from it!

Step 5: Say NO to stress

Stress is amongst the key factors governing a happier and healthier you. So, make sure it does not serve as a roadblock in your health.

Eat healthy and bring in basic lifestyle changes in your day to day life to avert the chances of triggered hair fall.

Step 6: Go for hair growth supplements

-Keratin makes up most of our hair strands and amino acids such as cysteine, lysine, arginine, and methionine play a critical role in the formation of the hair strands. The market is loaded with several supplements (oral and topical) that help to provide the hair with essential nutrients and vitamins. You can choose to pick supplements that are a source of vital minerals and vitamins essential for hair growth.

Step 7: Seek help from a dermatologist/ trichologist

  • In case your hair fall tends to worsen or does not improve with dietary and lifestyle changes, it is best to consult a dermatologist. He/she will examine your scalp and may suggest certain tests to rule out any underlying cause of hair fall. He/she may also prescribe some topical or oral medications and supplements to help manage hair fall better.
  • So, go ahead and try these simple and effective everyday tips to ensure that your hair stays healthy and strong.
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I have fever from two days. I have taken medicines but I am not feeling well yet. What should I do. And also I have pain in my neck.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I have fever from two days. I have taken medicines but I am not feeling well yet. What should I do. And also I have p...
For fever take tablet paracetamol 650 mg and eat nutritious food and have adequate fluid intake and take physical rest and get your blood checked for cbc, mp, widal, sgpt and urine r/m and revert back to us with reports.
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I have type 2 diabetes. Taking medicine. What should be my diet chart? I also have belly fat. And HbA1C is 6.5.fasting 163 and pp 129. Walk 45 mnts daily.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I have type 2 diabetes. Taking medicine. What should be my diet chart? I also have belly fat. And HbA1C is 6.5.fastin...
lybrate-user, Thanks for the query. The blood glucose levels (fasting is high & PP is normal) and HbA1c% both show there is a good control. To reduce "belly fat" you will have to do a good deal of abdominal exercises as well as some aerobics like skipping, jogging. Plus increase the intake of green leafy vegetables, salads and permitted fruits. Avoid deep fried foods, junk foods, bakery items, pastries, foods made from maida. Always use whole grain flour for roti and chapati. Take small quantity of food per meal and take 4 to 5 meals in a day. Also use fenugreek seeds (methi) roasted or powdered, before every meal about 2 to 3 spoons. Thanks.
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