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I am a 25 year old woman and need to get rid of my sinus problem naturally. Its not severe but every morning I wake up with my nose chocked and mouth dry. I tried jal neti but I cant seem to do it properly and the condition worsens. Any other options?
Some times while talking ma nervous system high So that I cnt even say ma name or general talks Happens in months thn stops thn again started Earlier doctors told for counseling regularly.
I am suffering by back pain from hip to centre of back. MRI scan shows L3, L4 L5 inflamated. I took ayur medicines from many recommended ayur practitioners for last 6 yrs. No improvement in pain reduction. Day by day the pain is increasing. Even I took KATI basti treatment for 10 days. I took lot of medicine for intake and ointment and oil for external. I like to know the better consultation who can provide proper medicine.
I have allergy for hot when i'm on hot way then my body there is some pimples growing up Eg like on my chest and my back So doctor what I have to do?
My age is 43 years, and since last 1 year having dark patches on face (Cheeks), which is melasma and dermatologist told that its melasma and is because of hormone change. Tried medicines but still the dark patches do resemble. Would like to know is it non curable, is there any ayurvedic medicine, if yes how much time it will take to get it fully recovered.
I am 16 year old now and now I masturbate 1-2 times in a week but in past at age 13-14 I masturbate alot so I want to know my past masturbation is bad for me at present and for my future.
Suffers from very violent sneezing every fortnightly. To be continued for whole day. Hampering all my activities. Pl help.
I have dandruff. But I've been noticing that my scalp itself decays heavily in form of dandruff. Is it normal dandruff or something different. Can I have a cheap and easy way to get rid of it?
I am 42 years old just recently started spondylisis problem. So what is the special precautions I should take ?
When I play cricket or football, then after running I feel a pain on leg. I have been suffering since 1 year. What can I do? please help me.
Doctor I am facing a problem of ribs pain. It is not a frequent activity but yes it happens. And it always on the opposite side of the heart. I don't know why I am having this. Please consult me with some ans. For next time.
As complex as it may sound, Keratosis Pilaris is a harmless, non-contagious type of skin disorder, which primarily affects people with dry skin. This disease has the potential to convert a person’s once smooth skin into skin as rough as sandpaper.
A number of light-coloured small bumps start appearing on the skin and in most cases, they tend to appear on the upper arms, thighs and buttocks of the affected person. In certain cases, there may be some swelling or redness, which comes along with the bumps. The skin loses its original glow and colour.
As mentioned above, people with dry skin suffer from Keratosis Pilaris. Also anyone with extra sensitive skin who is prone to be allergic to various substances tend to fall prey to this disease. Often Keratosis Pilaris is inherited from other family members as well. Persons suffering from asthma and eczema have higher chances of getting affected by Keratosis Pilaris.
But what leads to such a condition? A protein in our body called ‘keratin’, which protects our skin from various infections, is the main cause behind Keratosis Pilaris. Although there is no particular reason for excess building up of keratin in our body, too much of it under the skin leads to blockages of hair follicles and growth of rashes.
For people who are scared of medical tests, it may be a relief to know that Keratosis Pilaris does not need any sort of testing. Treatment of Keratosis Pilaris is a time taking process and immediate results may not be seen after applying a particular lotion or cream. However, sometimes it gets cured on its own without any medication.
To start off, the amount of time which is spent in water should be limited. In addition to this, there are other steps which may be taken. For example, while taking a shower, hot water should be substituted by warm water. Also, it is vital to ensure that the skin is adequately moist. Two ways of going about doing this are using moisturizers and making use of a humidifier. Make sure you use mild soaps for regular hygiene and for your shower.
Who gets Keratosis Pilaris?
Anyone can get Keratosis Pilaris. It is estimated to affect between 50-80% of all adolescents and approximately 40% of adults. Females may be more frequently affected than males. Age of onset is often within the first 10 years of life and can particularly get worse during puberty. Keratosis Pilaris may however begin at any age. A large percentage of patients have other people in their family with the same condition. It has commonly been seen in twins. Keratosis Pilaris is also seen in atopic dermatitis patients and patients with very dry skin.
One big relief when it comes to having Keratosis Pilaris is the fact that there is little risk at all if a person has it as it is not threatening. That being said, the sooner it is under control, the better! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dermatologist and ask a free question.