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Dr. Sajidurrahman.C  - Homeopath, Malappuram

Dr. Sajidurrahman.C

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Homeopath, Malappuram

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Dr. Sajidurrahman.C is a popular Homeopath in Perinthalmanna, Palakkad. He has been a practicing Homeopath for 4 years. He is a BHMS . You can visit him at The Cure Homeopathic Speciality Clinic in Perinthalmanna, Palakkad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Sajidurrahman.C on Lybrate.com.

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I am only 11 years old. But in my face some small like pimples are appearing. Is that an infection or something else? I live in indirapuram. And please also suggest the cure ness of this infection.

BHMS
Homeopath, Malappuram
I am only 11 years old. But in my face some small like pimples are appearing. Is that an infection or something else?...
Dear Lybrate User, As you are entering in your puberty age It is normal to have pimples by sex hormone. Wash your face with cold water when ever you are exposed to dust. Reduce high fat food. It will help you to reduce recurrence Thank you.
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After having heavy meals, what should be the appropriate sitting/sleeping position for relaxed feel?

BHMS
Homeopath, Malappuram
After having heavy meals, what should be the appropriate sitting/sleeping position for relaxed feel?
Dear Lybrate User, While sleeping always try to sleep on your right side it will help your heart to work proper As heart is at your left side. Sitting erect is better if you are sitting for prolonged time. Thank you.
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Hello my daughter who is of 20 years old is suffering from burning sensation in her abdomen also suffers the same while urinating please tell me what to do? It is her detail below.

BHMS
Homeopath, Malappuram
Hello my daughter who is of 20 years old is suffering from burning sensation in her abdomen also suffers the same whi...
Do an urine examination Drink more water about 4 litter a day And do a habit of taking one cup of water before every meals Avoid spicy foods Do this for 2 weeks and If symptoms still persists you may need some medications Thank you.
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I am suffering from sleeplessness for the last one week but there are no high stress factors but still unable to know the reason why I am suffering from sleeplessness. Please advise.

BHMS
Homeopath, Malappuram
I am suffering from sleeplessness for the last one week but there are no high stress factors but still unable to know...
Avoid using stimulant like coffee, cigarettes or alcohol in evening Have good diet Make a fixed time to sleep and wake ups Do regular exercise Select a habitat to sleep which is slight cooler than day time If there’ is no relief After doing these all for one week Then you need some medication.
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Hi, Even my CT cardio angiogram is normal, can I get cardiac arrest or heart attack (my LDL is 236 which shown is high)? Please explain me doctor.

BHMS
Homeopath, Malappuram
LDL is the bad cholesterol Always check LDL: HDL ratio, Reduce eating red meat and dairy products Fried foods And take more HDL increasing foods such rich in omega 3fatyy acid Walnut, almonds etc Increase soluble fibre such as oats, bran, fruits, vegetables etc.
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Hi, I am a female of age 30 yrs. Recently I got my blood test reports in that lymphocytes count is 3200 cells / cumm. Please explain.

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Homeopath, Malappuram
Hi, I am a female of age 30 yrs.
Recently I got my blood test reports in that lymphocytes count is 3200 cells / cumm....
Lymphocyte levels can change according to a person's race, gender, location, and lifestyle habits. The normal lymphocyte range in adults is between 1,000 and 4,800 lymphocytes in 1 microliter (µL) of blood.
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BHMS
Homeopath, Malappuram

The most commonly abused drugs include:

* Marijuana
* lsd
* Cocaine
* Heroin

Marijuana 

Marijuana is a plant indigenous to asia, and is commonly consumed in three forms:

* hashish the resin of the plant usually reddish brown to black in colour
* ganja refers to the leaves and stem, and is usually greenish in colour
*bhangaa dark brown or black preparation of marijuana leaves and flowers and other additives such as herbs and spices

Common terms and definitions:
* Hashish is also known as hemp, hash, charas, cream, malana cream, afghan snow, kasa, bombay black
* other terms for ganja are pot, grass, dope, mary jane, weed, blunt, herb
* Spliff: marijuana cigarette
* Bong: water pipe for smoking
* Joint / bob: marijuana cigarette made of rolling paper
* Ganga-Jamuna: marijuana-hash combination

How is it consumed?

Bhang is usually eaten or mixed with a cold drink of milk and dry fruits. Hashish and ganja are crushed and mixed with tobacco. The mixture is rolled in a cigarette and smoked.

Visible signs
* Bloodshot eyes
* Extreme form of anxiety or fear
* Uncontrollable bouts of laughter
* Lack of clear and orderly thought or behaviour
* Sluggish speech
* Eating binges
* Peculiar herbal smell in hair, clothes, or in the area where the drug was consumed
* Presence of marijuana seeds, smoking devices (chillums and bongs), smoking paper'roaches' (rolled-up cardboard to create an artificial filter)

Health risks

* it is estimated that one marijuana cigarette is equivalent to five tobacco cigarettes in terms of damage to the body.
* a marijuana abuser risks all the dangers of smoking and many more, including brain damage, infertility, and loss of memory.
* marijuana is a gateway drug, which means that prolonged abuse of marijuana leads to a higher tolerance to the drug, resulting in the abuser trying dangerous drugs such as heroin and cocaine.

Lsd 

Lysergic acid diethylamide (lsd) is a popular party drug, which is extremely potent even in small quantities. This odourless, tasteless, and colourless drug can induce strong hallucinations where the user sees different colours and has strange experiences.

Common terms and definitions: acid, stamp, lucy, sunshine, microdots

How is it consumed?

lsd is usually licked or swallowed. It is sold as tablets, capsules, or in its liquid form added to sugar cubes, postage stamps'windowpanes' (gelatine or cellophane), blotters (small pieces of paper).

Visible signs

* High body temperature
* Dilation of pupils
* Increased heart beat and blood pressure
* Sweating
* Loss of appetite

Health risks

* the worst effect of lsd is what is known as a'bad trip' in which users develop extreme forms of paranoia and fear.
*'flashback' or a sudden recurrence of the user's experience can trigger traumatic or strange experiences, even after many hours or months of abstaining from the drug.
* fatal accidents can occur with lsd usage, especially while driving.
* schizophrenia and severe depression may occur with long-term use.

Cocaine 

Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant derived from the leaves of the coca plant. It is usually a white crystalline powder. Crack, a cheaper form of cocaine, is even more addictive and dangerous than cocaine. Even a single dose is enough to trigger addiction. Cocaine abusers typically develop a tolerance to the drug, and take in higher doses to maintain the same high.


Common terms and definitions:

coke, namak (salt in hindi) coca, flake, snow, heaven dust, crack

How is it consumed?

Cocaine is either snorted or dissolved in a liquid and then injected. Some also mix cocaine with cannabis and tobacco and smoke it.

Visible signs

* fast speech or talkativeness
* increased heart rate and blood pressure
* dilated pupils
* panic
* runny or bloody nose
* restlessness, irritability, sleeplessness
* bouts of high energy followed by exhaustion

Health risks

* seizure, cardiac arrest, respiratory problems that can lead to death
* hallucinations
* severe paranoia
* hiv and other diseases resulting from infected needles

Heroin 

Heroin is a highly addictive derivative of morphine, an extract from the poppy plant. In its purest form, it is a white powder but can also be brown in colour because of the presence of impurities. However, heroin is never sold in its pure form, and is often mixed with talcum powder, starch, sugar, powdered milk, or quinine. As the drug is adulterated, it is difficult to determine the actual dose of heroin, which can be fatal. 

After just few hours or days of the last administration, withdrawal symptoms such as intense craving for the drug, restlessness, pain, sleeplessness, vomiting, and kicking can be seen in the average heroin abuser.

Common terms and definitions:

smack, horse, junk, h, skag

How is it consumed?

A tin foil containing heroin powder is heated underneath. This results in the solid powder turning into a liquid. Users either inhale the fumes or inject the liquid. Heroin is also smoked.

Visible signs 

The heroin addict typically rushes to the bathroom in the morning for his morning dose. Heroin abuse also often causes constipation, leading to prolonged use of the bathroom. Here are other visible signs of heroin abuse:
* runny nose, coughing, sneezing, fever, chills
* mental confusion
* staggered gait
* lack of hygiene
* poor appetite
* vomiting
* scratch marks
* pupil dilation
* calmness (when high) and restlessness (when not high)

Health risks

* coma
* death
* hiv and other diseases resulting from infected needles
* collapsed veins
* infections

Other drugs 

Identifying a drug abuser is not easy because there are several drugs with different effects and health risks. Some drugs are available for research, medical, and other legal uses, but are often abused. If you spot any suspicious behaviour in your child, do not panic, but consult a qualified medical professional with experience in drug abuse treatment. A few other commonly abused groups of drugs include:

* Opiods: opium and morphine, along with heroin, belong to the group of drugs derived from the poppy plant.  
* hallucinogens: in addition to ecstasy, drugs like mescaline and psilocybin are often used to induce altered states of perception. * 
* inhalants: paint thinners, petrol, gases (butane, propane, and laughing gas) are easily available but highly dangerous, causing death within seconds. Every year, several teenagers accidentally inhale these substances, with some developing an addiction over time.


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Homeopath, Malappuram

The most commonly abused drugs include:

* marijuana
* lsd
* cocaine
* heroin

Marijuana 

Marijuana is a plant indigenous to asia, and is commonly consumed in three forms:

* hashisha the resin of the plant,usually reddish brown to black in colour
* ganjaa refers to the leaves and stem, and is usually greenish in colour
* bhang a dark brown or black preparation of marijuana leaves and flowers and other additives such as herbs and spices

Common terms and definitions:

* hashish is also known as hemp, hash, charas, cream, malana cream, afghan snow, kasa, bombay black
* other terms for ganja are pot, grass, dope, mary jane, weed, blunt, herb
* spliff: marijuana cigarette
* bong: water pipe for smoking
* joint / bob: marijuana cigarette made of rolling paper
* ganga-jamuna: marijuana-hash combination

How is it consumed?

Bhang is usually eaten or mixed with a cold drink of milk and dry fruits. Hashish and ganja are crushed and mixed with tobacco. The mixture is rolled in a cigarette and smoked.

Visible signs

* bloodshot eyes
* extreme form of anxiety or fear
* uncontrollable bouts of laughter
* lack of clear and orderly thought or behaviour
* sluggish speech
* eating binges
* peculiar herbal smell in hair, clothes, or in the area where the drug was consumed
* presence of marijuana seeds, smoking devices (chillums and bongs), smoking paper'roaches' (rolled-up cardboard to create an artificial filter)

Health risks

* it is estimated that one marijuana cigarette is equivalent to five tobacco cigarettes in terms of damage to the body.
* a marijuana abuser risks all the dangers of smoking and many more, including brain damage, infertility, and loss of memory.
* marijuana is a gateway drug, which means that prolonged abuse of marijuana leads to a higher tolerance to the drug, resulting in the abuser trying dangerous drugs such as heroin and cocaine.

Lsd 

Lysergic acid diethylamide (lsd) is a popular party drug, which is extremely potent even in small quantities. This odourless, tasteless, and colourless drug can induce strong hallucinations where the user sees different colours and has strange experiences.

Common terms and definitions: acid, stamp, lucy, sunshine, microdots

How is it consumed? lsd is usually licked or swallowed. It is sold as tablets, capsules, or in its liquid form added to sugar cubes, postage stamps'windowpanes' (gelatine or cellophane), blotters (small pieces of paper).

Visible signs
* high body temperature
* dilation of pupils
* increased heart beat and blood pressure
* sweating
* loss of appetite

Health risks

* the worst effect of lsd is what is known as a'bad trip' in which users develop extreme forms of paranoia and fear.
*'flashback' or a sudden recurrence of the user's experience can trigger traumatic or strange experiences, even after many hours or months of abstaining from the drug.
* fatal accidents can occur with lsd usage, especially while driving.
* schizophrenia and severe depression may occur with long-term use.

Cocaine 

Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant derived from the leaves of the coca plant. It is usually a white crystalline powder. Crack, a cheaper form of cocaine, is even more addictive and dangerous than cocaine. Even a single dose is enough to trigger addiction. Cocaine abusers typically develop a tolerance to the drug, and take in higher doses to maintain the same high.


Common terms and definitions: coke, namak (salt in hindi), coca, flake, snow, heaven dust, crack

How is it consumed?

Cocaine is either snorted or dissolved in a liquid and then injected. Some also mix cocaine with cannabis and tobacco and smoke it.

Visible signs

* fast speech or talkativeness
* increased heart rate and blood pressure
* dilated pupils
* panic
* runny or bloody nose
* restlessness, irritability, sleeplessness
* bouts of high energy followed by exhaustion

Health risks

* seizure, cardiac arrest, respiratory problems that can lead to death
* hallucinations
* severe paranoia
* hiv and other diseases resulting from infected needles

Heroin 

Heroin is a highly addictive derivative of morphine, an extract from the poppy plant. In its purest form, it is a white powder but can also be brown in colour because of the presence of impurities. However, heroin is never sold in its pure form, and is often mixed with talcum powder, starch, sugar, powdered milk, or quinine. As the drug is adulterated, it is difficult to determine the actual dose of heroin, which can be fatal. 

After just few hours or days of the last administration, withdrawal symptoms such as intense craving for the drug, restlessness, pain, sleeplessness, vomiting, and kicking can be seen in the average heroin abuser.

Common terms and definitions: smack, horse, junk, h, skag

How is it consumed?

A tin foil containing heroin powder is heated underneath. This results in the solid powder turning into a liquid. Users either inhale the fumes or inject the liquid. Heroin is also smoked.

Visible signs 

The heroin addict typically rushes to the bathroom in the morning for his morning dose. Heroin abuse also often causes constipation, leading to prolonged use of the bathroom.

Here are other visible signs of heroin abuse:

* runny nose, coughing, sneezing, fever, chills
* mental confusion
* staggered gait
* lack of hygiene
* poor appetite
* vomiting
* scratch marks
* pupil dilation
* calmness (when high) and restlessness (when not high)

Health risks

* coma
* death
* hiv and other diseases resulting from infected needles
* collapsed veins
* infections

Other drugs 

Identifying a drug abuser is not easy because there are several drugs with different effects and health risks. Some drugs are available for research, medical, and other legal uses, but are often abused. If you spot any suspicious behaviour in your child, do not panic, but consult a qualified medical professional with experience in drug abuse treatment.

A few other commonly abused groups of drugs include:

* opiods: opium and morphine, along with heroin, belong to the group of drugs derived from the poppy plant. 
* hallucinogens: in addition to ecstasy, drugs like mescaline and psilocybin are often used to induce altered states of perception. 
* inhalants: paint thinners, petrol, gases (butane, propane, and laughing gas) are easily available but highly dangerous, causing death within seconds. Every year, several teenagers accidentally inhale these substances, with some developing an addiction over time.

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Hello, How can I get good sleep at night without any interruptions in between my sleep naturally?

BHMS
Homeopath, Malappuram
Hello, How can I get good sleep at night without any interruptions in between my sleep naturally?
Many factor will effect a good sleep, Like diet, mental stress, habitat you sleep etc Avoid drinking coffee at evening or night Homeopathic remedy Andrograhis Q Mixed with coccunut oil and doing head massage will give you good sleep, Thank You.
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