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Hi sir as per my question I got best answer from you im happy with that can you please let us know that how to use RABLET - L tablets.

Dr.K V Anand 93% (34418ratings)
BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Hi sir as per my question I got best answer from you im happy with that can you please let us know that how to use RA...
Dear user. Rablet L Capsule is a medicine that is used for the treatment of Gastric Acidity, Stomach Ulcers, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Gastro-Intestinal Reflux, Intestinal Ulcers, Mental Disorder and other conditions. Usually the doctors prescribe to take it half an hour before food. But you should talk to your doctor how youshould take it. Take care.
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Molecules Roles They Play In Sleep!

Dr.Aravinda Jawali 91% (1523ratings)
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Molecules Roles They Play In Sleep!

Benzodiazepines are a family of molecules, some of which are used as sleep-inducing medications, while others are used as tranquilizers. 
Benzodiazepines bind to a specific site on a neuron’s receptor for GABA, a neurotransmitter that counteracts the brain’s wakefulness mechanisms. Thus benzodiazepines promote sleep by augmenting this natural process.

The same gabaergic receptor also has binding sites that can be used both by barbiturates (a class of drugs once commonly used as sleep aids but now almost never used for that purpose) and by anesthetics, whose purpose is to put surgical patients to sleep.

Molecules that build up and make you sleep

As each day draws to a close, you feel the need to lie down and go to sleep. The onset of sleep, which seems like such a simple phenomenon from a behavioral perspective, is actually quite complex from a molecular one.
In the early 20th century, French psychologist Henri piéron hypothesized that prolonged wakefulness causes the build-up of a “sleep toxin" that is subsequently broken down during sleep. To test his hypothesis, piéron walked dogs through Paris at night to prevent them from sleeping. He then injected their cerebrospinal fluid into the brains of other dogs. He found that these other dogs then slept longer and more deeply than usual.

We now know that the “hypnogenic” (sleep-inducing) substances that piéron hypothesized do in fact exist. Some of them are small protein molecules that are produced by brain structures such as the hypothalamus and that inhibit the neurons of the wakefulness system.

But these proteins are not the only hypnogenic molecules. The build-up of serotonin in certain parts of the brain during periods of wakefulness also contributes to the onset of sleep. The serotonin level in certain areas of the brain also affects mood. That is why some problems such as depression and anxiety often lead to sleep disorders. People with low serotonin levels also tend to spend less time in restorative non-rem sleep over the course of the night.

Serotonin also plays an important role in sleep because the body uses it to synthesize melatonin. Melatonin is produced at night and plays a fundamental role in regulating the body’s biological clock. In fact, melatonin governs the entire sleep/wake cycle, whereas serotonin is involved more specifically in wakefulness, in triggering sleep, and in rem sleep.

Diagram of a melatonin molecule-
 (atoms: pale blue = carbon, dark blue = nitrogen, red = oxygen,
White = hydrogen)
Thus sleep is triggered by two inter-related processes: the production and build-up of hypnogenic substances in the body while we are awake, and cyclical fluctuations in substances such as melatonin that are associated with our body’s biological clock. 

Among the hypnogenic substances that build up while we are awake, adenosine has been the subject of much discussion since the mid-1990s. 

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Dominant, Submissive and Other Roles involved in BDSM

Dr.Vijay Abbot 92% (760ratings)
Graduate in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery ( GAMS )
Sexologist, Delhi
Dominant, Submissive and Other Roles involved in BDSM

BDSM which stands for Bondage Domination Sadism and Masochism is a popular catch phrase to describe a certain type of behaviour in humans for gratification of pleasure by using means like bondage, pain, power and discipline. The concept of BDSM differs from person to person as one may consider power and humiliation as means of pleasure while another might consider it to be paraphilia (abnormal sexual desires).

Different roles in BDSM:

Dominance: This is a role assumed by a dom (male) or a domme (female) who controls the other person and the flow of events. Everything during the course of BDSM is regulated (from rules to positions) by the dominant partner.

  1. Daddy/Mummy: A term used to describe the dominant who usually chooses to assume a parental role to the sub.

  2. Master/Mistress: Widely used, this term is used to denote the dominant who demands different degrees of compliance from the submissive. The master/mistress can choose to treat the sub in whatever way they want to.

The dominant can choose to use different forms such as:

  1. Bondage: Using ropes or any device that limits the sub’s movement during the intercourse/foreplay.

  2. Sadism: The dominant chooses to gratify pleasure by inflicting pain on the submissive.

Submission: The submissive one has to adhere to the set of rules laid down by the dominant partner and isn’t allowed to say “no” to any order given by the dominant.

  1. Slave: This term is used to denote a submissive who is entirely at the mercy of the dominant. Chained collars are common in this kind of role play.

  2. Brat: This term is used for a sub who has misbehaved by not complying with the dominant’s wishes and is punished (sexually or by inflicting pain otherwise) for the same.

  3. Pet: The sub is referred to as a “pet” (kitty/pony/puppy) and treated as one by the dominant. Collars, tails, leashes and cages are some of the equipment used in this kind of BDSM. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.

In case you have a concern or query regarding sexual health ask a doctor online, you can consult the best sexologist doctor online, & get the answers to your questions.

 

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Dominants and Submissives Relationships: Different Roles in BDSM

Gautam Clinic Pvt Ltd 93% (8242ratings)
Sexologist Clinic
Sexologist, Faridabad
Dominants and Submissives Relationships: Different Roles in BDSM

BDSM which stands for Bondage Domination Sadism and Masochism is a popular catch phrase to describe a certain type of behaviour in humans for gratification of pleasure by using means like bondage, pain, power and discipline. The concept of BDSM differs from person to person as one may consider power and humiliation as means of pleasure while another might consider it to be paraphilia (abnormal sexual desires).

Different roles in BDSM:

Dominance: This is a role assumed by a dom (male) or a domme (female) who controls the other person and the flow of events. Everything during the course of BDSM is regulated (from rules to positions) by the dominant partner.

  • Daddy/Mummy: A term used to describe the dominant who usually chooses to assume a parental role to the sub.

  • Master/Mistress: Widely used, this term is used to denote the dominant who demands different degrees of compliance from the submissive. The master/mistress  can choose to treat the sub in whatever way they want to.

The dominant can choose to use different forms such as:

  1. Bondage: Using ropes or any device that limits the sub’s movement during the intercourse/foreplay.

  2. Sadism: The dominant chooses to gratify pleasure by inflicting pain on the submissive.

Submission: The submissive one has to adhere to the set of rules laid down by the dominant partner and isn’t allowed to say “no” to any order given by the dominant.

  • Slave: This term is used to denote a submissive who is entirely at the mercy of the dominant. Chained collars are common in this kind of role play.

  • Brat: This term is used for a sub who has misbehaved by not complying with the dominant’s wishes and is punished (sexually or by inflicting pain otherwise) for the same.

  • Pet: The sub is referred to as a “pet” (kitty/pony/puppy) and treated as one by the dominant. Collars, tails, leashes and cages are some of the equipment used in this kind of BDSM.

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I am 31 years old, I have a stomach ulcer and I have a back pain too. Should I take rablet it or rablet d or the antacids like welcid?

Dr.Karuna Chawla 96% (112022ratings)
BHMS
Homeopathy Doctor, Noida
I am 31 years old, I have a stomach ulcer and I have a back pain too. Should I take rablet it or rablet d or the anta...
This medicine (proton pump inhibitor (ppi).) will not cure problem. It only works by reducing the amount of acid in the stomach. The day you do not take medicine normal acid production will be there n you will have symptoms. Do this 1. Don't take tea empty stomach. Eat something like a banana (if you are not diabetic) or any seasonal fruit or soaked almonds and a glass of water first thing in the morning (within 10 mins of waking up). No only biscuits or rusk will not do. 2. Don't overeat 3. Take your breakfast every day. Don't skip it. U can eat whatever your mother or grandparent eat in bfast. I mean to say whatever is your traditional food. If punjabi eat paratha, if belongs to south then take idli/ dosa etc. 4. Have light meals every 2 hours (in addition to your breakfast, lunch n dinner) e.g. Nariyal paani, chaach, a handful of dry fruits, a handful of peanuts, any fresh n seasonal fruit (eat whole fruit not juice), a cup of curd/milk etc 5. Finish your dinner at least 2 hours before going to sleep. Take simple food like rice n dal in dinner. 6. Maintain active life style7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods, carbonated beverages 8. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. It contains a lot of fiber which will help reduce tendency for constipation 9. Drink lot of water.10. Everyday preferably sleep on same time 11. Take half cup of cold milk when you feel acidity, it will help. Curd is good for u. 12. If its very severe then elevate your bed raising the head of your bed six to eight inches can help gravity keep gastric acid down in your stomach. This is for long term results but for now to bring your digestive system back on track you need to take medicines. For that I need more details, you can consult me.
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I am post renal transplant patient, may I take this without any problems, veloz m?

Dr.Pahun 91% (28993ratings)
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Jaipur
I am post renal transplant patient, may I take this without any problems, veloz m?
You can take himcocid (himalaya) 2 tsf twice a day empty stomach. Since its ayurvedic and free of any side effects. Still, you want to take veloz m then yes you can take it before 30 minutes of taking breakfast.
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I use rabemac ls for the past 8 years as I have irritable bowel syndrome. But now as I age mine is 53 is it ok to continue rabemac ls.

Dr.Ankur Singhal 93% (2122ratings)
MD - Ayurveda, Dems, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurvedic Doctor, Hapur
I use rabemac ls for the past 8 years as I have irritable bowel syndrome. But now as I age mine is 53 is it ok to con...
Rabemac is not the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Actually it is used for hyperacidity , vomiting and abdominal distention.
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Hi Sir, I am a 46 years old man and i use omeprazole instead of veloz d any problem?

Dr.Sajeev Kumar 92% (39992ratings)
C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hi Sir, I am a 46 years old man and i use omeprazole instead of veloz d any problem?
Both Omeprazole and Velos D are almost same and the veloz d contains an additional ingredient domperidone which is useful nausea or vomiting . You can take veloz d in place of omeprazole
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I have a acidity problem. burning in chest for 4years. Regularly taking medicine (rabemac).

Dr.Jyoti Goel 93% (7197ratings)
MBBS, Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE), Diploma in Clinical Cosmetology
General Physician, Noida
I have a acidity problem.
burning in chest for 4years.
Regularly taking medicine (rabemac).
I am giving you some health tips to avoid acidity 1.Take small frequent meal kindly take 5-6 small meal in whole day 2.Take 6-8 glass of water in a day 4. Moderate physical activity regularly 5.avoid excessive tea, coffee, Avoid food from outside, junk, fried, spicy fatty food 6. Do Not postpone Breakfast 7. Avoid excess citrus fruit 8. Avoid smoking and Alcohol 9. Regular Physical activities 10. Meditation Consult me for further Management
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Hi Doctor, I have been taking rabemac antibiotics but it seems my health is deteriorating, what could be the problem?

Dr.Sajeev Kumar 92% (39992ratings)
C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Rabemac 20 mg tablet is not an antibiotic and it is a drug used in the treatment of stomach ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd) and other acidity related disorders by decreasing the acid produced in the stomach. You may have blood loss and anemia for feeling sick and need checkup.
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