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Arogyam Health & Panchkrma Centre

Ayurveda Clinic

The Big World Soman City, Shop No. 2, Thane West, Mumbai
1 Doctor · ₹500
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Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and fin......more
Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and financial concerns.
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Arogyam Health & Panchkrma Centre is known for housing experienced Ayurvedas. Dr. Sonia Shekdar, a well-reputed Ayurveda, practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for Ayurvedas recommended by 64 patients.

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10:00 AM - 01:00 PM 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM

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The Big World Soman City, Shop No. 2, Thane West,
Mumbai, Maharashtra - 421301
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Dr. Sonia Shekdar

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda
19 Years experience
500 at clinic
₹500 online
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10:00 AM - 01:00 PM
05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
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Dental Tips!

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Keeping your brush at a 45 degree angle while brushing so that the bristles do not hurt your gums.

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Hijama Or Cupping Therapy

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Hijama Or Cupping Therapy

What is hijama or cupping therapy?

Cupping (hijama) is the process of applying cups to various points on the body by removing the air inside the cups to form a vaccum.
This therapy increases innate and acquired immunity, haemolises old rbc against high pressure gradient and enhances natural excretoey function of the skin.
Human body is kept under physiological homeostasis by the bodys system and organs. Disease etiopathogenesis iccurs against physiological homeostasis and this varies according to etiology of each disease.
There are 
1 dry cupping
2 wet cupping

Dry cupping is just applying cups and making a vaccum 
Wet cupping here after applying cups it is removed and small pricks are made by using sterile lancet whicb is quite painless a slight ant bite sensation is sensed by the patient and after incision again the cups are placed at the same area and stagnant blood and impurities are withdrawn.

Benefits of cupping in diseases as follows

  • Headache, migrane, hypertension. Cough. Influenza
  • Depression
  • Hyper cholestrol
  • Hypertension
  • Liver disease
  • Jaundice
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Piles
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Prostate and erectile dysfunction
  • Skin disease
  • Heart disease
  • Peptic ulcer
  • Weight loss
  • Hair loss
  • Renal diseases 
  • Constipaion
  • Sciatic pain
  • Arthritis
  • Epilepsy
  • Infertility
  • Stop smoking
  • Hemiplagia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Fatique 
  • Menstrual problem
  • Lumbago
  • Leucorrhoea
  • Anal fistula
  • Tingling feet
  • Frozen ahoulder 
  • Deafnesa
  • Tinnitus
  • Finger paraestbeaia
  • Tendinitis
  • Tennis elbow
  • Alopecia
  • Tb
  • Sterility
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Monsoon Weather

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Drink plenty of water at least 3.5 litres to prevent dehydration in Hot Humid weather to protect your kidneys.

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What Is Halitosis ?

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Clean the surface of your tongue daily by using a professional tongue cleaner as they remove bacteria which contribute to bad breath (halitosis).

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Tips For Acne Prone Skin

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1. Use of neem oil externally is very effective for acne prone skin.
2. Consuming neem tablets also helps to fight acne.
3. Drink atealst 8-10 glasses of water per day.
4. Avoid junk food like spicy food, chips, chocolates, sauce etc.
5. Wash your face 4 times a day with a mild face wash.
6. Avoid using cosmetics to your skin, keep it natural.
7. Include work out in your routine for better blood circulation to fight back acne.

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How To Control Vaginal Discharge?

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How To Control Vaginal Discharge?

Any bodily discharge can be embarrassing. If you don't know how to hygienically cope with vaginal discharge, you may have issues with odor and/or staining that can lead to additional embarrassment. While many discharges are normal and help keep the pH balance of your vagina intact, other discharges can be the sign of real issues that need to be addressed either with over-the-counter medication or by seeing a qualified doctor.

See if your discharge is normal. Normal vaginal secretions will be clear or milky in appearance. This natural lubricant helps clean your vagina, keeping it free from unhealthy germs. Normal secretions are odor-free. Secretions may be thin, stringy or have white spots. If this sounds like your discharge, leave it alone. Natural discharge is very important in keeping your vagina healthy.

Learn the types of vaginal discharge. There are several different types of vaginal discharge. These types are categorized based on their color and consistency. Some are normal, while others may indicate an underlying condition that requires treatment.

  • Thick, white, cheesy discharge – This is usually a sign of a yeast infection. May also be accompanied itching or swelling around the vulva.
  • White, yellow or grey discharge – Especially if accompanied by a fishy odor, this type of discharge is likely a sign of bacterial vaginosis. May also be accompanied by itching and swelling.
  • Yellow or green discharge – A yellow or green discharge, especially when it is thick, chunky, or accompanied by a bad smell, is not normal. This type of discharge may be a sign of the infection trichomoniasis, which is commonly spread through sexual intercourse.
  • Brown or bloody discharge – Brown or bloody discharge may be a product of irregular menstruation, but can also be a sign of more serious illness such as cervical cancer if accompanied by pelvic pain or vaginal bleeding.
  • Cloudy yellow discharge – This type of discharge, especially if accompanied by pelvic pain, may be a sign of gonorrhea.

Consider the state of your body. Factors that affect vaginal discharge include what you eat, your menstrual cycle, whether or not you're on the pill, if you are breast-feeding, what medications you are taking, whether or not you are pregnant, and whether or not you are under stress.

  • You can also be at risk of throwing off your vagina's natural pH balance if you are on antibiotics or if you use vaginal douches, feminine hygiene products or perfumed soaps. While anti-biotics cannot be avoided, douching and scented feminine products should always be avoided as these are bad for your body.
  • Other things that can put you at risk include pregnancy, diabetes or other infections that are near or around that area of the body.

Look for foreign objects. Leaving in a tampon for too long can cause unusual discharge. Some women forget they even had a tampon up there! You can also end up with other objects in your vagina which can cause a discharge (as your body tries to expel it). A common example is a piece of a broken condom.

Know the difference between colors and odors of vaginal discharge. Off-color or foul odors in the vaginal region can be the sign of a pelvic infection after you've had a surgery, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), vaginal atrophy during menopause, trichomoniasis or vaginitis, and several other vaginal infections, all of which should be diagnosed by a doctor and treated as advised by your doctor.

  • Vaginal discharge with bacterial vaginosis will be gray, white or yellow. It will also have a fishy odor.
  • If you have gonorrhea, you might have a cloudy or yellow discharge.
  • Yeast infections can be apparent if you have a thick, white discharge. This discharge is often described as having a cottage cheese consistency. Cottage cheese discharge is also characteristic of chlamydia, a common STI.
  • If you have an irregular period or endometrial or cervical cancer, you may notice a bloody or brown discharge.
  • If you have trichomoniasis, yellow/green frothy discharge that has a bad odor may affect you.
  • If you don't have health insurance, there are clinics (like Planned Parenthood) which offer gynecological exams and treatment that are inexpensive or free.
  • Avoid taking medication until you know what the cause is. There is medication for things like yeast infections, but you should not self-diagnose a yeast infection if this is your first time getting one. Taking yeast infection medication without a yeast infection can lead to future problems.

Vitiligo And Leucoderma - How Homeopathy Can Help In Treating Them?

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Vitiligo And Leucoderma - How Homeopathy Can Help In Treating Them?

The main pigment responsible for the hair and skin color is melanin. Melanocytes are the cells involved in the formation of melanin. Vitiligo is a dermatological condition (depigmentation) characterized by white spots or patches that appear in the body. Lack or absence of melanin is often responsible for the appearance of the white patches. Improper functioning or destruction of the melanocytes may interfere with the cell's ability to produce melanin. The condition can also affect your hair, scalp, eyebrows, and eyelashes, resulting in their premature graying or whitening.

Vitiligo can be localized (only one or very few body parts are affected), generalized (affecting many body parts) or segmented (the condition affects only one side of the body). An autoimmune condition such as Diabetes (Type-1) or Hashimoto's thyroiditis may trigger the destruction of the melanocytes. Vitiligo may also be a hereditary condition. In some cases, stress or exposure to harmful chemicals may be responsible for the destruction of the melanocytes.

While many people confuse vitiligo with leucoderma, there is a small difference between the two. Like vitiligo, the white watches in leucoderma appear due to the destruction of the melanocytes. However, the destruction of the melanocytes in the case of leucoderma may result from an accident, a cut, burn or tear.

When it comes to the treatment, many people prefer homeopathy over conventional treatments and medications. Being natural with negligible or no side effects are the main USP of homeopathic treatment. People with vitiligo and leucoderma have benefitted immensely from the treatment. The treatment may not provide you with immediate results, but it is worth your time and patience. Most of the homeopathic medicines activate the melanocytes. This activation triggers the formation of the melanin, thereby resulting in re-pigmentation.


The following homeopathic medicines are very effective against vitiligo and leucoderma.

 

  1. Silicea 30: Silicea 30 is helpful for people with a sensitive skin that appears waxy and pale. In such patients, the patches or spots are not typically white but slightly rose-colored. There is extensive sweating of the hands and feet. The fingertips also appear cracked with brittle nails.
  2. Arsenic Album: In some patients with vitiligo or leucoderma, the skin may appear dry and rough. In addition to the white patches, a person may complain of exhaustion and asthma (not in all patients). The person may show signs of extreme restlessness and anxiety. They freak out over cleanliness and neatness. Such patients benefit immensely from Arsenic Album.
  3. Calcarea Carb is used to treat vitiligo where the patches appear milky white in color. There may be a weakness in the bones as well.
  4. Sepia: Sepia is used when people with vitiligo distant themselves from their families and loved ones.
  5. Nitric Acid 30 is used in the case of the white spots appearing at the mouth, nipples, nose, eyes, penis, vulva (mucous junctions).

 

Also, Sulfur, Psoralea Coryl 3X, Staphysagria, Borax, are equally helpful in treating vitiligo and leucoderma. To play it safe, use the medicines only after consulting a specialist. Self-medication may not be a wise idea. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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