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Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Skin Care Treatment
Treatment of Migraine Treatment
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Weight Management Treatment
Piles Treatment (Non Surgical)
Sexually Transmitted Disease (Std) Treatment
Cysts Removal Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
Well Woman Healthcheck
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Corn Removal Procedure
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Dr. Neha Khodke provides answers that are well-reasoned, inspiring, sensible, practical and very helpful. Thank u so much for your response, I hope this helps me to overcome my problem.
I found the answers provided by the Dr. Neha Vijayakar-khodke to be very helpful. Thanx i will consult a nearby my homeopathic specialist.
I am migraine headache patient not relief by any medicine Frequency 3-4 days interval. Can I take riboflavin (vit. B2) higher dose i.e 400 mg/day for relief.
I have been suffering from Asthma since the age of 3. My Great Grandfather had Asthma. Other than that there is no history of Asthma in both my paternal and maternal family. For the last 5 years I have been using inhaler (Serobid - a reliever) regularly twice a day, one puff each time. Without that I got breathing problem. Now I am 41 yrs. Can it be controlled/cured with Homeopathy?
Baby has 2 month 7 days old he is very cry when doing the shusu or potty and last 2 days not going potty and not release gas on his stomach what is reason.
I am 29 years female and am suffering from constant pain near my belly button and lower abdomen. I have done all the tests as in ct scan, endoscopy, ultrasound but nothing could be diagnosed. Can this be a gastric pain? Please suggest.
Hi I am a 26 years old female. I am having cough from 2 months. I have been to many doctors and had many medicines but no cure. Doctors said that I am having allergic cough. I have done CBP test, ESR test, and thyroid test. My cbp is good. But my ESR is very high, it should be 29 but my ESR is 86. My thyroid is normal, i.e, I do not have thyroid. After seeing the ESR report the doctor said that i am having an infection in my blood due to which i am coughing. He prescribed medicines but no cure. Please prescribe some medicines or some help to get rid of cough. I can not handle it now. Please help me. Thank you.
I am 21 year old female. I stay in a hostel. My BP is always around 90/50, I mean I have been checking it since 4 years and it's always the same. I crave for salt when I feel I'm stressed or when I feel I would fall down. So, I take a pinch of salt in my fingers and eat it. But, my mom and dad always scolds me for that as it is not healthy. I even know that it is not healthy but I cannot withstand without having salt. I get vertigo and in that case I should have something very spicy or salty to overcome the situation. Please tell me should I have to stop taking extra salt and what should I do when I feel I'm not ok?
In homeopathy only through medicine cure is possible for ocd and social phobia. Or behavioral therapy needed?
Hii sir, I am suffering from headache every day actually I consulted neurologist for this problem .He prescribed Rx .Naproxen in case if you have severe headache and also advised CT scan .That CT report showed no abnormality. Sir, I need to now the reason for headache& nausea everyday & how to avoid this problem.
Let’s face it! We can be bad decision-makers. It’s no wonder then, that we choose work over health, and fast food over nutritious meals, because we just “cannot” find time! And yes, we also tend to think of ourselves as people with superhuman energy. We feel, “If I can work for 9 hours, I can definitely work for 2 more!”
We may be able to push the envelope on some occasions, but the apparent “lack of time” and “fitting in more hours” is bound to take its toll!
For this, just taking some simple measures can make sure that you have enough energy to get through the day… and more. And the best part is, none of these tricks take up much of your time or effort, and anyone can follow them easily!
1. Never hit Snooze
Once you decide on a time to wake up, stick to it. Your body tends to adjust its working to the alarm you have set. When you hit Snooze and fall back asleep, you may be indirectly resetting your body clock, and this makes it even more difficult for you to wake up.
Tip: Always keep your alarm beyond your reach, so that you actually have to get up and walk to dismiss the alarm.
2. Detoxify The Natural Way
Have a glass of warm water with the juice of half a lemon and a teaspoon of honey. This potent mixture balances the acidity of your stomach, cleanses and hydrates your colon and is a natural anti-bacterial concoction. Lemon specifically enhances oral health, warm water helps fight constipation and honey is good for your skin.
3. Ease Into Exercise
If you think that the more vigorous the exercise, the more energetic you’ll get, think again. Intense exercise on an empty stomach can sap you of energy and leave you feeling drained and exhausted for the rest of the day.
Tip: Always start small. Begin with an unhurried walk for 20-30 minutes thrice a week. This will awaken your stamina, and then you can gradually increase your speed and intensity, without feeling fagged out.
4. “Break” Your “Fast”
Never skip breakfast. It’s the first real meal you have after you wake up and sets the tone of your energy for the rest of your day. Keep in mind, though, that breakfast shouldn’t be a handful of nuts, 2 slices of bread or a cup of milk. Breakfast should be balanced and on the heavier side. For e.g. you could have a medium bowl of poha, upma, plate of steamed idlis, egg omelette with multigrain bread, etc. Possibilities are endless, but it’s the right food in the correct amount that clicks.
5. Move Between Work
This is especially for people who work sitting on a chair every single day. Your body (and mind) need a break from the monotony of continuous work to minimize fatigue and maintain your energy quotient.
Tip: Instead of emailing your colleagues, get up, walk to their desk and speak to them. This gives you your needed 2 minute break AND gets your work done too!
6. Keep Yourself Hydrated
Keep a bottle of water by your side always, whether you’re at work, travelling or even at home. You need to down at least 2 litres of water by the end of the day. If you aren’t exactly a fan of plain water, you could have fresh fruit juices and green tea.
7. Fight the Afternoon Lethargy
It is absolutely normal to feel slightly sluggish in the afternoons. That’s when all the processes in your body become relatively slow, and can induce a sense of drowsiness.
Tip: Sip cool water continuously. It will keep you awake and alert. Avoid a heavy meal.
8. Have Your Dinner On Time
Make sure to finish your dinner at least 2 hours before you go to bed. This is because your stomach takes up to 2 hours to partially process the food you have eaten and send it forward to the next step of digestion. Sleeping on a full stomach or within an hour of eating food can predispose you to acidity, reflux and sleeplessness.
9. Never Ever Skip A Meal
Just like a car needs fuel on a regular basis and a laptop needs to be charged often, the human body, too needs to “charge” and requires “fuel”. That fuel is food. Research studies have shown that eating small, nutritious meals every 3-4 hours sustains your glucose levels, keeps your energy on the higher side, and even helps to maintain optimum weight.
10. Take A Break
“All work and no play make Jack a dull boy.” If you keep working continuously, and deny yourself much needed rest, you’re in for a physical and emotional burnout.
Tip:Put your feet up and relax on your couch at home. Or listen to some music while travelling from your workplace to your home.
11. Lights Out
Make sure you get at least 7 continuous hours of sleep at night. Your brain and body have been active the entire day, responding to the demands around you. Sleep is the best way to recharge.
Tip: Sleep in a darkened / dimly lit room. Darkness boosts the secretion of the hormone Melatonin that is known to induce good sleep. Studies have also indicated that Melatonin protects against heart diseases, migraines, diabetes and even has anti-aging properties.
Warning: You won’t get the results you expect in a day, a week or even 2 weeks. You need to follow this routine at least for a month before you experience positive changes in your body… and you need to keep it going regularly, unfailingly, every single day.