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Dr. Sonali S. Padukar

BAMS, Post Graduation Diploma In Hospital Mangement (PGDHM)

Ayurveda, Thane

18 Years Experience  ·  100 at clinic
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Dr. Sonali S. Padukar BAMS, Post Graduation Diploma In Hospital Mangement (PGDHM) Ayurveda, Thane
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Dr. Sonali S. Padukar is a renowned Ayurveda in Shraddha Hospital Thane, Thane. She has helped numerous patients in her 18 years of experience as a Ayurveda. She has done BAMS, Post Graduation Diploma In Hospital Mangement (PGDHM) . You can meet Dr. Sonali S. Padukar personally at Panchkarm Centre in Shraddha Hospital Thane, Thane. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sonali S. Padukar on Lybrate.com.

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BAMS - Sion Ayurved Medical College, - 2000
Post Graduation Diploma In Hospital Mangement (PGDHM) - Garvare Institute., - 2002
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English
Hindi
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National Integrated Medical Association

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Shop No. 9, Vailabh Heights, Kalyan City, Landmark: Near Purnima Talkies, ThaneThane Get Directions
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My skin is black. Kojivit ultra gel kya meri skin ko white kar sakti hain.?? Plllllllllllzzzzzzzzzzzz bataiya.

MD, MBBS
Dermatologist, Chennai
My skin is black. Kojivit ultra gel kya meri skin ko white kar sakti hain.?? Plllllllllllzzzzzzzzzzzz bataiya.
No. It depends on the tone and texture of skin. Do direct online consultation for prescription by sending photo.
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I am 45 yrs. I have dark patches, scars nd uneven skin tone. These r from many years on my face I used fc glow, biluma nd sun screen lotion fr 1 1/2 month nd Luma glow fr 15 days nd stopped. Only 10% worked out. Vry stubborn, Plezzz. Help me out. I want my face to be neat, even without scars patches nd a clear glowing, whitening skin.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
I am 45 yrs. I have dark patches, scars nd uneven skin tone. These r from many years on my face I used fc glow, bilum...
Lemon Juice & Turmeric Powder – the second way you can use oatmeal to exfoliate your skin and get rid of that uneven skin tone is to mix it with a couple of drops of lemon juice and a bit of turmeric powder. Mix the ingredients together well, apply on your skin and allow it to dry naturally
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Is azmarda 50 pill cured cardiomyopathy! though my mother get prescribed by a doc. But I want to know is it curable!

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
Is azmarda 50 pill cured cardiomyopathy! though my mother get prescribed by a doc. But I want to know is it curable!
Clinical trials have shown that Azmarda has shown significant improvement in the Ejection fraction of patients, but it will not be correct that it can completely cure cardiomyopathy but results are promising enough to give patients who do not have any contra-indication a trial of the medication, only after giving the medication can we see for sure whether a patient is responding to the medication or not.
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Super Fact of the Day: Eating makes you sweat!

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
Super Fact of the Day: Eating makes you sweat!
Eating can make you sweat because when you eat, your metabolism increases, which in turn elevates your body temperature. In order to cool down, you then sweat.

Would you like to share this interesting fact with family or friends? go ahead and share!
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I am 27 years old male. Since few days back. Upper back pain has started, also pain on right side of the navel.

Senior Resident Medicine
Rheumatologist, Chandigarh
I am 27 years old male. Since few days back. Upper back pain has started, also pain on right side of the navel.
Upper back pain could be muscular. Apply diclofenac gel twice a day. Pain on right side of navel could be due to acidity, bowel disturbance if it is deep. If superficial pain it could be muscular. Treatment will be likewise.
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I have skin allergy problem on my back. Can I knw how can it be healed? And my eyes are swollen.Please tell.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I have  skin  allergy problem on my back. Can I knw how can it be healed? And my eyes are  swollen.Please tell.
Hello, For skin allergy, take homoeopathic medicines - Schwabe's Rhus Tox. 30 and Urtica Urens 30 - both thrice daily for 4 weeks. Revert. For swollen or puffy eyelids: Bags under eyes — mild swelling or puffiness under the eyes — are common as you age. Bags under eyes are usually a cosmetic concern and rarely a sign of a serious underlying medical condition. At-home remedies, such as cool compresses, can help improve the appearance of bags under eyes. For persistent or bothersome under-eye puffiness, cosmetic treatments are available. Bags under eyes can include - mild swelling, saggy or loose skin, dark circles. Causes: You may not like the way they look, but bags under eyes are usually harmless and don't require medical care. See your doctor if the swelling: Is severe and persistent Is accompanied by redness, itching or pain Affects other parts of your body, such as your legs As you age, the tissue structures and muscles supporting your eyelids weaken. The skin may start to sag, and fat that is normally confined to the area around the eye (orbit) can move into the area below your eyes. Also, the space below your eyes can accumulate fluid, making the under-eye area appear puffy or swollen. Several factors can lead to this, including: Fluid retention due to changes in weather (for example, hot, humid days), hormone levels or eating salty foods Not getting enough sleep Allergies or dermatitis, especially if puffiness is accompanied by redness and itching Heredity — under-eye bags can run in families Lifestyle and Home Remedies: The following tips can help you reduce or eliminate bags under eyes: Use a cool compress. Wet a clean washcloth with cool water. While sitting up, apply the damp washcloth to the skin under and around your eyes for a few minutes using mild pressure. Get enough sleep at night. For most adults, seven to eight hours a night is a good amount of sleep. Sleep with your head slightly raised. Add an extra pillow or prop up the head of your mattress. Or elevate the entire head of the bed a few inches. This helps prevent fluids from accumulating around your eyes as you sleep. Reduce allergy symptoms. Avoid allergens when possible. Try over-the-counter allergy medications. Talk to your doctor about prevention strategies if you develop under-eye reactions due to hair dyes, soaps, cosmetics or other allergens. Medication: Take Apis Mellifica 200/ twice daily for 3 weeks. But the result varies depending on conditions like whether the swelling is oedematous in nature, or there is collection of fat, or there is lax tissue, or if this is a hereditary feature or has some underlying medical condition.
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I am 27 years old. I do not get good sleep at night while I sleep I woke up automatically at 3 o clock and my sleep gets disturbed. Wat do I do to get a nice sleep.

PGD In Ultraasonography, Non Invasive Cardiology Course, MD - Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Narnaul
I am 27 years old. I do not get good sleep at night while I sleep I woke up automatically at 3 o clock and my sleep g...
1. Keep track. Record how much and when you sleep, fatigue levels throughout the day, and any other symptoms. This serves two purposes: It can identify activities that help or hurt the chances of a good night’s rest, and it’s a useful tool for a doctor or therapist, should you decide to see one. Digital programs like Zeo, YawnLog, and a variety of apps can all make snooze-tracking easier. 2. Try therapy. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia is a pretty common technique. Also called CBT-I, the therapy typically involves self-monitoring, mental strategies (like developing positive thoughts about sleep), and creating an environment that promotes sleep—and it’s been shown to improve sleep quality. Learn these strategies with the help of a therapist or with online guidance or books—both are equally effective ways of implementing CBT-I.Not into seeing a therapist? Check out Sleepio, a digital program that helps users learn about and implement CBT practices from the comfort of their own homes. 3. Establish a regular bedtime routine. Find activities that help you wind down before bed, and stick to the same sleep-wake schedule, even on weekends. 4. Use the bed appropriately. Beds should be reserved for sleep and sex—and nothing else. Bringing work into the bedroom is a sure-fire way to discourage sleep quality. 5. Choose the right mattress. Uncomfortable bedding has been linked to poorer sleep quality, while a comfortable mattress can up the chances of a satisfying snooze. 6. Don’t smoke. Need another reason to quit? Smokers commonly exhibit symptoms of insomnia—possibly because their bodies go into nicotine withdrawal during the night. 7. See a doctor. If you’ve tried everything and nothing’s worked, it might be time to consult a professional. A doctor can help rule out any sleep disorders and identify lifestyle factors or medications that might be getting in the way of a good night’s rest. 32 Solutions for When You Can' t Sleep 8. Exercise early in the day. Studies find moderate aerobic activity can improve insomniacs’ sleep quality. For best results, exercise at least three hours before bedtime so the body has sufficient time to wind down before hitting the sack. 9. Schedule “worry time” during the day. Spend 15 minutes addressing problems (journaling is a good way to start) so they don’t sneak up when your head hits the pillow. If a particular event or stressor is keeping you up at night—and it has a clear end date—the problem may resolve itself naturally. 10. Limit caffeine. It’s tempting to reach for coffee when we’re tired after a poor night’s sleep, but drinking caffeine can make it harder for us to fall asleep at night, creating a vicious cycle. Can’t quit cold turkey? Try limiting caffeine intake to earlier in the day so it’s out of your system by bedtime. 11. Nap the right way. Just 10 to 20 minutes of napping during the day can help us feel rested (and improve our creativity and memory, to boot. But try to avoid napping after 3: 00 or 4: 00 pm, as this can make it harder to fall asleep at bedtime. 12. Get outside. Increasing natural light exposure during the day promotes healthy melatonin balance, which can help us get to sleep later in the day. 13. Eat for sleep. Eat foods high in magnesium, like halibut, almonds, cashews, and spinach, and foods high in vitamin B complex, like leafy green vegetables, nuts, and legumes. Some experts also recommend taking supplements of taurine, vitamin B6, and magnesium. 14. Try relaxation techniques. In one study, people who practiced meditation saw improvements in total sleep time and sleep quality. Other relaxation strategies—like yoga, deep breathing, and progressive relaxation—are also effective tools for promoting good sleep. 15. Avoid large meals late in the evening. Jumbo meals pre-bedtime have been linked to trouble falling asleep. 16. Dim the lights two hours before bed. According to one study, exposure to electrical lights between dusk and bedtime might negatively affect our chances at quality sleep. Assuming you don’t want to sit in the dark for hours, find the happy medium by dimming the lights as bedtime draws near. Also consider changing all light bulbs to “soft/warm” varieties with a color temperature less than 3,000 kelvins, all of which can reduce lights’ effects on our nervous systems. 17. Turn off the screens. The artificial (or “blue”) light emitted by screens can disrupt our bodies’ preparations for sleep by stimulating daytime hormones. Reduce exposure by turning off TVs, phones, and computers at least one hour before bedtime. Can’t give up the Daily Show? At least dim a screen’s brightness, either manually or with the help of automated programs. 18. Don’t drink alcohol right before bed. Booze might seem like an obvious choice for calming down pre-bedtime, but it can actually disrupt sleep cycles later in the night. You don’t have to give up the good stuff completely; just drink it with dinner (around 6 o’clock) and skip the nightcap. 19. Don’t use your brain before bed. Don’t work, watch stimulating TV shows, read complex material, or think too hard—about anything—before bedtime; working out the brain keeps the body awake. 20. Have sex or masturbate before bed. Hey, anything for a good night’s rest. Getting our “O” face on pre-bedtime can help us fall asleep. 21. Keep it (dark and) cool. A dark, cool bedroom environment helps promote restful sleep. Program the thermostat so the bedroom’s temperature is between 60 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit (experiment to find what works best for you), and use heavy curtains, blackout shades, or an eye mask to block lights. Also be sure to charge phones and laptops outside the bedroom—even this tiny bit of light can disrupt sleep. If you live in a studio or can’t get away from blue lights for any reason, consider making a (very small) investment in blue light blocking glasses. 22. Consider natural supplements. Valerian and melatonin are two of the most highly recommended supplements (though their efficacy is still under review. Some other sleep aids can be effective, too. 23. Don’t try to sleep unless you’re sleepy. Yes, it sucks when it’s 2 a.m. And you still don’t feel tired, despite knowing you need rest. But climbing into bed when you don’t feel ready for sleep is setting yourself up for failure. Instead, engage in relaxing activities (like gentle yoga and meditation or listening to soothing music) until you get the strong urge to snooze. If sleep hasn’t come within 20 minutes, get back out of bed and try relaxing activities again until you’re sleepy enough to give it another go. 24. Minimize disturbing noises. If external noises are beyond your control (a busy street outside the window, a neighbor’s barking dog), cover them up with the sound of a bedside fan, a white noise machine, or other sounds that help us sleep. 25. Vent stresses. If designated worry time earlier in the day didn’t fully do the trick, spend some extra time writing down anxieties. Loose-leaf paper works, but if you scrawl your sorrows in a journal or notebook, you can literally close the book on your worries (at least until morning). 26. Brew some chamomile tea. Studies find the humble herb can reduce anxieties, getting us into a better head space for sleep. 27. Try a hot bath or shower. Stepping from warm water into that pre-cooled bedroom will cause body temperatures to drop slightly, which can trigger sleepy feelings by slowing down metabolic activity. 28. Sip some hot milk. Science doesn’t necessarily back the idea that milk facilitates snoozing, but conventional wisdom might be strong enough that our minds still believe moo milk lulls us to sleep. 29. Do some leg exercises. We know; we told you not to exercise before bed. But apparently some easy leg lifts, squats, or your leg exercise of choice can help divert blood flow to the legs and away from the brain. This can help quiet the mind, making it easier to slip into dreamland. 30. Seriously: Count some sheep. It might not work for everybody, but focusing on one thing can help the brain settle down, making sleep more possible. Not a fan of our wooly friends? Focusing on your breath (in, out, in, out) is also an effective way to chill out. Or bust out some of those relaxation techniques you practiced earlier in the evening—they're just as good of a resource in the wee hours. 31. Visualize yourself asleep. Imagine yourself drifting in a blissful slumber while practicing deep breathing and progressive muscle relaxation. Starting at one end of the body and working up or down, clench and then release each section of muscles for instant all-over relaxation. 32. Accept insomnia for what it is. Judgments (“I should be asleep”), comparisons (“my BF/GF/roommate is sleeping; why can’t I?”), and catastrophic thinking (“If I don’t get eight hours’ sleep tonight, I’ll mess up that presentation tomorrow, lose my job, and die tired and alone”) don’t do us any good. Make the night easier by accepting it for what it is, letting go of judgments, and being gentle with yourself. The silver lining? You just might get to see a glorious sunrise.
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I had one lung fully damaged with pneumonia (called nemmu. And I failed relief after treatment for one year now I'm now getting one problem that is I'm not able to breath tell me some suggestions.

MBBS
General Physician,
You may have developed pleurisis of thickening of pleural membrane due to which you are not able to take proper breathing get an xray done and consult achrst specialist. For assessment and further management.

Hi I am 55 years old I am having under eye dark what is the remedy to remove my under eye dark circle.

Ph.D - Ayurveda, MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Delhi
The dark circles are around eyes, since how long these are present, inform detail. The treatment includes local and internal, like paste, changes in diet, herbal preparation internal consumption may get clean, if interested, let us know.
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I have always regular period, but this time its late by 10 days, I have done pregnancy test at home 3 times but it is showing negative. Is the pregnancy detection kit showing right result? I am totally confused.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I have always regular period, but this time its late by 10 days, I have done pregnancy test at home 3 times but it is...
Hello, as the pregnancy test is done after 8 days post missed periods its likely to be conclusive, so you are not pregnant. Wait for another week to resume the menses else you may opt for a withdrawal bleed with progesterones.
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