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“Homeopathy Treatment for Skin Disorders”

The Homeopathic Approach For All Skin Problems

There are infinite reasons and factors that are responsible for various skin diseases. Some of the skin conditions are caused by the imbalance in hormones, impurities in blood, indigestion due to unhealthy food, modern stressful lifestyle, lack of exercises and many more. All these factors are the active triggers which cause skin diseases. Skin is the most sensitive and largest organ in the human body. It attracts germs and infections easily. The skin infections can occur on the face, hands, elbows, foot, back, scalp and on the other parts of the body.

Skin and hair ailments like alopecia, hair fall, psoriasis, eczema, ringworm, fungal infections, warts, corns etc are being treated in our clinic with good results. Homoeopathy believes in treating the person as a whole , so these conditions get cured from with-in our body without suppressing them and thus prevents them to reoccur again.

The homeopathic approach for Skin problems is the constitutional approach where the patient answers a list of questions, based on which the analysis and evaluation of the case is done and a proper constitutional therapies is selected. As homeopathy believes we need to treat the man in disease and not the disease in man. As Skin disorders are the end results of inner, emotional stress

ECZEMA

Tonsils are tissue on both sides of the back of the throat that help the body fight infection. They trap bacteria and viruses entering through the throat and produce antibodies to fight infection.Tonsillitis means the tonsils are infected. Tonsils become infected by bacteria or viruses, which causes them to swell.

Frequent or recurrent tonsillitis is generally defined as:

More than 7 episodes in 1 year
More than 5 episodes a year during a 2-year period
More than 3 episodes a year during a 3-year period
Tonsillitis may or may not be contagious, depending on the cause. If the cause is viral or bacterial, it is usually contagious.


PSORIASIS

The common cold is almost always accompanied by a cough and can be quite an irritating condition to deal with. While, medication can help reduce the symptoms you experience, a cold has no cure and it takes about seven days to resolve. So, instead of loading your body with all those chemicals why not try something natural to beat the discomfort you feel. Here are 5 natural remedies that work to not only keep a cough and cold at bay but also help relieve the symptoms.

If you have a cough and cold, take about 4 to 5 cloves of garlic, lightly crush and sauté it in a little ghee. Have this as an easy remedy. Alternatively, you can also juice four cloves of garlic, two tomatoes, and a lemon to make a delicious antibacterial and antiviral drink.


URTICARIA

Are you distressed from recurrent blockage of nose with or without discharge, difficulty breathing, and a weakened sense of smell? Most people would blame this on allergies or a chronic sinus infection. But in some cases, this may be due to Nasal Polyps. Nasal Polyps are non-cancerous, soft overgrowths that develop within the nose or sinuses. They appear like grapes and can develop single or in clusters. Nasal Polyps are resultant of an allergy that weakens the wall of the nasal mucous membrane causing ballooning of this wall followed by filling of the sac with a liquid. Nasal Polyps may become bulky enough to entirely occlude the nasal passages, blocking the pathways where the sinuses drain into the nose.

Children are born with adenoids which are quite small. Adenoids get less vital as the child grows older and the body builds other mechanisms to fight germs.

4. Asthma

According to the leading experts in asthma, the symptoms of asthma and best treatment for you or your child may be quite different than for someone else with asthma.

The most common symptom is wheezing. This is a scratchy or whistling sound when you breathe. Other symptoms include:
1. Shortness of breath
2. Chest tightness or pain
3. Chronic coughing
4. Trouble sleeping due to coughing or wheezing

5. Constipation

Constipation is passage of small amounts of hard, dry bowel movements, usually fewer than three times a week. People who are constipated may find it difficult and painful to have a bowel movement. Other symptoms of constipation include feeling bloated, uncomfortable, and sluggish.

Constipation – CAUSE
Not enough fiber in the diet
Not enough liquids
Lack of Exercise
Medications

6. Skin Rashes

A skin rash is an area of skin that has become swollen, inflamed, or irritated. Skin rashes can include skin bumps that look like pimples or sores; blotchy, scaly or red skin; and itchy or burning skin. Allergens, heat, and certain medical conditions (some more serious than others) can all cause skin reactions like these. Some skin rashes occur right away, while others take some time to develop. Some tend to occur on the face while others flare up on the arms, legs, or torso. Location, appearance, and color of a skin rash are all factors in determining the right diagnosis and the right treatment. Some rashes may be relatively harmless and easy enough to take care of at home while others can be more problematic.

7. Dandruff

Dandruff is a common scalp condition in which flakes of dead skin falls off the scalp. It is most disturbing because of the sense of embarrassment attached to it. The main causes of Dandruff are dry skin, overuse of detergent based shampoos, not using shampoo often enough and skin allergies. Stress may also be an underlying factor, as also sensitivity to hair care products. Dandruff mostly appears during a change of weather, especially with the onset of winter. The symptoms also include marked itching and tingling sensation in the scalp. Dandruff may affect a person of any age group or gender.Homeopathy is a wonderful alternative treatment option for Dandruff. Homeopathic medicines for Dandruff are safe and effective in their action. Homeopathic medicines for Dandruff and other ailments give us the advantage of using the body’s own restorative processes to make it disease-free.

8. Allergies

Good allergy treatment is based on your medical history, the results of your allergy tests and how severe your symptoms are. It can include three treatment types: avoiding allergens, medicine options and/or immunotherapy (allergens given as a shot or placed under the tongue).

Some people don’t take allergy medicines because they don’t think their symptoms are serious. They may say, “It’s only my allergies.” This can result in painful problems such as sinus or ear infections. Don’t take the risk. There are many safe prescription and over-the-counter medicines to relieve allergy symptoms. Here is a short list of allergy medicines

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