Thursday, 2 August 2018


I have seen many women talking about menopause that it is end; no more periods, no more beauty & step towards aging. I would say it is not end. It’s just end of your menstrual cycle. It’s a definite period of time when hormones like estrogen and progesterone fluctuate in your body so, not all but many women undergo physical as well as emotional changes. Fluctuation in your energy pattern and mood swings may make you unpredictable and miserable as well. Menopause might be no big deal for many women but if it is, homeopathy can help you.
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One beautiful line about menopause that my mother always tells that, “It is the time, a woman should focus to be graceful rather than gorgeous”.
Stages & Symptoms of Menopause:
There are 3 stages of menopause:
  • Perimenopause: It starts about 3-5 years before actual menopause when estrogen level begins to drop. In this stage you may experience skipped periods, decreased flow, irregularity in cycle, fatigue etc.
  • Menopause: During this stage your menses cease. You may have symptoms like hot flashes, dizziness, insomnia, heart palpitation, nervousness, mood swings, depression, vaginal dryness, decreased sexual drive, irritable bladder etc.
  • Post Menopause: It is believe to start about 12 months after actual menopause when hormonal balance is established.
Role of Homeopathy in Menopause: The homeopathic treatment goal is to address hormonal imbalance. Homeopathic medicines are diluted to infinitesimal dose & such dynamic state of medicine is intelligent enough to stimulate body’s own healing mechanism & establish hormonal balance
The homeopathic medicines are natural, safe and proved on healthy human being. Modern medicine offers treatment like hormone replacement therapy in which they insert conjugated estrogen in your body that is more dangerous than actual problem. Study shows 80% of endometrial (uterine lining) cancer is due to Hormone replacement therapy. So, it is wise step to choose homeopathy in menopausal disturbance.
Homeopathic medicine works in harmony with immune system. It will boost your immunity & provides balance state of your body with energy from within.
In homeopathy one has to take only single constitutional medicine which is capable enough to deal with stress, anxiety, depression along with other symptoms.
Homeopathic treatment of menopausal disturbance:
Following are most commonly used homeopathic medicines in menopause. Homeopathic treatment is based on individualization so, it is always necessary to take homeopath’s advice before taking any medicine.
  • Lachesis: It relieves all pathological problems like hot flashes, night sweats, palpitation, headache, anxiety, irritability etc. The woman who is excessive talkative during menopause requires this medicine.
  • Bryonia: It relieves vaginal dryness, irritability & sleeplessness. Excellent medicine to relieve sore breast aggravation by slightest motion.
  • Ignasia: Wonderful medicine to relieve depressive disorder during menopause. Good medicine for hysterical debility & fits.
  • Sanguinaria: It is indicated when there is a change in circulatory system during menopause such as migraine, palpitation & high blood pressure. This medicine treats vaginal dryness & painful coition.
  • Sepia: Good medicine to treat psychological disturbances like mood swings, irritable detachment with own family members. Woman feels as if pelvic organs are weak and sagging. This medicine treats all mental disturbances and improves energy.
Stay tuned for my next article…
If anyone has any question regarding any medicine, Please put in Comment section.

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Friday, 6 April 2018


  • 7 TH APRIL 2018
  • heal and help
   this year we aim at high level health for everyone

  • Inspire—by highlighting policy-makers’ power to transform the health of the nation, framing the challenge as exciting and ambitious, and inviting them to be part of the change.
  • Motivate—by sharing examples of how countries are already progressing towards health for everyone  and encourage others to find their own path.
  • Guide—by providing tools for structured policy dialogue on how to advance health domestically or supporting such efforts in other countries (e.g. expanding service coverage, improving quality of services, reducing out-of-pocket payments).

Theme, slogan and hashtag

  • The theme of World Health Day is: Universal health coverage: everyone, everywhere.
  • The slogan is “Health for All”.
  • The primary hashtag that we are using is #HealthForAll but look out for posts using #WorldHealthDay as well.

Thursday, 22 March 2018

Nervous system
1.    Myasthania gravis
The role of the muscles and the nerves is complementary. A continuous cycle of signals from the muscles to the brain and back from the brain to the muscles which then act upon it, is carried out in our bodies. Myasthenia gravis is a serious ailment of the neuromuscular system. In this, the muscles slowly lose flexibility and turn limp. The voluntary muscles of the body can no longer be controlled by us.
Reasons-An autoimmune cell turns hostile to the chemicals at theneuromuscular junction. These ailments are called autoimmune disorders which means the immune cells of the body pit against the good cells and destroy them. The thymus gland is located at the joint in the center of the ribs. When this gland grows abnormally, it can result in the development of such auto immune cells which causes Myasthenia.
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Symptoms- This disease is prevalent in patients between the age of 15 to 50, in both men and women. However, it is observed more in women than men. At first, the severity of the symptoms is less. Muscular weakness is seen due to mental stress, over exertion, infectious diseases and during pregnancy. The main symptom is the extreme weakness in the muscles.  At first, one can experience some amount of vigor which gradually diminishes. After a day’s work, all muscles weaken completely. Early symptoms are visible in the eyelids and the wrinkles on the forehead. One cannot even open the eyelids nor can  the forehead be creased. Movement of the jaws, chewing food, swallowing, speaking, all becomes difficult and takes more time than what normally would. The muscles in the limbs fall limp. The shoulder muscles fail early. Even simple tasks like putting the clothes to hang or braiding the hair becomes cumbersome. Many times, even the respiratory muscles turn weak as the illness progresses. Since the muscles in the throat are weak, even reFlux cough can lead to choking and death. The limbs turn thin due to weakening of the muscles, cheeks look deflated. However, in spite of all this, the brain functions just normally.
Treatment -Among the allopathic medicines are pyridostigmine, propathlene or even steroids at times. When the illness turns severe, one may have to undergo plasma exchange wherein the antibodies are removed.

Homeopathy- Course of treatment  is decided after thorough analysis of the symptoms, severity, allied symptoms, etc. Causticum, plumbum met, Aurum met, siphilinum are some of the medicines which can be used for individual treatment. Most important is the early awareness in the patient and early diagnosis by the doctor. Only then can it be treated effectively.

Monday, 5 March 2018

Dear Parents,

Next few days is going to be crucial for children as well as you too.
Lot of mood swings, sadness, enthusiasm, relaxed behavior,  rudeness etc can be expected from the children.

Let's support our children. ..

How you can do that?🤔

Some simple tips which can be implemented from your end, to help your child cope up with the stress.

1..Please wake them up in the morning with a positive stroke, a touch/ hug  which a child expects from his parents.

2.. Start your child's day with a positive statement - I love you,come let's start this beautiful day together etc

3.. Take care about the communication you have with your child, before s/he leaves for his exams. I am sure you will excel, I am sure you will give your best, all luck to you, I will be waiting for you to come back sweetheart....etc

4.. Do not let your anxiety pass on to your child. Whatever the situation is, last moment positive support from your end will give a boost to your child's confidence

5..When the child comes back, please avoid asking only how was the exam, instead was the experience....
Let's unwind for the day, let's go out for sometime / let's have a cup of coffee together etc

Avoid talking about the subject.

Gone is can't alter that but atleast you can support the child for the coming one.

6.. Please ensure that a very happy and healthy atmosphere is given to the child in the house during his exams.

Avoid unnecessary arguments within the family, differences can be solved later; 
Don't forget- that will affect your child and that will add to his stress

7..Please play soft instrumental music while the child is having his breakfast or relaxing with you

8..Avoid giving marks target to the child.He is sensible enough to understand his targets

9..Keep fresh flowers in the house, that brings lots of positivity in the house

10..Avoid nagging for any reasons

11..With a positive stroke, make the child sleep..your two minutes will give him sound sleep for some hours, that will help the child to combat with the situation

12...Avoid advice pls, give the child his space 

13..Stand by your child even if the exam has not gone as per your or his expectations..It's ok...

14..Most important: 
From today, don't let the child meet the relatives or friends with negative statements or expectations. This might prove detrimental for the child.

Lots of love to your child and 
*Yes - you please be calm, be patient and all luck to you too , my dear parents*.

Friday, 2 March 2018

1.    Fear Complex
Fear or fright is considered one of the most primal of feelings in humans. It has  numerous manifestations. From children to the elderly, almost everybody experiences fear. Some scholars even suggest that the concept of God may find its origins in such fear. Atheists, or those who believe in God usually fall ill less often for they place all their problems and burdens at the altar of God and remain calm. On the other hand, the modernists carry the burdens of self-importance on their shoulders. This article focuses on the fear that is experienced by children.
Fear Complex: Fear of one particular object or person creates a complex in children. The feeling of insecurity, loneliness, lack of emotional support, family discord, mental disorders, untimely death of parent/s or even lack of proper upbringing may result in specific complexes being formed in children.
Symptoms: Fear of the dark, fear of the ghost, of crossing the road, fear of unknown people, sex-related fear are some of the forms of fear.
Children tremble with fear, lose appetite, diarrhea and vomiting, giddiness, losing speech, stammering, crying without any reason or plain craziness are some of the symptoms.
Shreya was a 10 year old girl who faced stage fright. However, she was good at elocution but went speechless on stage. She faced problems during competitions when she went on stage. Normally she would speak eloquently. Flower therapy and Homoeopathy helped this girl overcome her stage fright.
14 year old Shubhankar aced in studies but there was some discord in his family. Perhaps this was why he was terrified of exams. He suffered from vomiting and diarrhea when he had to go write an exam. This negated his efforts of a whole year. There was the tenth standard board exam just two years away. He benefited from a specific Homoeopathic medicine which was coupled with counseling.
Sulekha reached menarche at the age of 12 and for reasons unknown, she took a fear towards men and boys. She even perspired at the sight of men or boys on road. She imagined that everyone out there was commenting on her and that she was insecure there. Forget going to school, she even started dreading to venture out of home. However, she behaved normally with her brother and father at home. Such riddles can be solved with Homoeopathy alone. Her parents faced immense stress, but now she is normal, married and with a great job.
We may not realize the seriousness of these examples of fear, but the person suffering from it is in distress. It is important to not only counsel the patient but also his family members.
Treatment - It is crucial to provide a good upbringing to children in order to raise them into confident and fearless individuals. Toddlers are also threatened and fed. Instead of this, cajole them into eating by taking their own time. There ought to be some spiritual bend of mind since childhood. Parents must behave properly for kids learn through imitation. Proper upbringing, ethical behavior, spirituality, studies, adequate play and exercise develops a child into a fine human being. It is not enough to just be good, one must also be street smart. For everything else, there is Homoeopathy and flower therapy, but don’t forget to consult a trained doctor before that.

Wednesday, 14 February 2018



Have you ever seen a stress-free student just before an exam? I haven't ,I have personally developed some tips to help students reduce their exam stress levels and ensure maximum efficiency before, during and straight after an examination.
Before the exam
Here are some basic pre-exam tips to help you minimise stress and maximise effective study.
1. Don't cram
Studying the night before an exam causes the level of stress in the body to increase. Unfortunately, this stress doesn't decrease when you go to sleep. The best way to reduce anxiety is by taking the night before an exam off to relax: watch TV, talk to a friend, read a novel.
If you're one of those people who become anxious because of not studying the night before an exam, then simply review the main points of your subject earlier in the day and leave the night free for other things.
Note that it is assumed that you have already done some study leading up to the night before your exam.
2. Avoid stressful people
Stress is contagious, so resist the urge to have a study session with your apprehensive friends before an exam, especially if they're complaining about all the work they have left to do and pulling their hair out.
Their stress will only add to your stress and make you doubt yourself, even if you know that you will be fine.
3. Eat well
Good nutrition is a leading factor in a student's academic achievement. A well-balanced diet can help transform a nutritionally imbalanced student into a healthy and dynamic one.
And of course, having breakfast before an exam is a must for a student who wants to focus and be most efficient during their exam.
4. Watch your caffeine intake
Nothing drives up your stress level faster than not being able to fall asleep the night before an exam, so avoid beverages like coffee, or high energy drinks like V or Mother unless they are decaffeinated.
5. Avoid late night studies
Do your best to avoid late night study the night before your exam because a bad sleep is the very worst thing to be suffering from in an exam room.
6. Prepare to be prepared
Before going to bed the night before an exam, make sure to collect together everything that you will need for the exam - this could include:
Sharpened pencils
Your lucky shirt
Water bottle
A watch
Double (and even triple) check the time of your exam, location and seat number. Allow plenty of time for problems like lack of fuel and traffic on the way, making sure to arrive with time to spare so that you go into your exam calmly rather than in a frantic rush sweating.
7. Zzzz
Staying up all night before an exam is the worst thing one can do. You reach a point where your productivity eventually declines, so sleeping is a must to have a refreshed mind the next morning.
Regular sleep is the best ways to control exam stress. Students who follow a regular sleeping pattern have been shown to perform much better than students who stay up late.
Also, don't forget to set your alarm clock the night before!

During the exam

Okay, so you've done everything you can to get prepared in the lead-up to your exam. But how do you avoid stress on the day of the exam itself?
8. Focus
As you work on your exam, focus only on the exam and not on what other students are doing. There will always be students in the same exam room as you whose aim is to annoy and distract others and not to concentrate on the exam they barely started.
If you are the kind of student who taps their pencils, clicks their pens or makes sounds with their mouths due to exam anxiety, be considerate as it may be really distracting to others. Don't do to others what you wouldn't want to be done to yourself.
9. Start strategically
Begin your exam by skimming through the questions quickly and note down any initial thoughts or related memorised facts beside each question. You don't always have to start at the beginning if you know another question better. Start with the questions you know best. This will boost your confidence and get you off to a good start.
Don't forget to spend more time on heavier weighted questions.
After the exam
Finally, it's over! You've worked hard and done your best and now it's time to put the exam out of your mind entirely. Remember - the things that you do after an exam are just as important for dealing with stress as the things you do before and during.
10. Spoil yourself
Reward yourself as soon as the exam is over. If you do not have any other commitments, go out and do something like seeing a movie with a friend. If you have other exams to study for, it's better to postpone for a larger treat. Nevertheless, thirty minutes for a coffee with a friend or a quick swim in the pool will definitely give you the boost needed for the next exam.
Good luck!
So there you have it. Some basic ways that you can make exam time a little bit easier.
These reliable and personally road-tested tips are essential for any student wanting to cope with exam stress and ensure exam success.
Good luck!

Saturday, 27 January 2018

1.    Disturbed sleep
It is an age when the world races ahead of the hands of the clock. We have lost peace of life by racing behind expectations, dreams and some more ambitions. Every person is striving towards earning as much money as he can and build as many facilities as he can. In all this, we are, somewhere, losing out the core of human life, viz. mental and physical wellness. Having a good night’s sleep and waking up to a fresh new day, with no tensions and no deadlines to follow nor answerable to anybody. Can we find such lucky people anymore? Even small kids are bereft of such a luck, while they keep pacing from six am to 10 pm behind school, tuition classes, and projects and seem to have the free spirited happiness of life.
In this fast paced life, loss of sleep or insomnia looks to be alarmingly common. Apart from complete loss of sleep, there are other sleep disorders like not having a deep slumber, frequent awakening due to dreams, falling asleep only to wake up a while later and then unable to sleep again, a mind that does not go quiet even when asleep or the brain continuing to function even while asleep.
Reasons and symptoms: mental stress is the key reason for loss of sleep. The mind faces stress due to worries, exertion or some kind of pressure. When a person keeps unexpressed feelings of anger and bitterness, he is unable to sleep. Constipation, indigestion, over eating at night and excessive amounts of tea, coffee, alcohol consumption or smoking, improper diet can also cause disturbed sleep. Many times, just the thought about whether I shall get a good night’s sleep is enough to lose sleep.
Such people find changes in the time and duration of sleep. Small children wake up from sleep feeling afraid, some wet the bed. The adults face problems like irritation, loss of memory, lack of concentration, feeling sleepy in the day, frequent mouth ulcers, loss of taste, etc. His behavior differs because of a disturbed sleep.
Treatment: A proper change in the lifestyle is the only cure for sleep disorders. God has definitely bestowed the ability to identify one’s own mistakes and the means to rectify them. If one is unable to find answers all by himself, the he must consult a professional.
When the body faces deficiency of Vitamin B1 or Thiamine, he is unable to get a good sleep or mental peace. One must consume whole grain flour, dry fruits, pulses, etc.
Homeopathy has cured several kinds of queer sleep disorders. Suchitra also faced a disturbed sleep problem. She had educated herself under difficult circumstances, gone on to help her husband in his business and had now attained some status in society. However, she could never get a good sleep. She suffered from body ache. Any kind of soft mattress would appear hard to her. She could somehow fall asleep late in the night as she folded herself into a small round. Her mind, however, keep blabbering all the while.
This brain working is a strange phenomenon. This results in the person in perennial stress. Suchitra’s case had a perfect medicine in Homeopathy and now she sleeps like a baby!
The mind is kept calm with meditation, spirituality, interacting with friends, entertainment and reading. It calms down and falls asleep. It is advisable to forget and forgive one’s own and others mistakes. One must forget all bitterness and strive for a long lasting peaceful mind.
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