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Treat Constipation with Homoeopathy

Treat Constipation with Homoeopathy

Constipation is a condition characterized by difficult or infrequent bowel movements and hard, dry stool.

Many factors contribute to the development of constipation like Insufficient fiber intake in diet., eating hurriedly, Reduced water intake.

Iron supplements, antidepressants, stopping cigarette smoking, abuse of laxatives, underactive thyroid, pregnancy, old-age or traveling, depression and anxiety neurosis, Abdominal surgeries.

It is said that you are suffering from constipation if you have Hard stools, difficult to pass which require straining or manual removal, Stools infrequent, less than three times a week, Sensation of incomplete voidance, The abdomen may seem bloated, distended or crampy, The bowel sounds may seem enhanced.

Homeopathy is strongly recommended for all cases of constipation.

Homeopathic treatment for constipation is based on the treatment of internal causes leading to the development of constipation. 

There is no drug dependencies in Homoeopathy and no side effects. Homoeopathy medicines will help to control the symptoms, improve the gastric complaints, and normal functioning of bowels. The overall health of the patient will get improved.

Along with medicines, you need to make certain Lifestyle modifications like Eating more fruits, vegetables, and grains, which are high in fiber, Drinking plenty of water and other liquids, Getting enough exercise. Cut down on soft drinks and alcohol.

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Treat GERD with Homeopathy (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is caused by the frequent backflow of food and acid into the esophagus (a tube connecting the mouth with the stomach). This can occur in healthy people occasionally but is a frequent problem those with GERD.

Stomach contents are normally prevented from moving to the esophagus by the esophageal sphincter (a valve-like ring of muscle at the end of the esophagus).

When this muscle relaxes and allows reflux or is generally weak, GERD may occur.

The commonest causes responsible for GERD are abnormally weak contractions or relaxation of the valve, When the wave of contraction is defective, the refluxed acid is not pushed back into the stomach and it can cause damage to the inside layer of the esophagus. 

When food remains in the stomach for a longer duration, the stomach is distended for a longer time and this increases the chances of reflux of the stomach contents.

Excessive Smoking and alcohol. Eating heavy meals at a time. Lying down shortly after eating. Exerting Physical activity instantly after meals, Overweight, Pregnancy. Certain foods such as spicy, fried, chocolate, caffeine, onions, tomatoes, citrus and carbonated drinks. Stress.

If you have GERD, you may experience symptoms like burning feeling in the chest. Acid or food regurgitation, Sour or bitter taste in the mouth, Trouble in swallowing, Choking, Vomiting blood, black colored stools, Hoarseness or a sore throat, Chest pain, Dry cough, Asthma, Bad breath.

A details case history and lab investigations will help to diagnose GERD.

Homoeopathy is very effective in managing all the symptoms of Acid Reflux and furthermore plays a very important role in preventing relapse of the condition. 

Homeopathic medicines will help decrease acidic build-up, restore the digestive system, and strengthen the lower esophageal sphincter. Homeopathic treatment is natural, safe, gentle and without side-effects.

Certain precautions need to be taken for GERD like Avoid alcohol, smoking. Eat small meals.

Do not bend over after eating. Eat foods like papaya, pineapple, ginger, cabbage, yogurt.Drink a lot of fluids. Wear loose-fitting clothes. Lose weight. Reduce stress.

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How to Find Asthma in Young Children – AIS Clinic

A major cause of parents visiting clinics for young children under age group of 5 is due to asthma. It is difficult to predict asthma in children less than 5 years of age group as there are many reasons for cough and wheezing.

Wheezing and cough are the symptoms of asthma but not all who wheeze or a cough has asthma. It is quite common in the first year of your baby having these symptoms but this doesn’t mean that your baby has asthma.

Some of the questions every parent has and they should have,

When should I take my child to the doctor?

– Wheezing that happens more than once (with or without illness)

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8 Ways to Manage & Control your Asthma

There is no definitive explanation for the growing number of asthma patients, but there are few tips to keep your asthma under control. This chronic disease is tricky and can get worse or better at times. So, understanding the disease and taking some precautionary measures is extremely important. Here we will discuss 9 self-managing ways to control asthma.

1. Health and Well-being

Staying healthy, physically and mentally, is an effective way to fight asthma. If you stay positive and maintain your physical health by exercising daily, you can keep asthma attacks at bay. People suffering from asthma should be supported to take care of their health and medication. In case of children, parents should teach them how to take

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