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Homoeopathic treatment for Migraine Scutellaria Lat In nervous sick headaches which are caused by excitement and over-exertion. Frequent scanty urination. Give 5 drops a dose of the mother tincture. Tongo Migraine and neuralgic affections. Chionanthus Migraine due to acidity and sluggishness of liver. Damiana As excellent remedy for migraine. It should be given in mother tincture in 15-20 drop doses every 2 hours. In severe cases it may be given every half hour and the patient will sleep after two doses. Calcarea Lac. It is useful in T.B. diathesis. Give in 3x dilution. Iris Ver Periodical nervous sick headache which comes on after the patient relaxes from a mental strain. With school teachers it comes on Saturday or Sunday, and with preachers on Monday. The patient usually vomits a bitter bilious substance and the vomiting gives relief to the pains in the head. Migraine of the eyes with constipation. Objects could only be seen in halves. Cyclamen If Iris V. fails, this remedy may be tried provided migraine is accompanied with sparkling before eyes. Coffea An excellent remedy for headache caused by loss of sleep following excitement. Ignatia When due to grief in hysterical patients. Frequent urination, profuse or scanty. Belladona Headache in pleuthoric and healthy persons. The cause is some disturbance of the circulatory system. The headache is violent, pounding and throbbing. Iris Tenax Headache which begins on Saturday before rising, beginning on left eye extending thence to left half of head.
First Aid Remedies in Homoeopathy (1) Arnica. Number one remedy for accidents, shock, injuries, and bruising. Patient has a fear of being touched and may say they are “all right” when they clearly are not. Other applications include pain after dental work and jet lag. (2) Calendula. Number one remedy for healing wounds. Useful as a topical cream in low potency. Quickly seals wounds, so make sure wound is completely clean before use. (3) Hypericum. Number one remedy for injuries to nerves. Pains are sharp and shooting. Useful for pain after dental injection. (4) Apis. Number one remedy for bites and stings. Helps with redness, pain, and swelling. (5) Ledum. Number one remedy for puncture wounds. Also useful for animal and insect bites. Along with Hypericum, a useful remedy for tetanus. An important remedy for Lyme disease. Pain is better from cold application, worse from heat. Remedies for Specific Situations and Acute Illnesses (6) Kali-bichromicum. Number one remedy for sinus infections. (7) Chamomilla. Number one remedy for teething. (8) Ignatia. Number one remedy for acute grief or emotional shock. (9) Belladonna. Number one remedy for high fever. (10) Aconite. Number one remedy for nipping a cold in the bud, especially if onset is precipitated by a cold, dry wind, or a fright or shock. Useful when illness comes on very suddenly. (11) Gelsemium. Number one remedy for the flu. Extreme prostration and weakness, shivering up and down the spine, trembling, aching muscles, heaviness of head and eyes. (12) Eupatorium. Another important flu remedy, especially if characterized by extreme aching in the bones, as if they were broken. (13) Arsenicum Album. Number one remedy for food poisoning. Also useful for the flu. Patient is anxious and restless and does not want to be left alone. Fear of death. Worse between midnight and 3am. Thirst for frequent sips of water. Common Remedies for General Constitutional Use In addition to the above remedies, the following commonly used remedies have frequent application to many illnesses and chronic conditions. (14) Pulsatilla. Number one remedy for childhood ear infections. Patients are clingy and tearful, are thirstless, feel better when outside, and tend to have thick yellow-green discharges. Can be a useful remedy for stomach upset after eating fatty foods. (15) Nux-Vomica. Number one remedy for hangovers and overindulgence in food. Patients tend to be ambitious, angry, tense, and irritable. Sensitive to light and noise. Like to be warm in bed. (16) Natrum-Muriaticum. Number one remedy for cold sores. Patients tend to be closed and sensitive. Silent grief. Craves salt. (17) Sulphur. An important remedy for itchy skin problems that are worse from warmth. Patients tend to be warm-blooded, and like to kick the covers off in bed. Hungry at 11am. Loves sweet and spicy foods. Intellectual or philosophically-minded individuals. (18) Lycopodium. The insecure bully. Anxious and lacking in self-confidence, but can be aggressive toward others. Fearful when trying to do something new. Complaints tend to be right-sided. Flatulence and bloating. Worse from 4-8pm. (19) Lachesis. An important remedy for left-sided tonsillitis. Patients are talkative and amusing, but also suspicious and jealous. An important woman’s remedy, especially around menopause. Left-sided complaints. Craving for alcohol. (20) Phosphorus. An important remedy for tickling coughs, worse from laughing and speaking. Patients are bubbly and outgoing, but with poor boundaries. Fearful and anxious. Fear of thunderstorms. Thirsty.
Homoeopathic treatment for Migraine Belladona Headache in pleuthoric and healthy persons. The cause is some disturbance of the circulatory system. The headache is violent, pounding and throbbing. Iris Tenax Headache which begins on Saturday before rising, beginning on left eye extending thence to left half of head.
Kidney Stone Breakers of Homeopathy Homoeopathic remedies and their indications in various types of calculi in different locations Stone Breakers of Homeopathy Acid benz: Strong smelling urine; Uric acid stones; Gout. Apis mel: Stinging and burning urine; Last drop burn and smart; edema. Belladonna: Sudden onset of urinary colic; Throbbing pain; Jar aggravates. Berberis v: Urolithiasis with gout, rheumatism; Left sided calculi; Bright red mealy sediment; Radiating pains; no pain while urinating. Calc carb: White mealy sediment; Renal colic; Calcium stones. Calc renalis phos: Medicine from renal calculi; specific remedy. Cantharis: Burning before during and after urination; Fearful tenesmus; Renal colic with bloody urine. Coccus cacti: Stones with lancinating pain from kidney to bladder; dysuria. Colocynth: Renal colic > bending double; whole abdomen painful during urination; crystals stick to vessels. Disocorea: Renal colic with pain in extremities; Pain < bending double, > standing erect. Epigea rep: Uric acid stone; Dysuria with tenesmes after urination; Brown sand in urine. Fabiana: Uric acid stones; Tenesmus and burning after urination. Hydrangia: White amorphous salts in urine; Renal colic with bloody urine; Sharp pain in left loin; Urine hard to start. Lithium carb: Right renal and ureteric stones; Turbid urine with sandy deposits. Lithospermum: Stone impacted in the ureters. Lycopodium: Back pain> by urination; Right sided stones; Red sand in urine. Mag phos: Spasmodic pain due to impacted stone; Pain> rubbing, warmth, pressure. Medorrhinum: Renal stones with painful tenesmus; slow urination; h/o gonorrhea. Nitric acid: Bloody urine; Strong smelling like horse’s urine; splinter like pain.
Know the Disease: The Facts The thyroid is a small gland located below the Adam's apple in your neck. It releases hormones, thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3), which increase the amount of oxygen your body uses and stimulate your cells to produce new proteins. By controlling the release of these hormones, the thyroid determines the metabolic rate of most of your body's organs. The thyroid gland is regulated by thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), which is made by the pituitary gland in the brain. Normally, when thyroid hormone levels in the body are high, they will "switch off" the production of TSH, which in turn stops the thyroid from making more T4 and T3. Problems occur when the thyroid gland becomes either underactive (hypothyroidism) or overactive (hyperthyroidism). Thyroid problems are more common in women than men. Cancer may also develop in the thyroid gland. Causes Thyroid diseases sometimes result from inappropriate TSH levels, or may be caused by problems in the thyroid gland itself. The most common cause of hypothyroidism is Hashimoto's thyroiditis, an autoimmune condition where the body makes antibodies that destroy parts of the thyroid gland. Surgical removal and certain medications (e.g., amiodarone, lithium) can also cause hypothyroidism. Other causes of hypothyroidism include pituitary problems, hypothalamus problems, and iodine deficiency (rare in North America, but affects nearly 2 billion people worldwide). Some babies are born with hypothyroidism - this is called congenital hypothyroidism. There are different causes of hyperthyroidism. Graves' disease is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism. This condition occurs when the immune system produces an antibody that stimulates the entire thyroid gland; this leads to overactivity and higher levels of thyroid hormones. Another form of hyperthyroidism is called toxic nodular goiter or toxic thyroid adenoma. Adenomas, abnormal nodules of tissue in the thyroid, constantly produce thyroid hormones even when they are not needed. Secondary hyperthyroidism is caused when the pituitary gland makes too much TSH, leading to constant stimulation of the thyroid gland. A pituitary tumour may cause TSH levels to rise. More rarely, the pituitary gland becomes insensitive to thyroid hormones, no longer responding to high levels. Another possible cause of hyperthyroidism is a condition called thyroiditis. This condition occurs when the thyroid gland becomes inflamed. Depending on the type of thyroiditis, this may lead to temporary hyperthyroidism that might be followed by hypothyroidism. There are four types of thyroid cancers: papillary, follicular, anaplastic, and medullary cancer. These are associated with radiation treatment to the head, neck, or chest. Radiation treatment for benign (non-cancerous) conditions is no longer carried out in these areas, but was more common in the past. In other cases, a genetic mutation might be associated with thyroid cancer, either alone or in conjunction with other types of cancers (e.g., multiple endocrine neoplasia, BRAF gene mutations). Less commonly, other cancers might metastasize to the thyroid (e.g., lymphoma, breast cancer). Symptoms and Complications Hypothyroidism results in low levels of T4 and T3 in the blood. Not having enough T4 and T3 in the blood causes your metabolism to slow down. Common symptoms include: coarse and dry hair confusion or forgetfulness (often mistaken for dementia in seniors) constipation depression dry, scaly skin fatigue or a feeling of sluggishness hair loss increased menstrual flow (women) intolerance to cold temperatures irritability muscle cramps slower heart rate weakness weight gain If hypothyroidism isn't treated, the symptoms will progress. Rarely, a severe form of hypothyroidism, called myxedema, can develop. Symptoms of myxedema include: low body temperature dulled mental processes congestive heart failure, a condition where the heart cannot pump enough blood to meet the body's needs Myxedema coma occurs in people with severe hypothyroidism who have been exposed to additional physical stresses such as infections, cold temperatures, trauma, or the use of sedatives. Symptoms include loss of consciousness, seizures, and slowed breathing. Hyperthyroidism results in high levels of T4 and T3 circulating in the blood. These hormones speed up your metabolism. Some of the most common symptoms include: increased heart rate with abnormal rhythm or pounding (palpitations) high blood pressure increased body temperature (feeling unusually warm) increased sweating clamminess feeling agitated or nervous tremors in the hands feeling of restlessness even though the person is tired or weak increased appetite accompanied by weight loss interrupted sleep frequent bowel movements, sometimes with diarrhea puffiness around the eyes, increased tears, sensitivity to light, or an intense stare bone loss (osteoporosis) stopped menstrual cycles Graves' disease, in addition to the common symptoms of hyperthyroidism, may cause a bulge in the neck (goiter) at the location of the enlarged thyroid gland. It also might cause the eyes to bulge out, which may result in double vision. Sometimes, the skin over the shins becomes raised. If hyperthyroidism is left untreated or is not treated properly, a life-threatening complication called thyroid storm (extreme overactivity of the thyroid gland) can occur. Symptoms include: confusion coma fever high blood pressure irregular heartbeat, which can be fatal jaundice associated with liver enlargement mood swings muscle wasting restlessness shock weakness Thyroid storm, considered a medical emergency, can also be triggered by trauma, infection, surgery, uncontrolled diabetes, pregnancy or labour, or taking too much thyroid medication. Making the Diagnosis Thyroid disease suspected by clinical history and physical exam is confirmed by laboratory tests. Laboratory tests usually measure levels of TSH and thyroid hormones. Serology tests can measure the levels of antibodies associated with hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. If your doctor suspects thyroid cancer, a biopsy can be used to sample the thyroid tissue and test for cancer. Another method called a functional stimulation test can be used to distinguish whether the pituitary and thyroid glands are the source of medical symptoms. Ultrasounds and nuclear thyroid scans allow for visual and functional examination of the thyroid gland or of nodules.
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