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Homeopathic remedies for difficulties during breastfeeding Homeopathy is proved as the safest and the most effective way to tackle various problems during feeding period. Talking about breastfeeding, the Dr Pankaj Aggarwal says, “Homeopathy will greatly help mothers with nursing and breastfeeding difficulties. Homeopathy helps women with problems that can make it difficult for them to breastfeed successfully include mastitis, painful nipples and a slow milk supply. Breast milk gives babies the optimal start in life.” It is important for mothers to feed their child but nowadays women avoid doing so because of certain body related issues they have or they might get afterwards, like breast sagging. Following are some of the homeopathic remedies which can help mothers during this crucial period of their lives. Agnus castus- Remedy for suppression of the milk accompanied with depression. Belladonna- For the first signs of mastitis. The mother feels hot, red, throbbing. Very intense and sudden onset with pain and extreme tenderness in the breast. Bryonia – Can be use when the breast is hard, swollen and hot, but pale in color, rather than red. Borax 200C – An effective remedy for thrush in newborns. Distinctive white patches on the tongue and cheeks of the body. Extremely sensitive. They will be fast asleep and then are up as soon as they are put down. Startling at the slightest sounds. Also used for a mother with postpartum depression. Calcarea carbonica – It helps to stimulate milk production. Causticum -Used to successfully increase breast milk in rheumatic women Dulcamara- Use it when you are chilly and under-producing milk Nat mur- Useful for an oversupply of milk. There is a stoic sadness or grief with little or no crying and often only in private. Phytolacca -Can be used in mastitis for sore, cracked nipples, which hurt when the baby nurses. It is also useful for breast infections (mastitis) where there are painful lumps in the breast. Pulsatilla -When the person is depressed and tearful. She may weep while breastfeeding and needs a lot of support and company. Used if you are over producing milk. Also used for a milk supply that is erratic, meaning that is good, then it is low, then it is adequate again. Ricinus communis – For non-appearance of milk or to increase breast milk. It also increases its flow in nursing women. Castor oil should never be given to prepare a woman for labor, nor for constipation in pregnancy at any time.
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.
Homoeopathic Mother tinctures and their indications Chelidonium Q – enlarged liver, jaundice with loose motion. Carduus Mar.- enlarged liver, jaundice wth constipation. Aegal Mar. – diarrhoea and indigestion Kurchi Q – Amoebic dysentery Chaparro Am Q – Bacillary dysentery Craetagus Q – heart tonic and coronary artery blockage Avena Sativa Q – Tonic for nerves Alfalfa Q – General tonic, appetizer and fat producer Aspidosperma Q – asthma, broncho dialeter. Blatta oriant. Q – Asthma Berb Vul. Q – kidney stone Hydrangea Q – for breaking of kidney stone Sarsaparilla Q – for cleaning of kidney stone, sand in kidney Gentiana Lut. Q – Appetizer in children Chirata. Q – chronic fever and blood purifier Echinacea Q – blood purifier antiseptic Calendula Q – for antiseptic wash of wounds Passiflora Q – sleeplessness and as a tranquilizer 21 Acalypha Indica Q – bleeding of pulmonary TB Jabotandi Q – for mumps and local use for falling of hair Arnica Q – local massage for injury Aleteris Q – leucorrhoea with weakness Viburnum Opul. Q – painful menses Damiana Q – sexual weakness and less sperm Yohimbinum Q – sexual weakness and early ejaculation Plantago Q – local use for toothache and gums swelling Mullain Oil Q – local use for earache Sag. Q – constipation Arjuna Q – A heart tonic Atista Indica Q – for all types of worms Berberis. Aqua. Q – external use for pimples and spots Baptisia Q – typhoid fever Carica Papaya Q – enlarged liver and spleen and indigestion Chionanthus Q – gall stone colic Cynodon Dect Q – any type of bleeding Ficus Rel. Q – bright red blood from any orifice of the body Fraxinus Americana Q – enlarged uterus with bleeding Justicia Q – expectorant Lufa Bindal – gall stones Xanthoxylon Q – Painful menses among young girls Streculia Q – for stamina/athletes Asoka Q – tonic for woman Hydrocotyl Q – Leucodermia Natrum Hyposulph Q – Locally and internally for Liver spots Pinus LT Q – Menses irregularity among married women Vesicaria Q – Kidneys failure and dysuria
Ethics hospital Advantages of Homeopathy : Ethics hospital and health services pvt ltd. 1. Effectiveness: Homeopathy is extremely effective. When the correct remedy is taken, results can be rapid, complete and permanent. 2. Safety : Homeopathy is completely safe. Even babies and pregnant women can use Homeopathy without the danger of side effects. Homeopathic remedies can also be taken alongside other medication without producing unwanted side effects. 3. Naturalness : Homeopathy is natural. Homeopathic remedies are normally based on natural ingredients. 4. Act on dynamic plane : Homeopathy works in harmony with your immune system, unlike some conventional medicines which suppress the immune system. (For example, cough medicines suppress the cough reflex, which is your body's attempt to clear the lungs) 5. Not addictive : Homeopathic remedies are not addictive - once relief is felt, you should stop taking them. If no relief is felt, you are probably taking the wrong homeopathic remedy. 6. Holistic: Homeopathy is holistic. It treats all the symptoms as one, which in practical terms means that it addresses the cause, not the symptoms. This often means that symptoms tackled with Homeopathy do not recur. 7. Individuality: People have extremely wide variations from one another in their metabolism, biochemistry, reactions, and disease symptoms. In all these ways, homeopathy uses a remedy that exactly fits a person's needs, rather than routinely using the same medicine in all cases of a particular illness. 8. Non-invasiveness: Homeopathic remedies act as catalysts, assisting all the body's natural processes, rather than interfering with subtle, natural functions. In this sense medicines are extremely gentle, rather than violent, respecting and preserving the intricate mechanisms of the biological systems. 9. Non-Suppression: Many mainstream treatments thwart or weaken the immune and neurological response by simply interfering with body processes. This suppression is known to cause deeper problems later on. Homeopathic medicines work, but never suppress, even in treating inflammation or pain. 10. Scientific: In spite of misconceptions, homeopathy is as scientific as mainstream medicine. Homeopathy does not base its effectiveness on animal experiments which have no relevance to humans, and prescribing is not based on empirical, or accidental discovery of effects, but on a rational, systematic observation of the effects of remedies on healthy and sick people. 11. Integrative: Homeopathy works in concert with regular medical care, or with the full range of alternative and complementary medicine, including nutrition.
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