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Homoeopathy For All - February 2009 issue
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Heart Affections And Homoeopathy
Compiled by: Dr. Mudita Arora, Dr. Ruchi
Heart disease is the number one killer in the world. India is particularly affected by it and the problem seems to be intensifying further. With the growing scale of lifestyle related cardiac diseases it is vital to identify high risk group, screen for cardiac disorders and their appropriate management.
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Homoeopathic Management of Hypotension
By Dr. R. Valavan
Hypotension is managed through homoeopathy with the combination of proper diet, required nutrition and necessary lifestyle changes. Here, the author presents the many homeopathic medicines that can be used in the treatment of hypotension.
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Opening a New Era in Homoeopathic Care Caring for the Community
Dr. M. L. Dhawale, MD (1927-87), a master clinician, educationist and author charted out the path for the growth of the science. His students and followers have been working since the last 20 years in different parts of the country attempting to live out the ideas he propounded. This issue of ‘Homoeopathy For All’ brings the experiences of a number of these young physicians to the attention of the readers.
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Silica - The Toxic Eliminator
Silicea is a cleansing, eliminating tissue salt.  It removes foul, degerative matter from the body and is the biochemic remedy for abscesses, styes, boils and pimples, bad odour, offensive perspiration and smelly feet.  Silicea is also indicated for malnutrition, physical fatigue, trembling and languor.
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Obsession: A Malady? Mind Games
By Simret
An obsession may appear a normal occurrence. But a simple occurrence may become an unending phenomenon – a daily or an unending routine, clutching a person for weeks, months of even years together, highlighting the turn of phrase ‘compulsive’; where the futility of the act may be recognized but the body inevitably would be compelled to perform it, repetitively. At this mindset, the obsession transforms into, what can be called a ‘mental malady’ – Obsessive Compulsive Disease or OCD.
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What are Palpitations?
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
Palpitations are a common symptom experienced by many. They are unpleasant sensations of irregular and forceful, beating of the heart. They can be a symptom of heart disease but many a times, the cause is unknown with no underlying pathology. Read about palpitations, their management and homoeopathic cure.
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