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Homoeopathy For All - October 2009 issue
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Sleep Disorders and Homoeopathy
Compiled by: Dr. Mudita Arora, Dr. Ruchi Singh, Dr. Bhawna
Sleep is one of the fundamental requirements of human body. Improper sleep can affect the health of any individual and the normal day to day functioning. Besides insomnia, there are numerous other sleep disorders. It is necessary to overcome these disorders to remain in good health.
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National Rural Health Mission (NRHM)
By Dr. Renuka Taneja
Realizing the importance of AYUSH as central to national development, sufficient resources both human and financial, have been allocated to ensure effective implementation of the paradigm shift envisaged at all levels starting from people themselves and PRI2 up to policy makers and program planners. In order to rapidly orient all the stakeholders, MOHFW3 has decided to bring out a concise document outlining strategies for service providers at district and below.
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Importance of Totality in Insomnia Cases
By Dr. R. Valavan
Research reveals that a number of vital functions are carried out during sleep to help maintain good mental and physical health. Read all about insomina and the role of homoeopathy in treating it.
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Shift Work Sleep Disorder
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
This topic is for people who have trouble sleeping because they work a night shift or rotating shifts.
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From Sleep Apnoea to Goodnight Sleep
By Dr. Swapan Paul
Sleep apnoea is one of the common sleep disorder characterized by pauses in breathing during sleep. This disorder can be best treated with homoeopathic medicines along with some general guidelines to patient including sleep regulation and lifestyle changes.
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Nocturnal Enuresis! Keep the Bed Dry with Homoeopathy
By Dr. Simantani Ghosh
Enuresis usually does not indicate an emotional or physical problem but can do. Homoeopathic treatment coupled with patient/family education and a cooperative approach usually produce the most favorable results in treating “bedwetting”or “sleepwetting”.
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