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Homoeopathy For All - February 2011 issue


Living With High Blood Pressure
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
Controlling your high blood pressure requires a combination of effective monitoring, appropriate treatment, and, most importantly, some changes to common lifestyle choices. These five changes will have an enormous impact on your long term health.
>> Page 16

Homoeopathic Management of Hypertension
By Dr. Swapan Paul
Unless properly managed and treated, hypertension will prove fatal and may even terminate the life. Homoeopathic medicine along with proper dietary and life-style regulation may prevent and reduce the incidence of hypertension.
>> Page 28

Hypertension in Diabetics
By Dr. Mudita Arora, Shweta Gangar & Dr. Rashmi Debnath
Hypertension may precede the onset of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) and in about 95% cases, it is essential Hypertension and the rest may be secondary type. In India about 50% of Diabetics have Hypertension. It is essential to comprehend the fundamental facts about this deadly alliance
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Rare Homoeopathic Mother Tinctures and Low Potencies for Hypertension – An Overview
By Dr. R. Valavan
Homoeopathy can play a vital role in the target of reducing the incidence of hypertension. Homoeopaths encounter hypertension cases everyday which are managed effectively with homoeopathic remedies. This article enlists the rare homoeopathic mother tinctures and low potencies for hypertension.
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Homoeopathic Approach to Hypertension
By Dr. Beena Thomas & Dr. Mansi Arya
Research evidences attributing hereditary factors to chronic ailments like Hypertension, validate Dr.Hahnemann’s concept of Fundamental cause of the disease. Discussion also provides scientific dimension to Miasmatic influences by drawing parallels with the etiological factors, pathology and variable clinical manifestations of Hypertension
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Don’t be Restless - Take Homoeopathy
By Dr. Ritu Kinra
RLS can make it hard to fall asleep and stay asleep. It may make you feel tired and sleepy during the day. This can make it hard to learn, work, and do other daily activities. Not getting enough sleep also can cause depression, mood swings, or other health problems.
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Biochemic System >> Page 53
Pondering Views >> Page 72
events >> Page 60
Forecast >> Page 70



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