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Homoeopathy For All - September 2012 issue
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Stop Stressing, Start Living – Approach to Stress Disorders
By Dr. S. Sabarirajan & Dr. S.R. Ameerkhan Babu
We generally use the word "stress" when we feel that everything seems to have become too much - we are overloaded and wonder whether we really can cope with the pressures placed upon us. In this article we shall be focusing on stress that is bad for you and the approach to treating the stress disorders.
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Wheezal’s Mood Food
Wrong foods can diminish productivity and create stress. We can manage our work and thus our lives better and save ourselves from stress by paying altention to our diet. Wheezal Group of Industries has sponsored a monthly column on healthy diets, an effort towards creating awareness and promotion of health.
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Monsoon Woes
By Dr. Ritika Narula
Dancing in the rain could be a truly exhilarating experience, it comes with a price tag as there is risk of falling ill in this season. The prevalent monsoon diseases can be prevented and are treated completely by homoeopathy:
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Pneumonia Cured by Homoeopathy: A Mystery Killer
By Dr. B.S. Suvarna
Pneumonia is the most common complication of H1N1 influenza and the most common cause of death. This article gives a brief description of H1N1 virus and pneumonia as its complication, with the homoeopathic management of this disease..
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
By Dr. Mudita Arora, Dr. Ankita Singh & Dr. Neha Aggarwal
Long term stress can increase the risk of diseases like depression, heart disease and a variety of other problems. A stress related illness called Post traumatic stress disorder is a potentially debilitating anxiety disorder triggered by exposure to a traumatic experience.
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Stress Management with New Drugs
By Dr. R. Valavan
There are some rare and new homoeopathic drugs specific to stress, depression, melancholy or sadness, which are not much known but useful in the stress management. The purpose of this article is to disseminate information on such rare and new drugs.
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Perceiving Suicide: Intention, Assessment & Prevention
By Dr. Yogesh D. Niturkar & Dr. Pradeep Bodake
This article is an attempt to call attention of all, to the global burden of suicidal behaviour and discuss strategies for suicide prevention, highlighting cultural initiatives and emphasizing how specific prevention initiatives are shaped.
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De-Stress Yourself with Stress Busters
Exposure to long-term stress can impact your health -either with direct physiological damage to your body, or with harmful behavioral effects. This article gives some stress busting tips to de-stress.
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