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Homoeopathy For All - November 2008 issue


Digestive System and Homoeopathy
Compiled by: Dr. Mudita Arora & Dr. Ritu Ahuja
The digestive system is a portal for nutrients from the environment to gain access to the circulatory system. Thus the process of digestion becomes all the more important. Keeping this in view, the various disease conditions related to digestion have been discussed below to highlight the importance of digestive process in daily life.
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Homoeopathy Aids Digestion in Children
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
Digestive disorders affecting infants and children range from simple problems that most children experience from time to time, such as vomiting or diarrhea, to more serious (and possibly life-threatening) birth defects such as tracheoesophageal fistula, or illnesses such as appendicitis. In this article, we present the four most common digestive problems of early childhood with their homoeopathic treatment.
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Shed those Extra Pounds with Homoeopathy
By Dr. Ritika Hassija
The primary goal in treating obesity is to reduce overall body weight and maintain the lower weight. This usually involves a combination of diet, exercise, and other lifestyle modification. Factors such as general health and motivation to lose weight are also important considerations. Alternative system of medicines have a beneficial effects on weight loss.
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Relieve your Trouble with Homoeopathy
By Dr. (Mrs.) B.S.Suvarna
Homoeopathy can relieve many common and transient conditions such as headache, toothache, sore throat, earache, migraine etc. The article presents a few of such common conditions with their homoeopathic treatment.
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Homoeopathic Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
By Dr. R. Valavan
IBS is most commonly a functional disorder. The scope and success of homoeopathy in functional disorders are known both in acute episodes as well as in giving stable recovery. Number of such cases visiting to homoeopaths is increasing including those referred from other systems.
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Hair Loss – A Threat to Cosmetic Value
By Dr. Swapan Paul
Human hair, undoubtedly, retains a significant and protective importance. Although hair may not have an essential biological significance, but the psychological significance of hair fall is often ignored by the doctors. When an increase in hair fall occurs, man may become anxious, fearing loss of potency, and women may be appalled at the cosmetic disaster that they foresee.
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