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Healthcare Social Media Chat Transcript: Homeopathy Worked For Me
7 UK Celebrities come together to launch ‘Homeopathy Works For Me’ Campaign
Topic of Discussion: Why Homeopathy Works For You?
Adrenal Fatigue and its Homeopathic Restore
A Guest Post by Dr. Neha Vijayakar (The Author)
Because Stress is so mean (and also extremely smart), it directly attacks that part of your system which monitors the harmony of our physiology- the Neuro-Endocrine Axis. To explain simply, your Hypothalamus and all the Endocrine Glands are at the mercy of its unforgiving ways.
To set the ball rolling, Stress makes its presence felt first in the two tiny, deceptively less-important glands called the Adrenals.
Celebrities on Homeopathy
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DR. SAMUEL HAHNEMANN, M.D. (5)
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DR. CLEMENS BOENNINGHAUSEN (3)
DR. CYRUS MAXWELL BOGER, M.D. (3)
DR. ERNEST ALBERT FARRRINGTON, M.D. (1)
DR. ADOLPH LIPPE, M.D. (3)
DR. HENRY CLAY ALLEN, M.D. (5)
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Conducting Research in Clinic
A Guest Post by Dr. Saurav Arora (The Author)
There has been a gain in momentum in homoeopathic research in last few decades as evident from various research studies and publications but we as clinicians have a long way to pursue when it comes to research in Homeopathy, but majority of times, we are not very sure what, when and how to start it. The presentation is all about an overview of possibilities of integration of research and clinical Homoeopathy.
Homeopathic Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Guest Post Written by Dr. Navneet Bidani (The Author)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has been an officially recognized illness since 1980 and it may be defined as the development of significant anxiety, fear, helplessness and horror after exposure (experienced or witness) to trauma, defined as an event associated with either actual or threatened death or injury to oneself or another. Individuals experience associated symptoms of detachment and loss of emotional responsivity. The patient may feel de-personalized and unable to recall specific aspects of the trauma, though typically it is re-experienced through intrusions in thoughts, dreams, or flashbacks, particularly when cues of the original event are present.
The word “pharmakon” translated as ‘drug’ and meaning both ‘remedy’ and ‘poison’. Pharmacopoeia is an official book published by the government containing list of medicines with information about sources, description, identification, preparation and standardisation.
Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India has documented 4400 drugs. India also recognises British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of United States and German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia.
Arndt-Schultz law (now called as Hormesis)
This pharmacological law is about non-linearity between dose and response. It states that, “weak stimuli slightly accelerate the vital activity, medium-strong stimuli raise it, strong ones suppress it and very strong ones halt it”.
Lives saved by Homeopathy in Epidemics and Pandemics
Guest Post Written by Iman Navab (The Author)
Both Epidemic and Pandemic refers to the spread of infectious diseases among a population. The term pandemic indicates a far higher number of people affected in much larger geographical area than epidemic. Mortality rate is number of deaths per 1000 individuals per year. Genus epidemicus means that the treatment protocol of an epidemic disease is designed based on the collected signs and symptoms of a large group of patients in the same geographical area.
Homeopathy has been a boon to the patients of scarlet fever, typhus fever, yellow fever, Pneumonia, Cholera, Influenza, Hepatitis, Dengue, Leptospirosis and Conjunctivitis during the times of pandemics and epidemics.
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