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  • Anxiety and Homoeopathic Remedies
    Author : Dr. B.S. Suvarna  |  Rating:   |  3 Comments  |  7891 times viewed
  • A case of Trichotillomania treated with Homeopathy
    Author : Dr. G. R. Mohan  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  20503 times viewed
  • Hyperventilation Syndrome
    Author : Dr. Ajit Singh  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  13780 times viewed
  • Non-Cardiac Chest Pains
    Author : Dr. Ajit Singh  |  Rating:   |  1 Comments  |  46138 times viewed
  • Summers and Surge of Suicides
    Author : Dr. (Mrs.) Puneet Srivastava  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  9537 times viewed
    Researchers have linked the rise in temperature in Summers with the increase in frequency of Suicides in this season. But how can one identify this severe depression of summers and what can one do to prevent it? Sure enough Homeopathy offers a helping hand...
  • Psychotherapy and Counseling
    Author : Dr. B.S. Suvarna  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  7331 times viewed
    Psychotherapy and Counseling have always been thought to be one and the same thing and its process has always been the back stage saga. In this article author discusses each of these, their steps and even the shortcomings of maintaining client-centered therapy.
  • Winter Depression: Can Homeopathy Help?
    Author : Dr. Anoop Kumar Srivastava  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  6445 times viewed
    Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as winter depression or winter blues, is a mood disorder in which people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year experience depressive symptoms in the winter or, less frequently, in the summer, repeatedly, year after year. The US National Library of Medicine notes that "some people experience a serious mood change when the seasons change. They may sleep too much, have little energy, and crave sweets and starchy foods. They may also feel depressed. Though symptoms can be severe, they usually clear up.
  • Homeopathy and Phobias
    Author : Dr. Varsha V. Sharma  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  12853 times viewed
    There are various questions which arise in our minds related to phobia like, "What is phobia?, How does it arise?, Does Homeopathy have any role in treating phobia?" and many more. To have a better understanding of phobia letís go through the article
  • Psychosomatic Disorders and Homeopathy
    Author : Dr. Ajit Singh  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  10111 times viewed
  • Obsessive Compulsive Neurosis and Homeopathy
    Author : Dr. Prabhat Tandon  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  10282 times viewed
  • A Homeopathic Perspective on Psychological Problems: Treating Mind and Body
    Author : Dr. Dana Ullman  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  6477 times viewed
    Homeopaths don't separate the mind and body in the usual way; they generally assume that body and mind are dynamically interconnected and that both directly influence each other. This acknowledgement of the interconnectness of body and mind is not simply a vague, impractical concept. Homeopaths base virtually every homeopathic prescription on the physical and psychological symptoms of the sick person. Psychological symptoms often play a primary role in the selection of the correct medicine.
  • Homeopathy and Mental Diseases
    Author : Dr. P. Singh  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  5018 times viewed
    Homeopathy believes that disease is an end product of inner disturbance. It believes that mental and emotional diseases are closely related to physical diseases. In regard to mental disorders, Dr. Hahnemann writes in paragraph 215 of his Organon: "Almost all so-called mental and emotional diseases are nothing but physical diseases in which the symptom of mental and emotional disorder characteristic of each one increases more or less rapidly as the physical symptoms diminish, almost like a local disease transferred into the invisible subtle mental or emotional organs". So a successful homeopathic cure can only be achieved by treating the whole organism- mind and body both.
  • Coping with Stress: A Holistic Approach
    Author : Dr. Rachna K. Singh  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  4914 times viewed
    Strategies to avoid stress include managing your time and commitments, establishing a strong system of social support and effective coping strategies, and leading a healthy lifestyle, including getting adequate sleep and eating healthfully. Techniques to relieve stress include physical activity and exercise, breathing exercises, muscle relaxation, and massage.
  • Anxiety and its Homeopathic Therapeutics
    Author : Dr. Sayeed Ahmad  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  5963 times viewed
    All people experience anxiety to some degree. Most people feel anxious when faced with a new situation, such as a first date, or when trying to do something well, such as give a public speech. A mild to moderate amount of anxiety in these situations is normal and even beneficial. Anxiety can motivate people to prepare for an upcoming event and can help keep them focused on the task at hand. However, too little anxiety or too much anxiety can cause problems
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder: A Detailed Study
    Author : Dr. Sayeed Ahmad  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  5164 times viewed
    Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD) refer to a range of problem behaviours associated with poor attention span. These may include impulsiveness, restlessness and hyperactivity, as well as inattentiveness, and often prevent children from learning and socialising well. ADHD is sometimes referred to as hyperkinetic disorder.
  • Efficacy of Homeopathy in Treating Depression
    Author : Dr. Sayeed Ahmad  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  9547 times viewed
    A number of large-scale studies indicate that depression rates have increased worldwide over the past several decades. Furthermore, younger generations are experiencing depression at an earlier age than did previous generations. Social scientists have proposed many explanations, including changes in family structure, urbanization, and reduced cultural and religious influences.
  • Women, Emotional Problems and Homeopathy
    Author : Dr. B.S. Suvarna  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  9689 times viewed
    Psychological problems, discomforts, illnesses are on a rise in the present era, particularly in women. Todayís Women have house work as well as jobs to handle. The 21st century woman holds fast to her responsibilities both at home and job front. Balancing her responsibilities as a Mother, a Wife, a Sister, a Daughter, a Daughter-in-law and above all as an office-going employee she has no time for herself. She has no time for herself, no time to relax. This makes the present women more susceptible to emotional problems.
  • Euthanasia and Homeopathy
    Author : Dr. George Vithoulkas  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  4789 times viewed
    Euthanasia is the practice of ending the life of an individual suffering from a terminal illness or an incurable condition, as by lethal injection or the suspension of extraordinary medical treatment. [from the Greek: a good death eu- eu- thanatos] A problem that concerns everyone and which is a worldwide conversation topic. Whether euthanasia is ethically right is a question of global interest, however it seems that so far no answer has been found.
  • Grief (Reactive Depression) and its Homeopathic Approach
    Author : Dr. Ajit Singh  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  17743 times viewed
  • A Brief Study of Common Psychiatric Disorders
    Author : Dr. K. R. Mansoor Ali  |  Rating:   |  0 Comments  |  5055 times viewed

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