- Bidding Farewell to Autumn
Autumn is the season of the year between summer and winter during which temperatures gradually decrease. Autumn is usually defined in the Northern Hemisphere as the period between the autumnal equinox (day and night equal in length), September 22 or 23, and the winter solstice (year's shortest day), December 21 or 22; and in the Southern Hemisphere as the period between March 20 or 21 and June 21 or 22.
The concept of autumn in European languages is connected with the harvesting of crops; Animals gather food in autumn in preparation for the coming winter, and those with fur often grow thicker coats.
- Bronchial Asthma and Homeopathy
- Homeopathic Approach to Bronchial Asthma
- Bell's Palsy :: Stroke of the Face
- Obesity and Homeopathy
- Prostate Problems and Homeopathy
- Homeopathy and Autumn Diseases
- Preventing Autumn Illnesses
- Homeopathic Management of Pica
- Have a Cool Summer
Here is Summer in all its glory with the mighty sun and rising temperature affecting the lives of all of us. Though most people look forward to summer for enjoying the air, sunshine and warm weather, but little do they realize that this season also brings with it a range of summer ailments and allergies. In this issue you will find articles on all those subjects which one should be reminded of during the Summer Season in order to remain Healthy.
- Beat the Heat
Besides just feeling the heat in summers there are a number of ailments one can suffer from, these include skin complaints, headache, eye complaints, muscular cramps and in severe cases heat stroke. But how are we to cope up with the excessive heat of the summers?
- Heat Stroke / Heat Exhaustion / Heat Cramps and Homoeopathy
Heat stroke is a life threatening condition in which the body's heat-regulating system fails, due to exposure to high temperatures. If left untreated, heat stroke may progress to coma. Death may result due to kidney failure, acute heart failure, or heat induced damage to the brain. Homeopathic remedies such as Glonine, Natrum carb., Belladonna, Lachesis, are found to be of great use in such conditions.
- Homeopathic Management of Sun Stroke
It is also known as Heat stroke or Heat hyperpyrexia. Very often in summers there are news in daily papers about the deaths occuring because of heat stroke. But rarely people think about this cause of death and that what it is? Why it affects and how it affects? And what measures can be taken to prevent it, and what should be done after sunstroke. This all I would like to discuss here. So that all the cases of sunstroke should not prove fatal.
- Managing Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke
Heat exhaustion can be treated easily. The affected person should rest in a cool place, ideally in an air- conditioned building, and sip cool, salty drinks until he or she feels comfortable. If heat stroke is suspected, he or she should be admitted to the hospital as soon as possible.
- Sun, Sun, Sun Here It Comes
With coming of summers the exposure of skin to UV rays increases. Applying sunscreen does not make you UV-proof; researchers warn that though sunscreens do protect against sunburn, there is no scientific proof that they protect against melanoma or basal cell carcinoma in humans. So what’s the way out?
- Summers and Surge of Suicides
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...