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Treatment of Acirrhosis in Naturopathy E-mail
Written by Dr. D. Satya Nath   
Monday, 07 May 2012 06:37

Treatment of Cirrhosis in Naturopathy

What is Cirrhosis

Treatment of Acirrhosis in NaturopathyCirrhosis is a condition in which the liver slowly deteriorates and malfunctiond due to chronic injury. Liver is the only organ in the body that is able to regenerate but in Cirrhosis, the damaging agent such as virus, drug, alcohol, etc, continues to attack the liver and prevents complete regeneration thereby replacing normal, healthy liver tissu to scar tissue. The development  of cirrhosis indicates late stage liver disease and is usually followed by the onset of complications.

Many people with cirrhosis have no symptoms in the early stages of the disease. As the disease progresses, symptoms may include weakness, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, wight loss, abdominal pain and bloating, itching, and spiderlike blood vessels on the skin. On deterioration of liver function, complications develop. In your case it is evident that it is an after effect of the drug you have taken.

The goals of Naturopathic treatment are to stop the progression of scar tissue in the liver and prevent or treat complications.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 May 2012 08:53
How to Control Hypertension thorugh Naturopathy & Yoga E-mail
Written by Dr. Naveen Sharma   

How to Control Hypertension thorugh Naturopathy & Yoga

Control Hypertension with Yoga & NaturopathyWhat is Blood Pressure ?

Blood which is flowing in arteries, exerts pressure on the arterial wall, known as blood pressure.

What is hypertension ?

High blood pressure or hypertension means that the person has a systolic and diastolic blood pressure higher than what is considered normal for his age. Person having systolic blood pressure equal or more than 140mm/Hg and diastolic blood pressure equal or more than 90 mm/Hg is kwon as Hypertension.

Types of Hypertension

It is classified in two categories

  1. Essential/Primary Hypertension
  2. Secondary Hypertension
Last Updated on Monday, 16 April 2012 10:24
Techniques and Types of Meditations E-mail
Written by Dr. Sarang Patil   

Techniques & Types of MeditationTechniques of Meditations

There are different techniques of meditation depending upon the object and the strategy chosen. Despite the difference in objects of focus and techniques of meditation, three key factors have to be present in the practice of any of meditation. Those three factors are :-

  • the object of meditations (locus of focus)
  • the centre of consciousness (point of awareness) where the mind is held during meditation.
  • the method employed to invoke concentration.

The object of meditation can be anything as described earlier, internal or external, stable or dynamic. The sacred texts of Yoga and Vedanta maintain that the object of meditation must not be frequently changed. The object of meditation is generally held within at a particular center, such as the heart, the forehead, the tip of the nose, or the crown of the head. Or the seeker may place it outside his body, in-front of him on the ideal. However, in some meditation techniques the object of conentration and the center of consciousness (awairness) where the mind is held are same. The method employed to invoke concentration is either selected by the seeker or prescribed by the teacher (Guru) and it also must not be changed.

In buddhist forms of mindfulness meditation technique the locus of focus and the center of awareness remain same and is dynamic, continually moves with the changing processes or phenomena. In cyclic meditation as well the locus of awareness keeps on changing along with the slow movements of body.

Last Updated on Sunday, 25 March 2012 15:11
Yoga & Naturopathy for Autism E-mail
Written by Dr. Yuvraj Paul   
Monday, 06 February 2012 13:57

autism awarenessYoga & Naturopathy for Autism

Autism is a condition born out of man's disharmony with nature. Disharmony of the mind leads to stress, tension, anger and a host of negative emotions. This disharmony of a person also leads to physical diseases. Since, Autism is a condition caused by chemical toxicity, solutions must logically be found in medical systems which are interwined with Nature.

Autism is a term used for a number of developmental disabilities called autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Autism spectrum disorders vary in severity and impact, from individual to individual and emerge in the first 3 years of a child's life. It can affect the child's ability to communicate, understand languages and social relationships.

Autistic child acts in unusual ways, they might flap their hands, have impairment of communication such as mute, repeat certain words over and over, have temper tantrums, problems with sleeping, feeding and irrational fear, colour phobia, objects and noise, etc. The main fature is that they like to stick on to a particular schedule and any changes will lead to irritation.

Causes of Autismcauses of autism

The brain contains nerve cells called neurons; each neuron may have hundreds or thousands of connections that carry messages to other nerve cells in the brain and body. The connections and the chemical messages they send (called neuro transmitters) let the neurons help to see, feel, move, remember and work together as they should do.

For some reason, some of the cells and connections in the brain of a child with autism, especially those that affect communication, emotions, and senses, don't develop properly or get damaged. Digestion problems like, constipation, pain in abdomen and at times ulcers may also occur, which the child cannot express himself.

There is no cure for autism, but doctors, special teachers can help kids with autism to overcome or adjust with difficulties like improving digestion, the speech, reduce the temper, improve communications skills, etc.

Few Students with mild autism can go to regular school. They also need teachers trained to understand the problems they have with communicating and learning.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 February 2012 20:03
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