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Psoriasis
Posted By : Dr. Mukesh Singh
Posted On : 30-October-2020

Psoriasis is thought to be an immune system problem. Triggers include infections, stress and cold. The most common symptom is a rash on the skin, but sometimes the rash involves the nails or joints. Treatment aims to remove scales and stop skin cells from growing so quickly. Topical ointments, light therapy and medication can offer relief. Psoriasis is a skin disorder that causes skin cells to multiply up to 10 times faster than normal. This makes the skin build up into bumpy red patches covered with white scales. They can grow anywhere, but most appear on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back. Psoriasis can't be passed from person to person. It does sometimes happen in members of the same family. Psoriasis usually appears in early adulthood. For most people, it affects just a few areas. In severe cases, psoriasis can cover large parts of the body. The patches can heal and then come back throughout a person's life Symptoms The symptoms of psoriasis vary depending on the type you have. Some common symptoms for plaque psoriasis -- the most common variety of the condition -- include: Plaques of red skin, often covered with silver-colored scales. These plaques may be itchy and painful, and they sometimes crack and bleed. In severe cases, the plaques will grow and merge, covering large areas. Disorders of the fingernails and toenails, including discoloration and pitting of the nails. The nails may also crumble or detach from the nail bed. Plaques of scales or crust on the scalp. People with psoriasis can also get a type of arthritis called psoriatic arthritis. It causes pain and swelling in the joints. The National Psoriasis Foundation estimates that between 10% to 30% of people with psoriasis also have psoriatic arthritis. Types Other types of psoriasis include: Pustular psoriasis , which causes red and scaly skin with tiny pustules on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. Guttate psoriasis , which often starts in childhood or young adulthood, causes small, red spots, mainly on the torso and limbs. Triggers may be respiratory infections, strep throat, tonsillitis, stress, injury to the skin, and taking antimalarial and beta-blocker medications. Inverse psoriasis , which makes bright red, shiny lesions that appear in skin folds, such as the armpits, groin, and under the breasts. Erythrodermic psoriasis , which causes fiery redness of the skin and shedding of scales in sheets. It's triggered by severe sunburn, infections, certain medications, and stopping some kinds of psoriasis treatment. It needs to be treated immediately because it can lead to severe illness. What Causes Psoriasis? No one knows the exact cause of psoriasis, but experts believe that it’s a combination of things. Something wrong with the immune system causes inflammation, triggering new skin cells to form too quickly. Normally, skin cells are replaced every 10 to 30 days. With psoriasis, new cells grow every 3 to 4 days. The buildup of old cells being replaced by new ones creates those silver scales. Psoriasis tends to run in families, but it may be skip generations. For instance, a grandfather and his grandson may be affected, but not the child's mother. Things that can trigger an outbreak of psoriasis include: Cuts, scrapes, or surgery Emotional stress Strep infections Medications, including Blood pressure medications (like beta-blockers) Hydroxychloroquine, antimalarial medication Diagnosis Physical exam. It’s usually easy for your doctor to diagnose psoriasis, especially if you have plaques on areas such as your: Scalp Ears Elbows Knees Belly button Nails If you or a loved one has Psoriasis suggesting Mission Chronic Cure (Advanced Homoeopathic Centre) at 8743859744 to schedule an appointment soon.

Stasis Dermatitis
Posted By : Dr. Mukesh Singh
Posted On : 30-October-2020

Stasis dermatitis is a long-term condition that causes inflammation, ulcers, and itchy skin on the lower legs. It often occurs in people who have underlying conditions that affect blood flow in the legs, such as chronic venous insufficiency, varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and congestive heart failure. Some patients develop a red rash or brownish skin discoloration near the ankles. These changes are subtle at first, but they progress to very obvious changes over time and reflect very unhealthy skin due to high pressures within the veins of the legs. The skin changes are called venous stasis dermatitis and the condition involving the high pressure in the veins is called chronic venous hypertension. This is a completely different condition from arterial hypertension which is the condition usually referenced when the word “hypertension” is used in medical discussions. It is IMPORTANT to seek evaluation of venous stasis dermatitis since it reflects very abnormal changes in the skin and soft tissues developing over a long period of time. High pressure in the veins forces fluid, blood cells, and protein through the walls of the microscopic veins into the soft tissues. The continuing injury to the skin eventually results in infection, blood clotting, or venous stasis leg ulcers near the ankles. Venous stasis leg ulcers may not heal or may heal very slowly and almost always are preventable with proper care. Because many patients do not experience much leg pain in the early stages, they often present with very advanced disease. In the early stages, many patients feel only some itching or burning discomfort. Chronic venous hypertension leading to venous stasis ulcers may be a result of failure of the one-way valves in the veins of the leg (venous insufficiency), chronic dependency of the legs, or venous obstruction preventing flow of venous blood back to the heart. Combinations of these problems may cause particularly severe stasis dermatitis. Venous obstruction may be caused by old venous thrombosis (clotting) with residual scarring in the veins of the legs, pelvis, or abdomen or by compression due to obesity or compression by other abdominal or pelvic organs. It is important to avoid prolonged sitting or standing when feasible and to do calf muscle pump exercises when one must sit or stand. Homoeopathic Treatment – There are lot of Homoeopathic medicines for Venous Stasis pigmentations and ulcers. Patient has to visit and give all the sign and symptoms to Qualified homoeopathic Physician. After analysis the case Homoeopathic Physician will give the CONSTITUTION MEDICINE which will be very effective and give quick relief. If you or a loved one has skin changes suggesting Mission Chronic Cure (Advanced Homoeopathic Centre) at 8743859744 to schedule an appointment soon.

Homoeopathic Treamtent in Oral Cancer
Posted By : Dr. Mukesh Singh
Posted On : 21-October-2020

Oral Cancer : Treatment, Procedure, Cost And Side Effects What is the Oral Cancer? How is the Homoeopathic treatment done? Who is not eligible for the treatment? Are there any side effects? What are the guidelines during the Homoeopathic treatment? How long does it take to recover? What is the price of the treatment in India? Are the results of the treatment permanent? What are the alternatives to the treatment? What is the Oral Cancer? Oral cancer is defined as the abnormal growth of cells in any part of the lips or mouth. Most oral cancers are known to commence in the lips or mouth lining. This is the region where we find the flat cells also known as the squamous cells. Other names for this type of cancer are oropharyngeal cancer and oral cavity cancer. There is a wide range of risk factors associated with oral cancer. This involves heavy alcohol consumption, smoking, having human papillomavirus (HPV), or marijuana usage. In case of lip cancer, exposure to UV light or tanning beds increases the risk for oral cancer. Symptoms include lumps or sores on the mouth region or the lips. How is the Homoeopathic treatment done? Mission Chronic Cure is a big platform where every doctor has a quality to handle such a critical cases. Doctor will take brief history of a patient and analysis the case properly. Homoeopathic doctor will find the Constitution of the patient, uncommon peculiar sign and symptoms. These types of sign and symptoms are very useful to find out the best homoeopathic remedy for the CANCER. Who is not eligible for the Homoeopathic treatment? Every age group can take Homoeopathic Treatment for the CANCER. Are there any side effects? There are so side effects in any form. What are the guidelines during the Homoeopathic Treatment? It is very important that the patient receives proper follow-up care during the treatment. Patient may do a blood test, x-rays or a complete physical examination. Patient also urges to strictly stop the usage of tobacco and consumption of alcohol to prevent recurrence of oral cancer. How long does it take to recover? It is depends upon patient to patient or immunity of the patient. Sometimes will take two to three months or sometimes gives quick results. What is the price of the treatment in India? The cost of treatment ranges from Rs. 2500-3500/- including Consultation + Medicines for one month. Courier charges are not including. Are the results of the treatment permanent? No the results of the Homoeopathic treatment for oral cancer are not permanent as the cancer cells can return in case they were not detected earlier. But the recovery rate is higher than the Allopathic treatment. What are the alternatives to the treatment? Alternative treatments for oral cancer include using herbs like turmeric (curcuma longa), mint, thyme, basil and green tea. The usage of these herbs will provide benefit in easing the symptoms associated with oral cancer. Surgery followed by a chemotherapy or radiation therapy are the alternate treatment. If you or a loved one has any type of CANCER suggesting Mission Chronic Cure (Advanced Homoeopathic Centre) at 8743859744 to schedule an appointment soon.