Prevention of monsoon diseases

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It is the time of the protracted monsoon time in our State. Though advent of rain brings cheer but the undue prolonged rains bring with them a host of unwanted diseases one needs to be wary about. But there are ways and means to keep them at bay too.

Rain means collection of water in puddles in around our houses. One needs to be cautious about such areas and promptly be discarded like the water collection in plastic covers, old unused buckets etc. as it would be an ideal place for the mosquitoes to breed and multiply. Mosquitoes are carriers of the scourge malaria for ages and has added Dengue to the list of fevers that it can carry and keeping them at bay is the best way of dealing with them rather than looking at exterminating them. Mosquito nets at night and repellant creams during daytime are a safe bet as the barrier of the nets would never allow the mosquitoes to reach you. The chemicals in the coils can cause and extend the woes as they are likely to cause an increase in probability of allergies and respiratory tract infections, especially in children who are prone to them. Homoeopathic Medicine has good remedies like China, Natrum mur which can help in getting rid of intermittent fevers like Malaria and Ars. Alb and Phos; to get rid of fevers like Dengue.

Rain time is also the time when there is a high probability of the contamination of fresh or potable drinking water with sewage lines as any damage to these lines causes leakage and infective bacteria like cholera etc. which can spread to the already susceptible human organism at this time when the resistance is at a low ebb. It is always ideal to boil and cool drinking water before putting them to use as otherwise diseases like diarrhea and cholera which cause increased number of vomiting or loose motions dehydrate an individual. Homoeopathic Medicine has good remedies like Camph, Veratrum alb. Etc which can keep such diseases at bay when treated appropriately and and on time.

It is also a time when contamination also accounts to the vegetables we eat. Salads which are eaten raw can be a source of tiny worms or elements like Ascariasis that can spread to the human body causing gastro intestinal diseases etc. So it is imperative that such foods are avoided during this season and only boiled and cooled vegetable soups should be encouraged.

Kids need their time under the rain too and though they cannot be always restrained from; once they are home they should be insisted to dry themselves and especially the feet along with the hair and body and exposure to air conditioners during that while is restricted from as they are the most vulnerable to catch a virus during that phase. Also rain coats and gum boots should be encouraged to school. Dulcamara 200 a dose of when should be given to a child which will keep the viruses at bay. Washing the hands after the use of a toilet and before eating are sure ways to keep the infections at bay. Children should be desisted from biting the nails as they could cause an infection. Even as one is more vulnerable during monsoon time there are ways to see that only good effects ensue and all infections are kept at bay.



My wife has been suffering with this disease for about twenty years now and gets into fits of rage or sometimes a state of suspicion and depression. She has been on ECT too on a couple of times earlier. –abc.

A: It is a disease of the brain which causes a feeling as if one has hallucination of seeing things, hearing voices etc. and a sensation as if their brain is under somebody else’s control. Homoeopathic Medicine has good remedies like Belladonna, Hyoscyamus, Stramonium etc. to control the aggressive form of the disease wherein rage and anger are involved and remedies like Staphysagria, Ignatia, Natrum mur which can help in keeping symptoms like suspicion, delusion, hallucination under control.


I have been suffering with hair loss in patches on the scalp and the areas of loss of hair are dry, red, itchy and sometimes oily. – abc.

A: Loss of hair in patches on the scalp could be due to conditions like Seborrheic dermatitis wherein there is thick, scaly loss of scalp like dandruff or Lichen planus wherein there is severe itching, thickness, roughness of affected area of the scalp or ringworm infestations with itching or alopecia areata wherein the loss of hair follows a coin like patch but there is no itching or any other symptom and could spread to other areas of the scalp or body. Once the hairloss is studied in your case a proper remedy to address any of the above concerns can be prescribed.


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