Month: January 2017

Skin Conditions – Types and Remedies

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As humankind we are all the time vulnerable to different types of ailments, diseases, disorders and conditions. Some of the common conditions are that of skin. People suffer from various skin conditions depending upon the type of skin, the atmospheric conditions and more. The skin conditions may cause itching, rashes, scars, boils, pigmentation and more on a part or whole of the body. Here is a run down some of the common skin conditions.

ACNE Skin on Face

ACNE – Acne is one of the most common types of skin conditions. This occurs when toxins are in excess in the human body. Apparently, the kidney and the liver are allocated the task of removing the toxins from human body. When the toxins are in excess and kidney and liver are not able to handle the same, it results into inflammation of skin’s oil glands as well as hair follicles.

The major cause of acne is known to be excess consumption of fried and oily food. There are numerous factors that are responsible for worsening the acne condition. Some of them include intake of contraceptive pills, heavy sweating, use of some specific medicines, tight clothing and more.

Some of the treatments across the world for acne include use of Benzoyl Peroxide. It is responsible for killing the bacteria, open the blocked pores and reduces inflammation.
Different antibiotics are also used for reducing acne. They are apparently prescribed with other medicines to increase the effectiveness. This includes Tetracycline based antibiotics a lot.

sunburn-peel

SUN BURNS- India on a whole has a hot climate. UV protection hence, becomes one of the primary steps in order to prevent the same. But, many of us do not take any care of our skin and hence are get subjected to sun burns in hot conditions depending upon our skin type. Sun Burns occur more in fair skinned or light skinned people than wheatish or dark ones.

So, it is always advisable to prevent sunburns by using sunscreen lotions for UV protection. It is also advisable to use moisturizing creams or lotions as exposure to sun tends to dry up the skin.

dark circles

DARK CIRCLES – Dark circles another common condition amongst adults. Apparently, it is irritating because it tends to affect your facial looks. It looks like dark spots under eyes. The reasons for dark circles include allergies, improper diet, lack of sleep and more.
To prevent the same one needs to eat healthy food, drink lots of water, avoid too much sun exposure by using sunscreen creams and lotions.

Moles on Face

 

MOLES – Many people have these moles on skin and trust me it quite irks you up. Having it on your face though is the most irritating part of it. Moles occur when skin cells grow in a bunch and spread. They could be flat or raised. They could also be hereditary or could occur due to excessive exposure to sunlight.

 

 

wrinkles

WRINKLES – We all know that wrinkles are the result of aging. These are in form of lines on the skin surface that keep on being prominently visible with age. Aging is a natural process but sometimes use of excessive cosmetics, unhealthy eating habits can make aging faster.

In order to prevent them or slow down the whole process one needs to eat healthy food and drink a lot of water. Quitting addictions like smoking, drinking and drugs is a good idea to prevent them.

Contact to best dermatologist in bangalore,

Dr Priya K.S Skin Specialist in Bangalore associate with Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital

List of Top Medical Colleges in Bangalore – Contact Address

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Bangalore has many Best Medical Colleges, including RGUHS, Bangalore.

Here you see list of top medical colleges in Bangalore.

S.No

College Name

Website

Contact email

Address

1

Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital – Bangalore

www.rrmch.org

info@rrmch.org

No.202, Kambipura, Mysore Road,
Bangalore-560 074.

2

Vydehi Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research Centre – Bangalore

www.vims.ac.in

principalmedical@vimsmail.com

#82, Nallurahalli, Near BMTC 18th Depot, Whitefield,
Bangalore – 560 066

3

St. Johns Medical College, Bangalore

www.stjohns.in dean.sjmc@stjohns.in Sarjapur Road
Bangalore
Karnataka State
India
560 034
4

MVJ Medical College and Research Hospital, Bangalore

www.mvjmc.edu.in principal@mvjmc.edu.in Dandupalya, National Highway 4, 30th Km Milestone, Kolathur P.O, Dandupalya, Hoskote, Karnataka 562114
5

M S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore

www.msrmc.ac.in msrmedical@gmail.com MSR Nagar, MSRIT Post
Bangalore – 560054
INDIA
6

Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore

www.kimsbangalore.edu.in principalkims@gmail.com Banashankari 2nd Stage , Bangalore-560070
7

Dr BR Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore

www.bramc.org drbramc@yahoo.co.in Kadugondanahalli Bangalore 560045

Migraine: Causes, Symptoms, Home Remedies and Treatments

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Migraine is a common kind of a headache in both the genders. It can get extremely painful and quite unbearable. There are various different causes of migraine in men and women. Many people get blind spots, tingling in the legs and hands, vomiting, nausea, flashes of light before they are hit by a migraine or even when they experience the same. The pain can last for a long time as long as many hours to many days and the bad news is that the causes of migraine are still largely not known. The age group that seems to be most affected by this painful headache is 15-55 years.

Migraine: Causes, Symptoms, Home Remedies and Treatments

Migraine Triggers
High intensity noise, bright lights, strong smell, flickering lights, temperature variations
Stress, anxiety, tension, excitement, depression
Irregular sleeping patterns
Addictions like alcohol, smoking or exposure to it
Fasting or skipping meals resulting into low blood sugar
Hormonal triggers like menstrual cycles, menopause, birth control pills, sleeping pills
Foods containing monosodium glutamate (MSG), tryamine

Migraine Home Remedies
Help yourself – Try to track you migraine on the calendar to keep a check on its pattern. Sometimes migraines follow a fixed pattern and triggers as mentioned above. Try to avoid the triggers as much as possible. This way you can actually prevent migraine.

Supplements – Supplements are available in the market and the consumption of which can help you prevent migrant. Check with your family doctor or physician and find out details on the same.

Relaxation techniques – Try massage for relaxation. Massage helps in easing shoulder and neck spasms. Other techniques include yoga, tai chi, etc.

Acupuncture – There are numerous studies on the role of acupuncture in providing relief from migraine. So, you may as well try it.

Icepacks – Cold packs are better compared to hot packs in giving relief against migraine as ice is said to be anti-inflammatory.

Migraine medical Treatment
Medications – Medications do help a lot in providing relief against the excruciating pain that migraine is bound to cause. Some anti-seizure medications also help in reducing migraines. But, it is advisable to consult your doctor before trying out any such medications. Similarly even anti-depressants have been successful to an extent to ease the migraine aches but only if you are suffering from depression are they advised, otherwise not.

Botox – One of the clinically proven treatments for migraine is Botox. It usually takes around 31 shots over a 12 week span with little or no side effects. You may as well consult your doctor to find out more about it.

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