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Natural Cures For Epilepsy
What's natural ? : Jaundice is not a disease it is more of a symptom/sign . You must find the underlying cause before you can treat it. See an MD to evaluate. Remember, arsenic, botulinum toxin and Ebola are all natural.... but I wouldn't recommend you take any of them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Short Fasts: Best treatment for acute or chronic gastritis starts with periods of short fasts, it may be enough for three days for acute gastritis during the fasts fresh fruit juices may be taken.It gives the stomach some rest to recover from the inflammation.You can also take over the counter antacids to suppress acid in the stomach. There are many home remedies suggested like tamarind water, buttermilk bland d. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a dermatologist.: Begin with a diagnosis. Not all hair loss is the same. Treatment depends on the diagnosis. You can probably be helped. Forget "natural". It has no meaning. Forget "homemade". It will get you nowhere. Forget "homeopathic". No homeopathic remedy is anything but placebo. Don't be a sucker for any of these con games. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO: Seizures occur when the brain becomes "irritable" for some reason. I believe a common occurrence for this at night would be a reduced oxygen level as might occur in someone with sleep apnea. You should have sleep studies performed to rule this out as it would be easily addressed with CPAP to prevent the low oxygen levels. Definitely check with your neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Infections caused by the gram-negative diplococcus, neisseria gonorrheae, are usually treated with a third-generation cephalosporin antibiotic, such as ceftriaxone. Because chlamydia may coinfect, a second antibiotic may be added, such as Azithromycin or doxycycline. Reliance on natural remedies and failure to treat with antibiotics may result in ascending infection of other organs or bacteremia. ...Read more
Well, yes: The oldest and best known treatment to prevent mania--lithium--is a naturally-occurring mineral salt whose therapeutic benefits were first applied to kidney stones. Slowly, their beneficial effects on mania were discovered. Like digitalis--an extract of foxglove found to be helpful for "dropsy", then created in pure form as digoxin--many modern psych medications are natural, just purified. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None proven: Many "natural" products are advertized online as treatments for adhd. Evidence of efficacy and safety of these products is minimal, at best. This is one of the best-researched areas in psychiatry, and a range of prescription medications are well studied, effective, and relatively safe. The fantasy that "natural" is better is some way is just that--a fantasy. ...Read more
Depression: One treatment that may or may not involve medication is cognitive behavioural therapy. Some herbal remedies have in the past been suggested but don't pan out. Talk to your pcp and try to get a referral for cbt. ...Read more
No cure, but: there is a management. It is uncommon migraine, but most debilitating one. The hemiplegic migraine usually presents with aura before the headache phase and the based treatment is a preventive medication called Topamax (topiramate). See orofacial pain or headache specialist for the definitive diagnosis and management. ...Read more
Vicks and relax: One thing that you can try is to rub vicks on the back of your neck or on your forehead (if that's where your head hurts). Try that, then lay down for a little while and take some deep breaths and relax. You'd be surprised at how a headache can sometimes improve just by relaxing your body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Omega 3 fats: I agree with dr. Tripp about maintaining consistent sleep & wake cycle. Also, omega-3 fats (epa, dha found in fish oil & others) also have a supportive role in bipolar d/o with hypomania. Studies have shown that a daily dose of 1-2 grams epa/day may be protective of neuronal membranes. These are adjuncts to mood stabilizing medications, not stand-alone treatments. http://tinyurl.com/orgyuyl. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes!: The first thing you need to do is to assess your safety. If you feel you want to hurt yourself or others, go to your nearest emergency room. That said, mild to moderate exercise has been shown to instill a sense of well being. Exposure to limited sunlight (with spf protection) is helpful as well. St johns wort was thought to be partially effective but newer studies have failed to demonstrate it. ...Read more
Controversial: Few natural treatments get subjected to rigors of clinical trials, so claims can be quite controversial and most mainstream advocacy groups such as chadd.Org discuss some of the reservations at great length. Traditional stimulants are effective in majority of the cases, and the risks of exploring less rigorously studied approaches need to weigh safety vs risk of continued school or behavior probs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many approaches: There are many effective natural approaches for spasmodic dysphonia, including stress reduction/biofeedback,nutritional supplements (esp. magnesium taurate and B-complex),herbs, homeopathy,cranial osteopathy,oral myofascial therapy, essential oils and homeopathy.Diff. things work for diff. people. Work with a good integrative Dr. See http://tinyurl.com/ycl5ony9 and http://tinyurl.com/y92z5h48 ...Read more
No cure: There is no cure for depression but there are ways to manage the symptoms.If you haven't done so yet, see your dr. To be accurately diagnosed. For more mild symptoms, alternative treatments can be tried such as exercise, vitamins (omega 3, b complex, vitamin d) , herbal supplements (i.e. Same, 5 htp, st johns wort), light therapy in winter months, support groups, therapy and journaling. ...Read more
Help, not cure: If someone offers to cure diabetes by any means, you should phone your local district attorney. There are a huge number of suplements / vitamins / herbs / minerals offered for diabetes, sometimes packaged together; this tells me that none work spectacularly; a responsible holistic physician can help. I can promise you that none will be as effective as really hitting the exercise circuit hard. ...Read more
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