Tag: homoeopathy

Scope of Homoeopathy in Worms

Worms is a common condition of the childhood all over the world. All children suffer from worms at some point of time. Worms can...

Homoeopathy & Weaning principles

Weaning means accustoming the child to alternative foods in place of breast milk or formula foods. After about 4-6 month’s of age, breast milk...

Homoeopathy & Vaccination

Vaccination is an important practice for prevention of infectious illnesses in community medicine. Vaccination prepares the host immunity to fight and prevent the infection....

Homoeopathy in Nocturnal Enuresis

Nocturnal Enuresis refers to a condition characterised by involuntary passage of urine especially at night in sleep. Nocturnal enuresis is a cause of concern...

Homoeopathy & Mental Retardation

Mental retardation is recently named as ‘Intellectual disability’, is a neurodevelopmental disorder impairing the intellectual faculties and adaptive functioning of the individual. About 2-3%...

Role of Homoeopathy in Growth retardation

Normal growth and development are the cornerstones of health of a child. They encompass the physical, mental, emotional and social dimensions. Growth and development occur...

Homoeopathy & Eruptive fevers

Eruptive fever refers to an entity where there is a skin eruption associated or as a resultant of fever. Eruptive fevers are common diseases...

Role of Homoeopathy in Diarrhoea

Diarrhoea is a common disease of childhood. Diarrhoea has various causes in a child. Overfeeding or malnutrition, indigestion, infection, food poisoning, ingestion of toxins,...