Vitiligo, Burs, Phulbehry Treatment

Vitiligo, Burs or Phulbehry is a skin disease that is difficult to recover. It is caused by a loss of pigment (Melanin) in the skin, due to destruction of pigment-forming cells known as melanocytes. One possible explanation might be that the body’s immune system destroys the cells, as in other autoimmune conditions. It may take a period of one to two years of treatment. During the treatment please avoid salt, sour things, meat, fish, rice, oil, gur, and pepper. Use gram-flour bread, potatoes and peanuts in the skins can use the lentils, carrots and spinach. Vitamins rich diet is useful. Alternative Treatment of Burs: Wash Moringa (Sohanjna) leaves in warm salty water and dry in airy shadow. Then grind to powder and take one tablespoon, thrice a day, with water. Bath twice a day. Sit in the sun for ten minutes a day. Eat six hundred grams cucumber and raw bitter gourd three times a day. Avoid sour things. Do not use soft drinks and red meat. Applying walnut oil on the white spots helps remove spots. Applying Daal maash for four months on white spots is also useful. Massage the body with bitter oil (Tara-meera oil) each day and take a bath half an hour after the massage. Eat a pill of “Ginkgo Biloba” daily. Mix five tablespoons of turmeric powder in two 250 grams of mustard oil (Sursoon ka tail) and apply twice a day on the white parts of the body. Continue this process for a year. Mix well the Onion juice, Honey and Salt and apply on burs scars daily. Grind the dried peels of pomegranate to powder and take a teaspoon with water in morning and evening. Grind the leaves, flowers, and fruit of Neem tree to powder, and take half a teaspoon with water daily. Grind and mix garlic with turmeric powder and make a paste with water. Apply this paste on white spots. Take 125 grams of Turmeric and 500 grams of medicated spirit, mix them in a glass bottle. Keep it tightly closed and lay in the sun for three days. Shake three times a day, and keep it safe for use after filtering the tincture. Apply this tincture three times daily on white spots. The black Charcoal (Tarkol) which is used in preparation of the roads is absolutely good for white spots. It is available ion Building Material Stores. Mix it with kerosene oil to prepare a paste or black cream. Paste this cream in the evening on white spots and cover it with a piece of cloth. The next morning set a new strip. Do it for 3 days, and leave it open for next three days. Now again repeat it for 3 days, and then leave. Also apply Olive oil on white spots during off days. If the skin is red, do not worry, there are signs that it is healing. Continue it until healing is complete. Spiritual Treatment of Bars: After each prayer, recite 100 times یَاخَالِقُ یَامُصَوِّرُ یَا جَمِیْلُ and blow to your affected areas. After making ablution pray two rikaat of nafal of and then say: یَا اﷲُ یَا رَحْمٰنُ یَا رَحِیْمُ، یَا سَمِیْعَ الدَّعَوَاتِ، یَا مُعْطِیَ الدُّنْیَا وَخَیْرَ الْآخِرَۃِ وَقِنِیْ شَرَّ الدُّنْیَا وَشَرَّ الْآخِرَۃِ وَٲَذْہِبْ عَنِّیْ مَا ٲَجِدُ فَقَدْ غَاظَنِی الْاَمْرُ وَٲَحْزَنَنِیْ۔ =============== Prime Cancer Care & General Hospital (PCCGH), Prime Institute of Health Sciences (PIHS) One Kilometer from Motorway Chowk (Chungi No.26), Motorway Service Road, Sector H-15, Islamabad WhatsApp Message: 00923125448922 Timing: 9am to 1pm (First 3 Weeks of Month, Sunday Off) Location: —– For more information: YouTube Channel: =============== برص، پھلبہری کا قدرتی علاج: برص یا پھلبہری (Vitiligo) ایک جِلدی بیماری ہے جو مشکل سے ٹھیک ہو تی ہے۔ میلینن (Melanin) کی کمی سے سفید دھبے نمودار ہوتے ہیں، جو پورے جسم پر پھیل جاتے ہیں۔ دورانِ علاج اگر سفید داغ سیاہ پڑنے لگیں تو سمجھ لیں کہ مریض شفا کی طرف جا رہا ہے۔ علاج میں ایک سے دو سال لگ سکتے ہیں۔ علاج کے دوران سوڈا واٹر، نمک، ترش چیزیں، سرخ گوشت ، چاول، تیل، گڑ، سرخ مرچ استعمال نہ کریں۔ اس کی بجائے چنے کے آٹے کی روٹی، مونگ کی چھلکوں والی دال، گاجر، پالک، اور تھوڑی مقدار میں آلو استعمال کر سکتے ہیں۔ کیلشیم اور وٹامنز سے بھرپور غذا کا استعمال مفید ہے۔ ضروری پرہیز: گوشت، انڈے کی زردی، دالوں، چاول اور بادی غذاؤں، سفید آٹا یا میدہ، تمام بیکری اور کریانہ آئٹمز، تمام پیک شدہ بازاری جوسز، مشروبات اور کھانے، وغیرہ، تمام فوڈ سپلی منٹس، جنک فوڈز، تمام فرائی کی گئی غذائیں، تمام شدید گرم یا بادی تاثیر والے تازہ یا خشک پھل، سبزیاں، غذائیں یا مشروبات، تمام مائیکرو ویو اون میں تیار شدہ یا گرم کی گئی غذائیں، سرخ، سبز یا شملہ مرچ، سفید نمک، چینی، شکر یا گڑ، الکحل، تمباکو، پان، بیڑی، پلاسٹک کے برتن، وغیرہ کا استعمال۔ قدرتی علاج: 1. سہانجنا درخت کے پتے نیم گرم نمکین پانی میں دھو کر، ہوادار سائے میں خشک کریں۔ پھر پوڈر بنا کر ایک بڑا چمچ، ہمراہ پانی، دن میں تین بار لیں۔ 2. ہلدی 125 گرام کو 500 گرام اسپرٹ میں ڈال کر شیشے کی بوتل میں اچھی طرح بند کر کے تین دن کیلئے دھوپ میں رکھیں۔ دن میں تین بار ہلائیں، اور اس کے بعد چھان کر شیشی میں رکھیں۔ روزانہ تین بار داغوں پر لگائیں۔ 3. پانچ بڑے چمچ ہلدی کو دو سو پچاس گرام سرسوں کے تیل میں مکس کرکے جسم کے سفید حصوں پر دن میں دو بار لگائیں۔ ایک سال تک یہ عمل جاری رکھیں۔ 4. زیرہ سفید اور بابچی برابر وزن سفوف بنا کر پانچ ماشہ سفوف کو ایک گلاس پانی میں رات کو بھگو کر صبح مل چھان کر خالی معدہ پلائیں۔ اسی طرح صبح بھگو کر شام کو پلائیں۔ 5. روغن برص: زیرہ سفید، بابچی اور امبربیل (100، 100) گرام کو 300 گرام تلوں کے تیل میں جلا کر براؤن کر کے ٹھنڈا کر کے یہ تیل داغوں پہ صبح شام لگائیں۔ 6. چند روز تک تازہ کوڑتمہ کی کاشیں کاٹ کر ایک بڑے

Blood Pressure Guide

  What Is Blood Pressure? Blood pressure is the force of blood pressing against the walls of your arteries. When it’s too high, it is called hypertension and raises the heart’s workload and can cause serious damage to the arteries. Over time, uncontrolled high blood pressure increases the risk of heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease. Hypertension Symptoms High blood pressure is called a silent killer because it may have no symptoms for years. In fact, one in five people with the condition don’t know they have it. It can quietly damage the heart, lungs, blood vessels, brain, and kidneys if left untreated. It’s a major risk factor for strokes and heart attacks. The Normal Blood Pressure Normal blood pressure readings are near 120/80, while higher results over time can indicate hypertension. The top number (systolic) shows the pressure when your heart beats. The lower number (diastolic) measures pressure at rest between heartbeats, when the heart refills with blood. Occasionally, kidney or adrenal gland disease can lead to hypertension. Prehypertension: A Warning Signs Almost one-quarter of the population have pre-hypertension. Their blood pressure is consistently just above the normal level — falling anywhere between 120 and 139 for systolic pressure or 80 to 89 for the diastolic pressure. People in this range have twice the risk of developing heart disease than those with a lower reading. The Hypertension Danger Zone The high blood pressure readings average 140/90 or higher though you may still have no symptoms. At 180/110 and higher, you may be having a hypertensive crisis. A hypertensive crisis can lead to a stroke, heart attack, kidney damage, or loss of consciousness. Symptoms of a hypertensive crisis can include a severe headache, anxiety, nosebleeds, and feeling short of breath. Who Gets High Blood Pressure? Up to the age of 45, more men have high blood pressure than women. It becomes more common for both men and women as they age, and more women have hypertension by the time they reach 65. You have a greater risk if a close family member has high blood pressure or if you are diabetic. About 60% of people with diabetes have high blood pressure. Diet and excessive weight can play a role, as well. Hypertension and Sodium Sodium, a major component of salt, can raise blood pressure by causing the body to retain fluid, which leads to a greater burden on heart. It is recommended to eat less than 1,500 milligrams of sodium per day. You’ll need to check food labels and menus carefully. Processed foods contribute up to 75% of our sodium intake. Canned soups and lunch meats are prime suspects. Hypertension and Stress Stress can also make your blood pressure spike. Stress may affect risk factors for heart disease, so it may also have an indirect connection to the hypertension. Stress may lead to other unhealthy habits, such as poor diet, alcohol use, or smoking, which can contribute to high blood pressure and heart disease. Hypertension and Weight Being overweight places a strain on the heart and increases the risk of high blood pressure. That’s why, the diets to lower blood pressure are often designed to control calories. They typically call for cutting fatty foods and added sugars, while increasing fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and fiber. Even losing 10 pounds can make a difference. Hypertension and Alcohol Drinking alcohol can also increase the blood pressure. Guidelines from the American Heart Association state that if you drink alcohol, you should limit the amount to no more than two drinks a day for men, or one a day for women. They define a drink as one 12-ounce beer, four ounces of wine, 1.5 ounces of 80-proof spirits, or one ounce of 100-proof spirits. Hypertension and Caffeine If caffeine can make you jumpy, can it also raise your blood pressure? It might have a temporary effect, but studies haven’t shown any link between caffeine and the development of hypertension. You can safely drink one or two cups a day, according to the American Heart Association. Hypertension and Pregnancy Gestational hypertension is a kind of high blood pressure that occurs in the second half of pregnancy. Without treatment, it may lead to a serious condition called preeclampsia that endangers both the mother and baby. The condition can limit blood and oxygen flow to the baby and can affect  the mother’s kidneys and brain. After the baby is born, the mother’s blood pressure usually returns to its normal level. Hypertension and Medicine Cold and flu medicines that contain decongestants are one of several classes of medicine that can cause your blood pressure to rise. Others include NSAID pain relievers, steroids, diet pills, birth control pills, and some antidepressants. If you have high blood pressure, talk to you doctor about what medicines and supplements you are taking that may affect blood pressure. ‘White Coat’ Hypertension People may have a high reading in the doctor’s office, because they’re nervous. Some will only have blood pressure readings periodically and may have a higher chance of developing high blood pressure. To get a more accurate reading, take your blood pressure at home, chart your readings, and share them with your doctor. It is also a good idea to bring in your home monitor in for a check of the device and technique. Hypertension and Children While hypertension is more often a problem for older people, but children can also have high blood pressure. “Normal” blood pressure varies based on a child’s age, height, and sex, so your doctor will need to tell you if there is a concern. Children are at greater risk if they are overweight, have a family history of the illness. Exercise Regular exercise helps lower your blood pressure. Adults should get about 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise every week. That could include gardening, walking briskly, bicycling, or other aerobic exercise. Muscle-strengthening activities are recommended at least two days a week and should work all major muscle groups. Stop Smoking People start smoking to reduce stress