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Nasal Polyp  and Homeopathic Treatment
15th Oct

2014

Nasal polyps are common, noncancerous, teardrop-shaped growths that form in the nose or sinuses, usually around the area where the sinuses open into the nasal cavity. Mature nasal polyps look like seedless, peeled grapes. Often associated with allergies ...

Tinnitus and Homeopathic Treatment
14th Oct

2014

Tinnitus (TIN-ih-tus) is noise or ringing in the ears. A common problem, tinnitus affects about 1 in 5 people. Tinnitus isn’t a condition itself — it’s a symptom of an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a ...

Tonsillitis and Homeopathic Treatment
14th Oct

2014

At the back of your throat, two masses of tissue called tonsils act as filters, trapping germs that could otherwise enter your airways and cause infection. They also produce antibodies to fight infection. But sometimes the tonsils themselves become ...

Sinustitis and Homeopathic Treatment
14th Oct

2014

Sinusitis is an inflammation, or swelling, of the tissue lining the sinuses. Normally, sinuses are filled with air, but when sinuses become blocked and filled with fluid, germs (bacteria, viruses, and fungi) can grow and cause an infection. Conditions ...

Nose Bleeding (Epistaxis) and Homeopathic Treatment
14th Oct

2014

Nosebleeds (epistaxis, nose bleed) can be dramatic and frightening. Fortunately, most nosebleeds are not serious and usually can be managed at home, although sometimes medical intervention may be necessary. Nosebleeds are categorized based on where they ...

Conjunctivitis and Homeopathic Treatment
13th Oct

2014

The treatment for conjunctivitis depends on the cause: Bacteria. Conjunctivitis caused by bacteria including STIs is treated with antibiotics in the form of eye drops, ointments or pills. Eye drops and ointments may need to be applied to the inside of the ...

Adenoids and Homeopathic Treatment
13th Oct

2014

The adenoids (say: ADD-eh-noids) are a patch of tissue that protects kids from getting sick. They sit in the back of the nasal cavity. Although you can easily see your tonsils by standing in front of a mirror and opening your mouth wide, you can’t ...