Dr. Gudimetla

Dr. Gudimetla

Saturday, April 3, 2010

DRUG ADDICTION AND ALCOHOL

DRUG ADDICTION AND ALCOHOL

Drug abuse and addiction is a serious problem amongst those who handle drugs, that is, the doctor, the nurse the pharmacist, and the patient, the maximum responsibility for the proper distribution of drugs is that of the pharmacist. Under the laws of India drugs which can be abused are dispensed by the pharmacist only under a doctor's prescription. Drug Addictions a biological phenomenon and includes both psychic and physical dependence. Psychic dependence is seen in the form of compulsive and repeated drug-taking for personal satisfaction. Heavy cigarette smoking is an example. Physical dependence which is present when withdrawal of a drug produces symptoms that are opposite to those sought by the user, Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a common example. The patterns of addiction development and types of behavioral symptoms of drug dependence not only vary from drug to drug but also individual to individual. It is, therefore, difficult to prescribe anyone uniform treatment to various forms of drug abuse. After repeated use of a drug, a larger dose is needed to produce the same effect, a state of tolerance is said to have developed for that drug, Tolerance is closely associated with the phenomenon of physical dependence and in almost all cases, and the person needs a larger successive dose of the drug for the same effect. For example, persons who are dependent on morphine may, at times, need 200 times the usual dose for its euphoric effects Drugs as Reinforces: A number of psychoactive drugs serve as reinforces to initiate a self-administration habit, and when such a drug is repeatedly used, it can cause compulsive drug abuse behavior. In humans, reinforcement is in the form of a feeling of pleasure, relief of pain, discomfort, or an altered perception. Reinforcement behavior has been extensively studied in rate, monkeys, and baboons and shows certain patterns of self-administration of drugs. In humans, it may act as a reinforce even in the absence of physical dependence or any preexisting psychopathological conditions. Caffeine in tea, coffee, cold drinks ect. A cup of tea may carry 30 to 45 mg, coffee 80 to 100 mg; and cola drinks, about 30 mg of caffeine. No serious harm is done even by repeated consumption. Non-availability of these drinks can lead to a mild headache or body ache. Ethyl alcohol: If used habitually it may cause dependence or addiction and tolerance, and may thus end up causing physical and economic ruin to the user and misery to the family. If alcohol is taken in high doses, it causes behavioral changes, mental confusion, in coordination, and even coma. Diagnosis of alcohol toxicity can be extremely difficult if a sick or injured person happens to have taken alcohol as well.

Nicotine: It is taken in a number of forms of tobacco, in bidies, cigarettes, in pan, or as snuff (intranasal administration). While tobacco consumption does not benefit the user, it has been clearly established that it is the cause of many chronic ailments.

While men smoke more often than women in India, the incidence of women smokers in lower classes is very high. A common ill-effect of smoking is lung cancer. Giving up smoking reduces the risk of premature death, and after 12 years, the risk approximates to that of a life long non-smoker. The risk of developing cancer of the mouth and throat is 6-10 times more in smokers than non-smokers. Under the age of 65, smokers are about twice as likely to die of coronary heart disease as are non-smokers, and heavy-smokers, about 3.5 times as likely. The narrowing of the smallest coronary arteries is enormously increased in heavy and even moderate smokers. Other problems faced by smokers are chronic bronchitis and chronic lung disease leading to congestive heart failure. Women who smoke are more likely to be infertile or take longer to conceive than women who do not smoke. They also run the risk spontaneous abortion.

Any kind of addiction is injurious to health, be it to alcohol, smoking or medicines.

As a result of scientific research, we know that addiction is a disease that affects both brain and behavior. We have identified many of the biological and environmental factors and are beginning to search for the genetic variations that contribute to the development and progression of the disease. Scientists use this knowledge to develop effective prevention and treatment approaches that reduce the toll drug abuse takes on individuals, families, and communities. Many people do not understand why individuals become addicted to drugs or how drugs change the brain to foster compulsive drug abuse. They mistakenly view drug abuse and addiction as strictly a social problem and may characterize those who take drugs as morally weak. One very common belief is that drug abusers should be able to just stop taking drugs if they are only willing to change their behavior. What people often underestimate is the complexity of drug addiction, it is a disease that impacts the brain and because of that, stopping drug abuse is not simply a matter of willpower. Through scientific advances we now know much more about how exactly drugs work in the brain, and we also know that drug addiction can be successfully treated to help people stop abusing drugs and resume their productive lives. Drug abuse and addiction are a major burden to society. which include family disintegration, loss of employment, failure in school, domestic violence, child abuse, and other crimes.Addiction is a chronic, often relapsing brain disease that causes compulsive drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences to the individual who is addicted and to those around them. Drug addiction is a brain disease because the abuse of drugs leads to changes in the structure and function of the brain. Although it is true that for most people the initial decision to take drugs is voluntary, over time the changes in the brain caused by repeated drug abuse can affect a person’s self control and ability to make sound decisions, and at the same time send intense impulses to take drugs. It is because of these changes in the brain that it is so challenging for a person who is addicted to stop abusing drugs. Fortunately, there are Homeopathic treatments that help people to counteract addiction’s powerful disruptive effects and regain control. Drugs are chemicals that tap into the brain’s communication system and disrupt the way nerve cells normally send, receive, and process information. Some drugs, such as marijuana and heroin, have a similar structure to chemical messengers, called neurotransmitters, which are naturally produced by the brain. Because of this similarity, these drugs are able to “fool” the brain’s receptors and activate nerve cells to send abnormal messages. Other drugs, such as cocaine or methamphetamine, can cause the nerve cells to release abnormally large amounts of natural neurotransmitters, or prevent the normal recycling of these brain chemicals, which is needed to shut off the signal between neurons. This disruption produces a greatly amplified message that ultimately disrupts normal communication patterns.

Nearly all drugs, directly or indirectly, target the brain’s reward system by flooding the circuit with dopamine. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter present in regions of the brain that control movement, emotion, motivation, and feelings of pleasure. The over stimulation of this system, which normally responds to natural behaviors that are linked to survival (eating, spending time with loved ones, etc.), produces euphoric effects in response to the drugs. This reaction sets in motion a pattern that “teaches” people to repeat the behavior of abusing drugs.

No single factor can predict whether or not a person will become addicted to drugs. Risk for addiction is influenced by a person’s biology, social environment, and age or stage of development. The more risk factors an individual has, the greater the chance that taking drugs can lead to addiction.

Biology. The genes that people are born with––in combination with environmental influences––account for about half of their addiction vulnerability. Additionally, gender, ethnicity, and the presence of other mental disorders may influence risk for drug abuse and addiction.

Environment. A person’s environment includes many different influences––from family and friends to socioeconomic status and quality of life in general. Factors such as peer pressure, physical and sexual abuse, stress, and parental involvement can greatly influence the course of drug abuse and addiction in a person’s life.

Development. Genetic and environmental factors interact with critical developmental stages in a person’s life to affect addiction vulnerability, and adolescents experience a double challenge. Although taking drugs at any age can lead to addiction, the earlier that drug use begins, the more likely it is to progress to more serious abuse. And because adolescents’ brains are still developing in the areas that govern decision making, judgment, and self-control, they are especially prone to risk-taking behaviors, including trying drugs of abuse.

The human brain is the most complex organ in the body. This three-pound mass of gray and white matter sits at the center of all human activity - you need it to drive a car, to enjoy a meal, to breathe, to create an artistic masterpiece, and to enjoy every day activities. In brief, the brain regulates your basic body functions; enables you to interpret and respond to everything you experience; and shapes your thoughts, emotions, and behavior.

The brain stem controls basic functions critical to life, such as heart rate, breathing, and sleeping. The limbic system contains the brain's reward circuit - it links together a number of brain structures that control and regulate our ability to feel pleasure. Feeling pleasure motivates us to repeat behaviors such as eating - actions that are critical to our existence. The limbic system is activated when we perform these activities - and also by drugs of abuse. In addition, the limbic system is responsible for our perception of other emotions, both positive and negative, which explains the mood-altering properties of many drugs.

The cerebral cortex is divided into areas that control specific functions. Different areas process information from our senses, enabling us to see, feel, hear, and taste. The front part of the cortex, the frontal cortex or forebrain, is the thinking center of the brain; it powers our ability to think, plan, solve problems, and make decisions. The messages are carried between neurons by chemicals called neurotransmitters. The neurotransmitter attaches to a specialized site on the receiving cell called a receptor. A neurotransmitter and its receptor operate like a "key and lock," an exquisitely specific mechanism that ensures that each receptor will forward the appropriate message only after interacting with the right kind of neurotransmitter.

Drugs are chemicals. They work in the brain by tapping into the brain's communication system and interfering with the way nerve cells normally send, receive, and process information. Some drugs, such as marijuana and heroin, can activate neurons because their chemical structure mimics that of a natural neurotransmitter. This similarity in structure "fools" receptors and allows the drugs to lock onto and activate the nerve cells. Although these drugs mimic brain chemicals, they don't activate nerve cells in the same way as a natural neurotransmitter, and they lead to abnormal messages being transmitted through the network. Other drugs, such as amphetamine or cocaine, can cause the nerve cells to release abnormally large amounts of natural neurotransmitters or prevent the normal recycling of these brain chemicals. This disruption produces a greatly amplified message, ultimately disrupting communication channels. The difference in effect can be described as the difference between someone whispering into your ear and someone shouting into a micro phone.

Imbalance between Mind and Body relationship will certainly cause sickness to both mind and body. The relationship of mind and body is inter-dependent. In other words any imbalance of mind will disorder body. Like-wise any disorder of body will imbalance mind. In fact, the mind is root cause for sickness in an individual. The pure mind’s body is also pure from sickness.So, Health is Mind and Mind is Health. An often overlooked connection between mind and body is the way in which even mild mental ill-health can have an adverse affect on our physical selves. American researchers found that mild depression can quicken the deaths of patients with heart problems: The incidence of abnormal heart beat was three times higher in depressed patients. It is also now thought that stress may raise cholesterol levels and so potentially increasing the risk of heart disease.

Drug addiction involves disturbances in brain chemistry caused by repeated use of certain psychoactive substances. Although the exact nature of these disturbances is not well understood and hence, the need for continued basic research. The biological nature of this problem is appreciated by most specialists. Psychological counseling and therapy can help the individual recovering from addiction, but the main problem lies with altered brain chemistry that needs to be treated with medicines only. A number of medications are currently being investigated in various laboratories, but none are yet very effective. Basic research studying prototypic addictive drugs in animal models can identify the neural mechanisms underlying addiction. This information can then direct the development of medications for the treatment of addiction. These medications are evaluated for their safety and effectiveness using animal models before being prescribed clinically to treat addiction. This last step is particularly important, considering that heroin was originally developed as a treatment for morphine addiction.

How is drug addiction related to "normal" behavior? What causes drug addiction? Many factors influence a person’s initial drug use. Personality characteristics, peer pressure, and psychological stress can all contribute to the early stage of drug abuse. These factors are less important as drug use continues and the person repeatedly experiences the potent pharmacological effects of the drug. This chemical action, which stimulates certain brain systems, produces the addiction, while other psychological and social factors become less and less important in influencing the individual’s behavior. When the pharmacological action of a drug dominates the individual’s behavior and the normal psychological and social control of behavior is no longer effective when the addiction is fully developed. This self-perceived "loss of control" is a common feature of drug addiction and reflects the biological nature of the problem

It appears that stress can increase the chances that a person who “has what it takes” can develop dependence, but stress alone is probably not a primary cause of the addiction disease. All drugs damage brain cells. Actually, relatively few have been shown to damage brain cells through a toxic effect. These include alcohol (high doses over a long time), “inhalants”- including paint thinner, airplane glue, hair sprays ect. (all of these are organ-toxic and highly damaging to all internal organs.

Studies have shown that good sleep is more important. Number of people who experiences interrupted sleep. Lack of good-quality sleep brings number of problems besides feeling tired throughout the day. Traffic accidents, poor concentration in daily tasks, illness and lazy behavior are some of the problems that are associated with poor sleep. To have a healthy mind and body, uninterrupted sleep of seven hours is a must. A good sleep not only offers a sound mind and body but also helps in giving positive results in every task. People take medications and seek help from professionals to get a good sleep. However, if we cultivate some good habits, a good sleep can always be in our control. Following are the few tips that can help you to provide a good-quality sleep every night. Bedroom is the place to take rest and spend some comfortable time. Bedroom must have a good environment to get a sound sleep. It must be dark, clean and with proper ventilation facilities. Fresh air circulation and a temperature of 60-65 degrees provide the best conditions for a good sleep. Bed must be incorporated with right amount of blankets and soft pillows. You can also minimize noise and light during the sleep by using ear plugs and window blinds avoid drinks before sleep Regular exercise of 20-30 minutes will also help in providing more oxygen for relaxation. Please, do not exercise before going to bed. Stick to bed timings Activites such as reading books, writing, planning the things to tomorrow, listening music these will help for good sleep.

Homeopathy is a holistic therapy which aims to help mind and body

According to Hahnemann’s theory on Chronic Diseases, the direction of disorder might from mind to body and body to mind. Any suppressions of illness towards inside body finally disturb mind and cause illness to mind which appears in the form of mental disorders. Like-wise any chronic jealousy or suppression of excitement or grief will disturb mind and cause illness to body in terms of different pathology. Homeopathy analyzes the root cause of a chronic disease and the similimum, that is, the remedy, is administered duly considering all these root causes. Hahnemann proved Homeopathic medicines from Mind symptoms to Extremities and Modalities of Medicine. The followers of Hahnemann have been mounting up much subject on Mind and Body treatment. As such the concept and subject on the mind is highly stressed in the system of Homeopathic Medicine. Each and every one of the proven Homeopathic Medicine has well-defined mental symptoms and mind picture. To illustrate: Argentum Noricum - The mind is - Highly Impulsive, Hurried Mind etc; Aurum met - The mind is - Despair and Melancholic, Suicidal; Lachesis - The mind is - Loquatic, Suspicious, Jealous; Pulsatilla - The Mind is - Sensitive, Needs Sympathy, Easily Tearful; Natrum mur - The Mind is - Suppression of Grief and Sorrow, Could not Express or Share his emotions, Hates any Sympathy. Anacardium orientale - The mind is - Irresolution, Malicious, Some times Good and Some times Bad, Change of Moods,Violent;
Platina-TheMinds-Egoistic, Proud, Impure Mind with Sex suppressions.Etc.
While analyzing a case the Homeopathic Physician considers the Mind Picture, the Altered Disposition and its abnormalities and the causation for sickness in order to prescribe the similimum. The Mind picture or Natural Dispositions like - Domineering, Mild, Anxious, Fearful, Mild, Restlessness, Planning and thinking, Lascivious, Unsocial behaviour or Malicious, Destructiveness etc; the Altered Disposition like - Sad, Melancholy, Effects of Shock, Rage, Anguish, Dullness, Imbecile, Delusions etc The causations like-Ailments from Loss of relative or failure of Love and Dreams act.

Homeopathy deals with Mind and its state of alteration and the altered state of Mind will come to normalcy through administering a similimum. Homeopathy brings state of Happiness and Peace to the Mind and brings sound health. Emotional stress caused by grief, shock, abandonment, disappointment or  life-changes such as moving home, can leave us drained and prone to illness. If left untreated or uncorrected, ‘acute’ emotional responses can become long term or chronic. In cases of severe mental exhaustion, help is required in order to reverse a potential downward spiral to nervous breakdown. Homeopathy can provide an excellent early intervention and when illness has become chronic, can help rebalance the mind and emotions. Homeopathy is effective in people of all ages – from children with behavioral problems and teenagers with loss of confidence, to adults going through marital breakdown or redundancy.
Homeopathy has not given the seriousness it deserves from medical authorities and governmental agencies, and I feel when suddenly its worth will be discovered the whole world will turn towards it with an unprecedented hysteria expecting much more that it can deliver. Homeopathy is very difficult in its learning and practicing, and requires a kind of dedication on the part of the physician who undertakes to learn it properly and practice it professionally.
In order to ascertain the therapeutic qualities of pharmaceutical substances, Hahnemann carried out provings of the remedies on healthy persons of both sexes in increased dosages, though not beyond the toxic levels.The reactions to the pharmaceutical substances gained in this manner were recorded in minute detail.

This list of ‘remedy symptoms’, incurred on relatively healthy organisms, having been repeatedly ascertained, together with the toxological symptoms of various substances, known from existing medical writings, were combined to form a valuable part of the homeopathic pharmacology, otherwise known as the ‘Materia Medica’.
On the basis of the law of similars and pharmacological provings on healthy individuals, Hahnemann proceeded to develop an entire medical system.


He also published the book Chronic diseases in which he maintained that all chronic diseases are a result of the suppression either of skin diseases of the skin or syphilis or gonorrhea. That is to say that if these three categories of diseases are treated wrongly, they remain within the organism in a suppressed state, in a changed form and finally they reappear as various kinds of chronic diseases.


Hahnemann named these three initial forms of disease the miasms of Psora, Syphilis and Sycosis (meaning gonorrhea). Hahnemann was heavily criticised for his theories, even by some of his supporters, who while declaring these ideas useless nevertheless continued to practise homeopathy. Some of the essential points of homeopathy, which complete the ‘law of similars’ are:


1. That there are no diseases, but only patients.
2. That the appropriate remedy must match every one of the patient’s symptoms, and not only the disease.
3. That the quantity of remedy required for a cure to be successful is infinitely small, on the condition that the ‘true’ remedy has been found.
4. That the symptoms of a disease, during the course of treatment, disappear in the reverse order of their appearance.
An important idea introduced by Hahnemann and which causes homeopathy to differ from conventional medicine is individualising. He maintained that there are no diseases, but only patients, and therefore a treatment must aim at treating the individual rather than the disease. According to this idea, ten patients suffering from the same ‘disease’, for example epilepsy, will probably each require a separate pharmaceutical substance, unless the symptoms of two or three of them are identical down to the last detail, a rare but not impossible situation

Homeopathy is a holistic system of medicine, based on an understanding of the interconnection between mind and body. By taking a full case history, homeopaths aim to treat the whole person, not just the disease. Instead of attacking symptoms with strong drugs, homeopathy aims to stimulate and strengthen the immune system, thereby helping the body's natural tendency to heal itself. Homeopathic medicine is prescribed in very low dilution after a special matching process, which takes into account individual symptoms and characteristics. Homeopathy is a safe, effective system of medicine that helps the mind and body to heal. Unlike strong anti depressants or tranquillizers, homeopathic medicines do not pose toxicity problems and are not addictive. These will change mental constitution

It is not only counseling that has a role to play in preventing serious mental illness. In a national survey conducted by The Society of Homeopaths, Homeopaths take into account the world of the patient: their family dynamics, their peer experiences and their subjective feelings. Homeopathy takes a holistic approach to young people suffering from mental health problems and has a track record of alleviating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

By correcting this imbalance, which is always the cause of the physical and psychological ailments that we experience, the balance of body and mind is restored, freeing both to serve the higher purpose of our existence. Once the spiritual cause of disease is removed, it is regularly observed that vast majority of conditions, even ones considered incurable, begin to shift toward health.

 In homeopathy, mental and emotional symptoms are of paramount importance not only when prescribing for mental and emotional conditions specifically, but especially when prescribing for physical symptoms also.

Homeopathy however is not the same as psychoanalysis, for although it needs to divine the mental/emotional dynamic in any case taking, and although psychological insights may be revealed, this information is used to find a homeopathic remedy not to provide a psychoanalytical solution. Also unlike some schools of thought which insist on a psychological (or 'psycho spiritual') causation behind every physical ailment, homeopathy doesn't automatically assume this psychosomatic connection, even though it does recognize such etiology when it is evident. (E.g. fainting caused by a fright, or ulcers from anxiety). It is the chosen remedy's homeopath city which rights the problem.

It is often assumed whenever a psychological component is suspected in an illness that the patient must be an hypochondriac, a term with pejorative overtones and hence the British patient's reticence to reveal their feelings; but this emphasis in homeopathy on the mind in no way implies hypochondria. The homeopath's recognition of the mind's qualities in illness has nothing to do with specifying its role, it is considered as a concomitant and purely used to match the remedy characteristics to the characteristics of the patients suffering.

Homeopathy offers an understanding of how body, mind and emotions are all expressions of one soul, one state. Each state corresponds to a particular way the individual experiences his or her specific symptoms. The homeopathic remedy corresponds not to symptoms nor a pathology, but to the state of the individual and their unique experience of their disease. The Homeopathic remedy acts by strengthening the innate constitution of the individual, assisting the body's natural processes of healing. Thus, homeopathy addresses the individual as a whole rather than the disease and its symptoms. Classical Homeopathy is, and always was, a holistic therapy.

Today, Homeopathy, through its Materia Medica of remedy states, provides the most extensive spectrum of “body-mind” constitutions of any traditional, non-traditional, medical or psychological system. This makes homeopathy the most finely-tuned instrument of intervention available, and perhaps the most demanding on its practitioner. Homeopathy requires its practitioners to understand not only the dynamics of disease and the dynamic process of healing, but also the roles of consciousness and emotions in health.

To participate fully in this dynamic process, the homeopath must be able to perceive the client as a “body-mind” whole and touch the individual’s essential nature, or “soul” (as defined by Plato), so that the right remedy can be chosen. This aspect is also the most personally rewarding, for the homeopath must be in touch with his/her own nature or "soul" before being able to perceive and guide others to the same depth to allow homeopathic healing to occur.

HOMEOPATHY MEDICINE is wonder drug for brain. We get very good result to improve memory power. This is very safe medicine and has no side effects. Use for exam fear and weak memory for children too.Since crime reflects the cultural development of the mind of the race and it is instructed to note certain crimes are common in certain racess.

The influential factors are constitution of family, age , occupation of the different members, the industrial, economical and political condition. Our reactions are directed by our intelligence but there is no doubt that in most of our acts may originate from several motives, although one of these may be conscious. That psychological process that under lie human conduct motive the person’s attitude and reaction to the prevailing situation. What create the Drug addiction menace we must consider several factors 1,Persons tendencies and situation of the movement.2 His mental resistance against temptation, here I want to tell every person have tendencies and counter tendencies, thoughts and counter thoughts, and a emotion may cause a counter emotions and imbalance of these two or differ in strength may lead to drug addiction.

My main mission is to see Addiction less society. As I have given elaborate description, homeopathy medicine will change both constitution and mind. Because the medicine is not crude as like other systems the action of the medicine is in dynamic nature and it controls vital force in which hormonal imbalance is one of the part. One important information to both intellectuals and to service organigetions and homeopathic doctors, This program must go in the level of every criminal. Every one must feel proud in changing the mind of a criminal. It is not only helping him but also helping society is nothing but our selves. The fruits of this action may not receive with in one or two years But made success in the course of time. Here I request all people and doctors, it is not to popularize homeopathic system. Other system is also good number of drugs but the medicines are costly, has to take treatment forever, and lastly side effects are more. Cost with homeopathy is negligible. Mostly treatment period 6 months to one year and no side effects. Here I want to stress one important thing. Making a suggestion is very essay but implementing this program is a great venture it needs hard work, determination devotion what not. Only positive factor is that this program is Medicines used neither costly nor dangerous to any one. This drug cannot be miss utilized. No need to take special care. Because of these drugs no systemic disorders will come though utilized by others. Not only in India whole world need to implement this program. Though some countries (few) not recognized homeopathy fully, as far as this program it is need to them to implement in making their society healthy. Even today some people do not believe homeopathy I request them let you not use homeopathy for your personal health and it no way related to society but please give much cooperation, free hand in taking this program into masses. Some people are asking scientific answer how the medicine acts on dynamic plan. I do admit and welcome your question. But with our naked eye we are seeing miracles with homeopathic medicine. Any way do not believe. Request only cooperation towards this program because as you think the drugs are not harmful. Today in this globel village doctors can prescribe medicine from far away by taking mental attitude, temperament, behavior problem, family history act. If possible doctors personally can treat or trained paramedical staff can take all necessary information and pass on to doctor to prescribe remedy. In this process of giving prescription it will not be 100 percent success. Even 50 percent right prescription make this program success. Gradually in 2nd ettempt and in 3 rd attempt total success can be done.

Already there are good number of Homeopathic doctors in India and in abroad in implementing the program WHO need to workout and support this program.So I request governments, WHO, Service organigetions need to take steps to implement after consultation with concern persons and their advisers.

Friday, April 2, 2010

CRIMELESS WORLD

CRIMELESS WORLD

CRIMELESS MEANCE Free from crime; innocent dr gudimetla mission and object is to make society crimeless for which every one at least intellectuals in the society are requested to give support.

How do some people decide to commit a crime? Do they think about the benefits and the risks? Why do some people commit crimes regardless of the consequences? Why do others never commit a crime, no matter how desperate their circumstances? Criminology is the study of crime and criminals by specialists called criminologists. Criminologists study what causes crime and how it might be prevented. Throughout history people have tried to explain what causes abnormal social behavior, including crime. I considered crime and sin are the same thing. By the twenty-first century criminologists looking to a wide range of factors to explain why a person would commit crimes. These included biological, psychological, social, and economic.

Reasons for committing a crime include greed, anger, jealously, revenge, or pride. Some people decide to commit a crime and carefully plan everything in advance to increase gain and decrease risk. These people are making choices about their behavior; some even consider a life of crime better than a regular job—believing crime brings in greater rewards, admiration, and excitement—at least until they are caught. Others get an adrenaline rush when successfully carrying out a dangerous crime. Others commit crimes on impulse, out of rage or fear. The desire for material gain (money or expensive belongings) leads to property crimes such as robberies, burglaries, white-collar crimes, and auto thefts. The desire for control, revenge, or power leads to violent crimes such as murders, assaults, and rapes. These violent crimes usually occur on impulse or the spur of the moment when emotions run high. Property crimes are usually planned in advance.

Reaching for the origins of antisocial personality disorders and their influence over crime led to studies of twins and adopted children. Identical twins have the exact same genetic makeup. Researchers found that identical twins were twice as likely to have similar criminal behavior than fraternal twins who have similar but not identical genes, just like any two siblings. Other research indicated that adopted children had greater similarities of crime rates to their biological parents than to their adoptive parents. These studies suggested a genetic basis for some criminal behavior.

Research on brain activity investigated the role of neurochemicals, substances the brain releases to trigger body activity, and hormones influencing criminal behavior. Studies indicated that increased levels of some neurochemicals, such as serotonin, decreases aggression. Serotonin is a substance produced by the central nervous system that has broad sweeping effects on the emotional state of the individual. In contrast higher levels of others, such as dopamine, increased aggression. Dopamine is produced by the brain and affects heart rate and blood pressure. Researchers expected to find that persons who committed violent crimes have reduced levels of serotonin and higher levels of dopamine. Hormones are bodily substances that affect how organs in the body function. Researchers also looked at the relationship between hormones, such as testosterone and cortisol, and criminal behavior. Testosterone is a sex hormone produced by male sexual organs that cause development of masculine body traits. Cortisol is a hormone produced by adrenal glands located next to the kidneys that effects how quickly food is processed by the digestive system. Higher cortisol levels leads to more glucose to the brain for greater energy, such as in times of stress or danger. Animal studies showed a strong link between high levels of testosterone and aggressive behavior. Testosterone measurements in prison populations also showed relatively high levels in the inmates as compared to adult male population in general. Cortisol is another hormone linked to criminal behavior. Research suggested that when the cortisol level is high a person's attention is sharp and he or she is physically active. In contrast, researchers found low levels of cortisol were associated with short attention spans, lower activity levels, and often linked to antisocial behavior including crime. Studies of violent adults have shown lower levels of cortisol; some believe this low level serves to numb an offender to the usual fear associated with committing a crime and possibly getting caught. Studies of sex offenders showed that those who were treated to remove testosterone as part of their sentencing became repeat offenders only 3 percent of the time. This rate was in stark contrast to the usual 46 percent repeat rate. These and similar studies indicate testosterone can have a strong bearing on criminal behavior.

Some social factors pose an especially strong influence over a person's ability to make choices. Drug and alcohol abuse is one such factor. The urge to commit crime to support a drug habit definitely influences the decision process. Both drugs and alcohol impair judgment and reduce inhibitions (socially defined rules of behavior), giving a person greater courage to commit a crime. Deterrents such as long prison sentences have little meaning when a person is high or drunk.

There is no single cause to any disorder, including crime. While clearly we are all ultimately responsible for our own actions, it is wrong to hold an individual wholly responsible for his unlawful act. There are certain factors in our societies, cultures (family values), system (educational, political, law-enforcement...), economy, and so on that endorse the potential of criminal activities of an individual. An organization as a whole should take a part of the blame in order to transform the conditions in which criminal-minds breed.

People are not bad by nature, but sometimes simply too timid to resist the vicious demons that play on their weaknesses and cut their bond with the source of their Power. Humans are good by default, but not everyone is made of steel so as to defend themselves against the demonic forces - destructive emotions and detrimental attitudes like fear, ignorance, hatred, worry, revenge, envy, attachment, greed, lust, selfishness, doubt, prejudice, pride, vanity, impatience, sloth, discrimination, arrogance, ambition, addiction, gluttony, criticism, blame, anxiety, frustration and so on. We all get attacked by those faulty ethereal goblins of our minds and hearts, but most of us succeed to resist them.but some people cannot.

Certain weakness like-

1. Lack of faith, not believing enough in the power of one's own internal weapons (against inner demons), such as: courage, tolerance, understanding, forgiveness, mercy, honesty, sincerity, integrity, honor, modesty, humbleness, generosity, love, compassion, kindness, detachment, patience, self-discipline, temperance, etc. As a result of not trusting inner resources, there is no enough motivation to develop them and use them. Art Solutions - get the freecrime cure (the link is below); watch inspirational films and read inspirational stories of good qualities conquering the bad ones.

2. Imbalance - most criminals are simply too strong physically, pumping up the body muscles, but not enough the mental and emotional muscles. The reason why their strength becomes weakness is because they are not balanced. Art Therapy Solutions - get the free artistic crime cure (the link is below); Underneath all the weaknesses is a genuine human desire to do well. When we de link ourselves from our source (Higher Power), we find ourselves either in a wrong relationship or in a wrong job, or simply in a wrong place at wrong time, but also in a wrong state of mind - causing us to do the wrong things, on the wrong side of tracks.

3 Poor judgment - Lack of proper education and great role-models causes many to fail to distinguish right from wrong. In most cases offenders don't think they are doing something wrong, it seems right from their point of view. Poor judgment is also reflected in knowing it's wrong, but thinking they could get away with it, not getting caught. Art Therapy Solutions - get the free crime cure (the link is below)

4 Lack of love - Being raised in a dysfunctional family, or coming from a disadvantaged background, or feeling discriminated, none of it alone can cause crime. There are so many others in the world with such conditions, but nevertheless don't turn to crime. However they cause the lack of love and respect for others. That, endorsed with some other factors, can be a major issue related to crime.

5 Poverty - Poverty is often blamed for leading to crime, however underneath is something more vital - society bombards us with commercial values, making us want more and more material things, to the point when some would do anything (including criminal acts) to get them. Unemployment is another factor in this category that contributes to crime through looking ways to earn money by any means possible.

6 TV violence

7 Being a victim in a chain of events - Sometimes individuals don't mean to cause harm, but are drawn into it by a chain of events that are beyond their control or influence.

8 Poor parenting skills - erratic or harsh discipline, lack of parental control, supervision and monitoring, parental conflict, family dysfunction/breakdown, criminal, anti-social and/or alcoholic parent/s Fatherlessness is also one of underestimated cause of crime.

9 Ecological - It has long been known by police officers that cold winter nights keep criminals off the streets and crime levels down. Crime scientists speculate that one of the hidden consequences of global warming will be an increase in street crime during mild winters. Studies have suggested that warmer temperatures boost aggression hormones such as epinephrine and testosterone.

Converting - to convert a criminal into honorable citizen it takes more than implementing fear of punishment. Arts can do wonders in transforming any individual, including criminals

Too many people with mental distress experience crime or victimisation as a result of hostility, stigma and prejudice towards mental ill health Must reduce the number of people who are addicted to drugs are at times incapable of making rational judgments or controlling their actions because they are on drugs. The other things already mentioned will help move us in this direction. We don't know what all it will take, or if what our government is doing is heading us in the right direction. We would only suggest looking seriously at the big controversy on this, and don't assume that something as easy as passing a law will work. Banning drugs hasn't worked for quite a few years now. We may actually have to stop entertaining ourselves once in a while to do the things that need to be done of hostility based on disability.

Juvenile crime is a blanket term that refers to any of a number of criminal acts which are perpetrated by minors. While adult crime is typically well understood from a criminal psychology perspective, the range and causes of juvenile crime are a bit more vague in terms of our understanding. In any case, juvenile crime poses a unique threat and responsibility to society to address and prevent before it can cause devastating consequences. Some of the most common forms of juvenile crime are vandalism, harassment, drug use and sales, as well as gang related violence and battery.While researchers do not agree upon the causes of juvenile crime, there are a number of risk factors which are associated with statistically higher incidence and dangers for a given community of youths to engage in juvenile crime. Some of the major risk factors which have been found to increase the danger of juvenile crime are poverty, and the presence of drugs and drug related violence in a particular community.

Domestic violence within the home is also a significant player in many lives of juvenile delinquents. Exposure to violent streets which already suffer from gang violence have also been found to play a significant role in increasing the incidence of juvenile delinquency in a particular area. Compounded with easy access to fire arms, exposure to violence in the media, as well as an unstable family environment, the risks for juvenile crime become exceedingly significant. While many people expect the state to address the issues of juvenile crime, the expected effectiveness of a state sponsored program is not high concerning the prevention of crime, but rather it is focused on the rehabilitation of delinquents after criminal acts have already been executed.

Since juvenile crime begins in the home, it will only be prevented at the societal level. Close knit societies can influence and address the problems facing the youth in a particular area and give them the support they need to reject negative peer pressure. Part of preventing juvenile crime is by giving youths a suitable substitute to the gang mentality. That being said, some of the more common state run projects to preclude juvenile crime are state sponsored youth initiatives as well as drug abuse education. Along with these activities

Young people shoot and kill each other and their elders just for the sake of wasting someone. Drugs, alcohol, promiscuity and instant gratification have replaced honesty, love, kindness, consideration, choice and consequence in generations of our young people. When the virtues of self-sacrifice are abandoned in a society-watch out! Out comes the evil counter-culture committing every evil act imaginable and we see it today. At this point laws come into play! If these self serving evil acts are not met with good laws and the quick enforcement of those laws a much larger and more ugly problem is on the way and that problem is called vigilante

Drug use is much more closely correlated with criminal behavior than is mental disorder. Also must reduce the number of people who are addicted to drugs it is also due to above regions or are at times The region for this is also above mentioned causes Drug Addictionis a biological phenomenon and includes both psychic and physical dependence

Addiction is a chronic, often relapsing brain disease that causes compulsive drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences to the individual who is addicted and to those around them. Drug addiction is a brain disease because the abuse of drugs leads to changes in the structure and function of the brain. Although it is true that for most people the initial decision to take drugs i

Biology. The genes that people are born with––in combination with environmental influences––account for about half of their addiction vulnerability Behavior disorder

Domestic violence is a real problem, especially when alcohol is involved. More than 50% of incidents of domestic violence involve alcohol. When someone is drunk, it can result in violent and erratic behavior. Many women and children are beat severely when drunken family members are moved to rage for causes that may not even be apparent. It is also true that women can become increasingly violent, abusing their children and even their male partners when under the influence of alcohol.

In addition to domestic violence, it is important to that more than half of all homicides involve alcohol. The ability to retain control over one’s feelings and actions is important, and alcohol removes these inhibitions. One third of suicides are alcohol related, and 25% of all emergency room admissions are in some way related to alcohol use. It is clear that a great deal of crime and pain could be avoided by reducing alcohol abuse.

A number of traffic offenses occur every year, with a little help from alcohol abuse. From erratic driving to fatalities, alcohol is a very influential factor in the type of traffic related crimes seen. According the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 32% of total traffic fatalities involve a drive with a blood alcohol level in excess of 0.08. While most of these fatalities are the drivers themselves, in some instances the passenger riding with the drunk driver, other occupants of the car, or even occupants of another car or pedestrians are the victims. This can be devastating for many family members affected by drunk driving. The Centers for Disease Control estimate that right around 105,000 alcohol related deaths due to drunk drivers and diseases and injuries related to drunk driving.

Drivers who survive traffic accidents can be charged with different offenses related to driving under the influence of alcohol. DUI is one of the crimes, but if someone has died, it is possible for a drunk driver to be charged with involuntary manslaughter or even vehicular manslaughter. It is important to be aware of this possibility, and to try to avoid drunk driving. Using a designated driver is preferred, or taking a taxi home.

Another alcohol related crime is underage drinking’ require drinkers to have reached the age of 21 before they are legally allowed to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages. However, many children begin drinking well before turning 21. It is very important to address underage drinking, because it can have serious consequences later in life. Indeed, 40% of those who start drinking prior to the age of 13 end up being dependent on alcohol.

• Alcohol increases by three times the chance that a nighttime crash will be fatal in the age group 15 - 20.

• Alcohol is the most prominent substance used by teenagers. More teenagers have had alcohol than have tried cigarettes and marijuana combined.

It is vital that you understand the prevalence of alcohol related crime, and take steps to reduce its likely impact in your own life.

Crime is neither mental disorder nor necessarily evidence of such disorder. It is a misconception that all criminals are "sick," especially those who commit apparently senseless crimes or particularly serious crimes such as murder or rape. The concepts of crime and of mental disorder should be kept distinct. Crime is a violation of the criminal law, whereas mental disorder refers to behavior that is usually marked by some type of lack of the general capacity for rationality and accompanying distress or dysfunction. Conduct resulting from mental disorder may or may not be criminal and people with mental disorder may or may not be legally responsible for the behavior that mental disorder produces; criminal behavior, by contrast, is often highly rational. Thus, some crime is the product of mental disorder, but to consider all crime as a manifestation of such disorder would tend both to eliminate any sensible boundaries to the concept of mental disorder and to play havoc with generally accepted notions of morality and accountability. The influential factors are constitution of family, age , occupation of the different members, the industrial, economical and political condition. Our reactions are directed by our intelligence but there is no doubt that in most of our acts may originate from several motives, although one of these may be conscious. That psychological process that under lie human conduct motive the person’s attitude and reaction to the prevailing situation. What create the criminal impulse menace we must consider several factors 1,Persons tendencies and situation of the movement.2 His mental resistance against temptation here I want to tell every person have tendencies and counter tendencies, thoughts and counter thoughts, and a emotion may cause a counter emotions and imbalance of these two or differ in strength may cause criminal brain As per science crime is more or less result of of human tendencies These depends on three factors 1,criminalist tendencies2 mental resistance and situation. The origin of the crime can be hereditary or environmental elements Too many people with mental distress experience crime or victimisation as a result of hostility, stigma and prejudice towards mental ill health. This is called "disability hate crime", and includes any criminal offence that is motivated by hostility based on the victim's disability, or presumed disability. Courts have a duty to treat these crimes more seriously and increase the sentence for any offence where there is evidence of hostility based on disability

The criminal behavior of people with mental disorders is difficult to estimate with precision because reliable data are hard to obtain. Many mentally disordered persons and many criminal acts never come to the attention of public authorities. Older studies of the issue, although suggestive, suffered from serious methodological flaws. Based on recent community-based studies that examine all criminal behavior, whether or not an offender is arrested and convicted, we can cautiously estimate that, in general, people with major mental disorders, such as schizophrenia or severe depression, are not at greater risk for criminal behavior than people without disorder. Drug use is much more closely correlated with criminal behavior than mental disorder. People with and without major mental disorders who abuse illegal drugs and alcohol are equally and far more likely to engage in crime than people who do not use drugs, but people with mental disorders are about seven times more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol than people without disorders. Thus, although drug use independently accounts for more crime than major mental disorder, the prevalence of criminal behavior among people with mental disorder may be greater because they are at much greater risk of drug use. People with less severe mental disorders, such as personality disorders, are at even greater risk for criminal behavior if they use illegal drugs and alcohol than people with major mental disorders or people without disorders.

Depression is one of the most common disorder for using complementary and alternative therapies. The aim of this article is to provide an overview of the evidence available on the treatment of depression with complementary therapies. Systematic literature searches were performed using several databases, reference list searching, and inquiry to colleagues. Data extraction followed a predefined protocol. The amount of rigorous scientific data to support the efficacy of complementary therapies in the treatment of depression is extremely limited. The areas with the most evidence for beneficial effects are exercise, herbal therapy (Hypericum perforatum), and, to a lesser extent, acupuncture and relaxation therapies. There is a need for further research involving randomized controlled trials into the efficacy of complementary and alternative therapies in the treatment of depression.

As I already gave elaborate information what causes the people to became a criminal it is 1, Genetic 2, environmental

3, Mental problems like lack of faith,imbelence,poor judgment,poverty,lack of love, TV valence Poor parenting skills Ecological Weakness fear, ignorance, hatred, worry, revenge, envy, attachment, greed, lust, selfishness, doubt, prejudice, pride, vanity, impatience, sloth, discrimination, arrogance, ambition, addiction, gluttony, criticism, blame, anxiety, frustrationgree,anger,jealous,revenge,power and incapable of making rational gergements and controlling their actions.

As I told it is behavior problem the criminal behavior of people with mental disorders is difficult to estimate with precision because reliable data are hard to obtain. The Human mind has many secrets and powers that the science of Psychiatry has not discovered yet. The entire human body is like a very complicated, complex factory. Every tie scientists think they have discovered something...years after they find out their theory which they think they have proved...was wrong.

DECLARE WAR ON CRIME &ADDICTION

Today each one of us has a greater chance of being a victim of violent crime than being hurt in a traffic accident

Homeopathy is a holistic form of medicine. In treating an illness it takes into account the unique emotional and physical traits of the individual concerned. So the medicine prescribed for two patients suffering from the same disease will be given different medicines according different characters, temperaments, reactions etc categorizes people into constitutional types. In homeopathic terms a person's constitution is his /her inherited and acquired physical, emotional and intellectual Apart from the symptoms of the disease homeopathy consider aspects of physical and psychological state of the patients in recommending the remedy Man is a triune being, spiritual, mental, physical. All diseases, or disorders, partake of these three realms. Therefore, we treat the man, not his organs by themselves. We strive to learn the patient's reactions to the disorder present, reactions in the spiritual, mental and physical spheres. We become acquainted with him and try to separate the abnormal or morbid in his case from that which is normal. It means suiting a remedy to the patient, not to one of his parts, whether this remedy is well known for the disease in question or not. It means preparing the remedy to act on the plane of this particular patient's disorder.

Every individual has his nature which will be similar throughout his life. A child may be formed, but he can be formed or can form himself only according to his nature, which is almost homoeostatic. This homoeostatic state can be called the constitution. The constitution is "what is" and the temperament is "what becomes" The Temperament of a child may change over time, and be affected by many external factors, such a the physical and emotional environment in which the child is raised, the illnesses to which they are exposed, vaccinations, drugs used, and so on.

Four categories of temperaments:1, happy-go-lucky,2, irritable,3, hyperactive,4, cerebral. Most common is the happy-go-lucky, smiling type. While some rare children needing Sulphur may be shy during the first visit, this shyness will usually only last for a few seconds or minutes at most before their natural curiosity takes over and they begin to explore both the office and the doctor. (Calcarea Carbonica) children discover early in life that they are slower than others their age. During play, they find themselves slow at games and sports. The first characteristic noticed about these children is how close they sit to their parents

Mentally the psychotic patient is suspicious, jealous, quarrelsome, self-condemnatory and later degenerate. There are various catarrhal discharges often with a fishbrine odor, which relieve mental disturbances and all sorts of arthritic manifestations.

syphilitic remedies, syphilis also has its own characteristics: mental dullness; stupidity; depression which produces sullen silence; fixed ideas; slowness of comprehension; aggravated all night and better all day: restlessness and anxiety all night; headache all night. Destruction tendency both mentally and physically, tendency to destruction of bones and other tissues Homeopathy has been used with great success to treat physical and mental illness. See how this natural, holistic and alternative form of medicine could be very useful in the treatment of: 1. Addiction: drug and alcohol abuse, prescription drug abuse, gambling addiction, eating disorders. 2. Mental Health: Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, mental illness, homelessness. 3. Criminal Behavior: first offense, probation, hardened criminals, sex offenders. 4. Juvenile Crime: learning and behavior disorders, foster care issues, gang behavior. Homeopathy is able to correct the deep imbalance that lies at the bottom of many of the above mental health issues. The homeopathic remedy stimulates the individual's mind to bring themselves into balance.The remedy given restores balance to the many systems of the body that keep us well.Homeopathy can effectively help the body rebalance its own hormones without hormone replacement therapy.

Psora –hypo (less development of brain. less development of physic, lack, scanty, less, weakness, inhibitory tendency)

Psychosis- hyper (catarrhal, copies perspiration, hyperplasia, hypertrophy, hypertension, exacerbation excessive movement i.e. restlessness.)

Syphilitic- Destruction, formation of ulcers, mind distraction, suicidal tendencies, melancholy, depression

Tubercular- alternation of hypo and hyper ( periodicity alternation intermittent ,Dissatisfaction)

All cured cases of behavioral abnormalities should be followed by a dose of TUBERCULINUM in high potencies to prevent the advancement of virulent Miasmas.

In making crime less society every one must give free hand to educate people regarding importance of homeopathy in changing mentality. Homeopathic doctors must contribute to serve these criminals by treating his mental condition here government must feel responsibility in taking this treatment to the criminals. Service organizations must take the responsibility on their shoulders.

My main mission is to see crime less society as I have given elaborate description, homeopathy medicine will change both constitution and mind. Because the medicine is not crude as like other systems the action of the medicine is in dynamic nature and it controls vital force in which hormonal imbalance is one of the part. One important information to both intellectuals and to service organigetions and homeopathic doctors, this program must go in the level of every criminal. Every one must feel proud in changing the mind of a criminal. It is not only helping him but also helping society is nothing but our selves. The fruits of this action may not receive with in one or two years but made success in the course of time. Here I request all people and doctors, it is not to popularize homeopathic system. Other system is also good number of drugs but the medicines are costly, has to take treatment forever, and lastly side effects are more medicines. Cost with homeopathy is negligible. Mostly treatment period 6 months to one year and no side effects. Here I want to stress one important thing this program can be taken into public only with the cooperation of government. Because the criminals are in the control of police and the govt. Making a suggestion is very essay but implementing this program is a great venture it needs hard work, determination devotion what not. Only positive factor is that this program is neither costly nor dangerous to any one. This drug cannot be miss utilized. No need to take special care. Because of these drugs no systemic disorders will come though utilized by others. Not only in India whole world need to implement this program. Though some countries (few) not recognized homeopathy fully, as far as this program it is need to them to implement in making their society healthy. Even today some people do not believe homeopathy I request them let you not use homeopathy for your personal health and it no way related to society but please give much cooperation in taking this program into masses. Some people are asking scientific answer how the medicine acts on dynamic plan. I do admit and welcome your question. But with our naked eye we are seeing miracles with homeopathic medicine. Any way do not belive. Request only cooperation towards this program because as you think the drugs are not harmful. Today in this globel village doctors can prescribe medicine from far away by taking mental attitude, temperament, behavior problem, family history act. If possible doctors personally can treat or trained paramedical staff can take all necessary information and pass on to doctor to prescribe remedy. In the process of giving prescription it will not be 100 percent success. Even 50 percent right prescription make this program success gradually in 2nd attempt and in 3 rd attempt.

Already there are good number of doctors in India and in abroad in implementing the program WHO need to workout and support this program. So I request both governments, WHO, Service organigetions need to take steps to implement after consultation with concern persons and their advisers

Friday, March 26, 2010

HOMEO CLINIC BY DR.GUDIMETLA FOR DIABETES

HOMOEO CLINIC


Dr. Gudimetla

Saturday, December 19, 2009

ABOUT DR GUDIMETLA

Homeopathy is a holistic form of medicine. In treating an illness it takes into account the unique emotional and physical traits of the individual concerned. So the medicine prescribed for two patients suffering from the same disease will be given different medicines according different characters, temperaments, reactions etc .

Homeopathy is new age medicine. It is latest of applied nanomedicine. Small dose wonder works for range of diseases such as allergies, autoimmune, psychosomatic, lifestyle diseases, etc.

Homeopathy works very quickly in common, everyday complaints, it is a treatment for those in search of an instant cure in acute diseases. In chronic diseases, it requires careful self observation and the will power to stick to a plan of action. The reward for this is a greater sense of well- being,energy and resistance to disease

It is very important to study the mental picture of patients with primary diseases.

Dr. GUDIMETLA categorizes people into constitutional types. In homeopathic terms a person's constitution is his /her inherited and acquired physical, emotional and intellectual aspect.

A closely fitting constitutional remedy, selected according to these criteria acts preventively and curatively. In addition to examining the symptoms of an illness, he enquires the fears, food preferences and response to general factors such as weather, external factors etc. Also takes into account a person's physical appearance and weak areas of body. Dr. GUDIMETLA selects a remedy that closely matches a person's constitutional type. In the field of treatment every branch have own importance and highly useful in certain diseases acute as well as in chronic. Homeopathy is now much more advanced in the field of medical science Homeopathy treatment is acceptable now a days because it can cure those diseases which is not cured other system, like Hypertension, Obstinate skin disease,Gastric ailments, Asthma and Neurological disorder,etc. We are dealing with chronic cases like Cancer, Kidney Disorders,Thyroid diseases,Skin diseases,Migraine,Rheumatism ect.

General Factors Homeopathy takes into account-

The weather, seasons, temperature and time of day may worsen or improve physical conditions,food preferences.

Some people are inclined to crave sweet foods, while others cannot tolerate them. Food likes and dislikes are an important part of assessing constitutional types and fears before prescribing a remedy and also tangible fears, for example, insects and snakes and emotional fears, such as fear of death ,failure and insanity. So the medicine prescribed two patients for the same disease is different. Homoeopathy categorize people according to their emotional characteristics.

Hyderabad's famous homoeo specialty clinic with cure rate of 100%. Thousands of chronic diseases are cured permanently for the last 35 years of private practice and in government service. It is not needless to say that I have conducted hundreds of medical camps cured huge number of patients for which I was awarded both by government and by private organizations. Most of the cases I treated are Liver, Skin, Endocrinal, Thyroid, Joints and bones, early Cancer, male problems and female systemic disorders ect. To say frank I was very much impressed by the people in our state in curing above systemic disorders with modern psychosomatic approach. It is nothing but art of healing for which I was awarded so many times. My concept is doing service to poor with curing their ailments. This no way lesser than any other great public service. My apple to you all get cure for your chronic ailments through my organization and support needy and poor. Further I would like to clarify that it is therapeutic system of medicine that based on the hyposis "like cures likes". Which menace a substance that can cause certain symptoms(disease)on health person can cure similar disease of unhealthy person. Homoeopathy is a system of medicine where highly diluted potentisesd doses of plant, mineral and animal kingdom to stimulate natural defense mechanism in the body

Apart from the symptoms of the disease homeopathy consider aspects of physical and psychological state of the patients in recommending the remedy. With the help of homeopathic reference books (now latest software’s) we are selecting remedy. In 1828 Hahnemann introduced a concept of miasm, which he regarded as underlying cases for many known and unknown diseases. Miasmss are defined by homeopathy as an inputted "peculiar morbid derangement of the vital force and also we say initial exposure to these miasmas causes local symptoms such as skin and venereal diseases. If these symptoms are suppressed with improper medication, the cause goes deeper and begins to manifest itself as diseases of internal organs. These are nothing but deep seated ailments (deseases) because of underlying imputed miasmas. These can only be corrected by poetized medicine by removing deeper disturbances of vital force. Through advanced homeopathy over 75% of surgical cases are cured. Advanced Homeopathy is a new technique developed by DR. Gudimetla in this process elimination of remedy even 0.5% less indicated will be done. Selection of potency will be done on the basis of deepness and psychosomatic state of the disease.

Most of the homeopathic doctors are failing in giving cure because they are failing in removing abstraction in the process of cure. Hope you understood disease and cure both depends person susceptibility. On that we concentrate and give cure.

NO SIDE EFFECTS : The basic difference between Homoeo. & other systems is that it gives small stimuli to the body to help it mobiles its inherent defense mechanism to fight disease.

It is most effective for CHILDREN -- as it has no side effects, it is easy to administer - in fact the children love to go to the Homeopathic doctor who gives them sweet pills to cure them instead of bitter medicines & injections. Children respond best as their vitality is at its highest hence most receptive to Homeopathic drugs.
-- Very convenient to carry.
-- Have a longer shelf life
-- Easy to administer
-- No toxicity -- do not have any known iatrogenic effect.
-- And last, but not the least --fairly economical

DIABETES

Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, and was previously known as juvenile diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the body does not produce insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is needed to convert sugar, starches and other food into energy needed for daily life. Only 5-10% of people with diabetes have this form of the disease Many patients are diagnosed when they are older than age 20. In this disease, the body makes little or no insulin. Daily injections of insulin are needed. The exact cause is unknown. Genetics, viruses, and autoimmune problems may play a role With the help of insulin therapy and other treatments, even young children with type 1 diabetes can learn to manage their condition and live long, healthy, happy lives. Type 1 diabetes mellitus is characterized by loss of the insulin-producing beta cells of the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas leading to insulin deficiency. This type of diabetes can be further classified as immune-mediated or idiopathic. The majority of type 1 diabetes is of the immune-mediated nature, where beta cell loss is a T-cell mediated autoimmune attack.[2] There is no known preventive measure against type 1 diabetes, which causes approximately 10% of diabetes mellitus cases in North America and Europe. Most affected people are otherwise healthy and of a healthy weight when onset occurs. Sensitivity and responsiveness to insulin are usually normal, especially in the early stages. Type 1 diabetes can affect children or adults but was traditionally termed "juvenile diabetes" because it represents a majority of the diabetes cases in children

 It usually occurs in adulthood, but young people are increasingly being diagnosed with this disease. The pancreas does not make enough insulin to keep blood glucose levels normal, often because the body does not respond well to insulin. Many people with type 2 diabetes do not know they have it, although it is a serious condition. Type 2 diabetes is becoming more common due to increasing obesity and failure to exercise.
Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes. Type 2 diabetes mellitus is characterized by insulin resistance which may be combined with relatively reduced insulin secretion. The defective responsiveness of body tissues to insulin is believed to involve the insulin receptor. However, the specific defects are not known. Diabetes mellitus due to a known defect are classified separately In the early stage of type 2 diabetes, the predominant abnormality is reduced insulin sensitivity. At this stage hyperglycemia can be reversed by a variety of measures and medications that improve insulin sensitivity or reduce glucose production by the liver. As the disease progresses, the impairment of insulin secretion occurs, and therapeutic replacement of insulin may sometimes become necessary in certain patients In type 2 diabetes, either the body does not produce enough insulin or the cells ignore the insulin. Insulin is necessary for the body to be able to use glucose for energy. When you eat food, the body breaks down all of the sugars and starches into glucose, which is the basic fuel for the cells in the body. Insulin takes the sugar from the blood into the cells.

When glucose builds up in the blood instead of going into cells, it can cause two problems:

• Right away, your cells may be starved for energy.
• Over time, high blood glucose levels may hurt your eyes, kidneys, nerves or heart.

Most cases of diabetes mellitus fall into the three broad categories of type 1 or type 2 and gestational diabetes. A few other types are also described.

The term diabetes, without qualification, usually refers to diabetes mellitus, which roughly translates to excessive sweet urine (known as "glycosuria"). Several rare conditions are also named diabetes. The most common of these is diabetes insipidus in which large amounts of urine are produced (polyuria), which is not sweet (insipidus meaning "without taste" in Latin).The term "type 1 diabetes" has replaced several former terms, including childhood-onset diabetes, juvenile diabetes, and insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM). Likewise, the term "type 2 diabetes" has replaced several former terms, including adult-onset diabetes, obesity-related diabetes, and non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM). various sources have defined "type 3 diabetes" as: gestational diabetes, insulin-resistant type 1 diabetes (or "double diabetes"), type 2 diabetes which has progressed to require injected insulin, and latent autoimmune diabetes of adults

• Gestational diabetes is high blood glucose that develops at any time during pregnancy in a woman who does not have diabetes. Women who have Gestational diabetes are at high risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease later in life.

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) resembles type 2 diabetes in several respects, involving a combination of relatively inadequate insulin secretion and responsiveness. It occurs in about 2%–5% of all pregnancies and may improve or disappear after delivery. Gestational diabetes is fully treatable but requires careful medical supervision throughout the pregnancy. About 20%–50% of affected women develop type 2 diabetes later in life.

Pre-diabetes indicates a condition that occurs when a person's blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough for a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. Many people destined to develop type 2 diabetes spend many years in a state of pre-diabetes

Some cases of diabetes are caused by the body's tissue receptors not responding to insulin (even when insulin levels are normal, which is what separates it from type 2 diabetes); this form is very uncommon. Genetic mutations can lead to defects in beta cell function. Abnormal insulin action may also have been genetically determined in some cases. Any disease that causes extensive damage to the pancreas may lead to diabetes (for example, chronic pancreatitis and cystic fibrosis). Diseases associated with excessive secretion of insulin-antagonistic hormones can cause diabetes (which is typically resolved once the hormone excess is removed). Many drugs impair insulin secretion and some toxins damage pancreatic beta cells.

Polyuria (Excessive urination), polydipsia (increased thirst) and polyphagia (increased hunger). Symptoms may develop quite rapidly (weeks or months) in type 1 diabetes, particularly in children. However, in type 2 diabetes symptoms usually develop much more slowly and may be subtle or completely absent. Type 1 diabetes may also cause a rapid yet significant weight loss (despite normal or even increased eating) and irreducible mental fatigue. All of these symptoms except weight loss can also manifest in type 2 diabetes in patients whose diabetes is poorly controlled, although unexplained weight loss may be experienced at the onset of the disease. Final diagnosis is made by measuring the blood glucose concentration.

Prolonged high blood glucose causes glucose absorption, which leads to changes in the shape of the lenses of the eyes, resulting in vision changes; sustained sensible glucose control usually returns the lens to its original shape. Blurred vision is a common complaint leading to a diabetes diagnosis; type 1 should always be suspected in cases of rapid vision change, whereas with type 2 change is generally more gradual, but should still be suspected.

Patients (usually with type 1 diabetes) may also initially present with diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), an extreme state of metabolic dysregulation characterized by the smell of acetone on the patient's breath; a rapid, deep breathing known as Kussmaul breathing; polyuria; nausea; vomiting and abdominal pain; and any of many altered states of consciousness or arousal (such as hostility and mania or, equally, confusion and lethargy). In severe DKA, coma may follow, progressing to death. Diabetic ketoacidosis is a medical emergency and requires immediate hospitalization.

A number of skin rashes can occur in diabetes that are collectively known as diabetic dermadromes.

Lifestyle

A number of lifestyle factors are known to be important to the development of type 2 diabetes. In one study, those who had high levels of physical activity, a healthy diet, did not smoke, and consumed alcohol in moderation had an 82% lower rate of diabetes. When a normal weight was included the rate was 89% lower. In this study a healthy diet was defined as one high in fiber, with a high polyunsaturated to saturated fat ratio, and a lower mean glycemic index Obesity has been found to contribute to approximately 55% type 2 diabetes, and decreasing consumption of saturated fats and trans fatty acids while replacing them with unsaturated fats may decrease the risk. The increased rate of childhood obesity in between the 1960s and 2000s is believed to have lead to the increase in type 2 diabetes in children and adolescents

1, Environmental toxins may contribute to recent increases in the rate of type 2 diabetes. A positive correlation has been found between the concentration in the urine of bisphenol A, a constituent of some plastics, and the incidence of type 2 diabetes.
2, Medical conditions
A, Cushing's syndrome.
B, Genetics

Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are partly inherited. Type 1 diabetes may be triggered by certain infections, Gene expression promoted by a diet of fat and glucose as well as high levels of inflammation related cytokines found in the obese results in cells that "produce fewer and smaller mitochondria than is normal," and are thus prone to insulin resistance.

Mechanism of insulin release in normal pancreatic beta cells. Insulin production is more or less constant within the beta cells, irrespective of blood glucose levels. It is stored within vacuoles pending release, via exocytosis, which is primarily triggered by food, chiefly food containing absorbable glucose. The chief trigger is a rise in blood glucose levels after eating Insulin is the principal hormone that regulates uptake of glucose from the blood into most cells (primarily muscle and fat cells, but not central nervous system cells). Therefore deficiency of insulin plays a central role in all forms of diabetes mellitus. Humans are capable of digesting some carbohydrates, in particular those most common in food; starch, and sucrose, are converted within a few hours to simpler forms (monosaccharide glucose) the principal carbohydrate energy source used by the body. The most significant exceptions are fructose, most disaccharides (except sucrose and in some people lactose), and all more complex polysaccharides, with the outstanding exception of starch. The rest are passed on for processing by gut flora largely in the colon. Insulin is released into the blood by beta cells (β-cells), found in the Islets of Langerhans in the pancreas, in response to rising levels of blood glucose, typically after eating. Insulin is used by about two-thirds of the body's cells to absorb glucose from the blood for use as fuel, for conversion to other needed molecules, or for storage.

Insulin is also the principal control signal for conversion of glucose to glycogen for internal storage in liver and muscle cells. Lowered glucose levels result both in the reduced release of insulin from the beta cells and in the reverse conversion of glycogen to glucose when glucose levels fall. This is mainly controlled by the hormone glucagon which acts in the opposite manner to insulin. Glucose thus forcibly produced from internal liver cell stores (as glycogen) re-enters the bloodstream; muscle cells lack the necessary export mechanism. Normally liver cells do this when the level of insulin is low (which normally correlates with low levels of blood glucose).

If the amount of insulin available is insufficient, if cells respond poorly to the effects of insulin (insulin insensitivity or resistance), or if the insulin itself is defective, then glucose will not have its usual effect so that glucose will not be absorbed properly by those body cells that require it nor will it be stored appropriately in the liver and muscles. The net effect is persistent high levels of blood glucose leads to poor protein synthesis, and other metabolic derangements, such as acidosis.

Patients with fasting glucose levels from 100 to 125 mg/dL (5.6 to 6.9 mmol/L) are considered to have impaired fasting glucose. Patients with plasma glucose at or above 140 mg/dL (7.8 mmol/L), but not over 200 mg/dL (11.1 mmol/L), two hours after a 75 g oral glucose load are considered to have impaired glucose tolerance. Of these two pre-diabetic states, the latter in particular is a major risk factor for progression to full-blown diabetes mellitus as well as cardiovascular disease.
Prevention

Type 1 diabetes risk is known Some research has suggested that breast feeding decreased the risk in later life; various other nutritional risk factors are being studied, but no firm evidence has been found. Giving children 2000 IU of Vitamin D during their first year of life is associated with reduced risk of type 1 diabetes, though the causal relationship is obscure.

Type 2 diabetes risk can be reduced in many cases by making changes in diet and increasing physical activity. recommends maintaining a healthy weight, getting at least 2½ hours of exercise per week (several brisk sustained walks appear sufficient), having a modest fat intake, and eating sufficient fiber (e.g., from whole grains). Recommend reduced alcohol consumption it is interesting to note that moderate alcohol intake may reduce the risk (though heavy consumption absolutely and clearly increases damage to bodily systems significantly

Diets that are very low in saturated fats reduce the risk of becoming insulin resistant and diabetic. Study group participants whose "physical activity level and dietary, smoking, and alcohol habits were all in the low-risk group had an 82% lower incidence of diabetes." In another study of dietary practice and incidence of diabetes, "foods rich in vegetable oils, including non-hydrogenated margarines, nuts, and seeds, should replace foods rich in saturated fats from meats and fat-rich dairy products. Consumption of partially hydrogenated fats should be minimized."

Management

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease which is difficult to cure. Management concentrates on keeping blood sugar levels as close to normal ("euglycemia") as possible without presenting undue patient danger. This can usually be with close dietary management, exercise, and use of appropriate medications (insulin only in the case of type 1 diabetes mellitus. Oral medications may be used in the case of type 2 diabetes, as well as insulin).

There are roles for patient education, dietetic support, sensible exercise, with the goal of keeping both short-term and long-term blood glucose levels within acceptable bounds. In addition, given the associated higher risks of cardiovascular disease, lifestyle modifications are recommended to control blood pressure in patients with hypertension, cholesterol in those with dyslipidmia, as well as exercising more, smoking less or ideally, consuming a recommended diet Patients with foot problems are also recommended to wear diabetic socks and possibly diabetic shoes

Except in the case of type 1 diabetes, which always requires insulin replacement, the way type 2 diabetes is managed may change with age. Insulin production decreases because of age-related impairment of pancreatic beta cells. Additionally, insulin resistance increases because of the loss of lean tissue and the accumulation of fat, particularly intra-abdominal fat, and the decreased tissue sensitivity to insulin. Glucose tolerance progressively declines with age, leading to a high prevalence of type 2 diabetes and post challenge hyperglycemia in the older population.

Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas to control blood sugar. Diabetes can be caused by too little insulin, resistance to insulin, or both.To understand diabetes, it is important to first understand the normal process by which food is broken down and used by the body for energy. Several things happen when food is digested: A sugar called glucose enters the bloodstream. Glucose is a source of fuel for the body. An organ called the pancreas makes insulin. The role of insulin is to move glucose from the bloodstream into muscle, fat, and liver cells, where it can be used as fuel.

People with diabetes have high blood sugar. This is because:

• Their pancreas does not make enough insulin
• Their muscle, fat, and liver cells do not respond to insulin normally
• Both
• Age over 45 years
• A parent, brother, or sister with diabetes
• Gestational diabetes or delivering a baby weighing more than 9 pounds
• Heart disease
• High blood cholesterol level
• Obesity
• Not getting enough exercise
• Polycystic ovary disease (in women)
• Previous impaired glucose tolerance
• Some ethnic groups (particularly African Americans, Native Americans, Asians, Pacific Islanders, and Hispanic Americans)

High blood levels of glucose can cause several problems, including:
• Blurry vision
• Excessive thirst
• Fatigue
• Frequent urination
• Hunger
• Weight loss

Patients with type 1 diabetes usually develop symptoms over a short period of time. The condition is often diagnosed in an emergency setting.

• Fatigue
• Increased thirst
• Increased urination
• Nausea
• Vomiting
• Weight loss in spite of increased appetite

Symptoms of type 2 diabetesslowly in long period of time

• Blurred vision
• Fatigue
• Increased appetite
• Increased thirst
• Increased urination

A urine analysis may be used to look for glucose and ketones from the breakdown of fat. However, a urine test alone does not diagnose diabetes.

The following blood tests are used to diagnose diabetes:

• Fasting blood glucose level -- diabetes is diagnosed if higher than 126 mg/dL on two occasions. Levels between 100 and 126 mg/dL are referred to as impaired fasting glucose or prediabetes. These levels are considered to be risk factors for type 2 diabetes and its complications.

• Oral glucose tolerance test -- diabetes is diagnosed if glucose level is higher than 200 mg/dL after 2 hours. (This test is used more for type 2 diabetes.)

• Random (non-fasting) blood glucose level -- diabetes is suspected if higher than 200 mg/dL and accompanied by the classic diabetes symptoms of increased thirst, urination, and fatigue. (This test must be confirmed with a fasting blood glucose test.)

Blood glucose during the previous 2 - 3 months. It is a very helpful way to determine how well treatment is working.

• Blood pressure and cholesterol control
•Careful self testing of blood glucose levels
• Education
• Exercise
• Foot care
• Meal planning and weight control

Emergency complications include:

• Diabetic hyperglycemic coma
• Diabetic ketoacidosis

Long-term complications include:
• Atherosclerosis
• Coronary artery disease
• Diabetic nephropathy
• Diabetic neuropathy
• Diabetic retinopathy
• Erection problems
• Hyperlipidemia
• Hypertension
• Infections of the skin, female urinary tract, and urinary tract
• Peripheral vascular disease
• Stroke
• Confusion
• Convulsions or unconsciousness
• Dizziness
• Double vision
• Drowsiness
• Headache
• Lack of coordination
• Weakness
Main Types of Diabetes

• Genetic defects of the beta cell, such as maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY) and neonatal diabetes mellitus
• Genetic defects in insulin action, resulting in the body’s inability to control blood glucose levels, as seen in leprechaunism and the Rabson-Mendenhall syndrome
• Diseases of the pancreas or conditions that damage the pancreas, such as pancreatitis and cystic fibrosis
• Excess amounts of certain hormones resulting from some medical conditions—such as cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome—that work against the action of insulin
• Medications that reduce insulin action, such as glucocorticoids, or chemicals that destroy beta cells
• Infections, such as congenital rubella and cytomegalovirus
• Rare autoimmune disorders, such as stiff-man syndrome, an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system
• Genetic syndromes associated with diabetes, such as Down syndrome and Prader-Willi syndrome

2 hour plasma glucose result
139 and below - Normal
140 to 199-- Pre-diabetes
200 and above-- Diabetes*

Success in the homeopathic treatment of any disease depends on following the principles laid down in the philosophy of Hahnemann and expounded by the wisest of his followers as they interpreted these principles in terms which present day prescribers can understand.These principles are clear, practicable and satisfying. Man is a triune being, spiritual, mental, physical. All diseases, or disorders, partake of these three realms. Therefore, we treat the man, not his organs by themselves. We strive to learn the patient's reactions to the disorder present, reactions in the spiritual, mental and physical spheres. We become acquainted with him and try to separate the abnormal or morbid in his case from that which is normal. It means suiting a remedy to the patient, not to one of his parts, whether this remedy is well known for the disease in question or not. It means preparing the remedy to act on the plane of this particular patient's disorder. It means watching the results of a prescription and judging therefrom whether or not a curative process is developing. It means choosing a better remedy or following along with the one first chosen and its complementary remedies.

Refined carbohydrates (the staple food of the American diet), including white flour, sugar, white bread, pasta, white rice, etc., can all rapidly boost blood sugar levels. Instead, we should eat foods that are high in fiber, like whole grains, legumes and fresh vegetables. "The star player in this (diabetes) diet", writes Dr. Whitaker in his book Dr. Whitaker's Guide to Natural Health, "is the legume family. These foods are full of fiber-rich compounds. Fiber is an important dietary strategy with obesity but in the bloodstream of the diabetic legume fibers having particular value. They help control blood glucose levels. My recommendation is actually for a 'HCLRHF Diet' high-complex-carbohydrate, legume-rich, high fiber. This combination helps to improve all aspects of diabetic control."

To avoid further burdening an already weak immune system, diabetics must stay away from commercial products and buy organic meat, produce and dairy as much as possible. Needless to say, junk food, processed foods, hydrogenated oils (such as margarine) and sweets should also be omitted from the diet. Since sugar is one of the greatest enemies of the diabetic many people have a very difficult time finding a healthy alternative. Although certain artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame, are deemed "safe" for diabetics, research shows that they are composed of deadly chemicals that can cause brain cancer, memory loss, headaches, and a myriad of other conditions. The only sugar alternative I would recommend is a South American herb called Stevia. It contains virtually no calories and according to research, it can actually lower blood sugar levels. Stevia has been safely used for centuries by Paraguayan Indians and for decades in Japan, where artificial sweeteners are banned.

REMEDIES
Uranium nitrate – for diabetes originating from digestion problems (dyspepsia).
Phosphoric acid – useful for diabetes where a cause is due to grief, worry and anxiety.
Lactic acid – said to be useful when the cause is due to stomach and liver problems.
Bryonia – applied directly through the skin, again for causes due to liver problems.
Insulin – administered as drops in water, as with all homoeopathic remedies to be given in small doses.

Conclusion

Any diabetic considering homeopathic help for their condition should consult their doctor to discuss whether such treatment could be appropriate. Many health shops now sell homeopathic treatments without prescription. Remember though that homeopathic treatments are not said to work overnight, and it is said that it can take up to two years to regulate diabetes with homeopathy.

When you need to regulate your blood sugar, you can try Cinnergen solution.

Cinnergen supplement is used as a natural method to provide the nutrients you need to keep your blood sugar under control. The supplement works because of the ingredients used, and can help you lower your blood sugar and increase your insulin efficiency. All of the herbs and foods in this nutritional supplement are full of healthy and nutritious compounds.

Constitutional approach--As per the classical homeopathy, we believe in constitutional prescribing. Every case of skin disease calls for study of the patient's constitution, which includes various aspects of his physical ailments as well as the in-depth study of the mental sphere, such as emotions, psychosocial background, and behavior and personality pattern.

This calls for individual case study in every case. There is no single specific remedy for all the cases of skin diseases. The exact treatment is determined only on in-depth evaluation of individual case. Furthermore, patient's history of past diseases and that of the family diseases is understood to know the miasmatic background of the patient.

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DR G.C.V.RAMANA MURTY D.H.M.S
DR.K.LALITHA M.B.B.S

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