Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Happy Diwali

To all my dear n near friends on the Globe-

May the beauty and festivity of Diwali fill your home with happiness and joy.May the coming year give you everything you’ve wished for!

-Dr mohan 

Tuesday, October 18, 2011


 Graphites is   Graphites
Alopecia areata is a disease that affects the hair follicles. Alopecia areata is an Autoimmune disorder.  Hair falls out in small, round patches, there is no cure for alopecia areata, and there are no medications.
Mr. B K came to my clinic with bald patch over scalp since a year, occasional itching. A dose of Bacillinum 1M, was followed by Graphites 30, 200c 
You can visualize the growth of hair on the patches from 09092011 to 23092011. it is a eye opener for who say homeopathy is placebo therapy.

******  it is not a complete presentation  out of curiosity  it was kept in blog.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

World Food Day

World Food Day
Rising food costs pushed nearly 70 million people into extreme poverty.

The theme for 2011 is "food prices - from crisis to stability". the day is celebrated every year October 16 in honor of the date of the founding of the food and agriculture organization (F A O) of the united nations in 1945. each year has a different theme.

India’s National Advisory Council has recently completed a draft bill of the National Food Security Act, which aims to improve food access for the country’s poorest communities. Although India has a rapidly growing economy, it is still home to 25 percent of the world’s hungry, and this act is an important way of improving food security in the country.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

my antique collection

An antique any piece of furniture or decorative object or the like produced in a former period and valuable because of its beauty or rarity.An antique is an old item. It is collected because of its age, beauty, rarity, condition, utility, personal emotional connection ,It is an object that represents a previous era or time period in human society. 

Monday, October 10, 2011

Mental and behavioural disorders & Homoeopathy

World Mental Health Day
10 October 2011

This year’s theme is “investing in mental health

Mental and behavioural disorders are found in people of all regions, all countries and all societies. Recent analyses by the World Health Organization show that at any point in time has an aggregate prevalence is about 10% for adults. About 450 million people in the world were estimated to be suffering from neuropsychiatric conditions. These disorders not only affect the patients and their families but also adversely impact on the country’s productivity and economy
According to Ganguli, the national prevalence rates for `all mental disorders' arrived at are 70.5 (rural), 73 (urban) and 73 (rural + urban) per 1000 population (15). At various times most people experience anxiety, depression, sleeps disturbance, and somatic preoccupation. In most cases, such symptoms are transient, and their precipitating causes are upcoming examination, a new job, marriage, and divorce and family problems, in these instances reassuring the patient by physician the symptoms will become transient and situational. Diagnostic criteria for a diagnosis of psychiatric disorders depend up on the, family history of similar symptoms, symptoms consistent with the natural history of a psychiatric disorder. Emotional symptoms associated with specific situations are usually classified as reactions to the situation do not usually become psychiatric disorders. Person's personality is important, obsessive, passive, or antisocial personality traits are few examples .When these characteristics interfere with the individual's ability to function, the condition is regarded as a personality disorder.
In Homoeopathic system knowingly or unknowingly we are tackling the psychological illness whether it is due to physical cause or social cause. We give importance to mental symptoms; temperaments etc. success rate is comparatively good.
Mental diseases are one - side diseases of Psoric origin where the predominant alteration is in the mental faculty of the individual. The following are the types. (I) Following the decline of corporeal or physical symptoms, the disease seems to localize to the mind with predominant mental symptoms (ii) Mental diseases appearing suddenly precipitated by sudden fright, grief (iii) Mental diseases of doubtful origin where the disease results from faults of education, corrupt morals, superstition etc (iV) Mental diseases due to prolonged worry, anxiety, fear which later on may affect the physical health of the individual.

It is a health educative article – full length article is published
Pain of mind is worse than pain of body. –Syrus
Dr G R Mohan, Study of common Mental illness in urban population with a Homoeopathic Approach, Asian jour of Homoeopathy, vol 3, no 2(3) May 2008Jul 2008

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

All my dear friends on the Globe

May Goddess Durga destroy all evil around you
May this Navratri... Bring You Joy and Happiness...
To last through out the year—G R Mohan