Medicine and Disease: Expert Homeopathy

medicine and disease

Medical explanation
Professor Marshall Marinker, a general practitioner, has suggested over the past two decades the practical way distinguish between illness, illness, and illness. He notes the "three ways of being unhealthy" in the following way.

“Fo Disease… is a disease, often physical, such as a sore throat, or bronchus cancer, which can sometimes be determined by origin, such as schizophrenia. The quality that characterizes the disease is a deviation from the norm. There is controversy about the disease that doctors can detect, touch, measure, smell. Diseases are considered important facts in the medical perspective…

“Sickness… is a feeling, a personal experience of unhealthiness, the inner person of a patient. It is usually associated with the disease, but the disease may be undiagnosed, such as early cancer or tuberculosis, or diabetes. Sometimes illness is when the disease is not diagnosed. Traditional medical education has made the strange peace of sickness — in the absence of disease — unbearable for a physician. The patient cannot give the doctor anything to satisfy his senses…

“Sickness… is a form of external and public health. Sickness is a social, position, negotiated position in the world, the transaction involved between that person so far called ‘sick’, and the community that is ready to see and support him or her. The security of this role depends on many factors, not least on the availability of this precious gift, disease. Sickness-based illness alone is a very uncertain condition. But even having diseases does not guarantee equality in illness. Those with a chronic illness are much less protected than those with acute; those with mental illness than those who underwent surgery…. At best it is a serious physical illness in a young man that is quickly determined by recovery or death - which, of course, is both treated equally. ”2

The disease is a disease process, a common deviation. Sickness is the patient’s experience of illness, sometimes when the disease is not diagnosed. Illness is a public debate. Marinker continues to note that a very small number of patients who regularly see regular doctors, especially receiving repeated prescriptions, suffer from one of these disorders. They seem, on the contrary, wanting to "build a relationship with each other that reflects the community's commitment and ability to help". So “patient”, in the sense that someone is consulting a physician diligently rather than just in the literature, does not mean that he is sick, that he feels sick, or that he is known to be ill; and then there are other uncommon reasons, which are not in seeking to establish a therapeutic relationship, why a patient can consult a doctor — to get vaccinated before traveling abroad for example. Most patients most of the time, however, may be classified as a disease, or an illness, or be seen as an illness.

When philosophers try to explain life, some of them come to the same conclusion. R S Downie, for example, acknowledges that the World Health Organization's definition of health — as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, not just the absence of disease or infirmity” —is an extreme one. However, he says, it is probably the right intention.11 Trying to define health as simply the absence of disease or illness has led to difficulties: a sick life cannot be explained in terms of disease, for example, because people can have the disease (especially with minor symptoms) without feeling sick, and may have unwanted symptoms (nausea). , weakness, headaches, etc.) where no disease or discomfort appears to exist. And the fact that the condition is not needed enough to describe it as sick health: it can be a common aging disease for example; and also the abnormality of the condition is not enough - disability or paralysis may be uncommon, but the person with it may not be healthy, and the same can apply to the injured person. To say whether physical health exists or not, a complex combination of "unusual, unwanted or ineffective conditions of the biological system may need to be considered". And things are even more complicated when assessing the health of a mental illness. An unconventional attitude can indicate a few, immoral or illegal desires that are not ill desires. On the other hand, a psychopath, for example, may not view his condition as undesirable, or he may be viewed as weak.

The problem, however, is not just that poor health can be difficult to alleviate. And that we tend to think of life as being in good shape and bad. But here again, things are complicated. For example, a good sense of well-being may be inadequate. As Downie puts it: "it can be hard to make a case of looking at a critical schizophrenic condition with a rise in mood and a lack of happy understanding as one of the healthiest ones". And physical fitness is not enough: the type of strength required in sports training is, in fact, sometimes dangerous to physical health; and the desire to increase physical strength as a result in itself can be an unhealthy desire. Often, what is needed is the concept of "minimum" durability, related to age and the purpose of daily activities.

"True" well-being, Downie goes on to suggest, requires (a) "an important reference to a particular concept of" human health "and (b)" a certain sense of control over your life, including its social and political magnitude. " and the negative side is bad, it should be considered when we ask what "life" means.

Here I published names of diseases with suitable medicines in daily life but remember one thing, physician’s consultation is always welcome. Here I describe many diseases along with probable medicines alphabetically. please see and match with your disease. Very efficacious but doctor's consultation is always getting priority.

On this website, I published many homeopathic medicines with the disease in this section of the website. Anybody can click this section on my main page and can see probable medicines for diseases. But remember, Need a physician's consultation for every disease. Because I write about some probable medicines along with diseases. Probable medicines are not confirmed remedies, remedy may change from patient to patient. Homeopathy depends upon "Individualization". And in this way, the treatment should be better than taking any medicine as per disease.
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