Depression is a mood disorder,characterized by a feeling of sadness,loss or anger that interfere with a person’s everyday life activities, but if these feelings persist and affect the quality of life significantly it called depression.

According to WHO,  depression is the most common illness worldwide and the leading cause of disability

Type of depression

There are different types of depression,some important types of depression are:

  • MDD(major depressive disorder)-  major disorder is a mood disorder characterised by a number of key features such as depressed mood ,lack of interest in activities, change in weight,change in sleep ,fatigue etc

  • Persistent depressive disorder-  DYSTHYMIA now known as persistent depressive disorder, refers to a type of chronic depressive present for more days than not for at least two years. It can be mild moderate and severe.

  • Bipolar disorderis a mood disorder characterised by periods of abnormality elevated mood known as mania, these periods can be mild(hypomania) or they can be so extreme as to cause marked impairment, with a person’s life,require hospitalization,or affect a person’s sense or reality.

  • Premenstrual dysphoric disorder(PMDD)- Among the most common symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) are irritability,fatigue,anxiety,moodiness,bloating,increased appetite,food cravings,aches etc

  • Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)-as the name suggests it is seasonal depression ,which is related to the seasonal it means SADbegins and ends at the same with the season, typically starting in the late fall and early winter and going away from during the spring and summer .

  • A rare form of seasonal depression known as summer depression,begins in late spring or early summer and ends in the fall.


Some people are at higher risk factors include:

  • Life events-these include bereavement,divorce,work issues,relationship with friends and family,financial problems,medical concerns,or sadness , grief ,all these events affect the mental conditions.

  • Personality-those with less successful coping strategies,or previous life trauma are more susceptible

  • Genetic factors –having a first degree relatives with depression increases the risk of depression

  • Childhood trauma- trauma may be mental or physical, such as having mental stress in family or any mental harassment during childhood lead to depression.

  • Some prescription drugs: these include corticosteroids some beta-blockers,interferon and other prescription drugs.

  • Abuse of recreational drugs: excess use of alcohol,amphetamines,and other drugs are strongly linked to depression

  • A past history of sexual,physical,or emotional abuse can lead to depression .

  • Chronic pain syndromes:chronic conditions such as diabetes,chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,and cardiovascular disease make depression more likely.


  • Untreated depression can lead to emotional, behavioral and health problems that affect every area of life.
  • Long term untreated depression can affect your daily routine activities, your relation with yourself as well as those around you.
  • It can increase the risk of developing various addictions and habits that may be harmful to you.
  • It may also lead to social anxiety and isolation and later on suicidal tendencies too.
  • It may also increase the risk of developing many cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack. 



  • Depressed mood reduce interest or pleasure in activities previously enjoyed,loss of sexual desire
  • Unintentional weight loss,low appetite
  • Insomnia or hypersomnia
  • Psychomotor agitation,for example restlessness,pacing up and down
  • Delayed psychomotor skills,for example,slowed movement and speech
  • Fatigue or loss of energy
  • Feeling of worthlessness or guilt
  • Impaired ability to think,concentrate, or make decisions
  • Recurrent thoughts of death or suicide, or attempt at suicide
  • Symptoms in seasonal disorder 1) winter depression symptoms- less energy,trouble concentrating,fatigue,greater appetite,greater need for sleep,weight gain                                2)Summer seasonal disorder loss of appetite,trouble sleeping ,weight loss.


The exact cause is unknown but there are several factors which triggers depression . depression is not occur by one phenomena it includes various phenomena of life.the various factors are described are

  • Genetics – person who having a family history of depression,are more prone. Depression is not caused by a single reason it is result of complex phenomena .


  • Sudden mishappening – if person faced sudden mishappening in life such as death of a loved one or sudden grief from any reason or sometimes may occur due to sudden and unexpected happiness.

  • Conflicts –depression is also a result of various conflicts such as fighting between parents ,or bad relationships with friends and siblings,all these various conflicts make sad and make susceptible a person for depression.

  • Abuse of any substance –about 30% of depression cases recorded due to misuse of  any drugs cause clinical depression.even using alcohol for temporary relief but it cause long term side effects.

  • Major serious medical illness – some major medical illness produce excessive anxiety or it can lead to depression due to anxiety

  • Social pressure  –some social issues also lead to depression because sometimes society criticize against the colour ,shirt height,race and other personal issues , all these factors lead to depression .

  • Abuse – if any person faced physical ,sexual or emotional abuse in past life it leads to deep impression on the mind.



  • Physical examination
  • Lab tests,such as CBC,thyroid profile
  • Psychiatric evaluation


Depression  is a treatable mental illness,it has three components

  • Support-ranging from discussing practical solutions and contributing stresses, to educating family

  • Psychotherapy,also known as talking therapies,such as cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT)

  • Drugs ,it mainly include antidepressants.

But all these are conventional treatment ,homeopathic treatment is a good option for treatment  because it gives permanent cure from depression .


Depression is better management by some activities such as

  • Stop thinking about negative thoughts
  • Try to go to sleep and get up at about the same time
  • Avoid drinking of alcohol and caffeine
  • Spent time with family friends and join the company who support you
  • Practising regular relaxation to reduce the effects of irritating of frustrating situations
  • Keep busy in healthy activities
  • Try to set small goals and work for it and try to achieve it
  • Always think about happy moments and keep happy
  • Eat a healthy diet and always try to eat with friends and family
  • Do exercise daily and  yoga and meditation.


Homoeopathy medicines are given on the basis of physical and mentals behaviour that’s why homeopathy is unique

Some important and deep acting medicines are

  • Aconite
  • Argentum metallicum
  • Arsenic album
  • Calcarea carb
  • Gelsemium
  • Ignatia
  • Kali arsenicosum
  • Kali phosphoricum
  • Lycopodium

Take medicines only when prescribed by a registered homeopath.

Do’s and don’ts


  • Find ways to handle stress and improve your self esteem.
  • Take good care of yourself.
  • Get enough sleep
  • Eat healthy diet
  • Do exercise ,yoga daily
  • Go for spending time with friends and family
  • Get regular check medical checkups
  • Get help if u feel depressed.


  • Don’t make big life decisions on a day when you are feeling down.
  • Do not believe in your negative thoughts
  • Avoid alcohol and unnecessary drugs
  • Avoid food you are allergic too
  • Avoid caffeinated drinks and nicotine completely
  • Avoid smoking,dairy products.





Psoriatic arthritis a type of arthritis that is seen in some patients with psoriasis. People with psoriatic arthritis may have symptoms of both psoriasis and arthritis.

{Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes red scaly rashes on places like elbow, knees, scalp, back etc}

Around 15-30% of people with psoriasis develops psoriatic arthritis. Most people with psoriatic arthritis have skin symptoms before joint symptoms. However, sometimes the joint pain and stiffness strikes first. In some cases, people get psoriatic arthritis without any skin changes. It ia an autoimmune condition meaning it happens when your immune system goes haywire and starts attacking healthy cells of body.This condition causes widespread inflammation  that affects many systems in body from immune system to digestive system.


  • Symmetric psoriatic arthritis: This type affects the same joints on both sides of your body, so both your left and right knees.

  • Asymmetric psoriatic arthritis: This affects a joint or joints on one side of your body. Your joints may feel sore and turn red. Asymmetric psoriatic arthritis is generally mild.

  • Distal interphalangeal predominant psoriatic arthritis: This type involves the joints closest to your nails. These are known as the distal joints.

  • Spondylitis psoriatic arthritis: This type of psoriatic arthritis involves your spine. Your entire spine from your neck to your lower back may be affected. This can make movement very painful so hands, feet, legs, arms, and hips may also get affected.

  • Psoriatic arthritis mutilans: This is a severe, deforming type of Psoriatic arthritis. Psoriatic arthritis mutilans usually affects your hands and feet. It can also cause pain in your neck and lower back.


Certain things may trigger psoriasis, including:

  • Injury to the skin, like a scrape or sunburn
  • Infection(mostly some preceding throat infection)
  • Lack of sleep
  • Dry skin
  • Mental and emotional stress
  • Over weight: Excess weight puts more pressure on joints that are already sore.
  • Heavy drinking and smoking, which is prevalent in people with psoriasis.
  • Cold dry weather

Avoiding these triggers may help prevent PsA or a flare from starting.


  • Psoriasis: About 15% to 30% of people with psoriasis get psoriatic arthritis.

  • Sex: It affects men and women equally.

  • Age: You can get the condition at any age, but it usually affects people between the ages of 30 and 50.

  • Family history: A family history of skin or joint disease makr you more vulnerable.


  • A small percentage of people with psoriatic arthritis develop Arthritis mutilans (a severe, painful and disabling form of the disease).
  • Over time, arthritis mutilans destroys the small bones in your hands, (especially fingers), leading to permanent deformity and disability.
  • People who have psoriatic arthritis sometimes also develop eye problems such as pinkeye (conjunctivitis) or uveitis, which can cause pain and blurred vision.



  • Pain, swelling or stiffness in one or more joints
  • Joints that are hot to the touch with redness.
  • Frequent joint tenderness or stiffness
  • Sausage like swelling in one or more of the fingers or toes
  • Pain in and around the feet and ankles
  • Changes to the nails such as pitting, nail thickening or separation of nail from the nail bed.
  • Pain in the lower back (just above the tailbone).
  • scaly skin patches, which may get worse when joint pain flares up
  • flaky scalp.

Both psoriatic arthritis and psoriasis are chronic diseases that get worse over time, but you may have periods when your symptoms improve or go into remission/relapses alternating with times when symptoms become worse. Mild psoriatic arthritis is sometimes referred to as oligoarticular, meaning it affects four or fewer joints in the body. Severe psoriatic arthritis is often referred to as polyarticular, meaning it affects four or more joints.


Psoriatic arthritis occurs when your body’s immune system begins to attack healthy cells and tissue. The abnormal immune response causes inflammation in your joints as well as overproduction of skin cells.It’s not entirely clear why the immune system turns on healthy tissue, but it seems likely that both genetic and environmental factors play a role.



There is no definitive test for psoriatic arthritis. The diagnosis is made mostly by symptoms evaluation and by a process of elimination.

To diagnose PsA, doctor has to rule out other causes of arthritis, such as RA and gout, with the help of some imaging and blood tests.

Imaging tests :

  • X-rays: These check for inflammation and damage to bones and joints. This damage is different in PsA than it is in other types of arthritis.
  • MRIs: These images can help your doctor check for joint, tendon, or ligament damage.
  • CT scans and ultrasounds: These can help determine how advanced PsA is and how badly the joints are affected.

Blood tests for these substances help assess any inflammation present in your body:

  • C-reactive protein:This is a substance your liver produces when there’s inflammation in your body.
  • Erythrocyte sedimentation rate(ESR): This only reveals how much inflammation is in your body not the cause of it.
  • Rheumatoid factor (RF):  Helps to rule out rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Joint fluid: Checked for presense of any uric acid crystals, to rule out gout.
  • Red blood cells. A low red blood cell count is common in people with proriatic arthritis.


Conventional treatment includes use of NSAIDS, biologics, immunosuppressants and light therapy.Joints that have been severely damaged by psoriatic arthritis are sometimes replaced with artificial prostheses made of metal and plastic. Homeopathic medicines are best treatment for psoriatic arthritis without side effects and steroids.


  • Add exercise to your daily routine: Keeping your joints moving can ease stiffness.

Biking, walking, swimming, and other water exercises are gentler on the joints than high-impact exercises like running or playing tennis.

  • Relieve stress: Tension and stress can make arthritis flares even worse. Meditate, practice yoga, or try other stress-relief techniques to calm your mind and body.

  • Use hot and cold packs: Warm compresses and hot packs can ease muscle soreness. Cold packs can also reduce pain in your joints.

  • Consider natural supplements and spices: Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties. These healthy fats, found in many supplements, reduce inflammation and stiffness in joints.

Turmeric, also have anti inflammatory action and so may help reduce inflammation and psoriatic arthritis flare-ups.


Homeopathic treatment works very efficiently for people suffering from psoriatic arthritis. Some homoeopathic medicines that can given in cases of PsA are rhus tox, rhus venerat, urtica urens, ledum pal, medorrhinum, syphilinum, thuja occidentalis etc. It is to be noted that these remedies are to be taken after consulting a registered homoeopath only.

Homeopathic medicines are quiet effective in treatment of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis without steroids and side effects.



  • get medical help as soon as symptoms appear
  • get enough rest and sleep
  • do low-impact exercise, unless it worsen symptoms
  • following a healthy diet
  • limiting alcohol intake
  • limiting stress


  • Quit smoking and restrict alcohol intake
  • avoid scratching scaly areas of skin.
  • Avoid food items that will make you obese.




Cold sores are also called as fever blisters. Fever blisters are a common viral infection. Cold sores are red, fluid-filled blisters that form near the mouth or on other areas of the face. These blisters are often grouped together in patches. Cold sores usually heal in two to four weeks without leaving a scar.


  • Infection, fever, or a cold
  • Stress
  • Sun exposure and severe burns
  • Cancer chemotherapy
  • Menstruation and eczema
  • HIV/AIDS or a weakened immune system
  • Dental work
  • Anti-rejection drugs for organ transplants


  • Difficulty breathing or swallowing.
  • Red, irritated eyes with or without discharge.
  • High or persistent fever.



  • Tingling and itching:- Around the lips many people feel an itching, burning or tingling sensation for a day or so before a small, hard, painful spot appears and blister erupt.
  • Oozing and crusting:- The small blisters may merge and then burst, leaving shallow open sores that will ooze fluid and then crust over.
  • Blister:- Small fluid-filled blisters typically break out along the border where the outside edge of the lips meets the skin of the face. Cold sores also occur around the nose or on the cheeks.
  • During the first time some people also experience fever, painful eroded gums, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, swollen lymph nodes.


  • Viral infection or fever
  • Stress and fatigue
  • Changes in the immune system
  • Hormonal changes, such as those related to menstruation, exposure to sunlight and wind



Fluid from the sore can be examined to find out if you have a herpes virus called herpes simplex virus (HSV).  This virus causes cold sores thus diagnosis of cold sores can be made.


Treatment for cold sores are antiviral drugs, lip- balms and creams, pain- relieving creams, stress reduction medicines, synthetic beeswax, etc. but these treatments are not permanent and safe. Thus homeopathic treatment is the best treatment for Cold sores to eliminate the virus without side effects.


  • Avoid skin to skin contact with others while blisters are present.
  • Keep your hands clean.
  • Don’t sharing items.
  • Avoid touching other parts of the body, especially susceptible areas, such as the genitals and eyes


There are medicines like Natrum mur, Rhus tox, Apis mellifica, Arsenicum album, Borax, Graphites, hepar sulph, etc. But medicine depends on the presentation of the case and should never be taken without consulting a registered homeopath. Homeopathy has permanent cure for Cold Sores.



  • Avoid skin to skin contact with others while blisters are present.
  • Keep your hands clean.
  • Eat healthy diet to boost immunity.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Add probiotics to the diet.
  • Maintain hygiene.


  • Don’t share items.
  • Don’t rub the sores.




Cellulitis is a common and sometimes painful bacterial skin infection. The affected skin appears swollen and red and is typically painful and warm to the touch.


  • Trauma to the skin
  • Being overweight or obese increases the risk of developing cellulitis.
  • Diabetes and liver disease such as chronic hepatitis or cirrhosis.
  • Circular problems, such as not proper blood flow to arms and legs, poor drainage of veins or lymphatic system
  • Swelling in the legs or arm from varicose veins or after surgery on the veins or lymph nodes.


  • Cellulitis may damage the lymphatic drainage system and cause chronic swelling of the affected limb.
  • The infection can spread to the deep layer of tissue called the fascial lining.



  • Pain and tenderness in the affected area
  • Redness or inflammation of your skin
  • Fever and dizziness
  • Blister and skin dimpling
  • Drowsiness and muscle ache
  • Tight, glossy, swollen skin
  • Leaking of yellow, clear fluid or pus
  • Abscess with pus
  • A skin sore or rash that grows quickly
  • A feeling of warmth in the affected area
  • Swelling and red streaking


  • Infection after surgical wound
  • Bone infection underneath the skin
  • Foreign objects in the skin.
  • Any breaks in the skin that allow bacteria to invade the skin.
  • Eczema or psoriasis long term skin conditions
  • Puncture wound and injuries that tear the skin.



Cellulitis diagnosed by physical examination and depending on the severity of your symptoms, your may take blood or a sample of the wound to test for bacteria.


Treatment for cellulitis is oral antibiotics but these treatments are not permanent and safe. Thus homeopathic treatment is the best treatment for cellulitis


  • Wash your wound daily with soap and water.
  • Apply a protective cream or ointment.
  • Cover your wound with a bandage.
  • Moisturize your skin regularly.
  • Trim your fingernails and toenails carefully
  • Protect your hands and feet.


There are medicines like belladonna, apis, ledum pal, silicea, calendula, etc. But medicine depends on the presentation of the case and should never be taken without consulting a registered homeopath. Homeopathy has permanent cure for cellulitis without using antibiotics.



  • Wash your wound daily with soap and water.
  • Apply a protective cream or ointment.
  • Cover your wound with a bandage while going out.
  • Moisturize your skin regularly.


  • Don’t puncture the boils.
  • Don’t rub or scratch the area.
  • Don’t wear synthetic clothes




Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of your bronchial tubes,which carry air to and from your lungs. Usually the cold or flu completes its course in few weeks and you are again healthy and without any symptoms but when the infection spreads to bronchial tubes it causes swelling and inflammation there producing more mucus and timid cough. Along with that it would also produce tightness in the chest with short breathing accompanied by sound while breathing (wheezing). Low grade fever can also be seen.

Types of bronchitis

a)Acute bronchitis and b)chronic bronchitis

Acute bronchitis: commonly follows a cold or viral infection,such as the flu.It consist of cough with mucus,chest discomfort or soreness, fever and sometimes shortness of breath. Acute bronchitis usually lasts a few days or weeks.

Chronic bronchitis: is a serious,ongoing illness characterized by a persistent,mucus-producing cough that lasts longer than 3 months out of the year for more than 2 year.

If chronic bronchitis occurs with emphysema, it may become chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

How does it spread

  • By airborne respiratory droplets
  • By saliva(kissing or hugs)
  • By skin to skin contact
  • By touching a contaminated surface


There are several things which can increase the risk of bronchitis:

  • Smoking: active or passive is going to increase the risk of bronchitis- acute or chronic.

  • Fumes: ladies cooking in villages with coal and wood are more at risk of developing bronchitis as they are exposed very frequently to fumes from buring coal and wood.

  • Exposure to irritants: irritants like chemicals, dyes, textile irritants, wood residues etc can also predispose to bronchitis.

  • Poor hygiene: would expose to recurrent infections and would predispose to bronchitis.

  • Heartburns: more acidity would induce more cough due to irritation in throat and food pipe.


The major complication of bronchitis are:

  • Respiratory failure
  • Pneumonia
  • Enlargement and weakness of right heart ventricle of the heart caused by lung disease.
  • Pneumothorax (collection of air or gas in lungs causing lung collapse)
  • Polycythemia
  • COPD
  • Emphysema



Signs and symptoms of acute and chronic bronchitis are :

  • Cough
  • Production of mucous(sputum),which can be clear,white,yellowish-gray or green in colour-rarely,it may be streaked with blood.
  • Fatigue
  • Shortness of breath
  • Slight fever and chills
  • Chest discomfort
  • Wheezing
  • Sore throat
  • Headaches
  • Blocked nose and sinuses


a)Causes of acute bronchitis-acute bronchiti is normally caused by viruses,typically those that also cause colds and flu.it can also be caused by bacterial infection and exposure to substance that irritate the lungs, such as tobacco smoke,dust,fumes,vapors,and air pollution.

b)Causes of chronic bronchitis- chronic bronchitis is caused by repeated irritation and damage to the lungs.

Smoking is the most common cause of chronic bronchitis



Diagnosis of bronchitis is made by following points :

  • Person’s medical history
  • Physical examination
  • Chest X ray
  • Sputum examination
  • CBC
  • CT scan of chest
  • Pulmonary function test

A history of a daily productive cough that lasts at least 3 months,especially if has occurred two years in a row,make the clinical diagnosis of chronic bronchitis.


  • Antibiotics
  • Steroids
  • Bronchodilators
  • Anti inflammatory drugs
  • Supplemental oxygen

These medicines have side effects and would only give temporary relief so homeopathy is a good way of treatment where symptoms can be treated completely and permanently.

  • Homeopathic medicines are very much effective in treatment of bronchitis.


  • Do not start smoking; quit smoking if you already smoke
  • Avoid lung irritants such as smoke,dust,fumes,vapors, and air pollution.
  • Wash hands often to limit exposure to germs and bacteria
  • Wear mask so that you can avoid infections.


Homoeopathic approach towards bronchitis are very good there are several medicines which improve your immunity and give power to fight with bronchitis some medicines are:

  • Arsenic album
  • Antimonium tart
  • Bryonia
  • Dulcamara
  • Causticum
  • Hepar sulphuris
  • Kali bichromium

Take medicines only after consulting a good homeopathic medicines.



  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Do exercise dasliy
  • Take medicine on time
  • Keep hydrate yourself
  • Do breathing exercise
  • Always keep inhaler for emergency condition


  • Don’t take cough medicine
  • Do not stop treatment
  • Don’t expose yourself to pollutants
  • Don’t panic



homeopathic treatment of carbuncle!!


Carbuncle is a skin infection that often involves a group of hair follicles. The infection material forms a lump,which occurs deep in the skin and often contain pus.When a person has many carbuncles,the condition is called carbunculosis.

Risk factors

  • Poor hygiene
  • Diabetes
  • A weak immune system
  • Dermatitis
  • Kidney disease
  • Shaving and other activities that break the hair


  • Sepsis
  • Infection to other parts


Symptoms of carbuncles

  • Pain and itching
  • Redness in affected part
  • Discharge of pus
  • Fever and chill
  • Fatigue
  • Feeling of general sickness
  • Swelling in nearby tissues and lymph nodes

Causative agent of carbuncle

Staphylococcus aureus


Diagnosis of this condition is made my physical examination.

A sample of pus may be taken for lab investigation to detect the bacteria .


  • Antibiotics
  • Pain relievers
  • Antibacterial soaps
  • Surgery


  • Wash your hands before eating and after using the bathrooms
  • Shower often to keep your skin free of bacteria.
  • Avoid squeezing boils or rubbing any broken skin.
  • Wash your clothes,sheets and towels regularly in hot water


Homeopathy medicine for carbuncles

  • Hepar sulphuris
  • Arsenic album
  • Calendula
  • Echinacea angustifolia
  • Mercurius solubilis
  • Silicea
  • Tarentula cubensis

Medicines should always be taken after consulting a good homeopath only.



  • Wash hands frequently
  • Maintain hygiene
  • Wash your clothes well
  • Dry your clother in sun
  • bath everyday


  • Don’t squeeze the boils.



Seborrheic dermatitis is a typical skin condition that mostly affects on your scalp. It causes scaly patches, red skin and stubborn dandruff. Seborrheic dermatitis can also affect oily areas of the body, for example, the face, sides of the nose, eyebrows, ears, eyelids and chest.

Seborrheic dermatitis is also called dandruff, seborrheic skin inflammation and seborrheic psoriasis. For infants, the condition is known as cradle cap and causes crusty, scaly patches on the scalp.



There are many risk factors which help in developing seborrheic dermatitis, such as

  • Some neurologic and psychiatric conditions such as parkinsons’ disease and depression .
  • Those people having low immunity or weak immune system, such as seen in organ transplant recipients and people with  HIV/AIDS, alcoholic pancreatitis and some cancers .
  • Recovery from the stress full medical conditions, such as a heart attack.
  • Some medication.
  • Obesity
  • Oily skin
  • Fatigue
  • Using Hair and skin products contain alcohol.



This condition having symptoms like:

  • Skin flakes (dandruff) on your scalp,hair,eyebrows,bread or mustache.
  • Redness of the skin
  • Itching
  • Patches of greasy skin covered with flakes white crust on the scalp,face,sides of the  nose, eyebrows,ears,eyelids,chest,armpits,groin area or under the breast.


The  exact  cause of this condition is not known yet but it may be related to the condition which is given below

  • A yeast ( fungus) called malassezia that is in the oil secretion on the skin .
  • An irregular response of the immune system



  • PSORIASIS- This condition also having red skin and dandruff with flakes and scales but in psoriasis usually having more scales,and they will silvery white.
  • ATOPIC DERMATITIS- This  skin reaction causes itchy,inflammed,skin in the folds of the elbows,on the backs of the knees or on the front of the neck. It often recurs .
  • TINEA VERSICOLOR-The rash of this condition appears on the trunk but usually isn’t red like seborrheic dermatitis.
  • ROSACEA-This condition usually occurs on the face and has very little scaliness.




  • This condition is diagnosis by physical examination of skin.
  • Biopsy ,scrape off your skin cells for the diagnosis,to rule out the above condition.


  • Treatment is depends on severity of the symptoms .
  • The treatment of seborrheic dermatitis focus on loosening scale,reducing inflammation and swelling and curbing itch.
  • In mild case -A topical antifungal cream or medicated shampoo( such as ketoconazole,selenium sulfide,coal tar,and zinc pyrithione) may be enough to control symptoms.
  • In more severe case – you may receive the prescription for mild corticosteroids.


The management of seborrheic dermatitis is

  • Wash your skin regularly,always maintain skin hygiene..
  • Apply coconut oil.
  • Avoid styling products.
  • Avoid skin and hair products which contain alcohol.
  • Wear cotton clothes,also smooth textured clothes
  • Avoid harsh soaps and detergents.
  • Avoid scratching whenever possible


HomeopathIC medicines for seborrheic dermatitis are very useful some medicine are Kali sulphuricum,thuja,graphite,natrum mur,phosphorus,petroleum depending on the case and symptoms. Only constitutional approach can give permanent cure.



  • Maitain hygiene
  • Wear cotton loose clothes
  • Use coconut oil
  • Keep yourselh hydrated


  • Don’t use harsh soaps
  • Don’t scratch
  • Avoid friction
  • Avoid chemicals