Psoriasis is a non-contagious common skin condition that causes rapid skin cell reproduction resulting in red, dry patches of thickened skin. The dry flakes and skin scales are thought to result from the rapid build-up of skin cells. Psoriasis commonly affects the skin of the elbows, knees, and scalp.

In World’s total population 20% of the people have been affected by this disease. Persons from the age of 5-25 are mostly affected by this disease. Mostly females are affected by this disease.

  Cause of the disease This is believed to be a hereditary disease.
  1. This disease can be increased due to intake of many chilled items.
  2. Lung diseases can also be caused due to weirdness, climatic changes, etc.
  3. This is caused before puberty and may also increase after puberty.

  1. Rashes appear in the form of coin.
  2. Hardness of skin in fore arms, palms & mostly all over the body. Scales are present all over the body i.e.; in affected parts.
  3. Puss is formed in the area which is affected by germs. This is seen in different shapes, such as circles.
  4. 25% of the affected ones will be suffering from nail harms and punches on the nail like pierced with needle.
  5.  Reddish pimples and skin rashes will appear. There will be soft, bright and shiny scales. Bleeding occurs while scratching.

This does not cause risk to life but this persists for a long time in body. Special treatment is done for this disease.
Scales which are formed on the body will fall off within one week of treatment. Maximum Symptoms disappear after the treatment.
   Hepatitis B
This disease caused in Liver occurs due to Hepatitis B virus. This is not a kind of Jaundice. This is a viral disease that does not show any symptoms till it gets to an extreme stage and affects the Liver severely. If is to be noted that this is an infectious disease.

  1. Blood transfusion .
  2. Sexual contact with the affected person (homo-sexual or bi-sexual).
  3. From affected mother to child.
  4. From drug injections.
  5. Non-sterilized injections and tattooing needles.

  1. Indigestion, nausea, dysentery.
  2. Stomach ache.
  3. Liver enlargement.
  4. Pains all over the body and knee joints.
  5. Itching and rashes.

After testing for HBS Antigen, treatment is done our hospital.

HBS antigen positive patients can observe the improvement within 1 week of treatment. Patients are also prescribed to take the blood test in labs outside the hospital you wish to do.

Within a short span of treatment, patients can notice the improvement by the blood becoming HBS negative.
Swelling, pain, difficulty in movements, pain in knee joints are the symptoms of arthritis.

  1. Eating of potatoes, tubour items.
  2. Caused due to nature of job.
  3. Hereditary.
  4. Due to lack of Synovial fluid.
  5. Rheumatic fever in young stage also causes arthritis.

Rheumatoid arthritis:
  1. Throat infection.
  2. Chest pain.
  3. Pain in limbs when hurted / injured.
  4. Swelling that is caused in knee joints, femoral region, etc.
Synovial fluid that is present in between bones & knee joints gets dried easily thereby causing pain. Day by day there are also chances of swelling in affected areas.

  T.B Arthritis
1. Coolness of body in evening time leading to fever.
2. Body becoming very weak.
3. Cough & wheezing.


Through RA factor rheumatoid arthritis is found out and treatment is given.
Treatment is also given for other type of knee pains.
Eyes, tongue, body & urine appears yellow in colour. Bile duct appears along with blood in the outer region. The whole body appears yellow in colour. This is caused due to diet problem.  Intake of hot & spicy food causes indigestion. This affects bile duct, by blocking the blood causes this disease.

  1. Paleness of toe, whole body particularly in sole & eyes.
  2. Yellow discoloration of sclera, tongue, urine, skin.
  3. Flaccidity in upper & lower limbs.
  4. Anorexia.
  5. Indigestion, nausea.
  6. Constipation & dryness of skin.

In changing life style & culture ulcer is also the one of the major disease.

  1. Fast food culture.
  2. Spicy fried foods.
  3. Improper diet
  4. Frequent tensions.
  5. Mental pressures.
  6. Increased intake of caffeine’s (tea, coffee)
  7.  Intake of high dose medications/medicines.

  1. Indigestion, acidity.
  2. Anorexia, vomiting.
  3.  Epigastric pain
  4. Constipation.
   All these above symptoms may affect large intestine & small intestine leading to constipation.
  1. Hot & spicy food.
  2. Low fibre diet.
  3. Fast food.
  4. Psychosomatic (tensions & increased anxiety).
  5. Occupational hazards.
In this disease there are 3 stages. They are:

Piles is present inside the body. Internal sphincters are called internal hemorrhages.

This progress after internal hemmaroids occurs. They are not painful until they bleed & prolapsed. They become enlarged.

Those appearing outside the external sphincter are called external hemorrhoids.

If this disease is diagonised in the beginning stage & SIDDHA treatment is taken, the disease can be cured in short period of time.
In this modern world due to changing life style, it has been found out that infertility is caused in maximum number of males. Tension & pressure is also the major reasons.
  1. Age factor (above 40):
    This is caused due to reduced level of testosterone in blood. Interest towards sex decreases.
  2. This is also caused due to increased level of prolactin in blood.
  3. Hypertension, ulcer, mental disorders   .
  4. Can also be caused due to diabetics.
  5. Mumps & typhoid are also the major reasons.
  1. Discharge of seminal fluid in urine & during sleep.
  2. Retardation of sexual organs.
  3. Reduced reproduction of sperms.
  4. Varicose.
  5. Immobility of sperm.
  6. Quick and easy discharge of sperm during sexual intercourse. 
Apart from this symptom this may also caused due to following reasons:
  1. Having sexual contact with elderly persons.
  2. Having sexual contact with many partners.
Treatment is done very carefully to bring the patients to healthy life & also to the normal environment.

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