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Pain management

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  • Pain is a common occurrence in day-to-day life and should be managed well.
  • Remember the word ‘ICE’, where ‘I’ means putting ice pack on the injured painful area, ‘C’ stands for compression and ‘E’ stands for elevation.
  • The mantra, therefore, is to use cold compression and elevation for any injury.
  • Alternate hot and cold packs are used for chronic pain.
  • Painkillers should not be taken without a doctor’s advice.
  • If a painkiller has to be taken, it should be one tablet of paracetamol.
  • People who take alcohol should not consume paracetamol without asking their doctor.
  • In patients with kidney disease, even one tablet of painkiller can precipitate kidney failure.
  • In patients with acid peptic disease, one tablet of painkiller can precipitate gastric bleeding.
  • Instead of taking a painkiller, look for alternative methods to relieve pain.
  • Pain relieving ointments are better than oral painkillers.
  • Intravenous and intramuscular injectable painkillers are available in hospital setting.
  • Always tell your doctor that you are taking painkillers.
  • Always contact your doctor if the pain makes you uneasy, is unexplainable or appears for the first time in life.

Pain management

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Wellness | Tagged With: , | | Comments Off on Pain management

  • Pain is a common occurrence in day-to-day life and should be managed well.
  • Remember the word ‘ICE’, where ‘I’ means putting ice pack on the injured painful area, ‘C’ stands for compression and ‘E’ stands for elevation.
  • The mantra, therefore, is to use cold compression and elevation for any injury.
  • Alternate hot and cold packs are used for chronic pain.
  • Painkillers should not be taken without a doctor’s advice.
  • If a painkiller has to be taken, it should be one tablet of paracetamol.
  • People who take alcohol should not consume paracetamol without asking their doctor.
  • In patients with kidney disease, even one tablet of painkiller can precipitate kidney failure.
  • In patients with acid peptic disease, one tablet of painkiller can precipitate gastric bleeding.
  • Instead of taking a painkiller, look for alternative methods to relieve pain.
  • Pain relieving ointments are better than oral painkillers.
  • Intravenous and intramuscular injectable painkillers are available in hospital setting.
  • Always tell your doctor that you are taking painkillers.
  • Always contact your doctor if the pain makes you uneasy, is unexplainable or appears for the first time in life.

Pain Management

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Wellness | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Pain Management

  • Pain is a common occurrence in day to day life and should be managed well.
  • Remember the word ‘ICE’: ‘I’ stands for ice pack to be put on the injured painful area, ‘C’ stands for compression and ‘E’ stands for elevation.
  • The mantra, therefore, is to use cold compression and elevation for any injury.
  • Alternate hot and cold packs are used for chronic pain.
  • Painkillers should not be taken without a doctor’s advice.
  • If a painkiller has to be taken, it should be one tablet of paracetamol.
  • People who take alcohol should not consume paracetamol without asking their doctor.
  • In patients with kidney disease, even one tablet of painkiller can precipitate kidney failure.
  • In patients with acid peptic disease, one tablet of painkiller can precipitate gastric bleeding.
  • Instead of taking a painkiller, look for alternative methods to relieve pain.
  • Pain relieving ointments are better than oral painkillers.
  • In hospital setting, intravenous and intramuscular injectable painkillers are available.
  • Always tell your doctor that you are taking painkillers.
  • Always contact your doctor if the pain is uneasy, unexplainable or appears for the first time in life.

Pain management

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Wellness | Tagged With: , | | Comments Off on Pain management

  • Pain is a common occurrence in day-to-day life and should be managed well.
  • Remember the word ‘ICE’, where ‘I’ means putting ice pack on the injured painful area, ‘C’ stands for compression and ‘E’ stands for elevation.
  • The mantra, therefore, is to use cold compression and elevation for any injury.
  • Alternate hot and cold packs are used for chronic pain.
  • Painkillers should not be taken without a doctor’s advice.
  • If a painkiller has to be taken, it should be one tablet of paracetamol.
  • People who take alcohol should not consume paracetamol without asking their doctor.
  • In patients with kidney disease, even one tablet of painkiller can precipitate kidney failure.
  • In patients with acid peptic disease, one tablet of painkiller can precipitate gastric bleeding.
  • Instead of taking a painkiller, look for alternative methods to relieve pain.
  • Pain relieving ointments are better than oral painkillers.
  • Intravenous and intramuscular injectable painkillers are available in hospital setting.
  • Always tell your doctor that you are taking painkillers.
  • Always contact your doctor if the pain makes you uneasy, is unexplainable or appears for the first time in life.

Pain Management

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Wellness | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Pain Management

• Pain is a common occurrence in day to day life and should be managed well.

• Remember the word ‘ICE’: ‘I’ stands for ice pack to be put on the injured painful area, ‘C’ stands for compression and ‘E’ stands for elevation.

• The mantra, therefore, is to use cold compression and elevation for any injury.

• Alternate hot and cold packs are used for chronic pain.

• Painkillers should not be taken without a doctor’s advice.

• If a painkiller has to be taken, it should be one tablet of paracetamol.

• People who take alcohol should not consume paracetamol without asking their doctor.

• In patients with kidney disease, even one tablet of painkiller can precipitate kidney failure.

• In patients with acid peptic disease, one tablet of painkiller can precipitate gastric bleeding.

• Instead of taking a painkiller, look for alternative methods to relieve pain.

• Pain relieving ointments are better than oral painkillers.

• In hospital setting, intravenous and intramuscular injectable painkillers are available.

• Always tell your doctor that you are taking painkillers.

• Always contact your doctor if the pain is uneasy, unexplainable or appears for the first time in life.

Pain Management

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Wellness | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Pain Management

  • Pain is a common occurrence in day to day life and should be managed well.
  • Remember the word ‘ICE’ which means putting ice pack on the injured painful area, ‘C’ stands for compression and ‘E’ stands for elevation.
  • The mantra, therefore, is to use cold compression and elevation for any injury.
  • Alternate hot and cold packs are used for chronic pain.
  • Painkillers should not be taken without a doctor’s advice.
  • If a painkiller has to be taken, it should one tablet of paracetamol.
  • People who take alcohol should not consume paracetamol without asking their doctor.
  • In patients with kidney disease, even one tablet of painkiller can precipitate kidney failure.
  • In patients with acid peptic disease, one tablet of painkiller can precipitate gastric bleeding.
  • Instead of taking a painkiller, look for alternative methods to relieve pain.
  • Pain relieving ointments are better than oral painkillers.
  • In hospital setting, intravenous and intramuscular injectable painkillers are available.
  • Always tell your doctor that you are taking painkillers.
  • There are effective pain management therapies available in homeopathy and Ayurveda.
  • Always contact your doctor if the pain is uneasy, unexplainable or appears for the first time in life.

 

 

Sangat and smoking

Sewa, Simran and Sangat are the three principles of life as per the most Vedic literature. Even Adi Shankracharya described Sangat as the main force for living a spiritual life.

Sangat is the company of people you live with. Living in the company of good people makes one good and the reverse is also true.

The same is now being proved in the allopathic context. A new research published in the New England Journal of Medicine has shown that when one person quits smoking, than others are likely to follow. One person quitting can cause a ripple effect, making others more likely to kick the habit.

1. If your spouse stops smoking, you’re 67 percent less likely to continue smoking.

2. If your friend kicks the habit, it’s about 36 percent less likely that you’ll be smoking.

3. When a sibling gives up cigarettes, your risk of smoking decreases by 25 percent.

4. It drops by 34 percent if a co-worker in a small office quits smoking. It’s sort of like watching dominoes. If one falls, it very quickly causes others to fall.

People are not quitting on their own; they’re quitting in droves.

We should treat people in groups, rather than as individuals. Friends and family need to be involved. If you want to quit, try to get close friends and family to quit as well.

Quitting smoking may have the side benefit of improving social well-being, just as it improves physical health.

 

Pain management

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Wellness | Tagged With: , | | Comments Off on Pain management

  • Pain is a common occurrence in day to day life and should be managed well.
  • Remember the word ‘ICE’, where ‘I’ means putting ice pack on the injured painful area, ‘C’ stands for compression and ‘E’ stands for elevation.
  • The mantra, therefore, is to use cold compression and elevation for any injury.
  • Alternate hot and cold packs are used for chronic pain.
  • Painkillers should not be taken without a doctor’s advice.
  • If a painkiller has to be taken, it should be one tablet of paracetamol.
  • People who take alcohol should not consume paracetamol without asking their doctor.
  • In patients with kidney disease, even one tablet of painkiller can precipitate kidney failure.
  • In patients with acid peptic disease, one tablet of painkiller can precipitate gastric bleeding.
  • Instead of taking a painkiller, look for alternative methods to relieve pain.
  • Pain relieving ointments are better than oral painkillers.
  • Intravenous and intramuscular injectable painkillers are available in hospital setting.
  • Always tell your doctor that you are taking painkillers.
  • Always contact your doctor if the pain makes you uneasy, is unexplainable or appears for the first time in life.

Pain Management

By
Filed Under Wellness | Tagged With: , , , | | Comments Off on Pain Management

•Pain is a common occurrence in day to day life and should be managed well.
•Remember the word ‘ICE’ which means putting ice pack on the injured painful area, ‘C’ stands for compression and ‘E’ stands for elevation.
•The mantra, therefore, is to use cold compression and elevation for any injury.
•Alternate hot and cold packs are used for chronic pain.
•Painkillers should not be taken without a doctor’s advice.
•If a painkiller has to be taken, it should one tablet of paracetamol.
•People who take alcohol should not consume paracetamol without asking their doctor.
•In patients with kidney disease, even one tablet of painkiller can precipitate kidney failure.
•In patients with acid peptic disease, one tablet of painkiller can precipitate gastric bleeding.
•Instead of taking a painkiller, look for alternative methods to relieve pain.
•Pain relieving ointments are better than oral painkillers.
•In hospital setting, intravenous and intramuscular injectable painkillers are available.
•Always tell your doctor that you are taking painkillers.
•There are effective pain management therapies available in homeopathy and Ayurveda.
•Always contact your doctor if the pain is uneasy, unexplainable or appears for the first time in life.