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Skin Treatment

What causes skin diseases?
Certain lifestyle factors can lead to the development of a skin disease. Underlying health conditions may affect your skin, too. Common causes of skin diseases include:

  • Bacteria trapped in your pores or hair follicles.
  • Conditions that affect your thyroid, kidneys or immune system.
  • Contact with environmental triggers, such as allergens or another person’s skin.
  • Genetics
  • Fungus or parasites living on your skin.
  • Medications, such as the ones that treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
  • Viruses.
  • Diabetes.
  • Sun.

What are the symptoms of skin diseases?
Skin disease symptoms vary significantly, depending on what condition you have. Skin changes are not always due to skin diseases. For example, you may get a blister from wearing ill-fitting shoes. However, when skin changes show up with no known cause, they may be linked to an underlying condition.

Generally, skin diseases may cause:

  • Discolored skin patches (abnormal pigmentation).
  • Dry skin.
  • Open sores, lesions or ulcers.
  • Peeling skin.
  • Rashes, possibly with itchiness or pain.
  • Red, white or pus-filled bumps.
  • Scaly or rough skin.

Skin Treatment in OJAS by Dr. Shaista Khan

In OJAS, you get rid of your health related problems. You will think that skin treatment is happening everywhere, then what will be new in Ojas? At Ojas, all your problems are addressed from the root. If you have skin related problems, then you will be treated not by medicine but by rare herbs of ancient Ayurveda, ancient science like acupuncture, aesthetic and Panchakarma. Till date thousands of patients have benefited from the treatment given by Dr. Shaista Khan.

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Anti Ageing Treatment

What is Anti Ageing?
Different groups and individual researchers have described anti-aging in their different and unique way that has given anti-aging a number of different common meanings and connotations. In scientific terms, anti-aging is defined as to slowing, preventing, or reversing the aging process in human body. Though, so far, there is not any proven and available medical technology that slows or reverses aging in humans.

For some particular communities, anti-ageing is a myth. According to them, Ageing is a natural process that cannot be prevented in any way.

For the medical and reputable business community, anti-aging process or medicine refers to the early detection, prevention, and treatment of age-related diseases. For example, Calorie restriction brings down the chances of suffering a number of age-related situations. There are a wide array of strategies and therapies available in the market.

What are the indications of Ageing?
There are several signs of ageing that one can experience. Here goes some clearly visible signs or indications of ageing.

  • Dark spots
  • Sagging skin
  • Dull glow-less skin
  • Lines & wrinkles
  • Dry skin
  • Patchy skin
  • Open pores

Anti-Aging Treatment in OJAS by Dr. Shaista Khan
With a powerful blend of ancient Ayurveda and modern science, your aging is stopped as if time has stopped along with your skin. We all know that such treatments have been told in Ayurveda, which many people still do not know, but you can take advantage of them through our treatment. Book your Appointment today.

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Diabetes Treatment

What is diabetes?
Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from foods you eat. The cells of your body need glucose for energy. A hormone called insulin helps the glucose get into your cells.

With type 1 diabetes, your body doesn’t make insulin. With type 2 diabetes, your body doesn’t make or use insulin well. Without enough insulin, glucose can’t get into your cells as quickly as usual. The glucose builds up in your blood and causes high blood sugar levels.

How does diabetes cause foot problems?
Foot problems are common in people with diabetes. They can happen over time when high blood sugar damages the nerves and blood vessels in the feet. The nerve damage, called diabetic neuropathy, can cause numbness, tingling, pain, or a loss of feeling in your feet.

If you can’t feel pain, you may not know when you have a cut, blister, or ulcer (open sore) on your foot. A wound like that could get infected. The infection may not heal well because the damaged blood vessels can cause poor blood flow in your feet.

Having an infection and poor blood flow can lead to gangrene. That means the muscle, skin, and other tissues start to die. If you have gangrene or a foot ulcer that does not get better with treatment, you may need an amputation. This is a surgery to cut off your damaged toe, foot, or part of your leg. It may prevent a bad infection from spreading and could save your life.

But there’s a lot you can do to prevent a foot wound from becoming a major health problem.

How can I protect my feet if I have diabetes?
The best way to protect your feet is by controlling your blood sugar levels every day. This will help keep nerve and blood vessel damage from getting worse. The next step is to keep the skin of your feet healthy.

Good foot care for people with diabetes includes:

Checking your feet every day. Look for cuts, redness, and other changes in the skin and toenails, including warts or other spots that your shoes could rub. Make sure to check the bottoms of your feet too.
Washing your feet every day. Use warm water and soap. Don’t soak your feet because that can dry out your skin. After you dry your feet, you can use talcum powder or cornstarch between your toes. They soak up moisture that can cause infection. If you use lotion, don’t apply it between your toes.
Asking your doctor how to remove corns and calluses safely. Thick skin on your feet can rub and lead to sores. But removing it the wrong way could damage your skin. So you don’t want to cut the skin or use medicated pads or liquid removers.
Trimming your toenails straight across with a clipper. If it’s hard for you to trim your own toenails, or if they’re thick or curve into the skin, have a podiatrist (foot doctor) do it for you.
Always wearing well-fitting shoes and socks or slippers to protect your feet when walking. You don’t want to walk barefoot, even indoors. And be sure your shoes are smooth inside. A seam or pebble could rub your skin raw.
Protecting your feet from heat and cold. Use sunscreen on exposed skin and don’t walk barefoot at the beach. In cold weather, wear warm socks instead of warming your feet near a heater or fireplace.
Keeping the blood flowing in your feet. Put your feet up when you’re sitting. Wiggle your toes and circle your feet throughout the day. Don’t wear tight socks. And get plenty of activity that’s not too hard on the feet, such as walking.
Getting your feet checked at your health care visits. Even if you haven’t noticed a problem, it’s good to have your health care provider look at your feet.

Diabetic Foot Treatment in OJAS by Dr. Shaista Khan

It is not an easy thing to cure diabetic foot. Sometimes the problem increases so much that there is a possibility of amputating the leg through the operation. If we talk about diabetic foot, then till date Dr. Shaista Khan has also cured such impossible cases, which had given up hope of recovery. You can see in the pictures how the patient’s leg was first and how it became later. This is not a miracle, it is the result of Ayurveda and acupuncture treatment and dedication of Dr. Shaista Khan. If you are also facing any such problem then book an appointment today.

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Hair Restore Therapy

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Gynecological Diseases

What Is Leukorrhea?
Leukorrhea is a normal type of vaginal discharge present in both pregnant and non-pregnant people. It is an odorless discharge that is clear or milky in color. Just like menstrual flow, the length, heaviness, and amount of leukorrhea will vary from person to person.

The composition of leukorrhea is fluid and dead cells being shed from your vagina. It is a sign of a healthy vagina. The mucus-like fluid helps keep vaginal tissues moist and clears away impurities that could lead to infections.
Leukorrhea may appear as a thin, clear substance or may become thicker and stretchy depending on the phase of your menstrual cycle.

It’s normal for some people to experience more leukorrhea and for the amount to increase during pregnancy. Still, some people may be concerned that an increase in discharge may indicate an infection, especially with the normal increase during pregnancy.

Report any changes to vaginal discharge and the surrounding area that could be a sign of an infection, such as:

  • Excessive amounts of discharge
  • Chunky or cottage-cheese-like texture
  • Foul-smelling odor
  • Heavy or thick consistency
  • Changes in color, such as yellow or greenish hues
  • Pain while urinating or during sex
  • Pain in the pelvis or lower abdomen
  • Burning sensation

What is infertility?
Healthcare providers consider a couple infertile if they try but fail to get pregnant within one year. When the woman is older than 35, the amount of time trying to conceive drops to six months for an infertility diagnosis. In women over 40, immediate evaluation is warranted. Infertility does not include miscarrying or being unable to carry a baby to childbirth.

What are the types of infertility?
Types of infertility include:

Primary: A woman who was never pregnant and who can’t conceive after one year of not using birth control.
Secondary: Secondary infertility occurs when a woman can’t get pregnant again after having at least one successful pregnancy.

What are risk factors for female infertility?
These factors can contribute to female infertility:

  • Abnormal menstruation.
  • Blocked Fallopian tubes.
  • Celiac disease.
  • Kidney disease.
  • Past ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease.
  • Pituitary gland disorders, such as Cushing’s syndrome.
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), ovarian cysts and primary ovarian insufficiency.
  • Sickle cell anemia.
  • Uterine problems, including endometriosis, uterine fibroids and uterine polyps.
  • Thyroid disease.

What is Polycystic Ovary Disorder (PCOD)?
PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease) is a medical condition in women, where the ovaries produce multiple immature eggs which, over time, become cysts on the ovaries.
Ovaries are the reproductive organs of a female which control the menstrual cycle and the production of hormones like estrogen, progesterone, inhibin, relaxin etc. The accumulation of the eggs swells the ovary and makes it release large quantities of male hormone thus causing infertility.

Common Symptoms of PCOD/PCOS
The preliminary signs and symptoms of PCOD usually develop during the first cycle of menstruation at puberty. PCOD may also develop later due to increased weight over the years.

There are various symptoms of PCOD. Some of the common signs are

Increased androgen levels. Excess male sex hormones may result in various physical manifestations, such as excess facial and body hair and male-pattern baldness.
Irregular periods. You may observe irregular periods or delayed menstrual cycle due to the abnormality in maturation of the egg.
Difficulty in getting pregnant due to irregular and delayed or failed ovulation. The hormone imbalance in the body prevent the follicles from maturing and releasing the egg, causing delayed or failed ovulation. This heavily affects the menstrual cycle and thereby your periods. Many women are diagnosed with PCOD when they visit the doctor regarding their unsuccessful attempts at getting pregnant.
Hair loss or excessive thinning of hair. This symptom, too, is due to the increased production of male hormones in the body.
Acne on the skin
Weight gain

Leukorrhea, IInfertility , PCOD & other gynea Treatment in OJAS by Dr. Shaista Khan
The complaint of white discharge has become very common now a days which has been described above. All women related problems are treated from the root at our clinic. All these treatments are done by the strong synergy of Ayurveda prescriptions and acupuncture. Whose benefit is not just for a few days or months but for a lifetime.

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