Archive for September, 2008

Dengue By Dr Anmol Arora ( Sr Homoeopathic Physician )

Dengue By Dr Anmol Arora ( Sr Homoeopathic Physician )


Dengue (pronounced den’ gee) is a disease caused by any one of four closely related viruses (DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3, or DEN-4). The viruses are transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected mosquito. In the Western Hemisphere, the Aedes aegypti mosquito is the most important transmitter or vector of dengue viruses.
What is dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF)?
DHF is a more severe form of dengue. It can be fatal if unrecognised and not properly treated. DHF is caused by infection with the same viruses that cause dengue. With good medical management, mortality due to DHF can be less than 1%. (more…)

Emotions By Dr Anmol Arora

Emotions By  Dr Anmol Arora

Emotion: An Introduction

What is emotion?  A feeling?  Then what is a feeling?  These terms are difficult to define and even more difficult to understand completely.  People have been attempting to understand this phenomenon for thousands of years, and will most likely debate for a thousand more.

The analysis of emotions has been ineffectual up till now since they are very difficult to identify, except for a few such as fear and anger. Many years ago I began an intense psycho-analysis (which I did on my own). It took me five years of constant awareness to finally identify the range of emotions that I usually experience. (more…)

Development psychology

Development psychology By Dr Anmol Arora (Sr Homoeopathic Physician)

Developmental psychologists study human development across the life span, from prenatal development to adulthood and old age. They are interested in the description, measurement, and explanation of age-related changes in behavior. Behavioral changes include aggression, moral development, language development, stages of emotional development, universal traits, individual differences, perception and cognition and abnormal changes in development. (more…)

Sleep and Dreams




Sleep is the regular state of natural rest observed in all mammals, birds and fish. Sleep is not actually “unconsciousness,” but rather, it is a natural state of rest characterized by a reduction in voluntary body movement and decreased awareness of the surroundings.
S- Silence & sweet feeling,
L- Life & longevity,
E- Eternal & energy,
E- Enjoy,
P- Peace


Biopsychology-Human Psychology

Biopsychology By Dr Anmol Arora


Mind Body Connection

Most experts in the field of psychology and biology agree that the mind and the body are connected in more complex ways than we can even comprehend. Research constantly shows us that the way we think affects the way we behave, the way we feel, and the way our body’s respond. The opposite is also true, physical illness, physical exhilaration, exercising, insomnia all affect the way we feel and behave, but also the way we think about ourselves and the world.

Biopsychology  focuses  on the brain, the nervous system, and how these physiological components of our being interact, respond to, and influence our psychological health.


Flat stomach, tight abs – Is no more a dream

Flat stomach, tight abs By Dr Anmol Arora

Is no more a drea

In my previous article on loosing the belly fat and getting six pack abs I have discussed about the diet and regimen for losing weight. Following those in addition here are some of the abdominal exercises which tone up the abdominal muscles and its regular practice will make your dream of having flat stomach come true in six weeks.   Here’s how to get them, with step-by-step instructions and photographs.


Perception by Dr Anmol Arora

Perception is the process by which organisms interpret and organize sensation to produce a meaningful experience of the world.

The word perception comes from the Latin perception, percepio, , meaning “receiving, collecting, action of taking possession, apprehension with the mind or senses.”

In order to receive information from the environment we are equipped with sense organs eg eye, ear, nose. Each sense organ is part of a sensory system which receives sensory inputs and transmits sensory information to the brain.

A particular problem for psychologists is to explain the process by which the physical energy received by sense organs forms the basis of perceptual experience. Sensory inputs are somehow converted into perceptions of desks and computers, flowers and buildings, cars and planes; into sights, sounds, smells, taste and touch experiences. (more…)




If you are suffering from headache ( one sided ) , nausea , vomiting and behavioural changes than you are at the right place to find the solution for it. It is nothing but migraine from which you are suffering.

Migraine is a chronic condition of recurrent attacks. Most (but not all) migraine attacks are associated with headaches. Migraine headaches usually are described as an intense, throbbing or pounding pain that involves one temple. (Sometimes the pain can be located in the forehead, around the eye, or the back of the head). The pain usually is unilateral (on one side of the head), although about a third of the time the pain is bilateral. The unilateral headaches typically change sides from one attack to the next. (In fact, unilateral headaches that always occur on the same side should alert the doctor to consider a secondary headache, for example, one caused by a brain tumour). A migraine headache usually is aggravated by daily activities like walking upstairs. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, facial pallor, cold hands, cold feet, and sensitivity to light and sound commonly accompany migraine headaches. As a result of this sensitivity to light and sound, migraine sufferers usually prefer to lie in a quiet, dark room during an attack. A typical attack lasts between 4 and 72 hours.

Allergic Rhinitis

Allergic Rhinitis By Dr Anmol Arora ( Sr Homoeopathic physician )



Allergic Rhinitis is an allergic reaction to airborne particles that primarily affects the nose and eyes. There are two types of allergic rhinitis: seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and perennial allergic rhinitis, which occurs year-round. Allergens (substances that cause allergic reactions) responsible for allergic rhinitis usually enter the body by inhalation. Hay fever is caused by outdoor allergens, and perennial allergic rhinitis by indoor allergens. Symptoms of allergic rhinitis resemble a cold, except that they occur only at particular times: during certain seasons or weather patterns (hay fever), and around certain animals or small household pests (perennial allergic rhinitis). Millions of people are affected by allergic rhinitis. Many people who have allergic rhinitis also have asthma. (more…)


Memory is critical to humans and all other living organisms. Practically all of our daily activities—talking, understanding, reading, socializing—depend on our having learned and stored information about our environments. Memory allows us to retrieve events from the distant past or from moments ago. It enables us to learn new skills and to form habits. Without the ability to access past experiences or information, we would be unable to comprehend language, recognize our friends and family members, find our way home, or even tie a shoe. Life would be a series of disconnected experiences, each one new and unfamiliar. Without any sort of memory, humans would quickly perish.
Philosophers, psychologists, writers, and other thinkers have long been fascinated by memory. Among their questions: How does the brain store memories? Why do people remember some bits of information but not others? Can people improve their memories? What is the capacity of memory? Memory also is frequently a subject of controversy because of questions about its accuracy. An eyewitness’s memory of a crime can play a crucial role in determining a suspect’s guilt or innocence. However, psychologists agree that people do not always recall events as they actually happened, and sometimes people mistakenly recall events that never happened.