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Important Rubrics and remedies from authentic repertories for managing winter complaints with homoeopathy

I. Synthesis repertory

HEAD – ERUPTIONS – scales – winter agg. bros-gau.mrc1 Sil.hr1,ka

HEAD – PAIN – winter headaches Aur-m-n.k Bism.k carb-v.bro1 meli.vml3 nux-v.bro1 sabad.bro1 Sil.k SULPH.k,mrr1

NOSE – CORYZA – seasons – winter; in am-c.bg2 ars.bg2 cist.bg2

NOSE – SEASONS – winter; in – agg. am-c. ars. cist.

NOSE – WINTER agg. am-c.k ars.k sulph.ptk1

FACE – ERUPTIONS – urticaria – seasons – winter Kali-i.k

MOUTH – SEASONS – winter – agg. mez.

TEETH – PAIN – winter Acon.k ARS.k bell.k bry.k calc.k carb-v.k caust.k cham.k dulc.k HEP.k hyos.k ign.k MERC.k Nux-m.k NUX-V.k Ph-ac.k Phos.k puls.k RHUS-T.k SIL.k sulph.k

THROAT – INFLAMMATION – winter kali-bi.k2

THROAT – PAIN – winter agg. mez.ptk1

STOMACH – HICCOUGH – winter nit-ac.st1

HEAD – PAIN – winter headaches – alternating with – diarrhea in summer podo.

RECTUM – DIARRHEA – winter asc-t.hr1,k nat-s.k Nit-ac.k

LARYNX AND TRACHEA – CATARRH – winter kali-bi.k2

LARYNX AND TRACHEA – DRYNESS – Larynx – winter, in mez.k

LARYNX AND TRACHEA – INFLAMMATION – Trachea – winter diphtox.jl2

RESPIRATION – ASTHMATIC – winter attacks Carb-v.k Cassia-s.zzc1 Nux-v.k parth.vml3 phel.k

RESPIRATION – DIFFICULT – winter Cassia-s.ccrh1,zzc1

RESPIRATION – SEASONS – winter agg. carb-v.bg2

COUGH – CROUPY – winter – alternating with – sciatica in summer staph.

COUGH – SEASONS – winter; in – old people am-c. ammc. ANT-T. Kreos. psor.

COUGH – SEASONS – winter; in acon.bg2,k am-c.bg2 ant-s-aur.bro1 ant-t.ptk1 ars.h2,k2,kl cham.hr1,k,nh6 Coc-c.k dulc.k eupi.k ichth.br1 kali-bi.k2 kali-c.bg2 kali-m.ptk1 Kreos.hr1,k nat-m.ptk1 Nit-ac.k nux-m.bg2 plan.k Psor.bg2,k,mtf33,nh6 Rumx.k sep.h2,hr1 Stann.bg2,k staph.hr1,k Syph.hr1

COUGH – SPASMODIC – winter ars.k psor.k

COUGH – SEASONS – winter; in acon. am-c. ant-s-aur. ant-t. ars. cham. Coc-c. dulc. eupi. ichth. kali-bi. kali-c. kali-m. Kreos. nat-m. Nit-ac. nux-m. plan. Psor. Rumx. sep. Stann. staph. Syph.

CHEST – ANGINA pectoris – periodical – winter; every mez.bg2

CHEST – CATARRH – winter kali-bi.k2

CHEST – INFLAMMATION – Bronchial tubes – winter; in kali-s.mrr1 morg-p.fmm1,pte1 psor.jl2 sil.mrr1 syc.fmm1,mtf11,pte1

CHEST – PAIN – winter, returning every Arg-met.k Kalm.k

EXTREMITIES – CHILBLAINS – Hands – winter; in gaert.fmm1,pte1

EXTREMITIES – COLDNESS – Leg – winter cassia-s.ccrh1

EXTREMITIES – CRACKED skin – Hands – winter, in alum.k CALC.k,mtf33 calc-s.k2 Cist.k,mrr1 maland.jl2 Merc.k,mtf33 PETR.k Psor.k Sanic.k SEP.k SULPH.k,mtf33

EXTREMITIES – CRACKED skin – Fingers – winter; in Petr.tl1

EXTREMITIES – DISCOLORATION – Hand – blueness – winter, in cupr.k

EXTREMITIES – ERUPTIONS – Joints – winter Merc.k Phos.k Psor.jl2,k Rhus-t.k

EXTREMITIES – ERUPTIONS – Hand – scales – winter agg.; in Petr.k Sep.k

EXTREMITIES – ERUPTIONS – Fingers – Nails, about – winter psor.jl2

EXTREMITIES – ERUPTIONS – Toes – Nails; around – winter psor.jl2

EXTREMITIES – FELON – periodical – winter; every HEP.k

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Joints – winter calc-p.k Kalm.k

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Upper limbs – winter, in petr.k

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Lower limbs – sciatica – summer – winter; with cough in staph.hr1,k

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Lower limbs – sciatica – winter, in ign.hr1,k

EXTREMITIES – PERSPIRATION – Foot – winter; agg. during arg-n.k Med.al2

EXTREMITIES – SEASONS – winter – agg. – Lower limbs ign.

EXTREMITIES – SEASONS – winter – agg. – Upper limbs Petr. Rhus-t.

DREAMS – WOMEN – underwear; dressed in winter galeoc-c-h.gms1

FEVER – WINTER calc.k carb-v.k chin.k nux-m.k puls.k Rhus-t.k sulph.k verat.k

PERSPIRATION – PROFUSE – winter; during carc.fb

SKIN – CRACKS – winter; in alum.k CALC.k Calc-s.k CARBN-S.k cist.a Graph.k,mtf33 merc.a PETR.k,mrr1 Psor.k sanic.a,mtf33 SEP.k SULPH.k

SKIN – ERUPTIONS – eczema – winter agg. petr.tl1

SKIN – ERUPTIONS – tubercles – winter Kali-br.hr1,k

SKIN – ERUPTIONS – winter Aloek alum.k ars.ptk1 Calc.k Dulc.k Hep.k kali-br.hr1 kali-c.k Mang.k Merc.k Mez.k Petr.k,mrr1 Psor.jl2,k RHUS-T.k sabad.ptk1 Sep.k Stront-c.k sulph.k tub.ptk1

SKIN – ITCHING – sun exposure; from – winter; even in glycyr-g.cte1

SKIN – ROUGH – winter, in alumn.kl

SKIN – SEASONS – winter; in – agg. alum. graph. petr. psor.

SKIN – ULCERS – winter – agg. petr.

GENERALS – CHLOROSIS – winter, in Ferr.k

GENERALS – WEARINESS – periodical – winter at spring; about end of Brucel.sa3

COUGH – SEASONS – winter; in – alternating with sciatica in summer staph.

GENERALS – SEASONS – winter; in – agg. ACON. Aesc. Agar. Alum. alumin-p. alumin-s. alumin. AM-C. ammc. aral. Arg-met. ARN. ars-i. ARS. aur-ar. aur-m. aur-s. AUR. Bar-c. Bell. borx. bov. Brucel. BRY. Calc-p. calc-sil. Calc. CAMPH. Caps. carb-an. Carb-v. carbn-s. Caust. Cham. cic. cina cist. Coc-c. cocc. colch. Con. DULC. ferr-ar. ferr-sil. Ferr. FL-AC. graph. HELL. HEP. Hyos. Ign. Ip. Kali-bi. KALI-C. Kali-p. kali-sil. Kalm. LYC. mag-c. mag-sil. mang-n. mang-sil. MANG. Merc. Mez. MOSCH. nat-ar. nat-c. nat-caust. nat-m. nat-sil. nicc-met. NUX-M. NUX-V. PETR. ph-ac. phel. Phos. prot. PSOR. PULS. Rhod. RHUS-T. ruta Sabad. sangin-n. sars. sec. Sep. sil-met. Sil. spig. spong. stann. STRONT-C. stront-m. stront-met. Sulph. syph. VERAT. viol-t.

GENERALS – SEASONS – winter; in – ailments since sangin-n.

GENERALS – SEASONS – winter; in – amel. glon. ilx-a. ilx-c. sul-i.

GENERALS – SEASONS – winter; in – december calc-sil. ferr-sil. kali-sil. mag-sil. nat-sil. sil-met. sil.

GENERALS – SEASONS – winter; in – solstice; at Aur. bry. calc-p. Calc. cic. colch. Dulc. graph. hep. ign. Kali-bi. merc. nat-m. nux-v. Rhod. RHUS-T. Verat.

II. Murphy rubrics

Arms – PAIN, arms – winter, in petr.

Bladder – URINATION, general – dribbling, of urine, bladder – women, in, winter agg. rhus-t.

Chest – PAIN, chest – winter, returning every Arg-met. Kalm.

Constitutions – CHILDREN, constitutions – years, under seven, rheumatic inflammatory condition, epidemic during winter Stram.

Constitutions – ELDERLY, people – coughs, in elderly – violent winter, with spasmodic turns at night, and copious light-colored mucous sputa Kreos.

Coughing – CROUPY, cough – winter, alternating with sciatica in summer staph.

Coughing – ELDERLY people – winter kreos. psor.

Coughing – SPASMODIC, cough – winter ars. psor.

Coughing – WINTER acon. ars. cham. Coc-c. dulc. eupi. Kreos. Nit-ac. plan. Psor. Rumx. sep. Stann. staph.

Coughing – WINTER – alternating with sciatica in summer staph.

Coughing – WINTER – elderly people am-c. Kreos.

Diseases – ANEMIA – hemolytic, chlorosis – winter, in Ferr.

Diseases – HEMOLYTIC anemia, chlorosis – winter, in Ferr.

Diseases – TUBERCLES – winter Kali-br.

Environment – WINTER, agg. ACON. Aesc. Agar. Alum. AM-C. ammc. Arg-met. ARS. aur-ar. aur-s. AUR. Bar-c. Bell. borx. bov. BRY. Calc-p. calc-sil. Calc. CAMPH. Caps. carb-an. Carb-v. carbn-s. Caust. Cham. cic. cina cist. Coc-c. Cocc. colch. Con. DULC. ferr-ar. Ferr. FL-AC. graph. HELL. HEP. Hyos. Ign. Ip. Kali-bi. KALI-C. Kali-p. kali-sil. Kalm. LYC. mag-c. MANG. Merc. Mez. MOSCH. nat-act. nat-c. nat-m. NUX-M. NUX-V. PETR. ph-ac. Phos. prot. PSOR. PULS. Rhod. RHUS-T. ruta Sabad. sangin-n. sars. sec. Sep. Sil. spig. spong. stann. STRONT-C. Sulph. syph. VERAT. viol-t. visc.

Environment – WINTER, agg. – ailments since sangin-n.

Environment – WINTER, agg. – amel. glon. ilx-a. ilx-c. sul-i.

Environment – WINTER, solstice agg. Aur. bry. calc-p. Calc. cic. colch. Dulc. graph. hep. ign. Kali-bi. merc. nat-m. nux-v. Rhod. RHUS-T. Verat.

Face – URTICARIA – winter, in Kali-i.

Feet – FELON, general – winter, every HEP.

Feet – PERSPIRATION, feet – winter, worse during arg-n. Med.

Fevers – INTERMITTENT fever – winter, in ant-t. Nat-m. polyp-p. psor.

Fevers – REMITTENT, fever – autumn, in – and winter Sulph.

Fevers – WINTER calc. carb-v. chin. nux-m. puls. Rhus-t. sulph. verat.

Hands – CRACKED, skin – winter in alum. CALC. Cist. Merc. PETR. Psor. Sanic. SEP. SULPH.

Hands – DISCOLORATION, of hands – blueness – winter, in cupr.

Hands – ERUPTIONS, hands – scales – worse, in winter Petr. Sep.

Hands – FELON, general – winter, every HEP.

Head – ERUPTIONS – scales – winter agg. Sil.

Headaches – MIGRAINE, headaches – year, every, before winter aloe

Headaches – PERIODIC, headaches – year, every, before winter aloe

Headaches – WINTER, headaches aloe Aur-m-n. Bism. carb-v. nux-v. sabad. Sil. SULPH.

Joints – ERUPTIONS – winter Merc. Psor. Rhus-t.

Joints – PAIN, joints – winter calc-p. Kalm.

Larynx – DRYNESS, of – winter, in mez.

Legs – SCIATICA, pain – summer, with cough in winter staph.

Legs – SCIATICA, pain – winter, in ign.

Lungs – ASTHMA, general – winter, attacks Carb-v. nat-m. Nux-v. phel.

Lungs – BRONCHITIS, infection – winter, each morg.

Lungs – CROUP – winter, alternating with sciatica in summer staph.

Nose – PAIN, nose – winter, agg. am-c. ars. sulph.

Rectum – DIARRHEA, general – winter asc-t. nat-s. Nit-ac.

Skin – CRACKS, skin – winter, in alum. Calc-s. CALC. CARBN-S. Graph. PETR. Psor. SEP. SULPH.

Skin – ERUPTIONS – winter, agg. Aloe alum. ars. Calc. Dulc. Hep. kali-c. Mang. Merc. Mez. PETR. Psor. RHUS-T. sabad. Sep. Stront-c. sulph.

Skin – ERUPTIONS – winter, agg. – amel. kali-bi. sars.

Skin – ROUGH, skin – winter, in alumn.

Skin – TUBERCLES – winter Kali-br.

Teeth – PAIN, teeth, toothaches – winter Acon. ARS. bell. bry. calc. carb-v. caust. cham. dulc. HEP. hyos. ign. MERC. Nux-m. NUX-V. Ph-ac. Phos. puls. RHUS-T. SIL. sulph.

111.Van zandvoort complete repertory

MIND – DREAMS – fruit – hanging from trees in Winter castor-eq.

HEAD – ERUPTIONS – scales – Winter agg. Sil.

HEAD PAIN – GENERAL – periodical – every – year, before Winter aloe

HEAD PAIN – GENERAL – Winter aloe Aur-m-n. Bism. carb-v. nux-v. sabad. Sil. SULPH.

NOSE – CORYZA – Winter, in am-c. ars. cist.

NOSE – CORYZA – Winter, in – every am-c. ars. cist.

NOSE – PAIN – General – Winter agg. am-c. ars. sulph.

FACE – ERUPTIONS – urticaria – Winter, in Kali-i.

TEETH – PAIN – General – Winter, in Acon. ARS. bell. bry. calc. carb-v. caust. cham. dulc. HEP. hyos. ign. MERC. Nux-m. NUX-V. Ph-ac. Phos. puls. RHUS-T. SIL. sulph.

THROAT – INFLAMMATION, sore throat – Winter, in kali-bi.

THROAT – PAIN – General – Winter agg. mez.

THROAT – PAIN – sore, bruised – Winter, agg. mez.

STOMACH – HICCOUGH – Winter, in nit-ac.

RECTUM – DIARRHEA – Winter asc-t. nat-s. Nit-ac.

RECTUM – HEMORRHOIDS – Winter agg. aesc.

BLADDER – URINATION – dribbling by drops – women, in, Winter agg. rhus-t.

BLADDER – URINATION – involuntary – night, incontinence in bed – first sleep, in – Winter agg., Summer amel. caust.

LARYNX & TRACHEA – CATARRH – Winter kali-bi.

LARYNX & TRACHEA – DRYNESS – Larynx – Winter, in mez.

RESPIRATION – ASTHMATIC – Winter attacks Carb-v. nat-m. Nux-v. phel.

RESPIRATION – DIFFICULT – Winter agg. carb-v.

COUGH – CONVULSIVE, spasmodic – Winter ars. psor.

COUGH – CROUPY – Winter, alternating with sciatica in Summer staph.

COUGH – OLD PEOPLE – Winter am-c. ichth. Kreos. psor.

COUGH – periodical – Winter, in am-c.

COUGH – WINTER acon. aloe Ant-s-aur. ant-t. ars. bry. cham. Coc-c. dulc. eupi. ip. kali-bi. kali-c. kali-m. Kreos. lip. mati. nat-m. Nit-ac. nux-m. plan. Psor. Rumx. Stann. staph.

COUGH – WINTER – alternating with sciatica in Summer staph.

COUGH – WINTER – eruptions, from suppressed psor.

COUGH – WINTER – women lip.

CHEST – ANGINA pectoris, stenocardia – Winter, every mez.

CHEST – CATARRH – Winter kali-bi.

CHEST – PAIN – General – Winter, returning every Arg-mur. Kalm.

EXTREMITIES – CHAPPED – Hands – bleeding in Winter petr.

EXTREMITIES – CHAPPED – Fingers – bleeding in Winter petr.

EXTREMITIES – CHILBLAINS – Hands – Winter gaert.

EXTREMITIES – CRACKED skin – Hands – Winter, in alum. calc-s. CALC. carbn-s. Cist. Graph. maland. Merc. PETR. Psor. Sanic. SEP. SULPH.

EXTREMITIES – CRACKED skin – Fingers – tips of – Winter, every petr.

EXTREMITIES – DISCOLORATION – blue – hand – Winter, in cupr.

EXTREMITIES – ERUPTIONS – Joints – Winter Merc. Psor. Rhus-t.

EXTREMITIES – ERUPTIONS – scales – hand – Winter agg. Petr. Sep.

EXTREMITIES – FELON, onychia, paronychia – Winter, every HEP.

EXTREMITIES – PERSPIRATION – Foot – Winter, agg. during arg-n. Med.

EXTREMITY PAIN – GENERAL – Winter, in calc-p.

EXTREMITY PAIN – JOINTS – Winter calc-p. Kalm.

EXTREMITY PAIN – UPPER LIMBS – Winter, in petr.

EXTREMITY PAIN – LOWER LIMBS – sciatica – Summer – cough in Winter, with staph.

EXTREMITY PAIN – LOWER LIMBS – sciatica – Winter, in ign.

EXTREMITY PAIN – LOWER LIMBS – Foot – Winter caust.

FEVER, HEAT – WINTER calc. carb-v. chin. nux-m. puls. Rhus-t. sulph. verat.

SKIN – CRACKS, fissures – Winter, in alum. Calc-s. CALC. CARBN-S. Graph. PETR. Psor. SEP. SULPH.

SKIN – ERUPTIONS – General – Winter – agg. Aloe alum. ars. Calc. caust. Dulc. Hep. kali-br. kali-c. Mang. Merc. Mez. Petr. Psor. RHUS-T. sabad. Sep. sil. Stront-c. sulph. thuj.

SKIN – ERUPTIONS – General – Winter – amel. kali-bi. sars.

SKIN – ERUPTIONS – tubercles – Winter Kali-br.

SKIN – ROUGH – Winter, in alumn.

GENERALITIES – ANEMIA – impaired production of red blood cells – iron deficiency, from, chlorosis – Winter, in Ferr.

GENERALITIES – SEASON – Summer and Winter solstice agg. bry. Kali-bi. nat-m. nux-v. rhod. Verat.

GENERALITIES – SEASON – Winter – agg. ACON. Aesc. Agar. Alum. AM-C. ammc. Arg-met. ars-i. ARS. aur-ar. aur-s. AUR. Bar-c. Bell. borx. bov. BRY. Calc-p. calc-sil. Calc. CAMPH. Caps. carb-an. Carb-v. carbn-s. Caust. Cham. cic. cina cist. Coc-c. Cocc. colch. Con. DULC. ferr-ar. Ferr. FL-AC. graph. HELL. HEP. Hyos. Ign. Ip. Kali-bi. KALI-C. Kali-p. kali-sil. kalm. LYC. mag-c. MANG. Merc. Mez. MOSCH. nat-ar. nat-c. nat-m. nit-s-d. NUX-M. NUX-V. PETR. ph-ac. Phos. prot. PSOR. PULS. Rhod. RHUS-T. ruta Sabad. sangin-n. sars. sec. Sep. Sil. spig. spong. stann. STRONT-C. Sulph. syph. VERAT. viol-t. visc.

GENERALITIES – SEASON – Winter – amel. glon. ilx-a. ilx-c. sul-i.

GENERALITIES – SEASON – Winter – ailments since sangin-n.

GENERALITIES – SEASON – Winter solstice agg. Aur. bry. calc-p. Calc. cic. colch. Dulc. graph. hep. ign. Kali-bi. merc. nat-m. nux-v. Rhod. RHUS-T. Verat.

IV. Knerr repertory rubrics and hering guiding symptoms

Temperature and weather – || Worse in Winter and better in Summer. ð Hemorrhoids.: Aesc

Attacks, periodicity – ¤ As Winter approaches each year itch manifests itself.: Aloe socotrina

Upper limbs – Red rhagades on hands, worse in winter and from washing.: Alumina

Temperature and weather – Winter : rhagades; eruptions.: Alumina

Attacks, periodicity – || Worse in winter. ð Skin symptoms.: Alumina

Fever – Troubled with the cold more than any other time during winter; must warm feet even in warm room.: Ammonium bromatum

Temperature and weather – Winter : stout women readily take cold.: Ammonium carbonicum

Stages of life, constitution – ¤ Stout women, who lead a sedentary life, have various troubles in consequence, and readily catch cold in winter.: Ammonium carbonicum

Temperature and weather – ¤ Severe burning sensation over loins followed by sweat, burning so unendurable that she was constrained to open window at night even in Winter, sometimes to rush out of doors; for three years several times daily.:
Amylenum nitrosum

Inner chest and lungs – ¤ Violent pain in chest and shoulders pressing inward, returning every Winter.: Argentum metallicum

Attacks, periodicity – Every Winter; pain in chest and shoulders.: Argentum metallicum –

Stool and rectum – { Winter diarrhoea.: Asclepias tuberosa –

Temperature and weather – In winter : diarrhoea worse.: Asclepias tuberosa –

Inner head – ¤ Headache returning in winter season.: Bismuthum

Temperature and weather – Headaches return in winter.: Bismuthum

Inner head – Boring-jerking in front over right ear and on lower border of acquisitiveness and in occiput in region of sociableness, with a chill, has to go to bed; after getting cold out- doors in winter.: Calcarea arsenicosa

Temperature and weather – Winter : chill after getting cold out-doors.: Calcarea arsenicosa

Sleep – In winter dreams of fresh fruit hanging on trees.: Castor equi

Cough – ¤ Cough and hoarseness with rattling mucus in trachea, especially during winter.: Chamomilla

Cough – ¤ Rough, scraping cough of children in winter, with tickling in suprasternal fossa, agg at night.: Chamomilla

Cough – ¤¤ Scraping, dry cough, caused by tickling in pit of throat, agg. at night, even in sleep, especially with children after taking cold in winter.: Chamomilla

Attacks, periodicity – Winter : rough, scraping cough.: Chamomilla

Stages of life, constitution – A bleacher, aet. 50, who had to watch bleaching ground, every other night, summer and winter, was attacked with rheumatism, finally amaurosis.: Chelidonium majus

Stages of life, constitution – Potter, aet. 40, had rheumatism and lead colic, suffering all Winter and Spring; lumbago.: Colocynthis

Mind – Memory weak; brain functions in general decreased; must frequently think long before he finds the right expression; temperature low; hands always cold; in winter, hands become bluish-black.: Cuprum aceticum

Locality and direction – Upwards : itching first on feet, every winter higher up, until it reaches hip and abdomen.: Dolichos pruriens

Attacks, periodicity – For seven years every winter : itching.: – Dolichos pruriens

Skin – ¤ Itching, without eruption, first on feet, every winter higher up, after 7 years reaches hips and abdomen.: – Dolichos pruriens

Heart, pulse and circulation – ¤¤ Erethic chlorosis, agg in winter.: – Ferrum metallicum

Temperature and weather – Winter : erethic chlorosis agg.: – Ferrum metallicum

Nerves – ¤¤ Increased ability to exercise his muscles without fatigue; is less affected by excessive heat in summer or cold in winter.: – Fluoricum acidum

Temperature and weather – Is less susceptible to extreme heat of summer and cold of winter.: – Fluoricum acidum

Cough – ¤ Catarrhal affections growing out of relaxed and debilitated condition of system on return of warm weather at close of Winter; Spring fever; hoarseness, with dryness of throat; burning in larynx, descending into trachea; cough from tickling and dryness of fauces; sensation of soreness in chest when coughing.: Gelsemium sempervirens –

Fever – ¤ Intermittent or remittent fevers contracted at summer watering places and “wintered over”, making their appearance in early Spring.: – Gelsemium sempervirens

Upper limbs – ¤ Whitlows occurring every winter for several years.: – Hepar sulphur

Attacks, periodicity – Every Winter : whitlows.: – Hepar sulphur

Lower limbs – ¤ Pains, incisive, throbbing, intermittent; at first every other day, then daily; chilliness; mild, melancholic temperament; fever, but no thirst; returns every winter. ð Sciatica.: – Ignatia amara

Lower limbs – ¤ Ischias : intermitting, chronic; amel in summer, agg in winter; beating as though it would burst hip joint, accompanied by chilliness, with thirst, flushes of heat, particularly in face, without thirst.: – Ignatia amara

Attacks, periodicity – Every Winter : pains in lower limbs.: – Ignatia amara

Attacks, periodicity – In winter : slightly elevated, smooth, red patches like urticaria.: – Kalium bromatum

Skin – ¤ Slightly elevated, smooth, red patches, like urticaria, but with hardened bases, like erythema nodosum; itching at night in bed and in a high temperature; appear in winter.: – Kalium bromatum

Stages of life, constitution – Girl, aet. 9, blonde, of rapid growth, affected last winter with an offensive eruption on scalp which was allowed to heal without treatment, mother asthmatic, every week; spasmodic attacks.: – Kalium carbonicum

Skin – A kind of erythema nodosum, in three cases, consisting of red, urticaria-like elevations, appearing on face, neck, arms and legs, and preceded by itching, leaving, after disappearing, infiltrated spots; they were observed only during the winter.: – Kalium iodatum

Outer chest – ¤¤ Pleuritis falsa in winter season.: – Kalmia latifolia

Cough – ¤ Violent winter cough of old people, with spasmodic turns at night, and very copious light colored mucous sputa; pain or pressure referable to sternum.: – Kreosotum

Attacks, periodicity – Winter : cough.: – Kreosotum

Cough – ¤ After influenza, dry, harassing, concussive cough; agg after sleeping, lasting all Winter and following Spring.: – Lachesis muta

Attacks, periodicity – Lasting all Winter and Spring : cough.: – Lachesis muta

Stages of life, constitution – Girl, aet. 18, after disappearance of an eruption which came every winter upon upper and lower lips; affection of nose.: – Magnesium muriaticum

Lower limbs – || Old foot sweats, agg during winter, for seven years.: – Medorrhinum

Attacks, periodicity – For seven years : agg during winter, old standing foot sweats.: – Medorrhinum

Upper limbs – ¤ Eczema of hands; whole dorsal surface of both hands raw, denuded; commenced with cracks on joints; stinging, burning pain; surroundings inflame easily after scratching; every Winter for a number of years; moist surface becomes dry at times, forming in yellow crusts.: – Mercurius solubilis

Attacks, periodicity – Every Winter for a number of years : eczema of left hand.: – Mercurius solubilis

Stages of life, constitution – Man, suffering every Winter, for a number of years; eczema of hands. s.: – Mercurius solubilis

Inner mouth – ¤ Dark redness of fauces; burning dryness even into larynx; agg. every winter; syphilis.: – Mezereum

Throat – ¤ Syphilitic sore throat, agg by former mercurial treatment, he had to keep indoors during Fall and Winter; dark redness of faucial mucous membrane; dryness and burning of fauces, larynx and pharynx, extending into chest, somewhat amel by eating; voice hoarse, not clear, failing during a continuous discourse; cold air causes pain in gums, but amel burning; expectoration of much mucus; hemorrhoids with stitching pains; tendency to diarrhoea.: – Mezereum

Attacks, periodicity – Every Winter : dark redness of fauces, with burning dryness.: – Mezereum

Sight and eyes – ¤ Divergent strabismus since childhood in a patient, aet. 20; following inflammatory rheumatism; after Rhus tox. eyes parallel for one day, then squint, came on from fatigue; more marked in hot weather and agg in winter.: – Natrium muriaticum

Temperature and weather – In winter : squint agg.: – Natrium muriaticum

Upper face – ¤ Prosopalgia after catching cold during stormy weather; both sides affected; photophobia; burning heat in cheeks; vomiting followed by lassitude; at times attacks accompanied by pains in arms and back; if pain is confined to right side it is less severe, but vomiting is agg, often thirteen times in twenty-four hours; if pain is on l. side it is very severe and vomiting is amel; eye sympathetically affected, pupil contracted, eyelid hanging, shortness of breath and wheezing before an attack, especially while eating; least mental disturbance brings on or aggravates attack; attacks more frequent and severe during Winter and Spring; very sensitive to cold.: – Nitri spiritus dulcis

Attacks, periodicity – During Winter and Spring : attacks of prosopalgia more frequent and severe.: – Nitri spiritus dulcis

Hiccough, belching, nausea and vomiting – Hiccough, especially in winter.: – Nitricum acidum

Attacks, periodicity – Winter : hiccough agg; chronic cough; chilblains.: – Nitricum acidum

Stages of life, constitution – Girl, aet. 15, previously in good health, after attending church in winter seized with severe chill and pain in limbs; rheumatism.: – Nux vomica

Upper limbs – ¤ Deep, bloody rhagades on hands, thick crusts; worse during Winter.: – Petroleum

Temperature and weather – Winter : deep blood rhagades on hands agg; ulcers agg; chilblains.: – Petroleum

Skin – ¤ Rhagades, particularly when occurring in Winter; hands chap, crack and burn, and itch intolerably.: – Petroleum

Temperature and weather – Cough : returns every Winter.: – Psorinum

Temperature and weather – In Winter : inflammatory rheumatism agg.: – Rhus toxicodendron

Stages of life, constitution – Woman, aet. 50, pale, emaciated, for years has had a slight hacking cough in Winter, strained back by lifting a heavy weight fortnight ago, since then suffering; lumbago.: – Rhus toxicodendron

Cough – || Cough originally produced by inhalation of extremely cold air during Winter; cough agg lying down, and especially at 11 o’clock at night; excited by tickling behind sternum and attended by a sprainlike aching near sternum and with accumulation of mucus in fauces near posterior nares.: – Rumex crispus

Cough – || Catarrh every Winter with violent coughing; after being in a draft cough tormenting and dry; severe orthopnoea, had to sit straight up day and night, with horrible anxiety about a rattling in chest, with soreness as if raw on chest; fears to suffocate.: – Sepia officinalis

Attacks, periodicity – Every Winter : catarrh with cough.: – Sepia officinalis

Outer head – ¤ Scaly eruption on scalp; amel in Summer, but agg upon approach of Winter; cervical glands enlarged.: – Silicea terra

Lower limbs – || Extreme perspiration of feet which were cold in Winter and sore in Summer.: – Silicea terra

Attacks, periodicity – Approach of Winter : scaly eruption of scalp agg; pain, swelling and suppuration of foot.: – Silicea terra

Attacks, periodicity – Winter : cold feet.: – Silicea terra

Stool and rectum – || Constipation appearing every Monday or on days after a fete, but only in winter, while for the rest of the week the stools were regular; fulness in lower part of abdomen, with swelling, malaise, great heat in head, >> in open air, returning when in house, with ill-humor and sadness; felt hungry at noon but no appetite in evening.: – Stannum metallicum

Cough – || Croupy cough in Winter, alternating with sciatica in – Staphisagria

Summer; cough drove him out of bed compelling him to sit up all night, could not breathe while lying down, sensation as if something were loose in pit of stomach, like loose flesh, that pulled every time he coughed; cough excited by tobacco smoke.: – Staphisagria

Temperature and weather – Winter : croupy cough.: – Staphisagria

Hearing and ears – || Deafness; surging noise in right ear; agg on excitement or moving; had rheumatism in Winter; agg when warm in bed; at night, pain in face, comes on 11 to 12 P.M.: Sulphur

Lower limbs – || Ulcer of more than two years’ duration on left leg, above outer malleolus, as large as a quarter dollar, with areola much swelled, very hard, dull purplish red; stinging pains; scanty watery discharge; before appearance of ulcer had much rheumatism, amel in Winter, agg before a storm; feet hot at night, keeps them out of bed.: – Sulphur

Attacks, periodicity – Winter : headache agg; ulcer on leg amel; remittent fever.: – Sulphur

Respiration – || Chronic asthma; in Summer, especially when weather was warm and damp; most frequently in evening, passing off at daybreak; soreness of chest, with great anguish and inability to retain a recumbent position; in Winter, severe bronchial cough succeeded asthmatic attacks; a regular type of chills and fever developed; suffered from this many years before.: – Syphilinum

Attacks, periodicity – Winter : bronchial cough succeeding asthma in Summer; cold pain in legs.: – Syphilinum

Source: http://www.homeobook.com/homoeopathic-remedies-for-winter-complaints/

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६. निराशा , हताशा एवं उदासीनता से पीडित

७. अपने प्रियजनों और मित्रॊ के कल्याण के लिये अत्याधिक चिन्तित

 

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मस्से और होम्योपैथी उपचार ( Warts and Homeopathy )

What Causes Genital Warts

आम तौर से मस्सों के उपचार के लिये होम्योपैथिक दवा थूजा का एक चलन सा बन गया है। लेकिन थूजा हर एक मस्सों की दवा नही है।  जब थूजा से मस्सों मे आराम नही मिलता तब होम्योपैथी पर इलाज कॆ  असफ़लता की जिम्मेदारी  डाल दी  जाती है । मस्सॊ या wart के होम्योपैथिक इलाज की चर्चा करने से पहले मस्सों के निकलने के कारण और उनके प्रकारों पर भी नजर डाल लेनी चाहिये ।

मस्सा (wart) को चिकित्साविज्ञान के अनुसार एक प्रकार का चर्मरोग माना जाता है। यह प्रायः अलग २ आकार के हो सकते है। यह प्रायः हाथों और पैर पर होता है किन्तु शरीर के अन्य अंगों पर भी हो सकता है।

कारण

मस्सॊ के निकल्ने का मुख्य कारण मानव (ह्यूमन) पैपिलोमा वायरस (एचपीवी) होता है। इस वाइरस की १३० प्रकार देखे गये है और यह  मानव शरीर को छुहाछूत द्वारा संक्र्मित कर देते है ।

प्रकार

सामान्य मस्सा या वररुका  वुलगरिस (common warts ) :

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एक उठा हुआ मस्सा जो रूखे सतह जैसा होता है एवं हाथों पर यह सामान्य रूप से पाया जाता है। लेकिन शरीर पर यह कहीं भी विकसित हो सकता हैं। कभी कभी इसे पामर मस्सा या जूनियर मस्सा के नाम से जाना जाता है।

फ्लैट मस्सा या वररुका प्लाना (Flat  Warts) flat wartflat-warts1 एक छोटी, चिकना चपटा मस्सा जो चमड़े के रंग का होता है एवं बड़ी संख्या में भी हो सकता है। सामान्यता यह चेहरे, गर्दन, हाथ, कलाई और घुटनों पर सबसे ज्यादा पाया जाता है।

फिलिफॉर्म  या प्रांगुलित मस्सा (Flipcorn wart)_Filiform_warts 1flpform warts 2

यह एक धागे या अंगुली की तरह होता है और विशेष रूप से पलकों और होठों के पास पाया जाता है।

जननांग मस्सा या वररुका  अकुमिंटा ( Genital warts )

:genital wartgenital-warts 2 एक प्रकार का मस्सा जो जननांग पर अमूमन  पाया जाता है।

मोज़ेक मस्सा ( Mosaic wart )

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यह मस्सा सामान्यतः हाथ या पैर के तलवों पर होता है। यह समूह मे होते हैं और अपनी  जगह से सख्ती से चिपके रहते है ।

 

.परिङ्गुअल  मस्सा ( Periungual warts )

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एक फूलगोभी की तरह का मस्सा, सामान्यता नाखून के आसपास होता है।

.प्लांटर मस्सा (वररुका , वररुका  प्लान्टरीस) Plantar warts

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पैरॊ के तलवॊ या ऊगलियों मे यह मस्सा पाया जाता है । यह गोख्ररू या corn से मिलता जुलता है । लेकिन त्वचा की संरचनाओं के करीब अवलोकन से इसको विभेदित किया जा सकता है । त्वचा पर दिखने वाली स्ट्रापिस प्लान्टर वार्ट के आस पास पायी जाती है । अगर यह प्लान्टर वार्ट नही है तो यह स्ट्रीपस त्वचा की ऊपरी परत मे जारी होती हैं । दूसरा प्लान्टर मस्सा मे सीधे दबाब के बजाय दोनो तरफ़ से दबाने पर पीडा होती है जो कार्न के विपरीत होता है जहाँ सीधे द्बाब के कारण ही पीडा होती है ।

हॊम्योपैथिक उपचार :

शरीर के भिन्न – २ स्थानॊ (location ) मे मस्सा होने पर दवाओं का उपयोग प्राय: अलग २ पाया जाता है । केन्ट रिपर्ट्री और सिन्थीसीस रिपर्ट्री मे अलग २ अध्याय मे इसकी विस्तृत जानकारी दी है । लेकिन डा, एन.सी. घॊष ने एक संक्षिप्त थेरापियट्क्स के जरिये इसकॊ समझाया है ।

  1. मुँह मे मस्सा :  caust, thuja, acid nitric
  2. भौं में : caust
  3. आँख की पलकॊ मॆ : Acid Nitric
  4. आँख मे : sulphur
  5. नाक मॆं : thuja , caust
  6. मुँह के कोने में : condurango
  7. दाढी में : lyco
  8. जीभ मॆ: aurum mur
  9. गर्दन मे : acid nitric
  10. वक्षमध्योस्थि मॆ : acid nitric
  11. बाँह मॆं : calc , caust , acid nitric , sepia , sulphur
  12. हाथ में : calc , lac can , lyco, acid nit, rhus tox , thuja,, sulphur
  13. तलहत्थी में : nat mur, anacardium
  14. अंगुली में : berb , calc, caust, lac can, nat mur, acid nit, sulphur, thuja, sepia
  15. अंगूठे में : lach
  16. लिंन्ग के चर्म में , लिंन्ग के मुख पर (छूने पर ही रक्त स्त्राव ) : cinnabaris
  17. लिंन्ग मुख में : acid nit, acid phos, thuja

इसके अतिरिक्त मस्से किस प्रकार (types of warts ) के हैं , यह भी महत्वपूर्ण स्थान रखते हैं । जैसे :

  1. पुराना मस्सा : caust, nat mur,sulphur
  2. रक्तस्त्रावी मस्से : cinnabaris, acid nit, sepia, silicea, staphys,sulphur
  3. जखम भरे : ars , calc , caust, hep sulph, lyco, nat mur, acid nit, phos, thuja
  4. दर्द भरे : caust, hepar sulph, lyco, ac nit, petro,phos, sepia, sulphur
  5. मुख चौडा : lachesis
  6. कडा : ant crud, calc , caust, acid flour,;achesis, rann bulb, silicea, sulphur
  7. चपटॆ मस्से : dulcamara
  8. सींग की तर्ह : ant crud, ac nit, sepia
  9. छॊटॆ मस्से : calcarea , ferrum, hepar, lachesis, acid nitric, rhus, sarasa, sulphur, thuja
  10. प्रदाहित : amm carb, caust, ac nit

मस्सों मे प्रयोग होने वाली होम्योपैथिक दवायें अपने एक विशिष्ट लक्षणॊं ( special characters of drugs ) से जाने जाती हैं । जैसे :

  1. calcarea carb : चेहरे पर , गर्दन और शरीर के ऊपरी अंश मे मस्से । यह दवा glandular और scrofulous धातु के रोगियों पर विशेष काम करती है ।
  2. causticum : पुराना मस्सा , नाक , भौं , मुँह , नाक के किनारे और अंगूठे का मस्सा । ठोस और उसका आकार छॊटा , चपटा , या नोकदार होता है । इसके विपरीत थूजा मा मसा फ़टा २ सा होता है ।
  3. Lyco : फ़टा २ मस्सा ।
  4. Natrum Mur : पुराना ,मस्सा , कट जाने का दर्द , हाथ , अंगूठे मॆ अनगिनत मस्से । यह aneamic , कमजोर रोग ग्रस्त स्त्रियॊं मे विशॆष काम करती है ।
  5. Natrum sulph : गाँठ नुमा मस्से , मलद्वार में , पॆट और उरू के बीच मस्से की तरह उद्भेद ।
  6. Nitric Acid : मस्से तर म भीगे २ , फ़ूलगोभी की तर्ह , बद्बूदार , खूनी ।

मस्से के उपचार के लिये दवा का चुनाव होम्योपैथिक चिकित्सक के विवेक और कौशल पर निर्भर करता है । इसमे कोई शक नही कि बहुधा एक सही सिमिलिमम तीर की तरह काम करता है ।

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Remedies for Crying Babies – Newborns

Pipermartin shares her clinical experience with homeopathy about the infants problems . This  article was published in her website   , ”  https://pipermartin.wordpress.com ”

Dr Prabhat Tandon

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The Homeopathic Pregnancy Blog

I am going to do a little series on remedies for crying babies because after working with babies for many years I think there are a wide variety of reasons babies express themselves in this way.

Today I would like to focus on the very newborn babies.  The first thing I am curious about is the birth experience.  This type of crying may well have to do with pain from a difficult birth and it is VERY important to look into this with a pediatric chiropractor or a osteopath that has experience working with babies.

Rough handling of the head, neck and jaw can lead to pain and distress for newborns.  In order to nurse effectively they must turn their necks freely and be able to open their jaw wide to latch.  If they have had vacuum, forceps or cesarean delivery then it is very possible that they will need…

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Balance of Fluids~ Postpartum Care

The Homeopathic Pregnancy Blog

In the immediate postpartum women that have had fluids during labour often find themselves swollen and retaining that fluid.  Their breasts can become extra, extra-large and all their tissues seem congested and full.  Our bodies will resolve this eventually but the remedy – Apis 200Cwill push that process along, asking the body to sweat and pee out all the excess fluid.  This may help some little babes latch with less effort and allow mammas access to their regular shoes!

Newborn baby breastfeeding. Newborn baby breastfeeding.

Once that hurdle is jumped hydration is a very important aspect of postpartum care.  This is one place that partners can definitely help.  Offering water, keeping supplies of good quality drinks on hand, serving foods with high water components are all helpful ways of keeping the fluid balanced in a nursing mother.

Dehydration in a nursing mother can look like:

  • low energy
  • flat emotions
  • headaches
  • mastitis
  • weepy

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10 Easy Exercises to Strengthen Your Hips and to Help Relieve Pain

While not everyone can have those supple hips like Shakira, you can all benefit from working on and strengthening muscles that support those agile hips.

Although often ignored and uncared for, your hips are the fulcrum point for all the movements in your lower body. Sitting at work or home for most of the day leads to tight hip flexors that causes troubles like hip pain, lower back pain and injury.

Moreover, weak hips can lead to an antalgic gait, causing knee, ankle or foot injuries that can leave you resting in bed for days or months at a stretch.

And this is just the beginning, hip problems don’t stop here. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, more than 2.5 million Americans today are living with an artificial hip. In fact, hip replacements are on the rise in the United States, peaking specifically among adults in early middle-age.

A 2005 study published in the Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine discovered an association between overuse injuries in the lower extremities and poor strength in the hip abductor, adductor and flexor muscles around the hip region.

So, it’s worthwhile to take a look at your hip troubles and work to improve their strength and flexibility.

While nothing can beat walking, jogging and running, compound hip-specific strengthening exercises like squats, bridges and lunges are important to make sure your hips stay strong.

Strengthen Your Hips and Get Pain Relief Using These Easy Exercises

Here are some great hip flexor exercises that will help strengthen your hips and improve flexibility.

1. Bridging

bridging exercise

This exercise works on your hamstrings, hip flexors, quadriceps, lower back and glutes, for strengthening and reducing pain.

  1. Lie down on your back.
  2. Bend your legs and bring your feet in toward your bottom.
  3. Slowly, pushing through your feet, lift your bottom.
  4. Make sure your hips are in line with your shoulders and knees.
  5. As you do this, tighten your glutes and hamstrings.
  6. Hold for 2 seconds and slowly sink your bottom to the ground.
  7. Repeat 10 to 20 times daily for effective results.

2. Lying Lateral Leg Raise

lying lateral leg raise

Lying lateral leg raises help strengthen and develop your iliotibial bands that are responsible for your side-to-side leg motions. This exercise works on your gluteus maximus, gluteus minimus, obliques, hamstrings and quadriceps.

  1. Lie on your right side.
  2. Extend your right arm out for balance.
  3. Lift your left leg up as far as you can, keeping it straight while you lift it.
  4. Slowly, bring your leg back down so that it is in line with the right leg.
  5. Complete 15 repetitions with that leg.
  6. Roll over to the other side and repeat with your right leg.
  7. Practice this every other day to get rid of hip pain.

3. Lying Leg Circles

lying leg circles

Lying leg circles work on your gluteal muscles and hip flexors to promote flexibility, strength and range of motion in all the muscles that make hip and leg rotation possible.

  1. Lie down on your back.
  2. Extend your legs straight out.
  3. Elevate your left leg to about 3 inches off the ground.
  4. Make small circles, keeping your whole leg straight and aligned.
  5. Switch to the other leg and repeat the process.
  6. Perform 3 sets of 5 rotations on each leg, for 15 total reps on each leg daily.

Eventually, as you practice the exercise daily, you may raise your leg higher.

4. Single-Leg Squat

single leg squat

Also known as pistol squats, single-leg squats are a great exercise that work primarily on increasing the resilience in your legs. It targets your glutes, hips and quad muscles to improve your balance and stability.

  1. Extend both arms out in front of you, and interlock your fingers.
  2. Stand upright with your feet shoulder-width apart, firmly planted on the ground with your toes pointing forward.
  3. Extend one leg out in front of you. (Make sure you do not bend the knee.) Do not let this leg or foot touch the ground.
  4. Lower your body by sitting back and bending the knee of your other leg (as if sitting in a chair).
  5. Squat down as low as you can.
  6. Hold this position for 20 seconds.
  7. Press down on your foot and slowly stand up.
  8. Repeat 15 sets on each leg daily.

You may increase the number of sets gradually as you acquire strength.

5. Seated Butterfly Stretch

seated butterfly stretch

The butterfly stretch primarily works on your hips, inner thighs and lower back to increase flexibility and strengthen muscles.

  1. Sit on the floor, knees bent to the sides, soles of your feet in front of you, back straight and your hands on top of your feet.
  2. Engage your abdominal muscles to stabilize your spine.
  3. Exhale and gently pull your heels toward you.
  4. Simultaneously relax your knees toward the floor, as far as you can.
  5. Breathe deeply and hold for 20 to 30 seconds.
  6. Finish with leaning forward from your upper body. (Make sure you keep your back straight and push your knees toward the floor, as much as you can.)
  7. Initially, practice this 15 to 20 times every day. As you acquire strength and flexibility, you may increase the number of sets performed.

6. The Clam

the clam

The clamshell exercise works on balancing the muscular effort between your pelvic floor and your inner and outer thighs, thus strengthening your hips and lower body. It primarily aims at your gluteus medius, a muscle in your hip abductors.

As the name suggests, think of a clamshell opening as you do the exercise. Your glute should do all the work, so keep the rest of your body completely still as you lift and lower your leg.

  1. Lie on your side.
  2. Bend your knees at 90 degrees.
  3. Bring your heels together and in line with your bottom.
  4. Without rotating your back or pelvis, lift your leg to open your knees as far as you can.
  5. Hold for 15 seconds.
  6. Return to the resting position.
  7. Repeat 15 times on each side for stronger hips

7. Pigeon Pose

pigeon pose

The pigeon pose is an effective exercise that helps reduce stress and tension in the hip region, thus improving flexibility. It works on your groin and hip flexor muscles and opens up your hip rotator muscles (gluteus medius & minimus).

  1. Begin in a plank position.
  2. Lift and sit with your right knee bent forward.
  3. Inch your right foot away from your body.
  4. Extend your left leg straight behind your body, as far as you can.
  5. Keeping your hips square, lower yourself to the floor bringing your upper body as close to the floor as possible.
  6. Hold the position for 5 breaths.
  7. Repeat on the other side.
  8. Practice 10 sets on each leg daily.

8. Marching Glute Bridge

marching glute bridge

Marching glute bridges help stabilize your pelvis, while working on your glutes, hamstrings and spinal muscles in the lower back.

  1. Lie down on your back.
  2. Bend your legs and bring your feet in close toward your bottom.
  3. Slowly, pushing through your feet, lift your bottom.
  4. Make sure your hips are in line with your shoulders and knees.
  5. As you do this, tighten your glutes and hamstrings.
  6. Slowly lift one knee toward your chest until your hip is at 90 degrees. Do not let your back sag or overarch.
  7. Return your foot to the floor and lift the other knee.
  8. Repeat 10 to 20 times every day. As you gain perfection, you may increase the count as per your capacity.

9. The Hip Drop/Step Up

the hip drop exercise

The step-up is one of the best exercises for your hips and legs.

If you do not have a stepper at home, you may practice by climbing up and down the stairs.

  1. Place one foot on a sturdy box.
  2. Step with your weight placed on the center of your foot.
  3. Push your hips back and then stand straight up.
  4. Hold this position while keeping your body tall and your hips and shoulders square.
  5. Push your hips back again.
  6. Slowly lower your trailing foot to the floor.
  7. Repeat with the other leg.
  8. Practice 10 sets on each leg every day.

Once you’ve perfected this pattern, you can perform this exercise while holding a pair of dumbbells in your hands.

10. Lying Hip Extension

lying hip extension

The lying hip extension, or reverse straight leg raise, is an effective exercise for strengthening your glutes and hamstring muscles.

  1. Lie down on your stomach.
  2. Keep your knees straight.
  3. Slowly lift your leg with your bottom muscles.
  4. Make sure your legs and knee are straight.
  5. Hold for 2 seconds and release.
  6. Repeat 10 times daily on each leg.

Resources:

http://journals.lww.com/cjsportsmed/Abstract/2005/01000/Hip_Muscle_Weakness_and_Overuse_Injuries_in.4.aspx
http://newsroom.aaos.org/media-resources/Press-releases/25-million-americans-living-with-an-artificial-hip-47-million-with-an-artificial-knee.htm

Source : http://www.top10homeremedies.com/news-facts/strengthen-hips-get-pain-relief-exercises.html/