Friday, December 8, 2017

Complications of vaginal Mesh for stress incontinence. Aleem. M.A., Hakkim. A.M. BMJ 2017;359:j5515

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Transvaginal mesh failure: lessons for regulation of implantable devices

BMJ 2017; 359 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j5515 (Published 07 December 2017)

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Re: Transvaginal mesh failure: lessons for regulation of implantable devices

Complications of vaginal Mesh for stress incontinence

Vaginal mesh for stress incontinence can cause complications such as erosion, pain, infection, bleeding, pain during sex, neurogenic pain psychological stress, organ perforation and urinary problems. Many of these complications require additional treatment, including surgery. So it can be avoided and advice sought about other safer treatments for stress incontinence.

Competing interests: No competing interests

08 December 2017

M.A. Aleem

Neurologist

A.M.Hakkim

ABC Hospital

Trichy 620018 Tamilnadu India

@drmaaleem

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Meditation and Brain Health -Dr.M.A.Aleem

Meditation Boost Brain Health

-Dr.M.A.Aleem

Backed by thousands of studies, meditation's incredible benefits reach far and wide. Here, we explore how the ancient practice upgrades 7 critical brain and body chemicals — as well as the massive implications.

How Meditation Boosts Serotonin

Meditation Boosts Serotonin.
Of our approximately 86 billion brain cells, most all are influenced by serotonin. Known by many scientists as the "happy" neurotransmitter, serotonin is key to helping relay signals from one part of the brain to another. This crucial chemical has a profound impact on our mood, contributing greatly to our overall state of well-being.

According to Princeton brain researcher Barry Jacobs, PhD, depression sets in when fewer and fewer new brain cells are created, with stress and age being the leading trigger. Thankfully, depression sufferers don’t need to submit to a diminished quality of life, there is a highly effective, all-natural solution.

University of Montreal scientists (Perreau-Linck et al) have shown that activities like mindfulness have a direct impact on the brain’s production of serotonin levels. It is thought that meditation "bathes" neurons with an array of feel-good chemicals, effectively melting away the stress that leads to low serotonin levels and depression.

In the end, meditation’s serotonin replenishing effect works to create a utopian chemical environment for the production of new brain cells, making you a happier and healthier person.

More Serotonin Benefits: ▲Heart health | ▲Neuroplasticity | ▲Brain cells | ▼Anxiety | ▼Depression | ▲Sleep | ▲Energy | ▲Happiness | ▲Mood | ▲Controls appetite | ▼Obesity | ▼Free radicals | ▲Longevity | ▲Relaxation |

 How Meditation Reduces Cortisol

Cortisol, a major age-accelerating hormone, is the one chemical where less is better. When we are stressed, our bodies produce cortisol and adrenaline in abundance. This is normal, a natural product of our evolution.

However, over the long term, the chemical cocktail present when under chronic stress is not normal, and can tear your body down, destroying healthy muscle and bone, blocking the creation of good hormones, eventually leading to anxiety, depression, increased blood pressure, brain fog, insomnia, inflammation, the list goes on and on. Clearly, too much of this stress hormone is really bad news for your overall physical health.

Luckily, scientists have found a very powerful solution. In 2013, researchers at UC Davis discovered a very powerful connection between mindfulness and cortisol, with remarkable results seen within only a few short weeks.

In fact, another study by a Rutgers University doctor discovered that meditators had a nearly 50% reduction in cortisol levels! As many scientists claim Cortisol to be public enemy #1, meditation is always on-call ready to save the day!

More Benefits Of Reducing Cortisol: ▼"Fight or Flight" | ▼Chronic stress | ▼Inflammation | ▲Sleep | ▲Brain function | ▼Cholesterol | ▼Blood pressure | ▼Brain fog | ▼Insomnia | ▼Obesity | ▼Disease |

How Meditation Boosts DHEA

Best known by researchers as the "longevity molecule" and stress counter-puncher, DHEA is one of the most important hormones in the body. As we get older our DHEA levels decrease year after year, opening us up to disease and accelerated aging.

Doctors have measured DHEA levels to find a patient’s physiological "true age", a far more accurate health marker than "age in years." In fact, a 12 year study of 240 men (50-79 years) found that DHEA levels were directly linked to mortality. The researchers' findings were simple yet impactful: the less DHEA you have, the fewer years you have left.

Luckily, meditation provides a dramatic boost in DHEA hormone levels. Dr. Vincent Giampapa, M.D., former President of the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine and current prominent longevity researcher, discovered that meditation practitioners have an incredible 43.77% more DHEA over everybody else! Is meditation the fountain of youth? Many scientists think so.

More DHEA Benefits: ▲Longevity | ▲Heart health | ▲Brain function | ▲Energy | ▲Muscle tone | ▲Metabolism | ▲Fat loss | ▲Sex drive | ▼Mood swings | ▼Inflammation | ▼Cholesterol |

How Meditation Boosts GABA

Best known for making you feel calm, GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid) is one of the major inhibitory neurotransmitters in your central nervous system.

Anyone with an addiction, including alcohol, drugs, tobacco, caffeine, and food, all have one thing in common: lack of GABA. Not having enough of this super-important chemical can create an array of problems, including anxiety, nervousness, racing thoughts, and sleeplessness. Luckily, there is an effective solution.

In 2010, Psychiatrists at the Boston University School of Medicine found a 27% increase in GABA levels after only 60 minutes of mindful exercises - proven even more effective than physical exercise! Researchers were quite surprised by the "more powerful than exercise" finding, but meditation has been practiced over the millennia for very good reason.

Visiting this super-effective neuron soothing state every day during meditation can effectively melt away any anxiety and addiction you may carry, clearing the path for your highest potential to be realized.

More GABA Benefits: ▼Anxiety | ▼Depression | ▼Addiction | ▲Brain function | ▲Mental focus | ▲Calm | ▼ADD/ADHD | ▼Panic attacks | ▲Sleep | ▲Quiet mind | ▲Longevity | ▲Stress relief |

How Meditation Boosts Endorphins

Responsible for the all-encompassing sense of happiness we sometimes feel, endorphins are a category of neurotransmitters that the body uses as an internal pain killer. A 1995 study (Harte et al) published in the Biological Psychology Journal tested the neurochemical release of two groups — 11 elite runners and 12 highly trained meditators — after running and meditation, respectively. What did they find? Both groups’ endorphin levels were greatly elevated. Perhaps even more amazing, meditation's "feel-good effect" scored even higher than running!

Joggers have coined the term "runners high" to describe how wonderful the endorphin rush feels after a nice, long run. This happy, zen-like, alert state of bliss can be a powerful and highly pleasurable experience, going a long way to explain why so many runners are addicted to their sport. Luckily, this wonderful mind-state is readily found through meditation. Maybe it is time for meditators to come up with a cool phrase for how good they feel after meditation?

More Endorphin Benefits: ▲"Natural high" | ▲Happiness | ▲Well-being | ▼Chronic pain | ▲Stress relief | ▲Self-esteem | ▲Confidence | ▲Motivation | ▲Willpower | ▲Relaxation |

 How Meditation Boosts Growth Hormone

Since the dawn of time, man has sought out the elusive "fountain of youth." While most people today no longer believe in miraculous, "stay young forever" potions like our ancestors once did, growth hormone (GH) is making a very strong case as the key to turning back the hands of time.

GH stimulates growth during childhood and sustains our tissues and organs today. Starting in your 40s, your pituitary gland, the pea-sized structure at the base of your brain where growth hormone is produced, gradually decreases the amount of GH it creates. The body’s diminishing supply of growth hormone causes the frailty that comes with aging—weaker bones and muscles, increased body fat, poor heart contractions, bad moods, lack of motivation, and fatigue.

With so many benefits to our overall health and well-being, it is easy to understand why movie stars spend $10,000+/year taking GH. But you don’t need to be a millionaire to beat Father Time.

The key state where our brains release the most growth hormone, "Delta" is a key brainwave frequency found during both meditation and the deepest stage of sleep. Perhaps meditators naturally elevated growth hormone levels are why they tend to look so young and healthy? Scientists seem to think so. Session by session, meditation effectively turns back the clock.

More Growth Hormone Benefits: ▲Healing | ▲Young skin | ▲Healthy cells & organs | ▲Strong bones | ▲Strong muscles | ▲Fat loss | ▼Cardiovascular disease | ▲Energy 

 How Meditation Boosts Melatonin

Since the beginning of time, our biological clocks have been dictated by Earth’s natural cycles of light and dark. In recent decades, in an effort to become a 24 hour per day, super-productive society, modern man has been experimenting with ever shorter nights and longer and longer days.

This unbalancing, combined with our newfound love of morning to night screen staring, is taking a heavy biological toll on us all. With excessive light being the number "1" enemy of melatonin, perhaps the most important casualty of this epidemic is that we are shutting down our body’s production of this critical chemical.

A key to good mood and restful sleep, melatonin is a hormone manufactured by the pineal gland, with levels in the blood peaking just before bedtime. A chemical "Superhero", melatonin is known to prevent cancer, strengthen the immune system, slow down aging,  and has been linked to helping prevent over 100 different diseases.

Luckily there is a very effective, all natural solution. Rutgers University researchers discovered that melatonin levels for meditation practitioners were boosted by an average of 98%, with many participants having increases of more than an incredible 300%! Incorporating meditation into your life can be your much needed biological re-balancing tool.

More Melatonin Benefits: ▼Cancer | ▼Depression | ▼Anxiety | ▲Immunity | ▲Healing | ▲Cell renewal | ▼Free radicals | ▲Antioxidant | ▼Inflammation | ▼Headaches & migraines | ▼Insomnia | ▲Sleep | ▼Disease |



Learn about the limitless benefits of meditation, & how precisely designed brainwave technology (EquiSync) helps enable a deep, super-pleasurable, extremely beneficial state of meditation quickly, safely, & easily. Upgrade your life.

Learn how brainwave patterns affect your mental & emotional health, awareness, & mind state. See to what degree EquiSync beneficially influences your brainwave patterns, plus the basic differences between the 3 programs. Charts included.

Whole Brain Synchronization

Meditation works to balance your left & right brain hemispheres, resulting in what doctors call “whole brain synchronization”. In turn, you tap into a host of amazing benefits: more creativity, faster learning, better emotional health, & more. Upgrade everything. See charts.

Build 9 Key Brain Regions

Deep meditation upgrades 9 key brain regions. The result? So many benefits: great sleep, more happiness, deeper learning, better memory, higher IQ & EQ, less stress, more success, just to name a few. Change your brain, change your life.

Boost 7 Brain Chemicals

With monumental health implications, meditation has been proven to naturally boost many of your body’s chemicals: GABA, Endorphins, Serotonin, & more, while lowering the stress hormone Cortisol. The benefits are staggering.

Subconscious Mind Power

The power of your subconscious & unconscious mind are incredible. Here, we show you the vast benefits waiting under the surface, and how meditation is the best way to dive in, explore, and harness your deep mind. See detailed chart.

Immunity & Disease

When it comes to what the human body “can” and “can’t” do, a revolution is well underway. From extending life, to conquering “unconquerable” diseases, to rewriting genetic code, meditation’s latest scientific findings are incredible. Become superhuman.

Relieve Anxiety

Why is meditation such a powerful anxiety reliever? From building neurotransmitters, to quieting mind chatter, to cooling the amygdala, this highly in-depth article discusses why anxiety is no match against meditation.

Overcome Depression

Known as the world’s happiest people, scientists love studying meditators’ magnificent brains. From transforming psychology, to fully rewiring thought, to massively upgrading physiology, here we discuss why meditation dominates depression.

Sleep & Insomnia

Even if you get the recommended eight hours each night, you may not be sleeping deeply enough to fully recharge your battery. Here, we discuss why so many of us have insomnia, and why meditation is the best solution to sleeping like a log.

Conquer Addiction

Why don’t meditators have addictions? From urge surfing, to masterfully dealing with stress, to uprooting deep seated emotions, to giving us a natural high, to unplugging naturally, here we discuss why meditation eradicates addiction.

Longevity, Life Extension

Not only do meditators often look decades younger than their actual age, but they also live much longer lives. Here, we take a look at the most fascinating age defying studies making news headlines, and how meditation freezes father time.

Neurogenesis

Through a process called “Neurogenesis,” doctors have discovered that our brain’s “neuron count” is not set for life. Meditation’s well-proven ability to generate a “neuron fortune” has massive implications & big benefits.

Brain Power, Memory, Focus

Did you know that your brain power, intelligence, and memory can be dramatically upgraded, no matter who you are? Here, we discuss why scientists keep studying the marvelous meditating brain, and how you too can tap these awesome benefits.

Saturday, December 2, 2017

AVA and Dist.Welfare committee on 2.12.17 at Trichy awarded S.Sakul Hameed EO Ponnampatti Town Panchayat with Kalam Qulip quality Award

AVA and Dist.Welfare committee on 2.12.17 at Trichy awarded S.Sakul Hameed EO Ponnampatti Town Panchayat with Kalam Qulip quality Award

Association of voluntary Agencies and Dist.Welfare committee on 2.12.17 at Trichy awarded Collector k.Rajamani IAS with Kalam Pura Award

Trichy District collector spokes at Association of voluntary Agencies and District Welfare committee function on 2.12.2017 at Trichy which awarded Collector k.Rajamani IAS with Kalam Pura Award and ponnampatti Town panchayat Executive officer S.Sakul Hameed with Kalam Qulip Award in the presence of Dr.k.Meena Former vice chancellor Bharathidasan university , Dr. K.Govindaraju chairman AVA, M.Subburaman Secretary AVA, M.K.Satishkumar AD Town Panchayat ,K.Subramanian Coordinator Nehru yuvak kendra, A.V.Rajagobal Life Member DWC , V.Ganapathy and Dr.M.A.Aleem President Tamilnadu Neurologists Association and DWC life member.

Trichy District collector spokes at Association of voluntary Agencies and District Welfare committee function on 2.11.2017 at Trichy which awarded Collector k.Rajamani IAS with Kalam Pura Award and ponnampatti Town panchayat Executive officer S.Sakul Hameed with Kalam Qulip Award in the presence of Dr.k.Meena Former vice chancellor Bharathidasan university and Dr.M.A.Aleem President Tamilnadu Neurologists Association and DWC life member.

Trichy District collector spokes at Association of voluntary Agencies and District Welfare committee function on 2.11.2017 at Trichy which awarded Collector k.Rajamani IAS with Kalam Pura Award and ponnampatti Town panchayat Executive officer S.Sakul Hameed with Kalam Qulip Award in the presence of Dr.k.Meena Former vice chancellor Bharathidasan university and Dr.M.A.Aleem President Tamilnadu Neurologists Association and DWC life member.

Friday, November 24, 2017

India has many systems of medicine, and all of the systems need to be included in Indian Guidelines Aleem.M.A. Hakkim. A.M.  BMJ 2017;359:j5147

BMJ

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Adapting clinical guidelines in India—a pragmatic approach

BMJ 2017; 359 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j5147 (Published 17 November 2017)

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Re: Adapting clinical guidelines in India—a pragmatic approach

India has many systems of medicine, and all of the systems need to be included in Indian Guidelines

India is a country which adopts various systems of medicine, including Homeopathy, Siddha, Unani, Allopathy and so on. Other than allopathy, no other system of medicine is based on randomised controlled studies, and they are used traditionally. These system based treatments are also adopted by the State or central government such as treatment for dengue in India. In India there are many misconceptions, so many traditional healers and many quack. So guidelines for medical management in India should include all the systems of medicine if they are proved beyond doubt.

Competing interests: No competing interests

24 November 2017

M A Aleem

Neurologist

A.M.Hakkim

ABC Hospital

Trichy 620018 Tamilnadu India

@drmaaleem

Monday, November 20, 2017

My Words To My Patients -Dr.M.A.Aleem

My Words To My Patients -Dr.M.A.Aleem

My *expectations* from my *patients*.

■ Please bring your *old medical records* but *don't bring* your *opinion* about your old doctor... I am *no better* than him/her...

■ Wait *patiently* in the *queue*...

■ My phone is for *EMERGENCY*...

■ If you want, please do *wish* me when u meet me in a marriage or birthday party or a hotel but *don't* discuss your health problems there also...

■ Dont *praise* me that I saved you, because I didn't do anything *extra*, it's my *duty to treat*... It is *God* who heals, but when there is a *complication* please *understand* it's also *His wish*... Many complications, adverse effects of drugs are *not* my work... It's sometimes *your own body* which responds in a *peculiar* way...

■ If you are *not happy* with my work, *go away* to my *brother* or *sister* colleague, don't just *waste* your time...

■ Take my advice, *don't read internet* and *decide* about your *treatment*, I *don't* repair my computer seeing instructions on internet, so also you *can't* get treatment on *Google*...

■ Come *prepared* with your complaints... I am happy if you *write and bring* especially *points* and I can answer your points *well*...

■ *Don't answer your mobile* in *my cabin*, keep it on *SILENT mode* and *LISTEN to* me...

I end acknowledging that I am called a *_Doctor_ only because of you*... When you are in my cabin, you are only my *"Patient "* and *NOT* an *Officer* or *Minister* or *Media Man* or *Teacher*
and in the end I *remind* you that I too am a *_Human Being_* like you...

*Thank You*...

Thursday, November 16, 2017

National Epilepsy Day 2017 November 17th - Dr.M A.Aleem Interview in The New Indian Express Trichy on 17.11.2017

Guidelines based management in psychiatric disorders can also address medico-legal issues.. Aleem.M.A., Hakkim. A.M. BMJ 2017;359:j5248

BMJ

Head To Head

Maudsley Debate

Has the Mental Health Act had its day?

BMJ 2017; 359 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j5248 (Published 16 November 2017)

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Re: Has the Mental Health Act had its day?

Guidelines based management in psychiatric disorders can also address medico-legal issues.

Investigations and treatments including counselling for patients with mental health disorders must be based on definite guidelines. This guidelines based approach in managing psychiatric illnesses will also address to avoid any medico-legal problems arising out of minor or major psychiatric disorders.

Competing interests: No competing interests

16 November 2017

M.A. Aleem

Neurologist

A.M.Hakkim

ABC Hospital

Trichy 620018 Tamilnadu India

@drmaaleem

Maduranthaham Lake Tamilnadu India

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

National Press Day 2017 November 16. Dr.M.A.Aleem wishes

National Press Day 2017 November 16. Dr.M.A.Aleem wishing all in the media . Their  hardwork  especially the Editors subeditors  reporters  camera persons and photographers, all  are   incredible working as a team for the fake free and bribe free news everywhere in India