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To Prove the Efficacy of the Kents Repertory in the Headache Cases Amidst Age 13 to 19 Years

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 11)

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Page : 685-686

Keywords : Headache; Migraine; Tension type headache; Cluster Headache; Kent's repertory; age group 13 to 19 years;

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The headache is most common and difficult neurological condition faced by the physician. Everyone had suffered from the significant pain in the head once in lifetime. Now a day, it is more common in the teenagers due to theirlifestyle, lack of physical exercise, excess use of the mobile and television. The increasing stress in the teenagers is one of the most common and neglectedcause of the headache in teenagers which is caused due to the competitive world, peer pressure, parental expectation. In the homeopathic holistic approach is considered, in this system not only physical but mental, emotional status are also considered. The study was carried out in Sri GuruNanak Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana. The study was done on 50 cases selected with random sampling method. Objective: To understand the efficiency of the homoeopathic medicine in the cases of headache in the age group 13 to 19 years and usefulness of the Kent's Repertory to find the correct remedy taking in account the mental, physical and the nutritional state of the patient and educate the parents about it. Result: The homeopathic medicine not only helps in improvement of the pain in head but improve the behaviourproblems. The Kent's repertory is very effective in finding the totality. Conclusion: In the study 56% of patient shows the complete removal ofsymptoms with no reoccurrence whereas 26% of cases show marked improvement in the symptoms of disease. This shows that homeopathic remedy is very effective in treatment of headache.

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