STRESS & HOMEOPATHY
If someone is dealing with lots of anger, then its best to use homeopathic arsenicum album. Arsenic the poison if consumed in orignal form, it creates redness in the body. It inflames your anger, and leads to a very aggressive death.
Having a homeopathic dose of arsenicum album reverses the symptoms of depression dismantles your rage, by sending an electromagnetic current along your meridians to all of the affected organs.
Homeopathy is a safe, gentle, and natural system of healing that works with your body to relieve symptoms, restore itself, and improve your overall health. It is extremely safe to use, even with very small children and pets, has none of the side effects of many traditional medications, and is very affordable.
Homeopathy comes from Greek words homos means similar & pathos meaning disease. Based on the law of Likes Cure Likes and was first formulated by the renowned German physician Samuel Hahnemann in 1789.
A minimal, homeopathic dose of a substance that would normally cause symptoms (such as the rash and itching from exposure to the poison ivy plant) in a healthy person, when given to a sick person exhibiting those symptoms, will result a cure. This is why people can often take homeopathic Rhus toxicodendron (poison ivy plant) to cure their allergic reaction to poison ivy
who benefit most from this remedy have a chilly constitution. The slightest cold, goes right through them. They have trouble keeping themselves warm. They have a craving for sweets, and are easily fatigued. They are dependable, solid people who become overwhelmed from physical illness or too much work and start to fear a breakdown.
Their thoughts can be muddled and confused when tired, which adds to the anxiety. Worry and bad news may agitate them, and a nagging dread of disaster (to themselves or others) may develop. Fear of heights claustrophobia is common.
Symptoms: Increased perspiration; Night sweats; Cold hands and feet; Dizziness; Nausea; Ravenous hunger; Aversion to fats; Craving for eggs; Eyes sensitive to light; Pale face; Large appetite with slow digestion
Emotional stresses: Fear; shock; worry.
Emotional state: Anxious with fear; before an exam/interview, etc. Excitable. Fearful: claustrophobic; in a crowd; of death. Panic. Restless. Screaming with the pain. Sensitive to pain. -
Emotional stresses: fear; guilt; resentment; transition; uncertainty; worry. Emotional states: Anxious: when alone; with fear; Blames others. Busy. Complaining. Critical. Depressed. Desires: company, Despair. Fearful: generally Fussy. Insecure. Irritable. Restless. Selfish. Tidy. –
Nervous, very restless. Dependent, yet mistrusting; selfish and miserly. Paranoid; feels lonely and threatened. Obsessed with order, cleanliness.
Homeopaths have used ignatia to treat grief and depression. They have also used it to treat situational anxiety. People usually don't use ignatia for generalized anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder. Ignatia is also called the funeral remedy if given to a grieving person the grief will reverse. Thus it has been called the Funeral Remedy. A ignatia amra 200 should be given 2 a day for three days then one a day for two weeks to help.
This is a good remedy for injuries to areas with high concentrations of nerve endings, such as the fingers. It is also effective for easing the pain of puncture wounds and crushing injuries. Try Hypericum 6c every hour for up to six times per day, reducing to three to four times per day until symptoms improve.
Indicated when a person has been exhausted by overwork or illness. Feels a deep anxiety and inability to cope. Jumpy and oversensitive. May be startled by ordinary sounds. Hearing unpleasant news or thinking of world events can aggravate the problems. Insomnia and an inability to concentrate may develop, increasing the sense of nervous dread. Eating, warmth, and rest often bring relief.
Symptoms: Exhaustion; Deep anxiety and inability to cope; Headaches; Jumpy and oversensitive; Startled by ordinary sounds; Backaches ; Nervous digestive upsets.
patients attempt to cover an inner sense of inadequacy by putting up fronts, by pretending to be something they are not. Lycopodium patients feel anxiety from mental stress and suffer from a lack of confidence. They can be self conscious and intimidated by people they perceive as powerful. They can feel a deep anxiety and fear of failure, when they take on responsibility. They usually do well, once started on a task.
Symptoms of cases that Lycopodium can help. Shakes head without any apparent cause. Facial contortions. Gassy, constipation or diarrhea, Sour belching, Claustrophobia, Irritability, Digestive upsets with gas and bloating, Craves sweets, warm food and drink; Night cough, Wants to be alone, Cranky on waking, Bullying tendency, Fear of failure, Breaking down under stress.
Because multiple deficiencies in diet are common, a balanced diet, including other B vitamins particularly riboflavin and pyridoxine, is needed. Nicotinamide is usually used to treat deficiency, because nicotinamide, unlike nicotinic acid (the most common form of niacin), does not cause flushing, itching, burning, or tingling sensations. Nicotinamide is given in doses ranging from 50 to 500 mg/day po in divided doses 3 to 4 times a day.
Niacin (nicotinic acid) in large amounts is sometimes used to lower LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels and to increase HDL cholesterol levels. Symptoms may include flushing and, rarely, hepatotoxicity.
Can be caused by immediate- and sustained-release preparations of niacin. (but not nicotinamide) may improve lipid levels.
Flushing, which is prostaglandin-mediated, is more common with immediate-release preparations. It may be more intense after alcohol ingestion, aerobic activity, sun exposure, and consumption of spicy foods.
Flushing is minimized if niacin is taken after meals or if aspirin (325 mg) is taken 30 to 45 min before niacin. The chance of severe flushing can be reduced by starting immediate-release niacin.
To reduce flushing atratat a low dose (eg, 50 mg tid) and increasing it very slowly. At intermediate doses (1000 mg/day), triglyceride levels decrease 15 to 20%, and HDL cholesterol levels increase 15 to 30%. Reductions in LDL cholesterol are modest (< 10%).
Higher doses of niacin(3000 mg/day) reduce LDL cholesterol 15 to 20% but may cause jaundice, abdominal discomfort, blurred vision, worsening of hyperglycemia, and
precipitation of preexisting gout. People with a liver disorder probably should not take high-dose niacin.
Hepatotoxicity may be more common with some sustained-release preparations. Some authorities recommend checking levels of uric acid, blood glucose, and plasma transaminases q 6 to 8 wk until the dose of niacin has been stabilized