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Homeopathic Remedies for Kids June 27, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — elizama @ 10:59 pm

 

Top 10 HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES every Parent should have in the Home

To search for homeopathic remedies: http://www.abchomeopathy.com

1. Aconium: ( Aco.)

2. Apis: ( Ap. )

3. Arnica: ( Arn. )

4. Belladonna: ( Bell. )

5. Calcarea Carbonica: ( Cal-C. )

6. Carbo Vegetabilis: ( Carb-V. )

7. Chamomilla: ( Cham. )

8. Dioscorea: ( Dios. )

9. Nux Vomica: ( Nux-V. )

10. Tabacum: ( Tab. )

SYMPTOMS

Sore Throat: ( Aco., All-C., Ap., Arg-N., Ars., Bapt., Bar., Puls., Ign., Lach.)

Teething: ( Charm., Aco., Bell., Cal-P., Puls., Mag-M., Cal-C.)

Diarrhoea: ( Ip., Mag-M., Mer-S., Podo., Puls., Sul.)

Flu: (Ars., Bapt., Bry., Dulc., Eup-P., Gels., Ip., Nux-V., Pyr., Rhus-T.)

Cough: ( Aco., All-C., Ant-T., Arn., Bar-C., Bell., Bry., Cal-C., Cham., Cal=P.)

Ear Aches: ( Aco., Ap., Bell., Cal-C., Cham., Cal-S., Hep-S., Kal-B., Nux-V., Puls.)

Bee Sting: ( Ap., Hyp., Lach., Led., Stap., Urt-U.)

Sprain/Injury: ( Arn., Cal-C., Rhus-T., Ruta.)

Toothache: ( Cham., Coff., Stap.)

Travel Sickness: ( Bor., Cocc., Nux-V., Petr., Sep., Stap., Tab.)

Indigestion: ( Ant-C., Arg-N., Ars., Cal-C., Carb-V., Caust., Chin., Ign., Kali-B.)

Conjunctivitis: ( Aco., All-C., Ap., Arg-N., Ars., Bell., Bry., Cal.-C.)

Colic: ( Coloc., Dios., Cupr., Ip., Mag-M., Nat-P., Nux-V., Mag-P.)

Bruises: ( Arn., Bell-P., Led., Sul-Ac.)

Broken Bones: ( Arn., Bry., Cal.-C., Sil., Cal-P., Symph.)

 

Are You Feeling Stress? June 21, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — elizama @ 6:47 pm

The term ” stress” refers to any reaction to a physical, mental, social, or emotional stimulus that requires a response or alteration to the way we perform, think, or feel. Change is stressful-whether the change is good or bad. Worry produces stress. Indeed, stress is an unavoidable part of life. It can result from many things, both physical and psychological. Pressures and deadlines at work, problems with loved ones, the need to pay the bills, and getting ready for the holidays are obvious source of stress for many people. Less obvious source include everyday encounters with crowds, noise, traffic, pain, extremes of temperature, and even welcome events such as starting a new job or the birth or adoption of a child. Overwork, lack of sleep, and physical illness put stress on the body. Excessive alcohol consumption and smoking are usually increase as a reaction to stress and yet create more stress for the body. Some people create their own stress; whether there is anything objectively wrong in their lives or not, they find things to worry about. For such people, stress becomes almost addiction.Anxiety, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), dissociative disorders, and phobic disorders are among the more serious emotional manifestations of stress. They are often a result of an event that the individual was unable to deal with at the time. Many people attribute their stress-related symptoms to ” nerves”, and in fact stress usually does affect the parts of the body that are related to the nervous system first, especially through the digestive organs. Symptoms of stress related digestive disorders may be a flare-up an ulcer or irritable bowel syndrome. If stress that produces such symptoms is not handled properly, more serious illness may result. To test your stress level, go to:

http://stress.about.com/od/selfknowledgeselftests/SelfKnowledge_SelfTests_Personality_Tests.htm

(or)

http://www.healthcentral.com/sleep-disorders/stress-test-3454-143.html

(or)

http://stress.about.com/library/health-test/bl_stress_and_health_test.htm