Homeopathic treatment for anxiety
Unfortunately, in these present times, anxiety and depression are one of the main reasons people will visit their GPs.
The world in which we live today is highly pressurised, high-stress jobs, high living expenses, the need to achieve and maintain our position.
No time to relax and enjoy life, these are too common themes in our lives giving us very little breathing space.
Other times, life circumstances like a major loss of wealth or death of a dear one can make us change the way we perceive things by creating a loop that takes us back to the trauma over and over and we just can't let go.
In some form, we have all being there and can relate to it.
Feeling anxious about something from time to time is normal for instance starting a new job, changing schools, meeting someone new or making a big decision in your life.
These are all everyday things that can make you feel apprehensive and disturb your sleep and your digestive system!
From extra visits to the loo to biting your nails, these are all familiar symptoms can we have all experienced at different times in our lives.
LIVING WITH CHRONIC ANXIETY
However, living with anxiety and suffering from panic attacks on a daily basis is not normal and can be very debilitating, it is often linked to depression or low mood.
This kind of anxiety is better suited to deep homeopathic treatment with an experienced practitioner to guide you through the process which can be quite complex.
It usually involves treating several layers to restore balance while working with therapeutic remedies to relieve the main symptoms.
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Cristina Villacorta is a homeopath dedicated to helping everyone to find better health with homeopathy from her clinic and online worldwide via Zoom. She is also conducting a homeopathic study in chronic recurrent illnesses in children. She writes blogs aimed for people who want to self prescribe homeopathy to improve their health. To keep up with her posts, follow Cristina on Facebook, Pinterest and subscribe to her blog.