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Treating phlebitis with homoeopathy

Phlebitis is an inflammation of a vein that can lead to the formation of blood clots. These clots affect blood flow by partially or completely blocking it. Superficial phlebitis usually affects the veins in the legs. It is caused by prolonged immobilization after surgery or by the fitting of a plaster cast. Those at risk are those suffering from venous insufficiency, women in late pregnancy and obese individuals. When inflammation reaches a deep vein, it is called deep vein thrombosis or thrombophlebitis. It occurs in the lower limbs. The migration of the clot into the pulmonary artery results in a pulmonary embolism. Persons at risk are the elderly and those that suffer from cancer or a blood clotting disease. Read more …

Relieving pharyngitis with homoeopathy

A sore throat is a common condition that can affect the vast majority of the population. Pharyngitis is an inflammation that affects the pharynx; the upper respiratory tract is thus attacked by viruses or by bacteria. Read more …

Treating spasmophilia with homoeopathy

Spasmophilia is not a disease but a state of nerve and muscle hypersensitivity. It is usually manifested by mental disorders and physical spasms. It is caused by a magnesium deficiency, and tends to affect women more often. A person suffering from spasmophilia is thus very vulnerable to its surrounding environment and to the stress of everyday life. Read more …

Resorting to homoeopathy to relieve breath-holding spells

Between the ages of 6 months and 5 years, a child can sometimes be prone to seizures also known as breath-holding spells. Usually occurring after an anger fit, a strong emotion or intense pain, this disorder is usually a cause of concern for parents due to its intensity. Indeed, the child’s sobs are interrupted by wheezing, and the child may become pale, cyanosed, or even lose consciousness. Before the onset of sobbing, respiratory arrest of variable duration may occur. Homeopathy remains a treatment of choice to alleviate the emotional distress resulting from this pathology. Read more …

Treating spaniomenorrhea with homoeopathy

Being a rather common gynaecological disorder, spaniomenorrhea can occur at any age although it frequently affects girls that are undergoing puberty and pre-menopausal women. It has multiple origins and may lead to persistent bleeding during pregnancy or dysfunctions in the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. Characterized by the lengthening of time between two consecutive menstrual cycles, spaniomenorrhea requires medical care without delay. Spaniomenorrhea is defined as the relative of complete absence of bleeding from the endometrium, as opposed to the regular bleeding that occurs during menstruation. In fact, this is mainly due to low levels of oestrogen in the blood. Read more …

Using homoeopathy to fight off sleepiness

Characterized by an uncontrollable urge to sleep during the day, sleepiness is a condition that can lead to many disorders and accidents when it is left untreated. Sometimes due to the use of sleeping drugs, antidepressants, anti-anxiety or anti-psychotic medication, somnolence may also be caused by neurological, endocrine and chronic diseases, or simply by fatigue. Those that are most affected are usually unemployed persons that have a lot of available free time. Many women also suffer from sleepiness during pregnancy, in which case the condition may last until delivery. Read more …

Treating sleepwalking with homoeopathy

Sleepwalking is a sleep disorder that belongs to the parasomnia family. The sleepwalker performs actions such as walking or driving a car while sleeping. In some instances, the sleepwalker may become violent by attacking those that try to wake him or her up. Stress and alcohol abuse are aggravating factors that may worsen sleepwalking, a condition of which the causes are difficult to define. In addition, some patients may have a genetic predisposition to this disease. In Europe for example, 10 to 20% of the population suffers from sleepwalking. In some countries like Sweden sleepwalking reaches a high proportion of 40%. Read more …

Treating sinusitis with homoeopathy

Sinusitis is an inflammation of the mucous-lined cavities that are located inside the cranial and facial bones that surround the nasal cavity. This condition can be of viral, bacterial or allergic origin. In all cases, people suffering from sinusitis are subject to irritation of the mucous membranes as well as an abnormal secretion of mucus. It is possible to distinguish several types of sinusitis, depending on which facial areas are affected by the disease. These include frontal sinusitis, maxillary sinusitis and sphenoid sinusitis. In addition, the disease may either be acute or chronic.

Relieving diverticulitis with homoeopathy

Possibly constituting an emergency surgical procedure, diverticulitis is characterized by severe pain in the abdomen’s left lower quadrant, also known as the left iliac fossa. This pain is due to the infection and inflammation of diverticula or, in some cases, to the presence of Crohn’s disease. In other words, diverticulitis refers to complications of the previously-cited affections. Read more …

Treating hypersalivation with homoeopathy

Hypersalivation is a condition that can be caused by pregnancy or by lesions in the oral mucous membranes. In addition, taking certain types of medications may lessen the swallowing reflex and lead to hypersalivation. Read more …

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Pathology and homeopathy are two fields of scientific research that go hand in hand. As a matter of fact, homeopathic research on a disease is always accompanied by a pathological study of that disease. Pathology is the scientific field that studies diseases, while homeopathy is a gentle method for treating diseases. Homeopathic treatment follows the principles of similarity (Similia similibus curentur or "likes are cured by likes") and comprehensiveness. There is no universal treatment for a given disease; it must be adapted to each patient.