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Neurovegetative dystonia

Relieving neurovegetative dystonia with homoeopathy

Neurovegetative dystonia is a condition that can be summed up to a loss of muscle tone. It manifests itself by cramps and painful but involuntary muscle spasms. The cramps cause pain and put the subject in an abnormal posture. Neurovegetative dystonia may affect the parasympathetic nervous system, reaching the muscles of the larynx, pharynx, liver, heart, intestines and stomach. In the case of neurovegetative dystonia affecting the parasympathetic and sympathetic systems, the patient will be subjected to increased or decreased muscle tone.

Symptoms of neurovegetative dystonia

At the onset of the disease, people with neurovegetative dystonia are subject to headaches and dizziness when they suddenly change position. This is actually due to a decrease in blood pressure. The disease can also cause Sjögren’s syndrome, leading to dry eyes and mouth or, on the contrary, excessive sweating on the trunk and face. In case of neurovegetative dystonia affecting the parasympathetic nervous system, the patient may be constipated or suffer from repetitive diarrhoea. Urinary and genital disorders are also symptoms of this pathology. Neurovegetative dystonia also causes breathing difficulties to the affected subjects. Tachycardia alternating with bradycardia are the disease’s warning signs.

Recommended homoeopathic remedies

Neurovegetative dystonia that affects the parasympathetic nervous system can be treated with 3 granules of Aconite 15 CH and Ignatia 15 CH at the time of attacks. In some cases, it is advised to take 2 granules of Ignatia 5 CH three times a day.

If muscle spasms are linked to gastric, respiratory and intestinal cramps, the recommended homoeopathic remedy is Cuprum 5 CH, of which 3 granules need to be taken once a day. This treatment is also suitable for hypersensitive and asthenic people who suffer from convulsions caused by the neurovegetative dystonia.

If the disease leads to psychomotor sexual arousal that worsens to the touch or during periods of menstruation, it is advisable to take three granules of Hyoscyamus 5 CH once a day.

When should you consult a doctor?

Neurovegetative dystonia often goes unnoticed. However, if symptoms such as muscle contractions occur frequently, it is best to consult a doctor as soon as possible. Furthermore, if the cramps last longer and longer, it is strongly recommended to seek further medical attention in order for a doctor to establish a precise diagnosis and prescribe the appropriate remedy to treat the symptoms.

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Good to know: Homoeopathic remedies prescribed in the treatment of neurovegetative dystonia regulate the heart rate by stabilizing the blood pressure. They also help avoid the occurrence of cramps and, in some cases, alleviate pain.

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