Can Homeopathy Help Me?

Some People Who May Be Helped By Homeopathy

Homeopathy doesn’t directly treat diagnostic conditions but does help individuals to heal. This is what natural healing means: helping the individual to heal, vs. managing symptoms. Homeopaths have seen people with conditions such as these improve:

  • allergies, asthma, eczema, arthritis, chronic fatigue
  • hypertension, thyroid disorders, ulcers, irritable bowel
  • migraines, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, recurring infections
  • PMS, menopausal symptoms, fibroids, infertility
  • depression, insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks
  • eating disorders, post-traumatic stress, bipolar
  • ADHD, hyperactivity, behavioral problems, autism
  • helpful for cancer patients and recovering cancer patients
  • acute conditions, such as coughs, colds, flu, ear infections
  • and much more…

It doesn’t matter whether your condition is considered curable by conventional medicine when considering whether or not homeopathy can help.

Please note that the information I provide does not constitute medical advice. I am not a medical or naturopathic doctor and I do not diagnose nor medically treat disease.

Homeopathy treats the soil where disease takes root

Treating the Whole Person

Homeopaths view pathology as the result of a deeper disturbance in health, and if that is not healed, symptoms will persist, or if suppressed, take the form of a different “disease.” Homeopathic remedies work by assisting the body’s own healing energies, rather than by masking symptoms with drug effects. In other words, homeopathy treats the soil that allows diseases to take root.

In homeopathy, symptoms are not viewed as something caused by an external force, but as part of the organism’s attempt to heal itself and to adapt to changes in its environment. This is not to say that all symptoms are good. But they do point to what needs to be healed so good health can be restored.

Should Other Treatments Be Stopped?

Homeopathy is compatible with conventional medical treatment. Conventional medications can be altered as your condition improves, if appropriate. You should always consult your physician before stopping or altering the dose of any prescription medications.