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Homeopathy helps fearful quake people

Homeopathy helps fearful quake people

"Homeopathic medicines may greatly help children, animals and adults feeling frightened and unable to sleep from the Christchurch earthquake" says co-presidents Jem Maber and Susanna Shelton from the New Zealand Council of Homeopaths. "Homeopaths in Christchurch are listed through our website www.homeopathy.co.nz and can be contacted directly for help."

Homeopathy is an effective and safe form of medicine that can be used for all ages and can assist people who are traumatised return to a more normal mental, emotional and physical state. Not being able to go to sleep, waking in the night feeling frightened or having frightening dreams is often a consequence of a traumatic experience and homeopaths are trained to recognise these patterns and can recommend homeopathic medicines that often quickly reduce the symptoms.

Homeopaths also recognise that people may become more susceptible to disease after trauma. This is because receiving bad news or a shock can rapidly weaken a person's immune system. The result may be increased susceptiblity to infections. Homeopathic medicines can help to support the immune system to bring about wellness and assist in recovery from shock, stress and infections.

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