Are You Sick & Tired Of Being Sick & Tired?

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?

I was. And this is what led me to begin exploring more holistic ways to heal.

Did you know that in 2020 51.8% of adults had one chronic disease and 27.2% had multiple chronic conditions. This is terrifying for our families, our health care system and society as a whole.

When my health journey (after many twists and turns) led me to to homeopathy, I realized that I had finally found the pinnacle of healing.

How does homeopathy differ from allopathic medicine? It is not a one size fits all medicine. Each patient is unique and comes with their own set of symptoms. Two people experiencing a migraine, don’t feel them the same way. One may have shooting pains, one throbbing pains, one stabbing pains. One may prefer to use a cold compress to alleviate discomfort, another may prefer warmth. One may prefer to be covered in warm blankets, another may prefer cold air. One may feel irritable, another sad. If people manifest illness and disease differently, then doesn’t it make sense to treat the patient instead of the illness or disease?

When the underlying objective is to treat the patient as a whole, we can hope for a cure versus the suppression of a symptom. Aspirin may be effective at relieving the pain of a migraine, but it cannot be claimed as a cure when the patient who suffers from migraines typically has them frequently. In another example, antihistamines only stop the release of histamines, but do not cure the allergies. And at what cost? What side effects will the patient have to endure for this short period of relief.  A homeopath isn't looking to simply desensitize the patient just to the specific allergen, but to all allergens. 

Homeopathy is powerful medicine, and I am extremely passionate about spreading awareness. Questions or comments? Please send me a note and I would be happy to respond! 

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