Every person experiences certain situations to which they are more vulnerable or more likely to react. Being susceptible means being predisposed, liable, or sensitive to the effects of an infectious disease, allergen, or other pathogenic agent – or even being sensitive for a situation e.g. in the workplace or in relationships; lacking immunity or resistance .
Sensitivity is the degree of the predisposition and susceptibility is the nature of it.
Susceptibility might come from genetics, can be inherited, or can come on by different life experiences, like traumas, accidents or other events.
In homeopathy microorganisms like bacteria and viruses are not held responsible but the weak organism and the susceptibility of the patient is mainly considered accountable for the disease.
Susceptibility makes us unique, because each of us reacts individually to different situations.
Good homeopathic treatment changes our core susceptibility, strengthening us, so that we are not affected by a situation or disease agent.
Homeopathy treats the whole person as well as the diseased part. It looks to address the underlying cause of illness. 70% of those that use homeopathy experience improvements in health and wellbeing (from a six year study at Bristol Homeopathic Hospital, 2005).
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