It’s A Wonderful Life With Homeopathy – Katja Behrens

The holiday season has approached and immediately so many images come to mind: snowflakes falling, Christmas music everywhere, cards piling up from relatives, children making their list of toys they want from Santa…

And yes, the holidays can be also a whirlwind of emotions and activities that take their toll on us.
First and foremost, the amount of overeating and drinking can overwhelm this festive holiday. Holiday parties offer all that food that embodies the warmth and richness of the season and conjure memories of holidays past.
Eating wholesome meals high in saturated fats may help you resist those sugary holiday cookies. But if you find yourself overpowered by the sweet smells of cookies and candies or even just the delicious meal in general, Nux vomica 30 will restore your holiday cheer.
This remedy eases digestive problems at both ends of the spectrum, from constipation to diarrhea, which may occur from overindulgence. When the wine or holiday punch comes out, recall this remedy if overindulging makes you feel nauseous or worse.
When the kids dive into the cookie jar or get candy canes from school, this remedy can benefit their overall irritability. Nux vomica 30 will also help them get to bed after the rush of Christmas sets in, which is a little gift for you. However, it should be noted that once these issues cease, do not continue to take the remedy.
In order to stay in good health in times like ours, preparation is everything. I know many who plan to make 2015’s resolution one that includes knowing how to get treated their family’s illnesses so that there is less dependence on drugs and such. This is not to mention the reduced costs associated with this way of life. Indeed, I can’t help but note that in my life and the lives of many others whom I’ve treated, the solutions homeopathy offers far exceed the expectations of even the best of conventional healthcare, even when it’s available.
The information provided in this article is for educational purposes only and may not be construed as medical advice. The reader is encouraged to make independent inquires and to seek the advice of a licensed healthcare provider.

Katja Behrens

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