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What are different homeopathic remedies for High Blood Pressure? – Part 2

• Hypertension or high blood pressure is considered as a silent killer.
• The heart is responsible for pumping blood through the arteries to the various organs and parts of the body.
• The pressure that is exerted on the walls of the arteries with the passage of blood is blood pressure.
• Blood pressure is measured with an instrument called sphygnomanometer in millimeters of mercury.
• The highest pressure reached during each heart beat is called systolic pressure.
• The lowest between two beat is known as diastolic pressure.

Homeopathic Treatment for High Blood Pressure

4. Calcarea carbonica
This remedy is frightful hypertensive remedy. This remedy is indicated for a person with symptoms like:
• easily tired
• have poor stamina
• feel overwhelmed when ill
• fear a breakdown
• palpitations
• breathing problems
• can be worse from walking up a slope or stairs
• pain when lying down
• a general chilliness
• clammy hands and feet
• the feet may heat up in bed at night
• sweat on the head during sleep
• person may have cravings for sweets and eggs
• weight problems.
Suggested dosage is:
– Sixth trituration
– Do not repeat this remedy too often in elderly people.

5. Glonoinum
This remedy is for heart related high pressure remedy. This remedy is indicated for a person with symptoms like:
• a flushed face
• a pounding headache
• visible throbbing in the blood vessels of the neck
• the chest can feel congested or hot
• a pounding or irregular heartbeat
• the person is worse from moving around.
• worse after heat and sun exposure
• worse after drinking alcohol
• a feeling of being lost in a familiar place

Suggested dosage is Sixth to thirtieth potency.

6. Lachesis Mutus
This remedy is for psychological hypertension remedy. This remedy is indicated for a person with symptoms like:
• intense
• talkative
• inner passion
• agitation that need an outlet
• a strong fear of disease
• feelings of suspicion
• revenge
• jealousy
• have heart or artery problems
• look flushed or purplish
• feel constriction in the chest
• feel beats
• feeling worse after taking a nap
• worse on waking up in the morning
• a strong intolerance of clothing around the neck

Suggested dosage is
– Eighth to 200th potency
– Should not repeat this remedy too often
– A single dose is enough to exhaust its action.

7. Natrum muriaticum
This remedy is for more responsible individuals. This remedy is indicated for a person with symptoms like:
• seems reserved
• responsible
• may have strong feelings
• grief
• disappointment
• anger
• lingering grudges
• a fear of misfortune
• headaches
• palpitations
• a feeling of tension
• feeling of coldness in the chest.
• feels worse from being in the sun
• worse around mid morning
• better from being alone in a quiet place
• a craving for salt
• strong thirst
Suggested dosage is:
– Twelfth to thirtieth and higher
– The highest potency often yield most brilliant results

8. Nux vomica
This remedy is for easily tempted individuals. This remedy is indicated for a person with symptoms like:
• usually impatient
• driven easily frustrated
• angered
• offended
• a strong wish for coffee and other stimulants
• craving for sweets
• cravings of alcohol
• medications may aggravate blood pressure problems
• palpitations
• constricting feelings in the chest
• constipation
• hemorrhoids
• sensitive to light, noise, odors, and interference.

Suggested dosage is
– First to thirtieth potency and higher
– Nux can act best, if given in the evening

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