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What are homeopathic remedies for Stress? – Part 1

• Stress is a psychosomatic disorder that can disturb the life as well as health of an individual.
• Most of our mental illnesses arise because the individual cannot cope with the stress and strain of life.

Symptoms of Stress

• Frustration and depression
• Muscles become tense
• Lack of sound sleep
• Alcoholic consumption
• Slow digestion
• Poor appetite
• Headache, migraines
• Irritable and tired

Causes of Stress

• Loud noises
• Extreme heat or cold
• Inadequate nutrition
• Hate, envy, fear, or Jealousy

Homeopathic Remedies for Stress

1. Aconitum napellus
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• sudden panic attacks
• sudden fear
• fear of death
• immense anxiety
• shortness of breath
• flushed face
• a racing heart
• shaking

2. Arsenicum album
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• anxiety about your health
• obsession about small details
• need for order
• exhaustion combined with restlessness
• digestive difficulties
• asthma attacks

3. Calcarea carbonica
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• a sense of impending disaster or breakdown
• fear of heights
• claustrophobia
• confusion when tired
• cravings for sweets
• sluggishness
• feeling chilled

4. Natrum Muriaticum
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• nighttime anxiety
• avoidance of social situations
• insomnia
• migraines
• betrayal
• depression
• disappointment
• humiliation
• loss
• resentment
• transition
• worry
• bites fingernails
• suppressed grief
• desire to be alone
• dislikes consolation
• dwells on unpleasant events
• easily embarrassed
• offended
• irritable
• resentful
• sensitive

5. Pulsatilla
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• constant need for comfort and support
• moodiness
• whining
• hormonal changes at menarche
• menstruation
• menopause
• betrayal
• conflict
• depression
• embarrassment
• humiliation
• jealousy
• loneliness
• loss
• affected by hearing of tragic events
• affectionate
• anxious
• changeable
• clingy
• excitable
• fearful
• moody
• self-pitying
• sluggish mentally
• sympathetic
• tearful

6. Silicea
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• temporary loss of confidence
• overreaction
• emotional stresses
• depression
• transitions
• anxious
• apathetic
• desires to be alone
• dislikes consolation
• dull
• confused
• forgetful
• indifferent to family
• irritable
• sluggish mentally
• tearful

7. Ignatia
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• emotional stresses
• criticism
• disappointment
• guilt
• homesickness
• humiliation
• loneliness
• loss
• reprimand
• shame
• shock
• brooding
• desires to be alone
• dislikes consolation
• introspective
• moody
• sensitive
• sentimental
• cries on own
• involuntary weeping

8. Kali phos
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• emotional stresses
• depression
• excitement
• mental strain
• worry
• anxious
• forgetful
• jumpy
• sensitive
• sluggish mentally
• depression from over-excitement
• nervous exhaustion
• weak
• easy fatigue from slightest effort
• overwork
• worry

9. Nux vomica
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• boredom
• conflict
• criticism
• failure
• humiliation
• mental strain
• shame
• worry
• anxious
• irritable
• exhaustion
• abusive
• angry over little things
• concentration is poor
• depressed

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