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What are homeopathic remedies for shock? – Part 1

Shock is a condition of numbness or blankness when something serious or unexpected happens. Shock results in fear and anxiety and for some it results in depression.

Symptoms of Shock

• widest range of emotional responses
• horror followed by incomprehension
• disbelief
• finally numbness
• anger
• rage come next
• grief for those who lost someone
• guilt for those who didn’t
• anxiety
• fear for the future
• hopelessness
• depression
• despair
• numbness of mind

Homeopathic Remedies for Shock

1. Aconite
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• people who need it are visibly distressed
• they look frightened
• you can feel their fear
• the trembling and the fear of death
• fear can surface immediately after a bad shock
• fear at night after a bad dream
• panic attacks if the acute shock isn’t dealt with
• shock and fear (of death) with trembling

2. Stramonium
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• experience and re-experience fear
• terror after a bad shock
• wider range of feelings
• hysteria with loud laughing
• rage
• feelings of unreality
• fear of death
• fear of the dark
• children wake screaming in terror at night
• nightmares that wake them at night
• unable to awake fully
• not knowing the parent who tries to comfort them
• their unconscious betrays their deeper feelings in the form of bad dreams
• images of the shocking stress-or haunt them at night

3. Opium
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• mixed feelings like they do not feel ok but can’t even say that they are not distressed.
• look spaced-out
• do not complain
• do not ask for anything
• images of what happened haunt them during their waking hours
• same anxiety and feeling come back or repeat when the incident is thought back again
• have difficulty falling asleep
• oddly sensitive to noise

4. Gelsemium
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• look and feel dull
• look droopy
• have trouble opening their eyes.
• people experience loss besides the shock
• can’t cry
• become numb
• shaky and drowsy
• not thirsty at all

5. Phosphoric acid
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• who receive bad news second hand eg: by phone or letter
• sink into apathy
• do not even want to talk
• they accumulate energy to carry out physical activities
• are thirsty
• especially for fruit juices and pop

6. Ignatia
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• people with loss who don’t want to talk about it
• they want to be alone to cry
• resist all comforting
• have a “lump” in their throats from the emotional tension
• they hold back their feelings
• finally break down and cry with great big sobs
• haunted by feelings of guilt and regret

7. Natrum muriaticum
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• depth of suffering is more
• they are bitter in attitude
• they have even more difficulty crying
• they cannot cry even when alone
• if they do cry it is shedding a few gentle tears and not big sobs.

8. Pulsatilla
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• are at the other end of the loss spectrum
• cry easily
• want comforting
• feeling better for both the crying and the consolation
• their moods are changeable
• curiously there is lowness of spirits
• lowness lifts in the fresh air
• for sensitive children who are disturbed by the pictures and people’s responses who are around them.
• who become clingy and needy

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