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HOMEOPATHY FOR ADHD: GETTING TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER

HOMEOPATHY FOR ADHD

October has been a super busy month for me, which is great! This month I started to monitor the number of ADHD cases I have had so far since the beginning of the year, to see what the progress is and here is the result:

50% of cases are considered resolved (the condition has improved to the point where no more treatment is necessary)
This is really gratifying and shows me how effective homeopathy is.

30% show improvement but are still ongoing

20% are what I call “stubborn cases”, where there is only slight improvement but remedies don’t seem to “get through the case”, so to speak.

This begs the question: Why?

Of course, we know everyone is different and there are various degrees of severity of condition.
The goal of the homeopath is to find a remedy that can penetrate through the symptoms, to get to the heart of the case, of the patient. When a patient is fundamentally healthy, the web of symptoms is relatively thin and it is easier for the remedy to hit the target. In cases where the immune system is more compromised or where past trauma is also an issue, it definetely takes more time to achieve a decent degree of healing.
This is true of any condition of course, not just ADHD. It is the answer to the question patients usually ask: “How long before I see improvements?”

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