Sunday, May 27, 2012

Men's Reproductive Health - Homeopathy Has a Place

Such a delicate subject requires superior medicine. Homeopathy treats the whole person using safe, natural substances in a potentized form. Instead of medicating the problem, homeopathy addresses the entire person. This means that digestion, skin and sinuses are all connected. So, when a man has a problem that is experienced in one area, the entire person must be considered.

Homeopathic philosophy believes that the human body has the ability to heal itself when given the matching stimulus found in nature. The stimulus is in the form of a homeopathic remedy that is taken in pill form. The correct homeopathic remedy will bring about the action that will put the sufferer's pathology to rest. It will also relieve other maladies that accompany the main problem.

Let's consider three of the most valuable homeopathic remedies for this important issue that may occur in a man's life.

Caladiura is a remedy of repute that has been used for the inability to perform in relation to a man's mental state. The key to determining the choice of this remedy is the sufferer's demeanor. He is often one who experiences mental depression along with impotence and the new problem is met with a deepening of this depression.

The remedy Selenium has been shown to be of greatest value when the man experiences weakness after coition. This may not happen every time, but more commonly occurs after excesses. Accompanying the exhaustion, there may also be prostate problems such as urine and seminal loss.

Agnus castus is reputed to be of value for men as they age and is noteworthy when the desire has been lost or impotence is a problem. Premature old age, where the genitalia are cold, is a characteristic that historically points to the need for this remedy. Often, there is a history of an excessive sexual appetite earlier in life, but, in later years, is missing. There may be accompanying anxiety and despair, particularly about health issues and especially his ability. Memory and mental dullness may also be present. A collapsed or broken down state that occurs after overindulgence in alcohol, drugs or in sexual matters may also be present in men who will benefit from this remedy.

Lycopodium is a fine remedy of repute in men's health. When sexual dysfunction accompanies a lack of confidence though there is an increased desire, this remedy can be considered. This situation can be particularly trying in old men who marry young wives and are impotent as a result of their age. There is often a corresponding abdominal bloating and distention that may be distressful after eating. Gurgling, gas and belching are also a problem for this man.
Homeopathy is whole medicine that is chosen for each person on an individual basis. The correct remedy will stimulate the person's natural healing response to bring the body back to balance and heal itself. No drugs of questionable safety, no regular repeated use. Just a return to simple old fashioned well being so that the problem simply doesn't exist.

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.

"Health is not random" says homeopath, Joette Calabrese HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na). Her book Cure Yourself and Family With Homeopathy and her CDs Perform in the Storm, a Homeopathy First Aid and Secret Spoonfuls; How to get Healthy Foods into Kids Without Getting Caught are collections of experiences as a skilled homeopathic consultant to hundreds.

Her lively, entertaining examples and solutions of what to use for the most common ailments a homeopath is confronted with, have graced national journals such as Homeopathy Today and Wise Traditions. The author, practitioner, mother splits her time between working with clients throughout the U.S. and abroad and speaking in arenas such as Chautauqua Institute, national radio shows and college campuses. Join her at Homeopathy Works for events, forums and consultations.

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