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Brain chemical imbalance

I am taking Lexapro for chemical imbalance in the brain and would like to get off the meds and use Homeopathy....Any professional suggestions?
 
  amara on 2008-05-31
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
fill up a questionnaire and post all your mental and physical symptoms.
 
rishimba last decade
Hi Rishimba,
With the Lexapro I feel ok, but would like to titrate down and get off of it.
My symptoms were caused by grief of someone in the dying process and by being harrassed by the same person.
I was fearful of him and in great grief. I was confused and had a hard time thinking. I had stomach problems and couldn't eat much. Lost about 25lbs. which I have regained. I was too afraid to go to work because this guy was the owner of where I worked. I couldn't sleep at all. Ifelt that I was angry inside and might hurt someone. I had diareah for a long time but not anymore. My basic remeedy is Phosphoris. Thanks for the help.
 
amara last decade
have you tried IGNATIA for grief and STAPH for inner anger and indignation?

to get sleep and forget the past incidents, its better if you take IGNATIA 30C one dose just before sleep at night.

later, you can stop ignatia and take a dose of STAPH 1M and see your response.
 
rishimba last decade
Thank you Rishimba, I will try what you suggested.
 
amara last decade
Hello amara,
there's no such thing as brain chemical imbalance. you lost someone and it's normal being in grief. lexapro doesnt make you feel better, it only masks your symptoms.
good to know you're getting off and trying homeopathy to help.
take care...
 
brick last decade
Brick, Thanks for the encouragement. Amara
 
amara last decade

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