Coffea anyone?Hello all. Posted a little while ago re my 20m old daughter with sleeping problems. On the advice of her homeopath, I gave coffea 30c at night for ten nights. I was supposed to administer it each time she woke as well but easier said than done I'm afraid!
Anyway, soonish but not immediately, I noticed that she was only waking one (between three and four) and then resettling til about 7. She has reverted back to old pattern I'm sad to say (after a fall). Lost ability to self settle and waking regularly again. She has been treated for fall with arnica and hypericum and my question is....shall I start coffea again .....even though I had to wait a few days after the course to see improvement....i'm a bit confused. Does this sometimes happen in homeopathy (the "delay" in benefits)? Does anyone have any ideas for the dose? Should she have regular doses throughout the day or just at night. Please help. All replies greatly appreciated.
bels mama on 2005-02-15
Coffea usually used for "busy mind." Thinking keeps one awake. More for adults. The homeopath should have known this. Did you tell him about the trauma?
I think she is still very sore and disturbed. Does she sleep peacefully in the day?
She may need more Arnica. When trauma is still bothering, they get their days and nights mixed up.
Please give her one dose of Arnica each morning and also before bed for two weeks.
I don't think this would be a good time to visit another chiropractor. She will be fearful. Wait until she improves at night and is more cheerful.
There are two other remedies I think of, but Arnica seems right at this time.
Please report every few days.
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