help! excessive facial sweating and possible nat mur overdose/wrong remedy....Hello,
I am new here and new to homeopathy.
I have suffered with excessive facial sweating for as long as I can remember, other members of my family suffer also. I am an adviser in a health food store so have tried many herbs/vitamins and I eat a fairly immaculate high raw food diet I felt I was running out of avenues so i tried taking nat mur in the biochemic form as I thought it sounded very much like me and well suited to my problem.
The sweat is mainly on my face, it is aggravated by heat, anxiety and phisical exertion, and sometimes by nothing. More recently I have started to sweat all over at night, however this is kept in check by vitamins or herbs now.
The skin on my face is also prone to breakouts, itt can be radiently clear but then gets worse whenever I stray from my 'perfect' diet.
I am a performer (I sing) and my problem is beggining to ruin my chances to carry on doing this, which is sad as it is something I have always done and I love. Anyways, I have been taking nat mur 6x 4tablets 3 times a day for about 5 days now and as of yesturday I have a horrible headache and feeling of mucous in my head, throat, eyes and ears. It is a familiar feelling (however I hardly ever get headaches) so I don't know if I am re-living some childhood symptoms or if I have taken the wrong remedy or too much of the right remedy??!
Any thoughts would be most helpful. Apolagies for the long message
riverthames on 2010-12-23
My advice would be to stop self-prescribing, and present your case on the forum here to see if one of the homoeopaths can help you.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
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