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After Effects of Recreactional lifestyle...

More and more men and women, girls and boys are involved in a depressive lifestyle stemming from pollution, stresses, improper parenting and the negative influences that surround us. Recreational drugs are a major result from the pressures of the world colliding into one little pill,poweder, weed... etc.. or so called "reality escape".

Many die, destroy their lives, or end up paralyzed. The lucky ones who come out of this end up with chronic headaches, pressure, nerve problems, muscles tightness, brain fog, anxiety, depression, hopelessness, irritability, confusion, hormonal imbalances is also a major overlooked factor... not to mention organ damage etc...

Would there be a popular, general or even specific set of homeopathic treatment for such a lifestyle, conditions and what are the success rates of the typical treatment outcomes...

I am very interesed and eagerly awaiting a response.

Warmest Regards!!!
  Theonlyexpert on 2005-05-31
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Thanks for the regards but you need to learn more about homeopathy.

There are NO generalised remedies.

ALL remedies need to be related to the character of the individual concerned and his/her genetic inheritance .

On the other hand an interest in Art , history, classical music, philosophy etc may
' open' people up and obviate the morbid cocentration on
passkey last decade

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