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Rubric for Losing your mind!

Hello All,

Wanted to find out what rubric you would use for a situation where you do a lot of stupid things, make stupid mistakes. For example, 'putting your shoes in the fridge,' 'looking for food in the bathroom.'

Now I don't actually follow through in those things, I catch myself, but I have been doing a lot of silly things like that and just don't feel as mentally sharp as I usually am. Find myself having to have people repeat themselves multiple times.

Has come along with a cold, sore throat, sinus congestion, sneezing, get thick yellow stuff out in the morning, coughing. Off and on ear aches and itching of the ears. Very tired, physically, mentally.
  Herbalguy451 on 2012-04-12
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Kali phos 6X 4 tabs thrice daily at morning, noon and night 30 min after meal.

Aconite nap 200c 2 drops at night before 30 min from meal with a cup of water.

Take the remedies 5 days and then reply he here.

Dr. Showrav
Dr. Showrav 7 years ago
I am not convinced there is really enough to make a decision about a remedy. If this has come on as part of an acute, then it will likely cure itself regardless of any treatment you take, as if often the case with acutes.

However, if it is part of some underlying problem surfacing during the acute, then it may be appropriate to look at long term treatment.
[message edited by brisbanehomoeopath on Sun, 15 Apr 2012 07:20:04 BST]
brisbanehomoeopath 7 years ago

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