bromazepam and homepathy remediesdear all,
this is my first post on this forum and i hope ill get some answers from you soon.
i've been taking homeopathy remedies for three weeks now. first i've got phosphorus and combination of rock rose and white chestnut, and after two week my homepathy therapist put me on proteus and nat mur.
but, i've got my symptoms worsen, im pretty agitated all the time and today i took 3 times 1.5mg of bromazepam.
i suffer from panic attacks and anxiety which leads to stomach discomfort, nausea, dizziness... i have it for ten years now.
im preparing for a trip this weekend which makes me agitated even more then usual.
my question here is - can i mix bromazepam three times a day and homeopathic remedies? can it make some side effects, will all those remedies work together if i mix them during the day? i've had real relief when i start homeopathy three weeks ago, but now i feel like im gonna need extra help from bromazepam because of thiis 10days trip, can i take it all together??
i usually never take drugs, but this time i feel like i need it because i've been avoiding travelling for years now and this is going to be important exposure excersise for me and im not sure i can make it only on homeopathy. on the other side, i believe in homeopathy and wanna continue with it and im scared now im gonna ruin possible good effects it had on me in last 3 weeks:(
thanks for answering,
calvin on 2005-08-02
for panic attacks and anxiety why dont u use aconite.i thing it is the best remedy in any emergency.as well as the matter of mixing with allopathic drugs,yes u can do so.old concept has changed now.u can directly put just a drop or 2 on the tongue it will work.thanks.
sajjadakram635 last decade
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