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Natrum Muriaticum dose for anxiety

Natrum Muriaticum describes me exactly. I have anxiety about everyday life mostly in a relationship. I dwell on unhappy thoughts.. Am afraid to get close to people and when I do I push them away. I'm afraid to trust people because of being hurt in the past. I try to deal with things alone internally until I finally break down. Wondering what dose I should take. Thank you
  1guyver2 on 2013-06-13
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Nat mur 200 weekly one dose pl repeat only if required
akshaymohl 9 years ago
Thanks for your reply. What's the difference between taking a large dose once a week to a small amount daily?
1guyver2 9 years ago
If you take daily proving may be there and weekly dose will cure you
akshaymohl 9 years ago
1guyver2 9 years ago
Hi- getting the remedy in the right potency and right amount
of doses is very important. The rule is when a remedy starts
to work, you do not take more bc you overdose and that
brings back the symptoms that you wanted to erase. You wait
and only take more when you are at a standstill or going backward.

If you take too much you will bring your old symptoms back.

If you look up nat mur on the remedies shop you will see
it has many symptoms and it is used for many things. Taking
too much can also bring in symptoms you never had before,
which is called 'proving' the remedy.
simone717 9 years ago
Thanx for clarification
akshaymohl 9 years ago
simone717 9 years ago

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