Evocationer Grief, Fatigue, Anxiety, HeadachesOkay, so as I had said in my first thread, I have become very interested in homeopathy as I think it can perhaps help me on a level that other forms of treatment cannot.
To begin with, my Uncle who I was very close to passed away a little over a year ago (in May 2014). Ever since then I have been grieving and still do not feel like I am over it. I am someone who almost never gets headaches, but have had recurring headaches off and on ever since. The headache is typically worse upon first waking.
I tend to be a nervous person, and have had anxiety for quite some time. I am currently on allopathic medications for anxiety, acid reflux, and IBS.
I would say the anxiety definitely increased as well after my Uncle passing. He had been a big part of my life and had helped me and my family on several occasions, and the thought of him suddenly being gone, in addition to making me extremely sad, also made the anxiety much worse. That part seems to have calmed down some now as circumstances have improved, but I do not feel I am over the grief yet.
I have a genetic bone condition as well and have had many fractures and about 10 to 12 surgeries in my life, though right now my condition is pretty stable. I am in a wheelchair full-time, but I have not had any injuries in quite some time.
My first thought was Ignatia Amara because of its efficacy with grief, but I am not sure if that is the best course of action and am unsure of the potency. Please let me know if you can give me some guidance when you get a chance. Thanks.
wyatt415 on 2015-06-02
wyatt415 8 years ago
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