How to continue the treatment of depression and anxiety using homeopathy? Need advice.Hello all.
I am suffering from depression and extreme anxiety disorder.
This is the thread I had created regarding my problem with my personal details and information.
And I am pleased to notify that the remedy recommended - Sulfur - has immensely benefited me.
However, I do not know how to progress from there onward.
I would like to know what steps should I do next.
EDIT : My last reporting on the thread -
As per the recommendation I took Sulphur. And it's been about 20 days.
There were two major issues in my "head". One was a feeling of constant "wound" and another of recurring inflammations / burns. Inflammation has subsided by about 90% and the feeling of wound by about 70-80%. General fatigue level has also reduced by about 50-60%. And passion towards work has started coming back. It has returned to about 30 - 40% of what it used it be. My right foot will constantly shake - which has reduced to almost stable.
However, another major issue of constant anxiety and mind running certain "issues" in a endless loop remains as it is.
Kindly suggest what can I do next? The recommendations has been helpful a lot. So I have become really hopeful in a long time.
PS: In case if this thread is seen as repetitive, please delete it. I have only created it because my last thread is not getting any response.
[message edited by Manushya on Wed, 01 Mar 2017 15:33:44 UTC]
Manushya on 2017-03-01
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