Homeopathic medicine for neurasthenia (& excessive sexual/addiction)?Hello, I am 20 year old male. I suffer from severe neurasthenia. I have been suffering for last 8 years. Symptoms are fatigue, weakness, depression, anxiety, racing thoughts, poor digestion, insomnia, dizziness, irritability, poor concentration/memory, inability to relax, poor sleep, cold hands and feets, overly sensitive, emotional/mood problems, and most troublesome of all- sexual excess (masturbation). I have been diagnosed with bipolar, ocd, anxiety, depression. Normal treatments havd not worked. I am very desperate, suffering terribly, life has been destroyed due to illness. Homeopathy is new to me, only asking for general advice- what is a good homeopathic medicine to lower sexual desire, thoughts, addiction? It is a severe problem, I feel destroyed and I cannot stop this no matter how hard I try. I have read that Staphysagria, Acid Phos, Kali Phos, Nux vomica, Avena sativa, Silicea, Passiflora or Rhus might be good for excessive sexual desire/obsession. Which one might be best for fast relief? Please advise me, thank you.
Eewe on 2017-06-13
♥ kadwa 2 years ago
Eewe 2 years ago
This is a conservative method of dosing.
The remedy may be repeated daily for a month. In this case it becomes an aggressive method of dosing.
Many remedies may be taken at a time as constituents of an integrated similimum. In this case it becomes a highly aggressive unconventional treatment plan.
Please select the method you are comfortable with.
All methods have their plus and minus points.
[Edited by kadwa on 2017-06-19 05:59:26]
♥ kadwa 2 years ago
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