Homeopathy is a gentle, holistic treatment suitable for a wide range of conditions.
For the last 200 years, homeopathy has been used worldwide and is still widely trusted today. 15% of UK citizens – around 9 million people – find the answers they are looking for in homeopathy and the World Health Organisation has declared it as the 2nd most used medical system worldwide.
One of the attractions of homeopathy, in addition to the fact that it is gentle, non-addictive yet powerful – is the holistic “whole person” approach where each patient is listened to and treated entirely as a unique individual. Homeopathy is founded on a patient-centered process and users appreciate the time and care taken to understand them in their entirety as opposed to simply focusing on a few symptoms as other medical methodologies do.
People seek help from homeopathy for all sorts of health conditions, but the most common conditions homeopathic treatment is sought for are:
High Blood Pressure
Homeopathy works with your body’s own healing powers to bring about a return to health and wellbeing. Based on the principle of ‘like cures like’, Christine will select the most appropriate medicine based on your individual situation and symptoms.
How can homeopathy help?
Homeopathy helps by viewing each person as unique, experiencing their health issues in ways that are different to others. This means that your homeopath will match your physical sensations together with your emotional state to a remedy (or set of remedies) that are most suited to you as an individual. There are no blanket prescriptions, each case is analysed independently to ensure an individualised approach.
Can you help my health condition?
Firstly, homeopathy is concerned with people rather than conditions. So homeopathy would see all of your health conditions (your hay fever, your PMT, your sinusitis etc) as part of you, not as separate conditions, therefore the homeopathic remedies that would be suitable for you would be ones that have all your health conditions as part of their analysis.