How to overcome fear and anxiety with Homeopathy

How to overcome fear

How to overcome fear and anxiety by matching symptoms to remedies in homeopathy? There are various types of phobias or irrational fears. Homeopathy offers various natural safe remedies that address specific fear or phobias with unique characcteristics. It also offers bach flower remedy for vague unknown fears too.

Why fears causes anxiety?
The anticipation of facing or meeting the imagined fear leads to anxiety pangs. Phobias are fairly common in humans and is an irrational fear of a specific object, situation, often leading to persistent avoidance of the feared object, situation or activity. Women are likely to be twice as likely to develop a phobia than men. Fear can lead to excess worry or anticipation of facing it and that can lead to anxiety. Fear of negative responses in social situations create social phobias (fear of meeting strangers or crowd) or stage phobia. This may be fuelled by traumatic past experiences, a medical condition or even genetic predisposition.

Homeopathy can be highly effective in treating excessive fear related to specific objects and/or situations when symptoms are matched to remedies. In clinical studies they have been found to be effective in reducing phobic fear after follow-up using psychometric assessment.

How to overcome fear and anxiety in different situations?
Know the various kinds of fears or phobias and specific homeopathic remedies as described by a well known Homeopathic doctor below. These will help you in following ways

  • Helps you identify the fear of an object, situation or activity. A homeopathy who hears you during clinical assessment can tell you that
  • The fear is out of proportion to the dangerousness perceived
  • The Patient recognizes the fear as irrational and unjustified with the help of homeopath
  • Patient is able to control the fear and its associated distress with homeopathic treatment
  • Homeopathic treatment will help bring out change in fear pschology through subjective assessment. It leads to facing fears instead of persistent avoidance of the particular object, situation or activity
  • Gradually , the phobias and the phobic object which had become a preoccupation with the patient fades away. Distress and restriction of the freedom of mobility is addressed
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