Alcoholism :: Alcoholism in the eye of homoeopathy

By nature all the creatures fall prey easily to the temptations. The man is not an exemption. So, human beings have an enormous capacity to damage themselves in pursuit of pleasure, whether through alcohol, drugs, fast driving, smoking heavily, etc. But this pursuit of pleasure does them immense harm. Generally when one realizes the harm after becoming addict to some intoxicant, it becomes very difficult to abstain. This applies in case of addiction to alcohol too. After falling prey to the drinking habit, if one desires to stop it, it become extremely difficult to stop the habit because the insidious effect of alcohol diminishes the will power, which is essential to stop the habit of drinking.

ADHD :: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – ADHD

ADHD refers to a group of symptoms which begin in early childhood and continue into adulthood causing difficulty at home, school and at work. It is the most common behavioural disorder of children and teens. Children or adults suffering from ADHD are restless, hyperactive, impatient, impulsive and inattentive. Boys are diagnosed with ADHD more often than girls. We frequently get little ones, moving around in the chamber, touching different things on the table, opening drawers, not listening to their parents or to the doctor, adults of this disorder can not wait for their turn, they are impatient, all the time enquiring, how long they will have to wait, constantly moving in and out of the waiting room.

Vital Force in terms of Indian Mythology

In Homoeopathy, the concept of Vital Force is most important. If a homoeopathic physician has clear concept of the Vital Force, it is my belief that he will perform his duty as a preserver of health with greatest zeal, and the importance of SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURENTUR and the single, simple and minimum will become very clear to him. In that case he will not be liable to be tempted by the attractive combinations and shortcut formulas.

Homeopathy :: Role of Occupation in Homoeopathy Prescription

Aphorism: 94
“While enquiring into the state of chronic disease, the particular circumstances of the patient with regard to his ordinary occupations, his usual mode of living and diet, his domestic situation and so forth must be well considered and scrutinized to ascertain what there is in them that may tend to produce or to maintain disease, in order there by their removal the recovery may be promoted.”