Homeopathic Remedies For Impotence
Article posted on July 27, 2012 and it has been read by 1204 people
Men are known to lead more stressful lives than women and are often very much unaware of their health conditions. Consequently, by the time they seek medical help for their health conditions, things become serious. Because of the high level of consumption of alcohol and drugs, a large of men becomes victims of impotence these days.
It is known to all of us that, impotency is actually the inability of a man to maintain the state of erection for a time long enough for a couple to engage themselves in normal sexual intercourse. There are a number of factors which can lead to a person being impotent, some of the common factors being, emotional stress and depression, dietary factors, consumption of alcohol, drugs and cigars, and the level of physical fitness.
The holistic treatment of homeopathy is based on the principle that diseases can be cured by drugs that produce the same effects as the symptoms of the disease. Homeopathy medicines work the same way as the vaccines do in preventing infection and illness. Homeopaths are very frequently found to treat patients suffering from anxiety, fear of failure, headaches associated with stress and high blood pressure - some of the quite common reasons of impotence.
As far as temporary difficulties related to impotency is concerned, homeopathic remedies do go a long way to help in solving the problems. But, it must however be noted that if the problem is consistent or recurring, an experienced homeopath practitioner needs to be consulted. Under the guidance of an experienced practitioner and his constitutional remedy may help the person in restoring the balance in his/her system, both emotionally as well as physically.
These days, homeopathy offers some excellent medicines to treat this condition. But for the purpose of getting a proper treatment done, it is necessary for a homeopath to probe his patient and unveil the psychological reasons behind the condition. A detailed case history of the person is necessary, which includes not only his sexual history, but also his general medical history, physical and mental cycles and the like.
It will not be an easy task for the practitioner to give his patient a full proof long term results if he is unable to ascertain as to 'What went wrong' with the person. Along with medication such patients need psychological counseling, especially if there are depressive traits present in the patient's behavior.
Some of the medicines commonly indicated in such conditions are agnus-castus, argentum-nit, china, conium, lycopodium, acid-phos, picric-acid, sabal-serr., selenium, strychninum, yohibinum, kali-brom, arnica, baryta-carb, Nux Vomica etc. The selection of medicine varies from case to case, and so do the results.
Homeopathy medicines have so far been claimed to be the safest; safer than the allopath or the synthetic medicines. It is true that these medicines hardly give rise to any side effects. Homeopaths claim that the medication is safe because the key ingredients are present in minimum quantities.
Very often we come across a rise in symptom or a particular disease with the intake of homeopathy medicine. But it must be remembered that this is the initial reaction of the medication and is a part of the remedial measure.
In homeopathy, the medicine and its effects get absorbed directly by the tongue. As such, while under the homeopath's treatment, people are generally advised to avoid food intake of raw onions, anything sour, coffee, camphor and other advised things.