Overview of Children Diseases
Homeopathy is most popular amongst children for its efficacy, safety and easy acceptance. Homeopathy is used and preferred by many. There are many reasons why homeopathy should be given to children for treating disease conditions.
Homeopathic medicines are extremely safe.
No fear of side effects.
Homeopathic medicines are quick and very effective.
When children come down with a cold or the flu, you want to be ready with remedies. Otherwise, you may end up at the doctor’s office with a prescription for an antibiotic that might not be needed. Instead, make your own homeopathic kit and have these six remedies on hand at all times.
Below are the six remedies and the indications for which they are used. They can be taken in the 6, 12, or 30 potencies every hour for acute symptoms and then reduced to three times a day as symptoms subside. If symptoms do not improve in two days, move to another remedy.
Your Child & Homeopathy:
Homoeopathic medications not only relieve common and acute problems of children but also prevent recurrent episodes of ill-health. Recurrent tonsillitis, enlarged adenoids, bedwetting, allergies, asthma, bronchitis, diarrhea, constipation and many more illnesses can be safely and effectively treated with Homeopathy. Emotional and behavioral disorders such as anxiety, depression, defiant or aggressive behaviour can also be treated with Homeopathy.
The biggest advantage of Homeopathy is that the medicines are easy to administer and not bitter. Kids love them as they are small, sweet sugar pills which can be administered directly or can be crushed with the help of spoon and then given to the child. Children willingly and happily take Homeopathy. The amount of lactose content in Homoeopathic medications is so less that it poses no problems even in case of Diabetic children.
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The adenoids are a mass of soft tissue behind the nasal cavity. Like lymph nodes, adenoids are part of the immune system and are made of the same type of lymphoid tissue. The adenoids and tonsils work by trapping germs coming in through the mouth and nose.