By: Rebecca Chandler, BA, DHMHS
Homeopath and Reiki Master
We live in a society that is constantly “ON” and going from one activity to the next. There is no end to the scheduling chaos; whether it’s picking the kids up from school, taking them to hockey, going to the gym, or finishing that big work proposal due tomorrow. On top of our very busy lifestyles, we are also being over stimulated by electronics, social media, and connected to everyone and everything at all times. With very little down time and off time, our habits start to impact our health. Our bodies react to all this by lowering our immune system and ultimately making us feel run down and sick.
Homeopathy is a complete system to medicine designed to re-establish balance and to kick-start the body’s own immune system. Homeopathy was founded in the late 1700s, and ever since then has been one of the leading forms of medicine used globally to treat acute and chronic illnesses.
Homeopaths assert that illness stems from mental and emotional factors (stressors) that we experience in our day-to-day lives. The physical symptoms, like headaches, let us know that something is out of balance or wrecking havoc in the body. It’s a Homeopath’s duty to understand the health of an individual physically, emotionally and mentally. Everyone is different and we don’t all experience life in the same ways. Our symptoms are often a reflection of that. By understanding what makes each person unique, Homeopaths are able to prescribe individualized treatment plans that best suit your needs. It’s important for medicine to be individualized because what works for you might not work for me.
Homeopathic remedies are derived from nature, and are given at a very small dose – making them not only effective, but also safe to take for adults, children, babies, even plants and animals. They don’t interact with other medications and don’t cause harm.
If you are ready to create some more balance in your life style and reclaim your health, contact Rebecca today for your 15-minute free consult.
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