No period in a woman's life is as filled with special concerns as pregnancy and new motherhood. Among the many discomforts and ailments treatable with the homeopathic remedies explained in this book are: For the mother: anemia, back pain, breastfeeding problems, constipation, exhaustion, hemorrhoids, insomnia, morning sickness, post-partum depression, sinusitis, varicose veins, yeast infections For the baby: breathing difficulties, chicken pox, constipation, cough, diaper rash, diarrhea, ear infection, hiccups, mumps, sleep problems, teething pains, vomiting In Homeopathy for Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Baby's First Year, practicing homeopath, Mirando Castro introduces readers to the many safe, effective, inexpensive, and nonmedical remedies that homeopathy has to offer women in this very important period. With reassuring, easy-to-read text, the book explains the principles of homeopathy and tells readers how to select the remedies that correlate to hundreds of common symptoms of physical and emotional distress. The book also offers natural ways to make labor and birth as relaxed as possible, using homeopathic methods. Complete with case histories, materia medica, and supportive and helpful tips throughout, this guidebook offers a wealth of natural-health information every expentant mother should consider.
A Safe, Effective, Natural Alternative to Drugs, Hormones, and Surgery
Author: Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman
Pubpsher: Picnic Point Press
Category: Health & Fitness
A comprehensive, practical, user-friendly guide to homeopathic care for women. Homeopathy is a safe, effective, natural alternative to drugs, hormones and surgery. This book helps a woman treat herself effectively for a wide range of common women's health conditions, while directing her to seek professional help from a competent homeopath when necessary. It also shows her how to find the correct homeopathic medicines for self-treatment and the fifty homeopathic medicines that should be in every woman's home medicine kit.
When an individual has not resolved a negative experience, the stored trauma may lead to such physical problems as high blood pressure, asthma, headaches, gastritis, addictive behavior, and learning disabilities. This book adds form and substance to homeopathic healing, aligning older theories in the Organon with modern psychological theory about how disease takes hold in our body.
Chiefly Devoted to Library Economy and Bibliography
Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
This second edition of this popular resource provides comprehensive information on health maintenance and promotion in the care of women in a primary care setting. Revised and updated content to reflect the latest research and trends including the latest on hormone replacement therapy, the current Bethesda Guidelines for reporting and managing cervical cytology, and new information and guidelines on sexually transmitted diseases. A new chapter is also included on complementary therapies in women's health. Additional topics covered include adolescent women's health, women & sexuality, infertility, breast health, common gynecologic disorders, health during pregnancy and psychosocial health problems. Primary care physicians, family practice physicians, physician assistants, residents, nurse practitioners.