Homeopathy for Anorexia

Definition of Anorexia
Abnormal lack of appetite for food, within a depressive, usually in adolescent females, and can be very serious.

We compiled a number of useful homeopathic remedies to combat the symptoms of anorexia (weight loss, weakness, anemia, starvation alternating with anorexia, anorexia of alcoholics, anorexia with repugnance to food, nausea, vomiting, anorexia before or during the menstruation) These remedies are not necessarily associated with anorexia whose cause is the fear of weight gain, but may be due to other causes. Within the various symptoms that appear in these remedies, the homeopath will choose the most suitable taking into account individual patient characteristics.

For any type anorexic disorder utilize a health professional to receive the best treatment. For more information sobe these homeopathic remedies click on their name.

Homeopathic Remedies for Anorexia
Lobelia inflata
() Anorexia. Frequent regurgitation, sour and hot, with sense of constriction in the epigastrium. Heartburn. Frequent hiccups and violent. Lightheadedness, weakness and an indescribable feeling in epigastrium vl, excessive use of tea or snuff. Gastric disorders with excessive nausea and vomiting. Nausea and vomiting of pregnancy with sialorrhea.

() Progressive thinning with or without fever hits, but always accompanied by anorexia and constipation. Tuberculosis at the beginning.
() Anorexia absolute.

() The most important feature of China is its etiologic indication, in disorders of consequence, or from, large or prolonged losses of animal fluids, especially bleeding in people before and now weakened by robust these downloads depletion, and also by excessive and prolonged lactation, diarrhea, sweating, oozing, wet dreams, and so on. Anemia after bleeding.

() Anorexia. Intense thirst. Violent hiccough, painful, worse at night.
Sensation of gastric emptying, hunger, fullness after eating. Belching acid and bitter. Nausea in morning. Gastric pressure, belching better.

() Canine hunger, alternating with anorexia. Satiety easy. Insatiable thirst or absent. Belching or spitting up after eating, spitting mouthfuls of food without nausea, emptying the stomach, and this is repeated every time you eat.

Eupatorium perfoliatum
() Anorexia of drinkers.

() Anorexia. Gastralgia improving after lunch, eating, belching, lying left side, legs drawn up and taking hot milk, and is aggravated by pressure and movement. The stomach does not tolerate anything except boiling liquid. Bilious vomiting with headache.

Asarum europoeum
() Nausea in fits or constant (Ipecac), worse after eating, with clean tongue, nausea and vomiting of pregnancy. Horrible sensation of pressure in the epigastrium when you wake in the morning, in alcohol or after a night when you drank a lot. Anorexia, nausea until given food. Belching tasteless, or putrid, or acids, with regurgitation. Burning. Vomiting with great anguish and effort, with chills.

() Anorexia. Sensation of gastric emptying after eating with aversion to food, such as laziness or fainting.

() Anorexia. Sed. Belching or regurgitation watery and offensive. Disgust, nausea with vomiting tendency. Feeling of emptiness or languor in the stomach immediately after eating. Nausea and vomiting with aromatic odor of breath, or acetonemico.

() Thirst with aversion to water and any drink. Anorexia with repugnance to any food. Heartburn. Gastralgia burning.

Aletris farinosa
() Anorexia, with aversion to food and indigestion easy with gastric heaviness. Obstinate vomiting of pregnancy. Nausea, better by drinking coffee.

Ferrum Phosphoricum
() Great physical and mental prostration. Aversion to physical effort. In young people with varicose veins. In elderly. In frail children with anorexia, numbness, loss of strength and weight. Great emaciation. Seizure with fever in teething.

Fluoric acid
() Great appetite, always hungry, or anorexia. Satiety. Sed.

Calcarea phos
() Anorexia before or during menstruation. Excessive appetite with weight loss. Vomiting for ice cream. Nausea after smoking or drinking coffee. Sensation of stomach hanging. Sensation of emptiness in the epigastrium. Flatulence eructation gastric acids. Acidity, heartburn.

() Anorexia. Thirst eat large amounts of water. Nausea and vomiting foamy yellow or greenish, bitter, hot foods or by eating plenty of fluids.

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