Homeopathy for Bulimia

Definition of Bulimia
Bulimia is often defenir as excessive eating wins, which is hardly satisfied.

We have a collection of homeopathic remedies that can help combat the symptoms of bulimia as exgareda hunger, greed, insatiable hunger, alternating with bulimia, anorexia, bulimia with thirst, weight loss despite ravenous appetite, vomiting etc..

If any of these symptoms, we encourage you to visit a health professional because of the harmful effects that may lead to bulimia.

For more information on these homeopathic remedies click on their name.

Homeopathic Remedies for Bulimia
Cina
Hunger (+++) exaggerated, voracious, insatiable (bulimia), even very soon after eating or vomiting once or unusual times or before or during an intermittent fever or before the chill. Ravenous hunger with great emaciation. Hunger at night in children. Alterna anorexia bulimia.

Hyoscyamus
Bulimia (+++) with violent thirst, but can not swallow, with aversion to water.


Iodum
(+++) Its great feature is the extraordinary and progressive weight loss that occurs in the patient, and can reach the stagnation or atrophy, almost to a skeleton, especially in children and the elderly, and, paradoxically, in open contrast to an inordinate appetite, excessive, continuous, real bulimia, which makes it even hunger is through eating and despite which, increasingly thinner, never satisfied. Often the thinning is accompanied by very weak and faint when climbing stairs. Cachectic states with profound weakness and great emaciation.


Magnesia mur
(+ +) Thirst and frequent violent headaches on awakening. Poor appetite (with bad taste), or bulimia, not knowing what he wants.


Muriatic acid
(+ +) All foods have a sweetish taste. Bulimia and excessive thirst.


Oleander
(+ +) Bulimia (come in a hurry), with diarrhea, or anorexia. Thirst for cold drinks, or no thirst. Nausea, with salivation. Vomiting food or greenish yellow, followed by bulimia, thirst, and great weakness.


Opium
(+) Anorexia or bulimia attacks with loss of appetite and aversion to all food. Burning thirst. Digestion slow and weak. Nausea, retching and vomiting, sometimes with violent gastralgias.


Petroleum
(+ +) Thirst. Bulimia, with early satiety. Ravenous hunger immediately after defecation. Hunger at night, get up to eat.


Staphisagria
(+) Voracity, bulimia, yet having finished eating.


Ribonucleic acid
(+ +) Canine hunger, bulimia, or inappetence. Nausea and vomiting.


Ferrum sulph
Bulimia can not be satisfied, or anorexia. Belching with heartburn, vomiting.

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