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Homoeopathic Remedies: For Middle and Old Age

Homoeopathic Remedies: For Middle and Old Age
Item Code: IDG991
Author: Dr. Keith Souter
Publisher: Orient Paperbacks
Edition: 1997
ISBN: 8122201776
Pages: 224
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.5" X 5.5"
From the Back of the Book

More and more people have been turning to homoeopathy for a gentler approach to their health problems. Indeed, for many people either approaching middle age, or in their mid life, it is an ideal method of treatment which accepts reduced physiological functioning of body systems which accompany ageing.

The book outlines the principles of this gentle approach and covers 57 of the commonest and most beneficial remedies for people in their middle and later life; remedies and treatments and are gentle and safe, and do not further strain the body systems. It recognize and that age-related positive health must necessarily minimize the use of drugs and veer away from the bio chemical to bio physical.

About the Author

Dr. Keith Souter, MB, ChB, MHMA, is a practicing GP, homoeopathic physician, part time University teacher and a medical journalist.

Introduction 7
Part One Homoeopathy-The Gentle Medicine
Chapter One The Ageing Process 11
Chapter Two The Vital Force 20
Chapter Three How Homoeopathy Works 28
Chapter Four Types of Constitutions 40
Chapter Five Catering for Individual Needs 47
Part Two Tackling Problems of Middle and Old Age
Chapter Six Changing Attitudes 61
Chapter Seven Insomnia 72
Chapter Eight Failing Senses 76
Chapter Nine Coping with Pain 81
Chapter Ten Arthritis and Rheumatism 90
Chapter Eleven Disorders of the Heart and Lungs 96
Chapter Twelve Abdominal Ailments 102
Chapter Thirteen Urinary Problems 108
Chapter Fourteen Women and Menopause 112
Chapter Fifteen Skin Troubles 117
Chapter Sixteen Faints, Falls and Shocks 123

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