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Anxiety, Anger, Aggression & Politics
a Dangerous Cocktail


The recent slaughter at a youth camp in Oslo and the riots in London and elsewhere are but the most recent manifestations of a destructive out of control anger that seems to be sweeping across Western civilisation. As an onlooker it is disturbing to see incidents of vandalism, gunshot, threats, and politically loaded rhetoric daily on our TV screen. Todays society of rush hour travel, technology failure and turbulent relationships with friends, family and work colleagues add further fuel to breeding emotions of anger.
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In a recent survey for the Mental Health Foundation 28% of adults said they worry about how angry they sometimes feel and 32% have a friend or relative who has a problem dealing with anger. On becoming angry our body releases stress the hormones cortisol and adrenaline which lead to direct physiological impacts on the rest of our body including a rise in blood pressure, sweating, temperature rise and increased heart beat. Anger for most people stays within a healthy and safe range, however, for a small number frequent and intense episodes of anger can seriously interfere with everyday life and lead to destructive behaviour. If you feel that you, or someone you know, falls into the latter category try one of the following remedies:


Lycopodium - For angry outbursts usually at someone more subservient.

Nux vomica - For workaholics who become angry due to impatience

Staphysagria - For sensitive people who suppress their feelings to avoid humiliation or argument.
For detailed and individualised prescriptions please visit your local Homeopathic physician.


Homeopathy Improves the QoL
for Cancer Patients
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Cassical homeopathy can be of benefit to cancer patients in addition to Conventional medication is the verdict of a trail involving 639 cancer patients. They additionally believed that their physical and mental fatigue symptoms had reduced. This suggests that classical homeopathic care could complement conventional cancer care to the benefit of patients. Although the effects of Homeopathy on the quality of life (QoL) in cancer patients has been studied only rarely it remains nevertheless the most popular complementary and alternative medicine modality for cancer patients in seven out of fourteen European countries.

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Homeopathy for
Post Surgery Convalescence

Having surgery whether dental or otherwise can be a stressful, painful and restless time for all those

Involved. Surgical treatment is often accompanied by anxiety and anticipation as well as shock and

injury which can feel as painful as the operation itself. The following Homeopathics are frequently prescribed in such situations

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- this is the first choice remedy for shock and bruising. Take Arnica 30C immediately after surgery, and then whenever you feel necessary. If you find yourself articularly anxious before surgery then take it presurgery as well.

Calendula - is specific for open cuts and wounds and is used externally by applying as a cream or diluted tincture to the area around the incision.

Hypericum - this remedy is predominantly used if you have injuries to the nerves, when the pain shoots along the nerve tracks. Hypericum is often used instead of Arnica, or if Arnica does not work, after operations in areas such as the nose, fingers, toes, eyes, ears or gums

Phosphorous - a remedy to stop excessive bleeding after an operation such as a tooth extraction. In addition it can help alleviate the post-anaesthetic spaced-out feeling.

Staphysagria - consider using this when you feel that the operation has invaded your private space, such as rough dentistry or childbirth involving an episiotomy or forceps delivery. In

addition, Staphysagria is also useful when the pain or scars are slow to heal



Stop Dialing if you can!

Scientists have warned about the excessive use of technology since it restricts the users sense of emotion and dulls  enjoyment of life experiences. It would now appear that the dependency of mobile phones has become so great that when researchers asked participants of their latest study to dispense with their phone for twenty-four hours they felt so bereft that their feelings emulated that of the "phantom limb" suffered by amputees.

A recent investigation into the use of mobile phones discovered that a quarter of the population make eleven or more calls a day and the mobile phone is now a major focus of anxiety dreams in which it is lost or fails to work. The adverse effect to both our physical and emotional state is worrying therefore we must ensure we do not allow ourselves to become all-consumed with the technology surrounding us.


Alternatively for personalised information in order to make a fully informed choice contact


Dr. Peter Darashah

Ph.D.,M.Sc (Lond), B.Sc., DIHom (Pract), FBIH, MARH

Nutrition Consultant & Homeopathic Physician

Tel: +353 (0)87 2621943

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Consultations held at:-
The Natural Health Centre, 34 Princes Str., Cork.

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