Depression - Homeopathic Books

A melancholy mood; a feeling of hopelessness or an attitude of dejection. Depression varies from mild forms, which most people experience, to very severe clinical forms that require expert medical treatment.
Although depression can affect the motivation to exercise, it is generally agreed that aerobic activity can protect against and relieve depression.
Aerobic exercise sustained for at least 30 minutes, five times a week, can have remarkable anti-depressant effects.
The reason is unclear, but may be linked to the production of endorphins during exercise, or increased self-esteem and control.

Coccus cacti (Kent's Lectures)
There is a little remedy and will be a relief after the study of so many difficult ones. With fuller proving it will doubtless show itself a deep acting…

Colchicum (Kent's Lectures)
It is rather singular that traditional medicine used Colchicum so much For gout. In all the old books it was recommended for this malady. The provings corroborate the fact…

Ferrum metallicum (Kent's Lectures)
We will take up the study of Ferrum metallicum. The Old School has been giving Iron for anemia throughout all tradition. They have given it in great quantities, in…

Fluoric acid (Kent's Lectures)
It takes a long time for this remedy, in the proving, to develop its symptoms. It is a very deep-acting medicine, and an antipsoric, antisyphilitic and anti-sycotic. It is…

Graphites (Kent's Lectures)
The complaints of Graphites are worse morning, evening and during the NIGHT, especially before midnight. It is useful in people who are morbidly fat, or have been fat and…

Gratiola (Kent's Lectures)
It is a great remedy for nervous prostration; marked lassitude, with mental and bodily weakness. It is closely related to Coffea and Nux vomica and especially useful for the…

Nitric acid (Kent's Lectures)
Great general weakness; feeble reaction; extreme sensitivity, and nervous trembling, are marked features in this remedy. Patients greatly broken by long suffering, pain and sickness, physical more than mental…

Podophyllum (Kent's Lectures)
This remedy is seldom used except in acute affections, but it is a long acting and deep acting drug; it produces a powerful impression on the economy; it relates…

Ranunculus bulbosus (Kent's Lectures)
This buttercup gives off an acrid ethereal vapor very poisonous to such as are sensitive to it, and has been many times mistaken for Rhus poisoning. This common field…

Wyethia (Kent's Lectures)
When in the autumn our hay fever patients report to us with violent symptoms of coryza, great depression of spirits, symptoms worse in the afternoon, easy sweat and languor,…

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