MELBOURNE - ESTABLISHED 1948
Glen Iris Victoria 3146
Anthony von Moger - B.Hlth Sci (Nat) A.N.T.A F805191 - Homeopath
Overeating and drinking place strain on the digestive system and are a major cause of the discomfort of indigestion. Symptoms are heartburn, wind, cramping, hiccoughs and sometime nausea. The problem will often ease itself without a remedy, however, it can become a chronic condition if not treated seriously.
Indigestion has been treated by homeopathy.
Indigestion requires detailed specific prescribing of the "right" homeopathic remedy.
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|Bryonia - 'Heavy stone' feeling in the stomach comes on soon after food, with heartburn, nausea and faintness. The mouth fills with foul tasting fluid. Person gulps down cold drinks, feels worse for pressure or slightest movement, but better for lying on their back.|
|Lycopodium - Many Lycopodium types have a fundamental weakness in the digestive system and a tendency toward anxiety. You may have a sweet tooth and eating just a little can create a sensation of fullness. Often heartburn - a feeling of burning rising from the stomach - can be a problem. Wind and muscle cramps are common. Avoid eating beans and cabbage, which cause flatulence.|
|Nux vomica - The typical Nux vomica type loves good food and drink and is rather prone to over-indulging. The food lies like a great load in your stomach, resulting in hiccoughs, heartburn and nausea. You know that if only you could vomit, you would feel better, but somehow this is not possible. Nux vomica is also known as a good hangover remedy.|
|Pulsatilla - Attacks of heartburn and indigestion are brought on by rich foods, beginning 2 hours after eating, attacks worse in the evening. Feelings of pressure under the breastbone, pounding heart, bad taste in mouth, headache around eyes, nausea with or without vomiting and the person feels weepy.|