Safe and effective treatments even for new born babies
Under current legislation I am only allowed to mention conditions which are backed by research. Homeopathy and NAET both treat the individual, not the named disease, so may be able to help with conditions not listed here. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to know how treatment can help your child.
Babies respond extremely well to homeopathic treatment and it is gentle even for treating new-borns. NAET is also available for babies and children who can be treated safely.
- Colic, wind and constipation are often the result of food allergies and intolerances. Testing using NAET techniques can identify the problem foods and with treatment the allergies can be eliminated or an exclusion diet can be followed.
- Ear infections¹
- Colds and respiratory tract infections²
- Allergies to milk or foods using NAET
I use NAET and homeopathy to treat a wide range of childhood conditions. These can range from allergies, coughs³ and colds² to chronic conditions such as digestive problems4 and sleeping difficulties5.
For children who suffer from behavioral problems, such as ADHD, a combination of homeopathy6 and NAET is ideal. Food intolerances are often a critical factor in behaviour and these can be treated with NAET, whilst research shows the efficacy of homeopathy in treatment.
As with all holistic treatment, it is the individual who is being treated, not the disease.
References to support the use of homeopathy in childhood illness:
1. Jacobs J, Springer DA, Crothers D. Homeopathic treatment of acute otitis media in children: a preliminary randomized placebo-controlled trial. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 2001; 20: 177–183.
2. Maiwald VL, Weinfurtner T, Mau J, Connert WD. Treatment of common cold with a combination homeopathic preparation compared with acetylsalicylic acid. A controlled, randomized single-blind study. Arzneimittelforschung 1988; 38: 578–582.
Steinsbekk A, Fønnebø V, Lewith G, Bentzen N. Homeopathic care for the prevention of upper respiratory tract infections in children: a pragmatic, randomized, controlled trial comparing randomized homeopathic care and waiting-list controls. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2005; 13: 231–238.
3. Bordes LR, Dorfman P. Evaluation of the antitussive effect of Drosetux syrup: double-blind study versus placebo. Cahiers d’ORL 1986; 21: 731–734.
4. Jacobs J, Jimenez LM, Gloyds SS, et al. Treatment of acute childhood diarrhea with homeopathic medicine; a randomized clinical trial in Nicaragua. Pediatrics 1994; 93: 719–725.
Jacobs J, Jimenez LM, Malthouse S, et al. Homeopathic treatment of acute childhood diarrhoea: results from a clinical trial in Nepal. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 2000; 6: 131–139.
5. Waldschütz R, Klein P. The homeopathic preparation Neurexan vs. valerian for the treatment of insomnia: an observational study. Scientific World Journal 2009; 8: 411–420.
6. Frei H, Everts R, von Ammon K, et al. Homeopathic treatment of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a randomized, double blind, placebo controlled crossover trial. European Journal of Pediatrics 2005; 164: 758–767.