Homeopathy Awareness Week (HAW) is a celebration of homeopathy as a patient-centred system of medicine which works! Homeopathy Awareness Week takes place from 10-16 of April, at the same time as the homeopathic community, practitioners and patients, celebrate the birthdate of Samuel Hahnemann, homeopathy’s founder, and promote the benefits of homeopathy.
During Homeopathy Awareness Week, practitioners across the country organise free talks, or other promotional events, which give you information about homeopathy. You will have a chance to find out more about homeopathy, and hear from patients for whom homeopathy has made a profound difference to their health and wellbeing.
We are all very different, and when become ill, we experience our dis-ease in different ways. We might have similar physical symptoms to a particular condition, for example sneezing and a runny nose when we have a cold, but our reaction to that cold will be different. Some people will just carry on as usual and regard the physical symptoms as a minor inconvenience, whereas others might react totally differently and feel sad or despondent, or irritable and bad-tempered.
During the consultation, a homeopath will seek to understand these differences, and make a bespoke prescription tailored to your specific needs. An appropriate homeopathic medicine is selected according to your presenting symptoms, both physical and emotional, with the aim of supporting and enhancing your body’s natural ability to heal.
Homeopathy is a system of natural healthcare which works! Have you tried it yet?
Here are a few interesting facts about homeopathy:
- Homeopathy helps an estimated 450 million people across the world each year
- Homeopathy can help people to improve their overall health, especially if they are suffering from chronic or complex conditions. Some outcomes based studies suggest that up to 70% of patients questioned, reported improvement to their health following homeopathic treatment.
- Homeopathy can be used together with other forms of medicine
- Homeopathic medicines are prepared in a special way to make them safe, and they produce little or no unwanted reactions.
- Because homeopathy is a natural form of medicine, it is safe for everyone; this includes new babies, small children, adults, women during pregnancy, and the elderly.
- Homeopathy has been part of NHS provision since 1948.
- There is lots of evidence which shows that homeopathy works
Homeopathy Awareness Week the perfect time to try homeopathy for yourself.
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