Creating Waves of Awareness
Alzheimer and Dementia were most difficult cases for me to tackle
successfully. Subjective symptoms were scarce, I had to depend upon
objective symptoms and the past history. Success rate was minimal.
Consequently, I thought to invite the experiences of my fellow
Homeopaths to share their experiences, for the benefit of sufferers of
Turning On Lights to Stop Neurodegeneration:
The Potential of Near Infrared Light Therapy in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease are the two most common neurodegenerative disorders. They develop after a progressive death of many neurons in the brain. Although therapies are available to treat the signs and symptoms of both diseases, the progression of neuronal death remains relentless, and it has proved difficult to slow or stop. Hence, there is a need to develop neuroprotective or disease-modifying treatments that stabilize this degeneration. Red to infrared light therapy (λ = 600–1070 nm), and in particular light in the near infrared (NIr) range, is emerging as a safe and effective therapy that is capable of arresting neuronal death. Previous studies have used NIr to treat tissue stressed by hypoxia, toxic insult, genetic mutation and mitochondrial dysfunction with much success. Here we propose NIr therapy as a neuroprotective or disease-modifying treatment for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's patients.
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Homöopathischer Sonntag - Das grosse Vergessen (Alzheimer) Andreas Krüger 3 CD's
Der Herausgeber schreibt:
Das große Vergessen - Alzheimer und andere demenzielle Syndrome
über die Homöotherapie der Sklerose, Vergesslichkeit und Lernschwäche
Die Homöopathischen Sonntage sind eine seit vielen Jahren regelmäßig jeden Monat an der Samuel-Hahnemann-Schule in Berlin stattfindende Veranstaltung, in denen ein halber Tag (fünf Stunden) einem einzigen Arzneimittel, einem theoretischen oder praktischen Thema umfassend gewidmet ist. Diese Veranstaltung besteht zumeist aus einer zum Thema passenden Meditation und Trance, Fallbeispielen, einer Übersicht über das Mittel/Thema und einem abschließenden - ebenfalls zum Thema passenden - Märchen. Diese Sonntage sind berühmt, nicht zuletzt weil an ihnen die besten der Krügerschen Seelenreisen stattfanden, die Sie auch großenteils in unseren Büchern und auf den Trancen-CDs wiederfinden.
Die Aufzeichnungen wurden vom Symbolon-Verlag (Frankfurt) bearbeitet und herausgegeben, geschmückt mit passenden Motiven und Bildern aus dem Symbolon-Verlag.
74. Homöopathischer Sonntag, Samuel-Hahnemann-Schule Berlin, 3. September 2000
Thanks a lot Debby.
Since in such cases, the patients can't narrate their symptoms, so subjective symptoms are always scarce. Similarly Rubrics Loss of memory, Insomnia etc are the common symptoms for this disease, hence are of no value. In order to individualize the cases, I had my own difficulties. Some of the cases, past history, family history and causation could help me, yet I struggled in curing Alzheimer/Dementia. Close monitoring is a must in such cases, but the attendants, normally get fed up and get immune to the surroundings of such patients and become less observant over the passage of time, hence it becomes more difficult to access the progress of the cases and further course of action. Seen the video, as usual, it arouses our sympathies towards the sufferers.
Hello Sushil !
I have two resent cases of successful treated dementia - maybe my account can be helpful?
Both cases were referred to me by their daughters, who are my patients. that made it easy for me too choose a form of anamnesis, that provided the otherwise difficult to attain information: I made the anamnesis with the relatives. they could provide enough data of the earlier general symptoms and of the characteristic mental symptoms to find a polycrest. The effect was a clear betterment.
The first case, a very elderly lady, with worsening senility who was not able to maintain a conversation on the phone any more, regained ability for that — a very important aspect for the children, who are busy and would like to have more contact than personal visits. Her depressed mood got much better too and she started a process of reconciliation. 2 years later she died with good spirits.
The second case is a lady with progressing senility, who had a tendency of falling too, and got a lot of bruises and injuries as a consequence of that. Like the first case, she lost ability of maintaining a telephone conversation and as her daughter lived far away this was crucial. She started to be suspicious of the health service personal that came to her house — typical for senility.
i was able to find a polycrest that matched her former personality and her actual problems and she got very much better. She did not fall any more — not a single time, she was not suspicious any more and phone contacts were meaningful again.
She was already assigned for an institution for elderlies when I had started treatment. When she finally got moved there, she was already so much better that she now is the best functioning patient there and if the visitation procedure would have been made later, she would not have been admitted, as only the very sick get a place.
So she is in high spirits, rolling around with her rollator even outside the institution so the personal "chase" her in the surroundings to get home again — she says, that personal makes too much fuss and she of course finds her way back on her own.
I did nothing else than taking an anamnesis with the relatives as good as possible and find a remedy from the most persistent generalities in her life and from the actual symptoms. If there were some clear mentals, I took them too.