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Homeopathy

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Homeopathy was developed in the 18th century by German physician Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843).

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Homeopathy works with the body’s own recovery systems to help the person get well naturally.

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In homeopathic theory, disease is seen as originating not originally because of pathogens like viruses or bacteria, but because of a disruption in the “vital force” or life energy of the individual.

Therefore, in homeopathic theory, colloidal silver or antibiotics or hot herbal compresses or whatever you use to “kill germs” will not cure you.
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Homeopathic remedies help your body correct the underlying reason,s for the disease. So rather than treating the symptoms as “modern western” medicine does, it treats the person.

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Today dental practice has become very high-tech and invasive. In some ways working against the body.
Using homeopathy, dentists are able to perform much more gentle treatment, creating much less anxiety and trauma in the process.
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Homeopathy will also aid the recovery process, reducing the intensity, and length of any swelling, bleeding or discomfort you may feel.
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On the HISTORY of Homeopathy:

All people have inherited weaknesses and susceptibilities with which they are born. In Hahnemann´s theory these are known as “miasms.” Some of these predispositions are genetic tendencies to certain conditions such as hip dysplasia or allergies. Some are behavioural; others are neurological.
Miasms can also be contracted after birth, from infectious diseases, suppressive treatments, and other causes.
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One child might be born who is sensitive to vaccines, while another has no reaction from them, but may be unable to tolerate certain foods, or pollens, or perhaps has an inherited weakness in his eyes.
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In the book you´ll discover a broad variety of homeopathic remedies (more than five pages) for use in dentistry and way beyond. You´ll also find different was to practice homeopathy ….

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Your Jaw and Skull

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Here is where you get an understanding of the mechanics of your body. For example how a high filling in your tooth can upset the delicate balance of your bite which in turn may create symptoms elsewhere in your body. These symptoms will be difficult to resolve until you are seen by someone who understands the nature of such conditions.

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A very important part, if not the most important, in this balance is your Temporo Mandibular Joint (TMJ). This joint of the jaw helps you move your jaw up and down, left and right, forward and backwards. You have one on each side, working in unison. Only the mandible, the lower part of your jaw, that moves during those motions. . . .

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The TMJ is no doubt affected by almost every other part of your body hence can cause all kinds of problems such as head ache, tooth ache, neck or shoulder pain and even back pain or hamstring problems.

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If you have pain in this joint or it doesn´t function as it should whether this is due to muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels or other associated tissues, you are suffering from a Temporo-Mandibular-Disorder or –Dysfunction. It even involves your neck, your back, shoulders and even your legs, well actually your whole body.

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Some say, the TMJ is the headquarter of the body´s balance mechanism. If the jaw doesn´t close properly because of mal occluded teeth, the balance mechanism is forced to adapt.

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However, because it´s under constant stress, the brain is pumping out lots of hormones like noradrenalin and serotonin. This sensitizes the autonomic nervous system, making the patient vulnerable to any other stressors like bad diet or emotional problems. So depression could be linked to TMJ dysfunction.

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You will also discover how TMJ disorders are diagnosed and what kind of treatments are around.

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