Hypochondriaisis is an over whelming fear that something will happen. This fear is severe and persistent, and interferes with work. Hypochondriasis is somewhat similar to obsessive compulsive disorder, because of the obsession with illness and the compulsion to do something to relieve their anxiety.
Indication of B53 Hypochondriacal Drops
Constriction of throat in nervous patients.
Other Indications of B53 Hypochondriacal Drops
Misinterpreting normal body symptoms
Persistent fear of illness despite reassurance of health status.
Action of Ingredients used in B53 Drops
Asafoetida 12x: Irritable; complains of her troubles; sensitive.
Glononium 12x: Confusion, with dizziness. Cerebral congestion. Head feels enormously large, as if skull were too small for brain.
Ignatia amara 30x: Headache as if a nail were driven out through the side. Cramp-like pain over root of nose. Congestive headaches following anger or grief; inclines head forward. Hiccough and hysterical vomiting.
Lachesis 30x: Sad in the morning; no desire to mix with the world. Restless and uneasy; does not wish to attend to business; wants to be off somewhere all the time.
Valeriana off 12x: Changeable disposition. Feels light, as if floating in air. Changeable disposition. Feels light, as if floating in air.
Dosage of B53 Hypochondriacal Drops
10-15 drops should be diluted in water and taken 3 times a day.
Terms and Conditions
Homeopathic products have several uses and should be taken on the basis of symptom similarity. Results may vary depending upon the conditions.
Hypochondriacal Drops is indicated for Suffocation, anxiety, Constant Fear, tension, confusion, Anger. You can take free online consultation on our website for your complaints.by Dr. Anamika Mitra on May 31, 2019
I am having hyperthyroid my Tsh is 0.35 T3 T4 is normal..my one left eye has enlarged.. I don't get sleep at night I get saffocation feeling when I try to sleep ..my bp is 153/90 i would like to take homeopathy medicineReply to this Question
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