These are the words I hear most often from women who step into my practice struggling with their health.
Whether it’s because of hormonal changes such as period problems, the menopause, after having a baby, after coming off the pill, prolonged sickness or chronic pain – we all know when we are just not functioning at our best.
Sometimes there’s a clinical diagnosis that tells you why you’re feeling that way, but more often than not, you don’t have one, or it’s not making a difference in resolving the health issue……. so you’re left with a niggling problem that you can’t quite explain.
You’ve most likely visited the doctor, got your bloods checked and discussed your symptoms in that brief 10-15 minute window, but you come away berating yourself for not quite articulating your point better in that short window of time.
I understand it’s also distressing that the solutions offered to you don’t always feel quite right. Try another contraception pill to resolve the mood swings or take antidepressants so you don’t feel so blue. Or what’s the long term outcome of taking more painkillers for “pain management” instead of getting to the root cause of the problem?
So you’re taking things into your own hands and it’s a trip to the health store to stock up on more multivitamins, more supplements or relaxing oils to see if that will give a boost. You even join a Yoga or Pilates class to see if that will help. You’re doing your best but it’s not happening! No matter what you try, it feels like you are not getting to the root problem. So now what? What next? What’s so different about homeopathy?
I get it – I believe you and I want to explore that more. This is one of the most wonderful aspects of homeopathy in that we take a holistic approach to your health and how you feel is key!
We respect that you instinctively know when something is not right.
That nagging feeling or those symptoms that seem to have appeared for no apparent reason are signposts and red warning lights that your health is out of balance on some level.
We don’t always need to have a “disease label” to help you.
By treating the individual and not the disease many ailments can be helped effectively with homeopathy. In other words, we can help people who are experiencing symptoms that do not necessarily fall into a particular “disease category”, such as feeling hormonal, chronic fatigue, feeling apathetic, feeling out of touch or ‘just not feeling like yourself’.
We make time to listen to you.
In our first consultation, we discuss how you are feeling and what is going on for you. It’s an easy gentle conversation. We make time to try and understand and get to the root cause of the problem.
It’s a safe non-judgemental space to explore and discuss your challenges.
We discuss your medical and family history, energy levels, sleep patterns, mood changes, anxieties and how you react to stress. Believe it or not, symptoms you may think of as unusual or unimportant are often of great value to us homeopaths!
With all this information I’m able to get a broad overview, not just about your presenting complaint, but also you as a person. This helps me gain a balanced perspective of where your health is at and where you are most struggling and feeling stuck.
We prescribe based on your unique needs – not one pill fits all.
Based on the information gathered, I draw up a personalised prescription and prescribe a remedy or remedies specific to your needs to help your body re-balance and restore order.
I know we have achieved great things for my client when I hear those simple words – “I’m back. I feel like myself again”.
If you are ready to take the next step towards recovery or would like to know if I can help you, why not book a free 15-minute clarity call or send me an email with your details. I’d be delighted to chat to you.
Consultations available: Dublin 2, Dublin 12, Ireland & Worldwide Via SKYPE
Eileen Scullion of Homeopathy-Healing is a Registered Homeopath LicISH ISHom with the Irish Society of Homeopaths (The Regulatory Body for the Homeopathic Profession which is recognized by the Department of Health and Children and works on the National Working Group towards an integrated Health System).