Grief comes as a natural psychological response to loss, such as when a loved one dies. That is why grief is a vital reaction that helps to say goodbye and to process what has been experienced. Everyone experiences grief in an individual way and must give it the necessary space inside for an appropriate amount of time. Repressing one’s losses rather than coping with them through grief could lead to psychological and physical problems.
Likewise, grief when love relationships break up or friendships break up is a necessary response in order to adjust to new situations.
Homeopathic remedies accompany and support you in a gentle way during the process of coping with grief.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for grief that best suits your situation.
in the event of sudden, unexpected events that will cause great shock and great violence, e.g. B. an unexpected death.
severe mood swings associated with hypersensitivity. Patient cannot get over a loss. Silent sorrow, homesickness, lovesickness. Patient sighs a lot.
in the case of long-lasting grief, which also leads to physical complaints. Patient tends to become depressed, withdrawn, feels guilty and cannot take comfort
Reasons for sadness and grief
- death of a loved one
- professional failures
Grief and grief are often accompanied by the following symptoms:
- Gastrointestinal problems
- muscular tension
- Improvement of symptoms when taking stimulants (nicotine, alcohol)
Cope with grief and grief
But as important as it is to engage in grief and grief to process what happened, it is also important not to get stuck in it for too long. A person needs to see that life can go on well even after a loss. It will help if you put your own grief into perspective by also noticing the losses of others.
Grief in children
Children grieve differently than adults, so their grief can have different faces like
- Dont want to believe it
These feelings are typical signs of grieving children and reflect their inner turmoil and insecurity.
As a rule, children process their grief in several phases :
- defense and denial
- Emotional outbursts (such as anger and crying)
- Conspicuous behavior (especially aggressiveness such as kicking or hitting; screaming)
In order for children to be able to process their grief, it is important to teach them that all their feelings are justified and should not be suppressed. Parental requests such as “don’t cry” or “don’t be angry” are out of place here. Because every child (like every adult) deals with their grief differently. Children need to find their own way and be able to express their feelings, whether it’s anger, aggressiveness, or over-the-top silliness.