Tantrums and Homeopathy
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Temper tantrums are no fun - for the child or the parent! Tantrums,
anger and rage are a way that your child shows you they are under too much
stress and can't deal with the situation. It is up to you as the
parent to mitigate and reduce their stress with enough sleep, naps, proper diet
and lifestyle choices that support a holistic approach to balance the demands of
a busy family life with the needs of your child.
There are many triggers for tantrums including the child being too tired, too
hungry, over heated, over stimulated, or with an overwhelmed sensory system.
Often times temper tantrums can be triggered by periods of rapid growth and
development, thus the "terrible two's" and the "terrible teens" are key times in
a child's life where tempers can flare out of control. Chronic and
repeating rage and temper tantrums will need the advice of a
professional homeopath, but for the occasional acute
temper tantrum flaring up (including with adults in this state), once again, we
have homeopathy to the rescue!
Homeopathic Remedies for Temper Tantrums
Sensitivity as a
result from anger. Big reactions including
throwing the head back, arching the back in children. Irritable raging and
screaming. Excessive irritability and impatience specially in children.
Anxiety and anger.
Inability to calm down.
Overstimulation (think of someone who has had TOO
MUCH coffee and is wired and tired!). Inability to relax. The mind races. Jittery thoughts
irritability. Very reactive even with the smallest pain. Increased sensitivity to
light, sound, touch, noise, odors, will aggravate.
Gastrointestinal complaints, bloating, stomach aches. Typically
more fearful, cowardly and insecure. May appear confident and self-assured, but
will worry about how they are perceived and
judged by others. Fear of failure. Having someone nearby alleviates anxiety.
Irritable, peevish, cross behavior.
For over indulgence. Too much junk
food, too much sugar, too much over stimulation (including overuse of alcohol
for adults), also jet lag. Too stress, pressure,
work, school pressures for children. Irritability and anger. Gastrointestinal issues such as gas, bloating, constipation and diarrhea. Similar
to Lycopodium, but with more intensity of the anger. Can be explosive melt