More and more people, from all walks of life, are calling on homeopathy to cure big and small ailments. However, misunderstandings persist about homeopathy and its way of acting. One way to dispel these misunderstandings is to inform oneself, or, in our case, to train oneself. The College offers a wide range of homeopathy courses, from program to individual course.
Due to its great flexibility, homeopathy is used by all kinds of people, from laypersons to doctors. Minor problems can be easily cured at home. However, one must not hesitate to consult for any serious and persistent problems and to ask for the analyzes that will determine the cause of the discomfort. The same common sense rules apply to those who wish to take care of themselves through homeopathy.
Homeopathy is a form of holistic medicine. To treat a discomfort, it takes into account the psychological and physical aspects specific to the person. An example: in classical medicine, a group of people with flu will receive the same diagnosis, and the same treatment, even if the symptoms may vary from person to person and / or if they do not all respond in the same way to treatment. In homeopathy, on the other hand, the practitioner will choose the remedy that best corresponds to the symptoms, so that each person in the same group of people with flu will receive different treatment.
Homeopathic remedies help the person’s immune system to respond. It goes without saying that, as a global modality, anything that negatively affects the body (lack of exercise, negative emotions, stress, poor diet) complicates the action of homeopathic remedies and should be rectified.
Homeopathy, when applied with skill, can act very quickly. It is not suitable for the advocates of the remedy-minute though. It is more suited to the person capable of careful self-observation and who is willing to follow an established treatment. Key benefits include increased wellness, energy and resistance to disease.
The growing popularity of homeopathy is partly due to a reactivism to classical medicine. Most agree that allopathic medicine has improved the health of populations in the past, and still has its place in the present. On the other hand, many realize that traditional medicine can not cure everything and that some of the treatments it offers have side effects that are not negligible. The increasing costs associated with all this greatly industrialized and commercial medicine leave more than one behind. Modalities like homeopathy thus fill this gap between what is accessible and what is salutary. Global medical systems, including homeopathy, are not limited to the symptomatology of malaise; they emphasize on prevention and empowerment of the individual in relation to his condition and treatment.
“In every patient is a doctor, and the best we can do as practitioners is to put the individual in touch with the doctor in himself.” – A. Schweitzer
Take a look at the homeopathy program offered by the Alternative Medicine College of Canada, as well as the courses. Whether you are curiosity-driven or you are willing to help people close to you or you want to make a career out of it, you will find a training adapted to your needs.
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