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What are some common OCD treatments in homeopathy for severe cases?
Obsessive-compulsive disorder hampers the patient’s quality of life. Natural homeopathic remedies have zero side effects and they can be of great help when treating this condition. Consisting of natural ingredients, homeopathic remedies focus on treating the root of the issue and work towards total treatment. This makes them better at treating OCD than allopathy. Some of the best homeopathy medicines for treating severe OCD include: • Arsenicum Album: This helps deal with thoughts of death in OCD patients. No longer does the patient have to worry about jumping out of bed and moving here and there with anxiety. • Argentum Nitricum: This natural medicine treats OCD patients who have persistent impulsive thoughts. These impulsive thoughts manifest in different ways and makes the patient very restless and anxious. • Nux Vomica: This homeopathic remedy is ideal for people who want to compulsively put everything in order. Nux vomica is used to treat patients who are angry and oversensitive. • Natrum Muriaticum: A natural remedy for treating OCD patients obsessed with the idea that thieves may break in and repeatedly check doors. • Silicea: Silicea is the best course of treatment for OCD patients who have persistent thoughts of pins and being scared of pins, counting, collecting and looking for pins again and again. • Calcarea Carbonica: OCD patients who persistently think they are going insane or mad can take this homeopathic remedy to prevent mental exhaustion.
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