Homeopathy and emotional disorders in children during covidian-19 pandemic

Authors

  • Renata Rodrigues Garcia Lino Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Maria Solange Gosik Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Maria Filomena Xavier Mendes Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Isabella Sebusiani Duarte Takeuti Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Silvia Grosso Esher Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Danielle Barbas Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Giselle Iannarella Lacerda Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Cláudia Matera Turrini Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Izilda Aparecida Dechiare Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Davisson do Sacramento de Lucena Tavares Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Thais Perella Cunha Scigliano Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Rosemery Santos Silva Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy
  • Inês Dantas Ferraz Marçal Abrah- Brazilian association of recycling and assistance in homeopathy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51910/ijhdr.v20i1.1084

Keywords:

Homeopathy; Emotional disorder in children; Pandemic; Covid-19; Child development

Abstract

Background The period of social isolation, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, impacted the children's social and family life in different ways. The whole family's feelings and emotions are intertwined, and everyone is involved in a broad awareness. Children, having a more developed intuitive awareness, receive all this in the form of subliminal inputs. At the moment, there is a concern regarding behavioral disorders in children and the risk of medicalization. The systemic view of Homeopathy can contribute to understanding this context. Aims: To contextualize the pediatric emotional disorders resulting from Pandemic in Carillo Júnior's view of Classic Systemic Homeopathy and list possible homeopathic medicines. Methodology: Bibliographic survey about emotional disorders in children during the Pandemic period. A theoretical review of the concept of disease in the view of classic systemic homeopathy and selection of drugs based on the method of repertorization of signs and symptoms. Results and discussion: The classification of diseases based on the Carillo Jr Complex Systems Model is based on the concept of prevalence between intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Through this model, we can understand what is being received by children as subliminal "inputs" since they do not assess the irrational conscience. Individual resilience and vulnerability will determine how they respond. Emotional and behavior disorders: distraction, irritability, fear, agitation, anxiety, poor sleep, nightmares. Main suggested drugs: Belladona, Chamomilla, Aconitum nappelus, Argentum nitricum, Gelsemium, Tarentula hispanica, Stramonium, Ignatia amara, Aurum metalicum, Cypripedium, Coffea cruda. Conclusion: The imposed social isolation leads to an excess of external inputs on the pediatric population, and the difficulty in processing them can lead to the emergence of emotional disorders. Therefore, as a cognitive therapy that acts on the self-regulation of the organism, homeopathy is an excellent, beneficial, and assertive tool.

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2021-04-06

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