Homeopathy Medicine for Hydrophobia
Aquaphobia, or the fear of water, is a persistent and abnormal amount of fear and anxiety that prevents you from even getting close to water. While most of us have some level of fear of water, we typically learn to overcome those fears or find ways to cope with them.
You may have aquaphobia if you discover that any source of water, including a swimming pool, a lake, an ocean, or even a bathtub, causes you an excessive amount of anxiety. Aquaphobia is a specific phobia, which is an irrational fear of something that doesn’t pose much danger.
Even though both phobias involve water, aquaphobia and hydrophobia aren’t the same thing, despite the fact that they both frequently occur together.
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Hydrophobia is an aversion to water that develops in humans during the later stages of rabies.
Women are twice as likely as men to experience specific phobias, according to the National Institute of Mental Health, which estimates that 19.2 million adults in the US suffer from them.
Many adults who suffer from a particular phobia, like aquaphobia, start showing signs of their condition in their early years.
Aquaphobia is a condition in which a person experiences intense fear and anxiety whenever they are around water, regardless of its size, whether it be a small amount, like that found in the bathroom sink, or a large body of water, like the ocean.
Aquaphobia has a number of more widespread signs, such as:
- an instantaneous feeling of utter terror, dread, and panic at the mere mention of water
- an ongoing, unjustified, or excessive fear of water
- being aware that one’s excessive or disproportionate fear of water compared to the actual threat
- avoidance of water
- rapid heartbeat
- Breathing issues and chest tightness
- dizziness or fainting
If you have a family member who suffers from a mental health condition, such as anxiety or another phobia, you may be at risk of developing that condition yourself. Specific phobias have unknown causes, but there is some evidence that they can be genetically inherited.
Aquaphobia can also be the result of a series of negative experiences that typically occur in childhood but are not as severe as a traumatic experience. These experiences are typically unpleasant and are not as severe as a near-drowning, which is a common traumatic event that causes aquaphobia.
One dose of a 200 dilution of this remedy may be administered to begin the course of treatment, and after four hours, the other indicated remedies listed below should be administered.
The patient exhibits the most violent delirium; he is enraged, striking, biting, trying to flee, and, if confronted, fighting like a demon; his throat is dry, red, glazed, and painful; coughing, light, and jarring aggravate the condition; and there is a first-stage treatment.
A low muttering delirium, a remedy for the second stage, hydrophobia brought on by the bite of a rabid animal. The same symptoms as in Bell, but in a milder form. Stramonium has an aggravation from not only attempting to drink, but even from the sight of water.
when the throat muscles are moving erratically all the time and there is chronic insomnia.
Furious delirium, frenzy, excitement, anxiousness that turns to rage at the slightest provocation, barking, acute mania, difficult swallowing, constriction with pain, burning, dryness, and a high fever.