Homeopathy Medicine for Shock
When the body does not receive enough blood flow, the organs cannot function properly because they do not receive enough oxygen and nutrients.
Psychologic or physiological shocks can both be referred to as “shocks” in this context.
Acute stress disorder, or psychological shock, is a condition that results from a traumatic event and is characterized by intense emotional reactions as well as possible physical reactions.
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There are many types of shock. They comes under four main categories;
- obstructive shock
- cardiogenic shock
- distributive shock
- hypovolemic shock
Shock is a fatal condition in all its forms.
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF SHOCK
- swift, feeble, or nonexistent pulse
- irregular heartbeat
- rapid, shallow breathing
- cool, clammy skin
- dilated pupils
- lackluster eyes
- chest pain
- decrease in urine
- thirst and dry mouth
- low blood sugar
- loss of consciousness
CAUSES OF SHOCK
- severe allergic reaction
- significant blood loss
- heart failure
- blood infections
A pulmonary embolism is one condition that may interrupt blood flow, and other conditions that can result in an accumulation of air or fluid in the chest cavity can also cause an obstruction to blood flow, which can cause obstructive shock.
- pneumothorax (collapsed lung)
- hemothorax (where blood builds up between the lung and the chest wall)
- cardiac tamponade, in which the space between the heart’s sac and its muscle is filled with blood or fluids.
Cardiogenic shock is frequently brought on by heart damage, which reduces blood flow to the body and results in:
- injury to the heart muscle
- irregular heart rhythm
- very slow heart rhythm
Distributive shock can result from conditions that make your blood vessels lose their tone, which can make them so floppy and open that not enough blood pressure reaches your organs.
- low blood pressure
- loss of consciousness
TYPES OF DISTRIBUTIVE SHOCK
Anaphylactic Shockis a complication of anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction that happens when the body misinterprets a harmless substance as harmful and launches a potentially fatal immune response.
Typically, food allergies, venomous insect allergies, drug allergies, or latex allergies lead to anaphylaxis.
Septic shockAnother type of distributive shock is septic shock, which happens when bacteria and their toxins seriously harm body tissues or organs. Sepsis, also known as blood poisoning, is a condition brought on by infections that cause bacteria to enter your bloodstream.
Neurogenic shockis a condition that usually results from a spinal cord injury that damages the central nervous system. This condition causes blood vessels to swell, the heart rate to slow, and blood pressure to drop very low.
Drug toxicities and brain injuriesdistributional shock may also result.
Insufficient blood in your blood vessels prevents oxygen from reaching your organs, which can result in hypovolemic shock.
This kind of shock can also result from severe dehydration because your blood transports oxygen and essential nutrients to your organs, which are dependent on blood flow for proper function.
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE FOR SHOCK
1. ACONITE :This remedy is excellent for treating sudden onset conditions like a sore throat or headache, as well as shock from receiving bad news or having a fall.
2. APIS :The affected areas will be red, hot, and swollen, and the pain will be described as stinging. This remedy is used to treat insect bites or stings, as well as allergic reactions that may be caused by these.
3. ARNICA :The typical arnica patient will claim to be fine and avoid attention, but they may very well still be in shock. It’s also a good one for jet lag. Arnica is the traditional treatment for trauma, injury, and bruising.
4. ARSENICUM :The patient is likely to be very cold, and the pains may be described as burning. This is your go-to remedy for food poisoning. Anxiety is a hallmark of this remedy.
5. BELLADONNA :This remedy is excellent for fever, sunstroke, and skin conditions like boils, eczema, etc.; the keywords for this remedy are red, hot, and swollen.
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