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Dr. Pawan Pareek

Lifestyle diseases. The homeopathic treatment

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"If somebody asked me to describe homeopathy in one word, I would say: Individuality"

Modern lifestyle is associated with a variety of diseases that have increased dramatically in the recent decades: high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, cancer, heart disease or gout... The list of chronic progressive "civilization diseases" is long! Besides a lack of physical exercise and improper nutrition their development is above all determined by an excess of stress: life has steadily become more rapid, more hectic and more demanding. The mechanization (digitalization) that is intruding into all realms of life was meant to relieve stress, however in reality it only contributes to its further acceleration (e. g. by the ever-present smartphones).

In this Berlin weekend seminar the well-known Indian homeopath Dr. Pawan Pareek presents the homeopathic treatment of the most prevalent stress-related diseases. In his introduction he explains the pathologic connection between depression (burnout), autoimmune diseases or arteriosclerosis and today's way of life: Stress triggers the release of the body's hormones cortisone / cortisol. They should actually help us to deal with a stressor and to cope with a stressful situation. Their permanent discharge from constant stress however leads to immunosuppression, hypertension, increased compensatory eating, desire for stimulants (smoking) and a general weakening.

In the further course of the seminar Pareek presents a wide variety of cases with diseases typically developed from modern lifestyle. All presented case reports (from Pareeks large clinic in Agra/India) describe complex, sometimes life-threatening conditions, including kidney failure, apoplexy and a severely bleeding ovarian cyst. For each case the lecturer explains exactly how he came to the choice of remedy.

Clinical topics

  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Kidney failure (Nierenversagen)
  • Depression
  • Hypertension (Hypertonie)
  • Stroke (Schlaganfall)
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (Reizdarm-Syndrom)
  • Ulcerative colitis (Colitis ulcerosa)
  • Epilepsy (Epilepsie)
  • Obesity (Adipositas)
  • Infertility (Unfruchtbarkeit)
  • Lupus erythematosus
  • Edema (Ödeme)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (Rheumatoide Arthritis)
  • Insomnia (Schlaflosigkeit)
  • Hematuria (Hämaturie)
  • Ovarian cyst (Ovarialzyste)
  • Stress
  • Atherosclerosis (Arteriosklerose)

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English Description (Ausführliche deutsche Beschreibung siehe weiter unten) "If somebody... mehr

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(Ausführliche deutsche Beschreibung siehe weiter unten)

"If somebody asked me to describe homeopathy in one word, I would say: Individuality"

Modern lifestyle is associated with a variety of diseases that have increased dramatically in the recent decades: high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, cancer, heart disease or gout... The list of chronic progressive "civilization diseases" is long! Besides a lack of physical exercise and improper nutrition their development is above all determined by an excess of stress: life has steadily become more rapid, more hectic and more demanding. The mechanization (digitalization) that is intruding into all realms of life was meant to relieve stress, however in reality it only contributes to its further acceleration (e. g. by the ever-present smartphones).

In this Berlin weekend seminar the well-known Indian homeopath Dr. Pawan Pareek presents the homeopathic treatment of the most prevalent stress-related diseases. In his introduction he explains the pathologic connection between depression (burnout), autoimmune diseases or arteriosclerosis and today's way of life: Stress triggers the release of the body's hormones cortisone / cortisol. They should actually help us to deal with a stressor and to cope with a stressful situation. Their permanent discharge from constant stress however leads to immunosuppression, hypertension, increased compensatory eating, desire for stimulants (smoking) and a general weakening.

At the beginning of the seminar Pareek asks "How do you become a good homeopath?" and names three preconditions as basic pillars for an effective homoeopathic work: 1. Accurate knowledge of the diseases and their pathogenesis, 2. Knowledge of the materia medica (what do we prescribe?) and 3. Understanding the Organon (how do we prescribe?).

"Homeopathy is a science as well as an art"

Particularly important is a thorough casetaking: It should be done similarly to an artist who draws a detailed portrait. The more we know about previous illnesses of the patient and diseases in his family, the more detailed we determine his symptoms and the better we understand his psychic burden, the easier it will be to find the right remedy.

In the further course of the seminar Pareek presents a wide variety of cases with diseases typically developed from modern lifestyle. All presented case reports (from Pareeks large clinic in Agra/India) describe complex, sometimes life-threatening conditions, including kidney failure, apoplexy and a severely bleeding ovarian cyst. For each case the lecturer explains exactly how he came to the choice of remedy.

His way of presenting is distinguished by very clear, coherent and exciting didactics which make the homeopathic approach easy to understand. The choice of remedy is rarely based on rare features, but on the simple, typical and most characteristic aspects of the remedies. They are the ones to be used most often. In his cases we both see polychrests as well as an interesting range of specific remedies for certain conditions.

The outstanding remedies are discussed more in detail, especially by differentiation from others. This makes the presentation very rich in content: Beyond individual case studies we receive a practically applicable range of well-differentiated rubrics / symptoms for our everyday clinic. Not surprising is Pareek internationally appreciated for his marked ability to use a few brushstrokes for pointing out the most essential differences between remedies in regard to certain conditions. This conciseness helps to avoid insecurity from insignificance and dispersion from irrelevant (or even false) characteristics.

Presented cases

  • Woman (middle age): Depression (Aurum metallicum, Rauwolfia serpentina)
  • Woman (68): Hypertension, insomnia, sorrow, acute: apoplexy (Opium, Ignatia, Bothrops lanceolatus)
  • Woman (older age): Hypertension, acute renal failure, hypothyroidism, edema (Apocynum cannabinum, Cuprum arsenicosum, Acidum aceticum)
  • Man (middle age): Diabetes and diabetic foot with severe ulceration (Pyrogenium, Secale cornutum, Cephalandra indica)
  • Man (middle age): Irritable bowel syndrome, personal stress, convulsions, 15-20 stools per day, weight loss, dread (Aloe socotrina, Mercurius solubilis, Arsenicum album)
  • Woman (young): Ulcerative colitis, bloody painless stools, family history: mother and grandmother asthmatic, history of causes: suppressed anger, feeling failed (Arsenicum album, Staphysagria)
  • Woman (18): Epilepsy, daily seizures despite anti-epileptics, amenorrhoea (Cuprum metallicum); status epilepticus (Artemisia vulgaris); amenorrhoea for 6 months (Pulsatilla)
  • Woman (young): overweight, 1 healthy child, hypothyroidism, hypotension, depression, infertile (Natrium muriaticum)
  • Woman (18): Systemic lupus erythematosus (whole body edema, polyarthritis, pain throughout the body despite various medication), insomnia (Kalmia latifolia); amenorrhoea, fever (Pulsatilla)
  • Man (middle age): psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, depression, insomnia, pain (facial nerve and in all joints), generalized pruritus (Rhus toxicodendron); great concern for family and money, weakness, itching (Arsenicum album); relapse after 1 year, slight reappearance of symptoms (Carcinosin)
  • Woman (58): Rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes (Bryonia, Causticum)
  • Woman (25): Several miscarriages, husband wants to leave her, hysterical seizures; other symptoms: sad, headache, sparse menstruation, insomnia (Ignatia)
  • Woman (young): Depression and insomnia after rape, ovarian cyst, gallstone (Carbo animalis)
  • Woman (older age): Hematuria, bladder cancer, depression (Hamamelis virginiana); altered bleeding with lumps, pain (Capsella bursa pastoris); anxiety, incontinence (Conium maculatum); later: suspected metastases, coughing, breathing problems, anxiety (Arsenicum album)

Remedies discussed in detail
Aloe socotrina, Apocynum cannabinum, Arsenicum album, Aurum metallicum, Bryonia, Calcium carbonicum, Carbo animalis, Carcinosinum, Cephalandra indica, Ignatia, Kalmia latifolia, Mercurius solubilis, Natrium muriaticum, Opium, Pyrogenium, Rhus toxicodendron, Secale cornutum, Staphisagria

Additional remedies
Aconitum, Acidum Aceticum, Acidum phosphoricum, Arnika montana, Arsenicum jodatum, Artemisia vulgaris, Baptisia, Baryta carbonica, Baryta muriatica, Belladonna, Bothrops lanceolatus, Cactus, Calcium fluoricum, Calcium jodatum, Capsella bursa pastoris, Causticum, China, Kreosotum, Glonoinum, Conium maculatum, Crataegus oxyacantha, Cuprum arsenicosum, Cuprum metallicum, Graphites, Hamamelis virginiana, Hepar sulfuris, Anacardium, Hyoscyamus, Lachesis, Lycopodium, Phosphorus, Phytolacca, Plumbum, Psorinum, Pulsatilla, Rauwolfia serpentina, Sepia, Silicea, Spongia, Sulfur, Thyroidinum

Ausführliche deutsche Beschreibung

Hinweis: Das Seminar ist nur in Originalsprache englisch verfügbar - keine deutsche Übersetzung!

"Wenn mich jemand bitten würde, die Homöopathie in einem Wort zu beschreiben, würde ich sagen: Individualität"

Unser moderner Lebensstil geht mit vielfältigen Krankheiten einher, die in den letzten Jahrzehnten stark zugenommen haben: Bluthochdruck, Herzkrankheiten, Arteriosklerose, Gicht, Diabetes mellitus, Krebs... Die Liste der (oft chronischen) "Zivilisationskrankheiten" ist lang! Eine wichtige Rolle bei ihrer Entstehung spielt, neben Bewegungsmangel und falscher Ernährung, vor allem ein Übermaß an Stress: Das Leben wird immer schneller, immer hektischer, immer komplizierter. Die sich in alle Bereiche hinein ausbreitende Technisierung (Digitalisierung) verspricht uns eigentlich, Mühen zu verringern, trägt jedoch in Wirklichkeit eher zur weiteren Beschleunigung bei (beispielsweise durch die stets präsenten Smartphones).

In seinem zweitägigen Berliner Seminar widmet sich der bekannte indische Homöopath Dr. Pawan Pareek der homöopathischen Behandlung der wichtigsten stressbedingten Krankheiten. Einleitend erläutert er den organischen Zusammenhang zwischen Depression (Burnout), Autoimmunerkrankungen oder Arteriosklerose und dem heutigen Lebenswandel: Bei Stress kommt es zur Ausschüttung der körpereigenen Hormone Cortison/Cortisol, die uns eigentlich dabei helfen sollen, mit einem Stressor umzugehen und die Situation zu bewältigen. Doch bei Dauerausschüttung durch Dauerstress führen sie zu Immunsuppression, Bluthochdruck, vermehrter Nahrungs- und Genussmittelaufnahme und allgemeiner Schwächung.

Im Seminarverlauf stellt Pareek dann eine Vielzahl typischer Zivilisationskrankheitsfälle vor, bei denen er homöopathisch helfen konnte. Zu Beginn stellt er die Frage "Wie wird man ein guter Homöopath?" und nennt drei Voraussetzungen als Grundsäulen wirksamer homöopathischer Arbeit: 1. Genaue Kenntnis der Krankheiten und ihrer Entstehung, 2. Wissen um die Materia medica (Was verschreiben wir?) und 3. Verständnis des Organons (Wie verschreiben wir?).

"Die Homöopathie ist sowohl Wissenschaft als auch Kunst."

Für die praktische Arbeit ist insbesondere eine gute Anamnese wichtig. Der Homöopath soll sie ähnlich gestalten wie ein Künstler, der ein detailliertes Portrait malt. Je mehr wir über vorherige Krankheiten des Patienten und Erkrankungen in seiner Familie erfahren, je genauer wir seine Symptome ermitteln und je besser wir die psychische Belastung des Patienten verstehen, umso leichter finden wir das passende Mittel.

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