All of us accumulate stressful feelings — sometimes for no real reason. The moment we get into this stressful ‘pothole,’ we are putting pressure on the system. Any further build up will only ‘blow it up.’ 

The more one keeps quiet, the more one is looking for an outlet, or emotional punch bag.  This could be one’s wife, kid, or colleague. 


Stress is a fuzzy response to the demands that life places on us. This is also how it builds up. In the course of time, it leads to stressful frustration — the inseparable component of modern life.

One should, however, realise that not all stresses are stressful, or negative — if only one deals with their anxiety, or stress, effectively, it can work and help us to reach our goals faster.  You’d think of this as ‘good’ stress, or ‘eustress’ — it motivates us to do well in life and career.


Research suggests that stress, in childhood or later years, affects the way our DNA is expressed. A study has found that children who were traumatised, or suffered neglect, or abuse, while growing up, were over one-and-a-half times more likely than others to develop heart disease, cancer and other serious illnesses in adulthood.

  • Research suggests that 75 per cent of the general population experiences at least one form of stress every two weeks
  • 45 per cent of people report anger/irritability due to stress and 34 per cent report feeling sad, or depressed
  • 48 per cent report of overeating, or eating unhealthy/junk-food, to manage stress.


Stress, anxiety and depression are primarily a result of either psychological or physiological [functional] causes. An unsolved emotional issue, for instance, can affect the individual’s physical health, just as much as their emotional well-being. 


Homeopathic doctors have treated stress, depression and anxiety — safely and successfully— without side-effects, for over 200 years.

Stress is, as a rule, the outcome of shock, grief, disappointment or life-changes. It can leave one drained and susceptible to illness, such as high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.

When stress is left untreated, stress responses can become long-term, or chronic. Chronic, long-standing stress can induce a number of mind-body disorders too, including mood swings and substance, or drug, abuse.

Homeopathic medicines for stress help to rebalance the mind and emotions. It is effective for people of all ages — from children with emotional or behavioural problems to adults bogged down by stress, depression and anxiety.

In a national survey, conducted by The Society of Homeopaths, UK, 87 per cent of patients, who complained of stress-related mental and emotional problems, reported of positive changes after homeopathic treatment.

A group of people with above-average levels of stressful anxiety were enrolled in a study and assigned to either a test, or control [placebo; or, dummy pill] group to assess the medicinal benefits of a combination homeopathic product designed to relieve anxiety. Results showed that the homeopathic combination product produced results far better than placebo.

In another clinical study, a group of students suffering from test-induced stress and anxiety were given either a homeopathic medicine, or placebo. The level of test-induced anxiety was significantly reduced in the group taking the homeopathic medicine for stress and anxiety when compared to the placebo group, and this effect appeared to persist over time.


  • Focus your attention fully on a new activity when stressed or anxious, something you also love doing
  • Try relaxation techniques; find the one that suits your needs best
  • Put on some music — sing and dance along
  • Meditate or pray, help others, spend time with others, speak to, or visit friends
  • Physical exercise — walk, swim, go to the gym, cycle, or take the stairs instead of the lift
  • Engage in a relaxing hobby; it must be a non-competitive activity and enjoyable
  • Limit your responsibilities. It’s all right to say ‘no.’

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