Why Parents Should See Fevers As A Friend

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June 5, 2012 by Peter  
Filed under Blog, Homeopathy In The News

A human body’s oral temperature ranges between 97 and 99 degrees. Anything over 100.4 is technically a fever. A body at a heightened temperature actually fights infection more efficiently than one at a normal temperature. Many parents hit the panic button at 100 degrees. Fever is a friend. Always call your doctor if you are concerned about the cause of a fever - but try to tame your anxiety about the fever itself and avoid using traditional analgesics to bring it down. Tylenol, Motrin, and aspirin all have side effects that can cause serious physical harm to small children.

So what is a parent to do?

The correct homeopathic remedy will allow you or your child’s body to correct the problem - bringing the fever down in the process. If you can find the correct remedy to give your child - homeopathy works without exception.

So when should a parent call the doctor? Here are a few tips:

Your child has a fever with no other symptoms that lasts for three days or more.

Your child develops a fever two to three days after surgery.

Your child has a fever with abdominal pain, vomiting, chest pains or rash.

Your child has a fever and is three months old or younger.

If you would like to learn more about how to use homeopathy, you should consider joining the National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) - the non-profit organizing body for homeopathy in America. One of NCH’s missions is to help consumers learn how to use homeopathy to treat simple acutes like ear infections, sore throats, flu, coughs, colds, and more. It’s a great program - fun and easy to learn - and free to NCH members.

Membership is just $4 a month and comes with lots of great benefits! Check it out: http://www.nationalcenterforhomeopathy.org/member-benefits/



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