Homeopathic Remedies for Enterovirus 68 (EVD-68)
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About the Enverovirus 68
The Enteroviruses can cause
coughing, sneezing, and fever.
This year (Fall 2014) the enterovirus that is most commonly
causing respiratory illness in children
across the country is enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68).
Infants, children, and
teenagers are at higher risk than adults for getting infected and sick with
EV-D68. That is because they have not been exposed to these types of viruses
before, and they do not yet have immunity (protection) built up to fight the
disease. If your child has asthma, he or she may
be at greater risk for severe respiratory illness from EV-D68.
Signs and Symptoms
EV-D68 can cause mild to
severe respiratory illness, depending on the person's immune system.
Mild symptoms may include fever,
runny nose, sneezing, cough, and body and muscle aches.
Severe symptoms may include
wheezing and difficulty breathing.
Here are Some of the Homeopathic Remedies for Enterovirus
Rattling mucous that is difficult to cough up. Weakness and needing to be
supported when sitting to cough. Gagging and vomiting of mucous or food with the
cough. Worse for: warmth and warm room, lying down. Better for: expectoration. Cough after
eating or anger. The child stiffens and becomes blue. Wants to be fanned. Fear
of being left alone. Not wanting to touched or looked at. Increasingly weak,
drowsy, and sweaty. Worse for: night, after midnight, damp, cold weather, sour
things, milk. Better for: sitting up, cool air, being fanned.
Hard, barking cough.
Suffocating cough with pain in the larynx, waking after midnight. Violent cough.
Cough with the expectoration of blood. Pain in the stomach before the attack.
Child cries immediately before the cough. Yawning causes cough. Eyes red and
swollen. Bleeding from the nose. Fever with a red face, throbbing arteries,
glassy eyes, dilated pupils. Delirium with fever. Worse for: 3pm; draft; lying
down; touch, jarring. Better for: sitting semi-erect.
For weak constitutions, prone to frequent colds and flus.
Children with large, sweaty heads. Weak muscle tone, poor digestion
coughing with every breath. The child stiffens with each paroxysm of the cough.
Violent gagging and vomiting from the cough, with or without nausea. Suffocative
cough in which the child becomes stiff and blue in the face, finally relaxes and
then vomits phlegm. The cough causes gagging and vomiting of phlegm. Chest seems
full of mucous which does not yield to coughing. Cough caused by tickling
tightness from the larynx to the chest. Worse for: warmth; warm, moist weather;
Similar to both
Mercurius with discharge that
is profuse, watery. Burning coryza with sore
throat; exposure to damp or even cool air starts the trouble
with neuralgic pains in the cheeks involving the frontal sinuses.
exhausting cough. Tightness of chest with racking cough. Trembling of body with
cough. Hoarseness and almost total loss of voice. Cough triggered by strong odors. Worse for: lying on left side; cold air; talking. Useful in
treatment of the end stages of whooping cough. Cough from tickling in throat or
chest. Must sit up when coughing. Unable to talk from pain in larynx.
Expectoration of transparent mucous on rising in the morning. During the day,
expectoration of tough, whitish mucous. Expectoration of rust-colored, purulent
or bright, red, frothy, bloody mucus. Deep sleep by day but restlessness with
clammy sweat at night. Worse for: reading aloud; laughing; going into a warm
room from the cold; lying on back.