Children are generally more often affected by acute infections of the respiratory or gastrointestinal tract than adults. The main reason for this is that this is childhood Immune system is still in development and pathogens that cause disease cannot be identified and fought quickly enough. In childhood, cold-related symptoms such as cough, runny nose and sore throat are particularly common. Also gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, diarrhea and vomiting are not uncommon at this age. Overcoming acute infections can be supported by administering homeopathic globules.
In the case of allergic events, there are various individual and complex remedies for children, which can be used both in acute cases and prophylactically. Depending on the complaints that are in the foreground, different preparations can be used: Galphimia glauca D4 is particularly good for those with increased .
anxiety & nervousness
In children, mental development can be disturbed by considerable anxiety, as well as great shyness and insecurity. Children often project fear into their belly. That Here, the regular indication of abdominal pain can also indicate a psychological problem. To overcome anxiety there .
flu & cold
A cold, which is also called a flu infection, is a very common, especially in the cold season, acute infectious disease of the mucous membranes of the nose, the paranasal sinuses, the neck or the bronchi.  Most common colds occur in children between the third and .
Throat, nose, ears
In children occur as a result of cold and flu (Influenza) not infrequently secondary diseases such as otitis media and sinus infections (sinusitis). Further complaints of the ears, such as ringing in the ears or tinnitus, can occur and become stress-related as early as childhood .
Children suffer comparatively frequently from gastrointestinal complaints. Vomiting, nausea and diarrhea are often side effects of mundane flu infections, a gastrointestinal flu or even flu (influenza). They can still be part of teething. Some children react to mental ones .
Children who have to deal with constantly occurring symptoms such as sleep disorders or headaches are often unbalanced and have problems getting through everyday school life. Hormonal changes during puberty can also cause physical and psychological complaints. But leave .
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