Friday, June 3, 2011

Hypothermia


Hypothermia



Sudden temperature changes in such extremes can create the conditions for all the enjoyable outdoor activities that so many people love simply taking walks in the freshly fallen snow. 
But these quickly changing conditions can also create opportunities for injury and misery, which can be easily addressed or avoided with good planning. 
If avoidance can’t be managed, first aid care is the next best thing.
Some of the most common and dangerous winter complaints are Frostbite and Hypothermia: While everyone knows that dressing warmly is a priority in cold temperatures, 
there are instances where we don’t often dress as we should, particularly if the weather is prone to sudden changes.

Symptoms of Hypothermia

When the body is cold, it tries to generate heat by shivering - it's trying to warm itself. When hypothermia sets in, the shivering stops, as the body is now trying to conserve all the energy it can. 

 Homeopathic Remedies for Frostbite or Hypothermia

Agaricus Muscarius
Pulsatilla

Nux Vomica 

Antimonium Tartaricum 

Secale Cornutum 

Veratrum Album





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