Anti-Bacterial Resistance and Homeopathy’s Potential

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marymwoods (2 years ago)

What is so good about homeopathy after all? And why is it so mainstream when the US is the only one which condemns it?

ruthjfullilove (2 years ago)

Did WHO really recommend the treatment or is it merely opinion conducted by shallow researches?

shelbymayer (2 years ago)

At least they are finding alternative for the issue and not just sitting there blaming others. If WHO is recommending it, then, it might as well work.

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Anti-Bacterial Resistance and Homeopathy’s Potential

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Bacteria are present in any infection. Anti-bacterial treatment is immediately prescribed to any wounds and injuries. However, with the constant change in the environment, bacteria have grown resistant to treatments and medicines.

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In this worsening crisis, experts have immediately conducted peer review and study on the repressing demand of anti-bacterial treatment to regain the overall credibility of medicine.

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While the right medicine is being concocted, World Health Organization (WHO) leaves warning to different government agencies for public awareness and safety. International organizations have also been informed.

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Non-profit health advocates have been asked to focus their topics to educating the public of the possible dangers of anti-bacterial resistance. Some organization that raise awareness on antibiotic resistance

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The Peterson Group, one of the leading sources of information on alternative, complementary and integrative medicines is one of the thousand NGOs to answer to this call. An immediate meeting among members was conducted in Jakarta, Indonesia for the possible solutions that can be of assistance to any study being done to solve this medical issue.

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Homeopathic treatments are brought to light. As the most likely candidate as an alternative, homeopathy has treated infections which even anti-microbial treatments fail to cure.

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It has also been long known that anti-bacterial treatments are of no us for viral infection in the light ear, throat and sinus infection. Homeopathy is long being used to treat these infections. Irish Society of Homeopath claims that “out of 500 patients suffering from upper respiratory complaints, 82 % receiving homeopathy improved within 14 days, compared to 67 % treated conventionally.

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In another study with 169 children, those receiving homeopathic treatment had significantly less symptoms and shorter duration of disease compared to other children. Their parents also had less time away from work”.

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The criticality of the anti-bacterial resistance is even emphasized on the recent report released by WHO showing 25,000 deaths in the European Union, Norway and Iceland annually from common resistant bacterial infections.

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It is also said that “The estimated total cost to society of antibiotic resistance in the EU alone is estimated to be € 1.5 billion”.

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For some critics though, using homeopathy as alternative for anti-bacterial medicine is close to finding desperate measures just to solve the present issue.

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With the recent FDA review of the regulations implemented in homeopathic practice, many cynics believe it is not even safe to come close to homeopathy, much more to use it as alternative.

Summary: Bacteria are present in any infection. Anti-bacterial treatment is immediately prescribed to any wounds and injuries. However, with the constant change in the environment, bacteria have grown resistant to treatments and medicines.

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