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Hysteria is a mental and nervous disorder arising from intense anxiety. It is characterized by a lack of control over acts and emotions and by sudden conclusive seizures and emotional outbursts. Hysteria often results from repressed mental conflict. Hysteria appears in both sexes, but is far more common in young women of the age group between 14 and 25 years because of their natural sensitivity. In many cases, Hysteria tends to occur around the period of adolescence and becomes less frequent after the age of 25.
Hysteria Jambul is also effective in the cure of hysteria. You can eat this fruit as it is, or prepare one remedy mixing jambul and salt. For making this remedy, take some jambul fruit and add a handful of salt. Store them in one tight jar. Eat these jambuls on an empty stomach.
Jambul fruit (Jamun)
Most hysteria patients considerably run down therefore, the milk diet will help build better blood and nourish the nerves. If the full milk diet is not convenient, a diet of milk and fruits may be adopted.
The patient, may, therefore, gradually embark upon a well balanced diet of seeds, nuts and grains. Vegetables and fruits.
The patient of hysteria should avoid alcohol, tea, coffee, tobacco, white sugar and white flour and products made from them.
In a cup of freshly made lettuce juice, mix a tsp of Indian gooseberry (amla) juice. Have this mixture on an empty stomach every morning for a month.
Consuming a tablespoon of honey everyday is beneficial in treating patients suffering from hysteria.
Make asafetida a part of the regular diet. Include it in small quantity of 0.5 to 1.0 grams per day.
Alternatively, the patient can also smell some asafetida every day.
Add a gram of Rauwolfia root in a glass of milk. Intake this milk twice everyday - morning and evening. Drink this combination until completely cured.
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