Grief is a strong , sometimes overwhelming emotion for people,regardless of whether their sadness stems from the loss of loved oneor from a terminal diagnosis they or someone they love have received.

Feelings of grief can be triggered by many different situations, suchas losing a job, moving house, a relationship breakdown. Even movingthrough different life stages can sometimes bring about a sense lossfor example a women experiencing the menopause or come to terms withchildren flying the nest.

Greif is the natural reaction to loss. Grief is both universal andpersonal experience.

Mourning can last for months or Years. In fact, it is widely acceptedthat there are five different stages of grief: denial, anger,bargaining, depression and acceptance. These don’t necessarilymanifest in a specific order, and some stages may be felt intensely,others not at all.

All keep in Mind- all people grieve differently. Some people will weartheir emotions on their sleeve and be outwardly emotional. Others willexperience their grief more internally, and may not cry.However, if we don’t have the opportunity to properly acknowledge andprocess these feelings, our longer-term health and well-being mightstart to suffer. And it’s not only our emotional health that can beaffected; physical symptoms are also common during periods ofmourning. Difficulty sleeping, reduced appetite, fatigue, and nauseacan all feature as part of a grief response even major diseases likeThyroid Problems, Hypertension, and Diabetes etc. can occur.

Some researchers believe there is a condition called "addiction togrief" - when a person does not want to stop grieving. These peoplecan't see the meaning of life without the deceased loved one, long forhim or her and are unable to experience joy, or if they do, feel as ifit were a betrayal to the deceased person,"

Conventional support for symptoms associated with the grieving processusually involves sedatives, anti-depressants or painkillers. But thesetend to simply mask the issues and may lead to unwanted side effectsor even a dependency on medication.

Homeopathy offers a safe and gentle option, providing support for thetoughest of times.Of course, it can’t bring back what we mourn, but it can help tostimulate our own ability to process the loss, accept and honour it,and allow us to gently step into a life post-loss.

Few Homoeopathic Remedies: Ignetia, Natrum Mur, Aurum Met, PhosphoricAcid, Cocculus, Staphysagria, Sepia. To prescribe any Homoeopathic Remedy for anyone we need to take moredetails of a griever.Simple tips to help your copeTry not to avoid your feelings. Facing them and going through thefeelings, crying, and talking to friends, family, your doctor andexperienced counsellors, can provide relief and help your griefprocess.

Make sure you are trying to eat and sleep regularly keep yourself hydrated with water or other non-alcoholic drinks.Alcohol is a depressant so it’s best to avoid it at times like this.

Even though you may not feel like it initially, gentle exercise/YOGAdoes help. A simple walk can help some of the physical reactions yourbody is going through. Find a friend to walk with you. Someone who iscomfortable talking to you about your loss, the grief and the changesin your life.