Childhood And Psyche - Spectrum Of Homeopathy 01/2010
Andreas Richter: Overexcited in the Womb
Tocolytics and impaired regulation in early childhood: the homeopathic use of Fenoterol hydrobromide in young children.
In the development of early disturbances in the adaptation of incessantly screaming babies, the use of fenoterol to prevent premature labor is an important and significant risk factor. The babies have immature powers of regulation, are over-excited, and react to the slightest stimulus. In such cases, the beta adrenergic stimulant Fenoterol is frequently suited to be the first remedy in homeopathic treatment and can be used as a constitutional remedy, if the symptom picture fits.