Homeopathy Medicine for Mood Disorder


A mood disorder is a type of mental health issue that primarily affects a person’s emotional state and is characterized by prolonged extremes of happiness, sadness, or both.

When a person is in a given situation, it is common for their mood to change; however, in order to be diagnosed with a mood disorder, symptoms must persist for at least a few weeks. Mood disorders can affect a person’s ability to deal with daily tasks like work or school and can change their behavior.


Depression (major or clinical depression).Grief or sadness is a typical reaction to a traumatic life event or crisis, such as the death of a spouse or family member, loss of a job, or a serious illness. However, clinical or major depression is when the symptoms persist even after stressful events have passed or there is no apparent cause.

Depression comes in a number of different forms, and each type has a different set of symptoms.

  • Postpartum depression (peripartum depression) – Pregnant women or new mothers may experience this type of depression.
  • Persistent depressive disorder (dysthymia) –The symptoms of this type of chronic depression, which can last for at least two years, may occasionally become milder over time.
  • Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) –Winter seasonal affective disorder (SAD) symptoms may resemble those of a major depressive episode and may start in the late autumn or early winter and last until spring or summer. Less frequently, SAD episodes may also start in the late spring or summer. SAD episodes typically start in the late autumn or early winter and last until spring or summer.
  • Psychotic depression –This is a type of severe depression accompanied by psychotic episodes that may include upsetting or disturbing episodes with a theme, such as hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that others do not) or delusions (having fixed but false beliefs).

Depression related to a medical condition, medication, or substance abuse

Bipolar disorder (manic-depressive disorder).Depressive episodes alternate with manic episodes or mania; during a manic episode, a person may feel elated, but they may also feel irritable or have increased levels of activity. Bipolar disorder is characterized by mood swings from periods of depression to mania. When a person experiences a low mood, symptoms may resemble those of a clinical depression.

Bipolar disorder can be divided into four categories.

  • Bipolar I –This is the most severe type; manic episodes typically last at least seven days or may be severe enough to necessitate hospitalization; depressive episodes also frequently last at least two weeks; and occasionally, symptoms of both mania and depression coexist.
  • Bipolar II disorder –A person with bipolar II disorder experiences hypomania, a milder form of mania, which is less intense and disruptive than manic episodes. Hypomanic periods are not as intense or disruptive as manic episodes. Cycles of depression similar to those of bipolar I are caused by this disorder. Hospitalization is typically not necessary.
  • Cyclothymia disorder (cyclothymia)People with cyclothymia have continuous, irregular mood swings, which can range from mild to moderate emotional “highs” to mild to moderate “lows,” for extended periods of time. Additionally, changes in mood can happen quickly and at any time, and there are only brief periods of normal mood. Adults must have symptoms for at least two years before being diagnosed with cyclothymia.
  • “Other” or “unspecified” bipolar disorder –These individuals still experience significant, abnormal changes in mood despite the fact that their symptoms do not fit the description of one of the other types of bipolar disorder.

Other mood disorders

  • Premenstrual dysphoric disorderResearchers believe that the hormonal changes associated with the menstrual cycle are the cause of this particular mood disorder, which manifests itself seven to ten days prior to menstruation and disappears a few days after the start of the menstrual period.
  • Intermittent explosive disorder –The behavioral outbursts in someone with intermittent explosive disorder are out of proportion to the situation, and it is a less common mood disorder characterized by episodes of unjustified anger, also known as “flying into a rage for no reason.”


Depending on the type of disorder, there could be a number of underlying causes, including genetic, biological, environmental, and other influences.

Risk factors include:

  • Family history
  • A previous mood disorder diagnosis
  • Depression may be caused by trauma, stress, or significant changes in one’s life.
  • Depression has been associated with serious illnesses like cancer, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, and Parkinson’s due to physical illness or the use of specific medications.
  • Bipolar disorder and the structure and function of the brain


The type of mood disorder present determines the symptoms.

Major depressive disorder signs could be:

  • having a constant or frequent sense of sadness
  • feeling drained or lacking energy
  • Feeling worthless or hopeless
  • overeating or a lack of appetite
  • Putting on or shedding pounds
  • a decline in interest in once-enjoyable activities
  • inadequate or excessive sleep
  • frequently having suicidal or death thoughts
  • Difficulty concentrating or focusing

Both mania and depression may be signs of bipolar disorder. Manic or hypomanic episodes may present with the following signs:

  • having a high level of vigor or joy
  • Rapid speech or movement
  • Agitation, restlessness, or irritability
  • taking unnecessary risks, like blowing your budget or speeding while driving
  • unusually high activity levels or attempting to multitask
  • Racing thoughts
  • Insomnia or trouble sleeping


There are many different medicines that can be used, and the selection of medicine depends not only on the symptoms but also on the cause. Since mood disorders are manifestations of various disorders, it is necessary to find the cause in order to treat the manifestation, and the success of treatment in such cases frequently depends on a homeopath’s ability to do so, homeopathy offers very good treatment possibilities for mood disorders with good results.

Commonly prescribed medications include, among others:


  • Fixed ideas, hallucinations, the perception of being possessed by two people or wills, and anxiety while walking due to a sense of being pursued.
  • extreme melancholy, hypochondria, and a propensity for foul language.
  • Memory loss, brain fog, and absentmindedness.
  • Malicious; appears to be devoted to wickedness; very easily offended.
  • Suspicious, lacking self or other confidence.
  • Clairvoyant who can hear spirits’ or distant voices.
  • Eating helps to relieve Anacardium dyspepsia, which is characterized by weak digestion, fullness, and distention, as well as a feeling of emptiness in the stomach.
  • swallows food and liquids quickly and is prone to choking when doing so.

Aurum metallicum

  • feeling of complete worthlessness and self-condemnation.
  • Devastating melancholy, accompanied by elevated blood pressure, a feeling that the heart stopped for two to three seconds, and sinking at the epigastrium, followed immediately by a tumultuous rebound.
  • Palpitations, rapid, feeble, irregular heartbeat, disdain for life, and suicidal thoughts are symptoms of a mood disorder that can be treated with homeopathy.
  • Suicidal thoughts and a strong fear of dying.
  • Anthrophobia, mental disorders, and vehemently peevish behavior are all examples.
  • Can’t get things done quickly enough, constantly asking questions and never waiting for an answer.
  • sensitivity to noise, excitement, and confusion that is excessive.
  • Increased thirst and appetite along with uneasiness. Epigastric swelling. Stomach burning and hot eructations.

Arsenic album

  • Self-mutilation tendencies, a sense of hopelessness and despondency, poor memory, and a flare-up of rage at disagreements or conflicts are all present in this patient.
  • These melancholic states have a propensity to cause a blood rush to the head.
  • Fear of loneliness and of dying.


  • The will faculty is distorted, and there is a sexual mania.
  • Gives offense without justification with pointless conversation and glaring eyes that protrude from the face.
  • Desires to touch everything and everyone; he is agitated and utters abhorrent curses; he is despondent and indifferent; and he wants to kill himself or someone else.


  • Patient exhibits childish, stupid, lewd, and stupid behavior.
  • throws off the covers and displays nymphomania by making lewd and absurd gestures.
  • Extreme jealousy, fear, unfulfilled love, and other negative emotions can all be effectively treated with it.
  • Under Hyoscyamus, there is a depressive condition that is accompanied by sluggishness and prostration.


  • Homeopathic treatment for mood disorders characterized by emotional sensitivity and delicate conscientiousness.
  • Fear, timidity, and a lack of resolve to delay doing this or that are all negative traits.
  • Noise intolerance, irritation at the smallest contradiction.
  • Taciturn, filled with recurring melancholy; still, somber, and moaning.
  • anger, then a quiet period of sorrow and grief.
  • A strong tendency toward grief that he keeps to himself and avoids discussing.
  • A mood that changes frequently; joking and laughing, then sobbing and crying.

Kali brom

  • A profound, melancholic delusion, a sense of moral failing, religious depression, and conspiracies-against-him delusions are homeopathic treatments for mood disorders.
  • considers himself to be the target of divine vengeance.
  • Memory loss, the need to act and move around, and restlessness.
  • Amnesic aphasia; can only speak when given words to say; fear of being poisoned.
  • grotesque illusions, night terrors, and active delirium.
  • general mental deterioration, memory loss, melancholy,
  • Acne, loss of sexual desire, paralysis, and anesthesia of the mucous membranes, particularly those in the eyes, throat, and skin.

Natrum muriaticum

  • the negative effects of grief, fear, anger, etc., and psychic causes of disease.
  • Consolation exacerbates depression, especially in chronic illnesses.
  • Awkward, hasty, irritable; becomes enraged over trivial matters.
  • Concern for the future and a desire for privacy to cry.
  • Hurriedness, hypochondria, life-weariness, apathy, and tactlessness.
  • Passionate vehemence, quick temper, inability to think clearly, lack of mind, poor memory, etc.

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