Anxiety about giving birth? Homeopathy supports you naturally


Worry free with homeopathy

Over the years I’ve had a number of women contact me for help with anxiety about their upcoming birth. A degree of  nervousness is expected and perfectly normal, especially if you’re a first time mom. If you; like many of my patients, are feeling more than a little nervous, even terrified and extremely anxious – homeopathy can really be of tremendous help in offering fast relief.


Women may be anxious and fearful about the upcoming birth for all sorts of different reasons. Whatever it is for you, there is a homeopathic remedy that can help you feel calm and centered, instead of stressed and fearful. Homeopathic medicines being natural, safe, non-toxic and free of side-effects, really shine in their use for pregnant and nursing women. You can use homeopathy even if you are taking other medicines or receiving other types of therapy.



is one of the remedies used for anxiety. Aconite is indicated when the woman is so anxious and fearful that she thinks she will die. She is panicked with shortness of breath and heart palpitation. There are many many remedies that are used for anxiety. Which one will work best for you depends on the specific symptoms you’re having. Professional help from an experienced homeopath makes all the difference when choosing the right remedy. Getting the correct remedy to help with your anxiety now can help prevent developing postpartum anxiety and depression, experienced by as many as 20% of all women in the weeks and months after birth.


You can book your online appointment here. I see all my clients via Skype or Vsee. So wherever you’re located, you can book and talk with me from the comfort of your home.


If you are interested in learning about homeopathy for natural support during and post birth, I recommend looking into a homeopathic childbirth kit, like this one from Helios Pharmacy. I am happy to advise you on the use of the remedies contained in the kit.

Classical Homeopath Lone Pedersen DCH, MNHL