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Best Homoeopathic Case Video.......Schizoaffective Disorder...Must Watch

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Uploaded on Apr 15, 2010

This is a case video of one of the most challenging cases of my clinical life and is now totally cured by classical way of Homoeopathic practising.

*In this video the identity of the patient is kept confidential.

This video is in Hindi Language and for those who does not understand Hindi i am giving a short description of the case in English language.

-The patient felt that whenever she is alone a lady in black dress with ornaments on her body, covering her face, comes and sits with her & says that she will kill her & her brother, but actually there was no one it was just her hallucination.
- whenever she takes her lunch or dinner she felt that there is blood and meat in her plate not the food.
- she becomes so violent that she tries to kill herself and others.
-During this violent stage she becomes so powerful that she can lift a heavy sofa or table with a single hand, which normally will require 3-4 people to lift.
-After all her violent activities she become unconscious and does not remember what happened with her.
- when she goes out she felt that someone is behind her and trying to pull her hair from behind.
-She had horrible dreams of people killing her and her brother.
-She had fear of dogs, dark and being alone.
-She sketched people killing each other but does not remember anything that she did it.

She took a lot of treatment for this disorder but with no relief, finally she had homoeopathic treatment and she is exactly fine rite now with no fear and no Hallucinations.

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