The study titled “A Clinical Study on the Effectiveness of Individualized Homoeopathic Medicines in the Management of Primary Nocturnal Enuresis in Children Aged Between 6-14 Years” investigates the holistic treatment of Nocturnal Enuresis in children. Examining thirty cases, the research delves into various aspects, including gender distribution, socioeconomic status, family history, and the psychological impact of bedwetting.
Following Dr. Samuel Hahnemann's principles, the study emphasizes the totality of symptoms, addressing underlying causes through individualized homoeopathic remedies. Simultaneously, motivational therapy is incorporated to empower young patients, addressing potential psychological barriers related to Nocturnal Enuresis.
Results indicate significant improvements and, in some cases, complete recovery. A substantial percentage of cases showcased marked improvement or complete resolution of symptoms. The study underscores the importance of understanding a patient's psychological state and socio-economic background in devising a comprehensive treatment plan.
This research contributes significantly to homoeopathic medicine, providing valuable insights into the nuanced management of Nocturnal Enuresis in the paediatric population. The findings pave the way for further research, fostering a patient-centric approach that combines traditional wisdom with modern methodologies, ensuring a brighter and healthier future for children grappling with this condition.