can i give kali phos 3x to my 7 month old son to help him sleep better at night?

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  1. valeen82 profile image60
    valeen82posted 12 years ago

    can i give kali phos 3x to my 7 month old son to help him sleep better at night?

    he is breastfed and i do understand that he will need to eat more frequently than other babies who are not breastfed. He seems to be waking every 3 hrs or less. I will nurse him back to sleep because it seems to comfort him. I don't believe he wakes because he is hungry he just wants to know that i am there. its become very draining for me. i am desperate.

  2. pippap profile image83
    pippapposted 12 years ago

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  3. Shalini Kagal profile image56
    Shalini Kagalposted 12 years ago

    Kali Phos For Infants

    Biochemic remedies are ideal for children because they are safe, gentle and effective without the after effects that most regular medicines have. A dose of Kali Phos at night does help one sleep better. Your 7-month old son will definitely benefit from it. So will anyone, no matter what their age.

    I would advise you to use Kali Phos 3x, 2 tablets at bedtime every night and if you find it working continue it for a month before you give it a break. If it doesn’t work, try Kali Phos 6x, 2 tablets. Try stopping it when a month is up so that the body’s natural impulses take over.

    Maybe he’s restless because he’s teething – or about to.  In this case, you could give him a dose each of Calcarea Phos 6x and Mag Phos 6x as well. There’s an excellent homeopathy remedy called Denton for teething which I found very effective when my daughter was young.

    After all that, I must say that breastfed babies usually do wake up at night and it can be draining for any mother. I hope the Kali Phos makes each sleep period longer. Maybe you could ask the doctor if you could give him something a little heavy as his last meal so he sleeps longer. Once they graduate to regular meals, start walking and are more active, they usually sleep the night through.

    Just a few months more.... smile

  4. lilmnstr profile image60
    lilmnstrposted 12 years ago

    Have you tried a sleep schedule? Give this a try:


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