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L’Europa più sana anche grazie all’omeopatia
L’Europa più sana anche grazie all’omeopatia

L’Europa più sana anche grazie all’omeopatia

L’Europa più sana anche grazie all’omeopatia

Dichiarazione del Comitato Europeo per l’Omeopatia (ECH)
e della Federazione Europea delle Associazioni di Pazienti Omeopatici (EFHPA)

L’omeopatia fornisce delle soluzioni ai principali problemi sanitari dei Paesi d’Europa

  • L’omeopatia aiuta a ridurre la necessità di antibiotici nell’assistenza sanitaria umana e veterinaria, riducendo così il problema della resistenza antimicrobica. 1,2

 

  • L’omeopatia, se integrata nell’assistenza sanitaria, aumenta la qualità della vita e riduce la gravità dei reclami nei pazienti con malattia cronica. 3,4,5,6,7,8

 

  • L’omeopatia, se integrata nell’assistenza sanitaria, può ridurre l’uso di farmaci da prescrizione convenzionali a lungo termine. 9

L’omeopatia soddisfa meglio il paziente ed è sicura ed economica

  • Il trattamento omeopatico, se integrato nell’assistenza sanitaria, permette di ridurre i costi terapeutici. 10,11,12

 

 

  • I pazienti che seguono un trattamento omeopatico hanno risultati superiori rispetto ai pazienti in trattamento convenzionale, con costi simili. 17

 

  • La qualità, la sicurezza e la corretta etichettatura dei prodotti omeopatici è garantita dalla Direttiva 2001/83 CE.

omeopatia diminuisce consumo farmaci

I consumatori Europei chiedono che l’Omeopatia sia integrata nella loro assistenza sanitaria

 

  • Tre cittadini europei su quattro stanno già fatto uso dell’omeopatia e di essi il 29% la utilizza per le proprie cure quotidiane. 19

Prove scientifiche di altissimo livello confermano l’efficacia clinica della medicina omeopatica

  • Gli effetti clinici dei medicinali omeopatici sono stati confermati da numerose revisioni sistematiche e da metanalisi20,21,22,23,24,25,26

Esistono prove convincenti dell’efficacia biologica della medicina omeopatica

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