Sometimes we tend to label things as minor. In many cases I hear people say “if it’s not life threatening it’s ok” and so we add a whole heap of things in the minor ailments basket. One of these is eczema, but after working with hundreds of cases (mainly children but also adults) in Australia and Asia, I am here to tell you that it is not a minor skin condition and it affects yours and your child’s daily life in significant ways.
If you’re a parent with a child who has eczema, and you have felt frustrated, tired or even felt that you are failing to rectify it, you are not alone and these feelings are valid.
-Eczema disrupts your child’s sleep, which is much needed for cell renewal, detoxification, as well as their cognitive and physical development
-Eczema may affect your child’s performance at school due to lack of confidence, severe preoccupation with scratching, and body image concerns
-Eczema medications commonly prescribed by doctors may contain known carcinogens; that’s why they are prescribed on a limited use basis which is often not enough time to treat the condition.
-This in turn starts the constant cycle of doctor and skin specialist appointments, and having to figure it all out, whilst spending money to do so. So yes. eczema also has financial implications to you and your family
-Most importantly, many doctors treat the condition, not the cause which means that healing can be slow as the real reasons behind the cause of eczema remain untreated.
-If not treated successfully, eczema patients learn to put up with the irritation to the point where it becomes a way of life. Without them knowing this it inhibits their potential, and this is worse if the patient is young and still building their confidence within their social settings.
So, eczema is not a minor skin condition!
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