Tell me if this sounds familiar: your child begins to break out in a skin rash, and he or she can't stop scratchin'. Ugh, it drives you crazy. Then you start to itch and scratch just like they are. Maybe you have sympathetic pains and suddenly breakout in a rash. If you are a responsible parent you would go and see your doctor. They would probably advise you to take an over the counter medication/lotion or write you a prescription for Cortisone cream. And the diagnose you or your child receive is the Big "E" word. "ECZEMA!" You are faithful to your Doctor's request for several days; your condition(s) either improve, or remain the same. Let's say they do get better, now you feel confident enough to stop the medication causing your symptoms to come back. What should you do? Well? Eczema is a common problem in children and is a food allergy until proven otherwise. Let's go over some facts: The problem often appears on the face as patches of reddish, scaling skin. As eczema worsens, the skin becomes more itchy, red, thickened, and grooved, and may blister, weep, and crack. -The typical distribution of eczema is on the face, behind the ears, on the fronts of the elbows, the backs of the knees, the hands, neck, and trunk. -The neck may show what looks like a (dirty neck). -Hands may be dry and thickened. The face is less frequently affected. Children with eczema often develop other problems with allergies and can progress to more serious conditions like asthma, sinusitis, infections, joint pain, and arthritis. In a double-blind food challenge of 320 children with eczema a food allergy was present in 64% of the patients. Allergies occur when your immune system makes a mistake. Normally, your immune system protects you from germs and disease. It does this by producing antibodies that help you fight off bacteria, viruses, and other micro-organisms. For the fifty percent of Americans (128 million people) suffering from various health problems caused by allergies not yet known to them, NAET will come as an astonishing surprise. So what is NAET you ask? NAET stands for Natural Allergy Elimination Technique. It is an extremely safe and effective means of treating all forms of allergies. This form of treatment has been around for over 25 years and was developed by a doctor who was seeking an alternative treatment for patients. There are no needles, shots or medications used. The treatment is completely painless and totally safe for infants, children and adults. By using NAET we are able to reprogram the immune system. With NAET, I have treated many patients with Eczema and have found that most patients have incredible relief of their itching, redness, dryness and flaking. Their skin color and texture changes once we clear them of their allergic responses.
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