I am delving briefly into this subject as my wee man is not terribly content with Mr. Jackson right now. But I must admit, I have an itch to write. I need to write and this is something I feel I need to touch on as it keeps appearing when speaking with friends or loved ones. In theory we all know what a symptom is. In practice, do we have the slightest clue?
I need to clarify this. Anything, ANYTHING that is not balance within/with on the body (think of a newborn, peaceful, baby ... if you have ever seen one) is a symptom. Many of us have no idea our symptoms are symptoms because we have been living with them for so long. Acne is a symptom. If it is something that strictly transpires during the teenage ears, it is still a symptom. But in this particular case, it is due to hormonal imbalances as a result of puberty (this is different then hormonal imbalanced due to dairy, autoimmune disease, BPA and other phytoestrogens or other factors). I'm going to be quick because I now have a very content Wee Man sitting on my lap wiggling quite a bit!
Typically ignored symptoms include:
Symptoms are warning signs. If we ignore them, we are ignoring the warnings that our bodies (our children's bodies) are giving us. Do you and your child a favor and really think about anything that does not seem "normal." You could do yourself and your child a great service.
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Hi there, Wysteria here. I will be writing as regularly as possible on behalf of my family and regarding our adventures in farming, food, health and things of the like. My interest range widely and my brain wanders far. Namaste.