The first myth is children outgrow eczema. We’re made up of energy and one thing I understand for sure is that energy can’t be removed it will just alternate form. So when someone says to me their child just outgrew the eczema I then ask if their child have seasonal allergies. Usually they say allergies or hay fever to the environment.
Many folks even state that their child went from experiencing eczema to asthma. Makes you wonder if the parents did nothing to help their kid’s eczema problem and their kid outgrew the eczema condition then most likely the energy altered from eczema into something a lot worse (i.E. Hay fever, severe allergies, asthma). Maybe you should do something more about it before it does. Your child does not have to suffer in this way.
The second myth is if your child still have eczema beyond age 2 then he/she will have it all his/her life. My son had eczema until he was 4 years of age. He is currently eczema free. Once you learn what eczema really is and what your kid’s body is communicating via his/her skin you could put an end to the eczema no matter what age your kid is.
The third myth is focusing mainly on the skin may put an end to eczema. This is probably the biggest myth I have come across. Our skin is a double sided organ that reflects what our body is experiencing from the inside. It makes sense to figure out what is going on inside the body to stop the eczema yet support the damaged skin with the proper skin care products.
As a parent you are the sole care giver of your child and the only person that knows your child better then you is your child him/herself. Locate support from those who really wish to team up with you to end your kid’s eczema.