The healing process is complex. Our bodies are designed to be able to heal themselves. However, there are actions that we must do for the healing to take place in the most efficient and effective ways. This article is intended to empower you to take action and help your child to be able to move forward with their recovery, healing, and thriving.
There are ways to accomplish all of the following without your child feeling left out of fun or treats. I have done all of the following and more over the years for my son, who is now sixteen, and is happy and thriving beautifully.
You need no special degree or certification to support your child's health and recovery in powerful ways. You are the parent and they need you to do this for them.
Doctors treat symptoms. When you are going for actual healing, a more holistic approach can be more effective. Sometimes this means using a combination of allopathic and natural treatments.
Remember your power: You have more than you may realize. When I started helping my son, I had no training or skills in natural health and healing, and yet I jumped right in and did what I could as I learned along the way. You can do this, too. I hope that my sharing the knowledge and experience I have gained over the years can help to make your and your children's journeys easier than ours.
#1 - Do Everything You Can to Keep Chemicals Away from Your Child.
Sensitive people’s bodies have difficulty processing and detoxifying chemicals and other toxins. Unfortunately, there are multitudes of them in our air, water, and food supplies. However, there are many things you can do to keep extra chemicals away from your child’s body. This eases the toxic burden they have to deal with and allows for healing to take place. It also allows for their bodies to return to and maintain a state of balance and homeostasis more gently. The more the body has to detoxify, the worse your child will feel. Here is how you can do this:
#2 - Support Their Bodies with the Best Nutrition You Can Provide.
What kids eat is a vital piece to them being able to thrive. Here are some action steps you can take to support your child’s well-being. Be consistent. If your child attends school, make sure to send snacks, water, and food from home each day. If there will be treats given at school, send your child with food you have prepared from home that is safe and healthy to eat.
#3 - Support Them Through the Detox Process.
In the beginning, their bodies will have to go through a cleansing process as the chemicals are detoxified. Sometimes they may appear to be struggling even more than before. This will pass. The more chemicals they have been exposed to over time, the more they will have to detox. Here are some things you can do to make the detoxification process more efficient and less unpleasant:
I have shared with you some basic foundations pieces that you can put into place to support your child’s healing and well-being. If you need more action steps, there are more that you can implement once these have been consistently established. You can refer to my book, The Foundations System, for many more ideas and tools that you can use yourself to supports your child’s healing and overall health.