I get asked this question a lot on how to stay strong when you have eczema.
It is, personally, one of the most difficult things to do, so hopefully this video will help.
I personally love this video because I had a chance to sit down with Dr. Jason (the naturopath who helped my skin during my healing journey, who you might remember from my podcast interview here) to share tips on how to stay strong when you have eczema.
Dr. Jason suffered from very severe eczema for over 11 years, and in this video you’ll get to hear him share life lessons and the positive things/blessings that can come out of your experience with eczema, despite how hard it is. It’s encouraging and inspiring at the same time.
Hopefully this video can help you or someone else that you know who suffers from it.
Good luck on your journey and don’t give up!
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Gabrielle Wanner says
Thank you Abby for your continuing help in the form of videos, etc. I’ve been gluten free for years, since I have Celiac disorder, however I discovered that all forms of dairy makes my eczema MUCH WORSE! The problem is, when the eczema appears to be mostly receding, than another intolerance crops up. I hadn’t eaten grapes in a while since I’m diabetic, but I started eating organic grapes, and voila… the eczema reared it’s head again. Also I recently learned that levothyroxine pills given to hypothyroid patients can have lactose in it, unless one takes levoxyl, a lactose-free form of levothyroxine. I’m grateful that someone made the effort to put this info out.
Interesting. Thank you for sharing that, Gabrielle! I pray you find something that helps your eczema permanently heal 🙂
Thanks once again, Abby. That is so true what Dr. Jason said about vitality. My LO is incredibely strong and she is only 5 and she has eczema since she is 1. She often surprised me with how strong she was when I was not that strong to be able to help her. Those were very difficult times. But, thankfully, she is heaps better now even though we still have a lot to goin order to be able to get rid of this cursed thing.
You’re welcome, Mev! I’m glad your little one is strong. I pray she’ll find something to help her heal and continue to get better 🙂 You’re doing a great job!