Have you ever felt that your practitioner isn’t successfully helping your skin?
Are you confused about why you’ve heard that certain practitioners are good – yet they still aren’t helping your eczema?
Sometimes on your healing journey, it can take seeing at least 3-4 practitioners before you find healing (and, of course, there are always exceptions to this rule, because sometimes it can take more or less practitioners than that). Sometimes it can take a few practitioners to see healing, because not every practitioner is always a right fit for you.
Every person’s eczema has a different root cause, and every practitioner has an expertise in a different area. This will affect whether they’re able to help get to the root cause of your eczema.
For instance, a nutritionist may be very good at detecting if your eczema stems from food sensitivities, but if your root cause is a much deeper issue related to your adrenals or hormones, then a naturopath who has more experience in this area may be more helpful.
I’ve also had instances where my naturopath could not help me anymore, and I had to rely on another practitioner to use live blood cell analysis to examine my blood cells to see what was missing. This practitioner is so knowledgable that she has now become my primary practitioner.
I also once had a practitioner who was heavily focused on how emotions affect the skin. It wasn’t until I started paying attention to this area and working on my emotions, that parts of my skin had improved.
This is why you will notice on your healing journey that you need to rely on the expertise of different practitioners to find healing.
I have also seen a well known Chinese doctor, who I was told could help me, but her expertise was not in eczema or skin issues – so she actually worsened my condition a lot. She then passed me onto a more knowledgable practitioner who managed to help me more.
Please note that I am not encouraging you to see multiple practitioners at once like I did – but I wanted to explain how sometimes we may need to rely on the expertise of different practitioners around us. 🙂
I hope this demonstrates to you that healing is not linear, and sometimes it can take time and patience to find the right practitioner for you.
P.S. If you have been seeing your practitioner for 4-6 months and you are not seeing results, it may be time to find a new practitioner who can help you.
Good luck and don’t give up hope, because I believe that you can heal and find the right practitioner to help you. When you do find the right practitioner, they can often help you heal exceedingly faster than if you were to do it on your own.
Learn more about my Conqueror Dry Skin Soothing Balm or visit my eBook links below to learn more about how you can heal your skin:
- The Elimination Diet: A Guide to Conquer Eczema & Food Sensitivities
- Healing Eczema: Why Dieting Is Not Enough
- The Power of Thoughts: How Mindset Shifts Can Help Eliminate Eczema
- My Detailed Eczema Healing Treatment Plan
Click here for more eczema resources or visit my list of recommended products for eczema!
Abby is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who helps clients achieve optimal health. She is passionate about seeing people use health and nutrition to transform lives. She hopes that her experiences and knowledge can help educate others on natural remedies that will help eczema. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, or YouTube for more updates!
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