Originally Posted by guerrillamama
Congrats on your success, that is so awesome!!!
Ok, it is worth thinking about.
I'm assuming my insurance won't cover it, right? I don't actually know yet what my insurance will be, but if it covers naturopathy, etc I will start there. If no luck there I will look into NAET.
We have been having so many behavioral issues all of a sudden (see my posts in GD!). I'm not sure if there is any correllation to the eczema - that is, the eczema isn't getting worse at the same time or anything like that - but no doubt being itchy and/or in pain all the time is not improving his mood.
the sucky thing is it's very hard to get insurance coverage for it.
I have heard about people getting coverage from accupuncturists who do NAET under that category. I pay $75 for each visit, and we have been going weekly. It's really starting to hurt our pockets, but I think it is worth it in the long run, because the results last life long and he will never have to take zyrtek or use the steroidal creams, and hopefully never get asthma (runs in our family and he was on "the track").
Also: BEHAVIOR was a HUGE problem for us. I think that is covered in some of the threads in my siggie. We were having gigantic volcanic meltdowns that were out of control and lasted 25 minutes. Like tantrum seizures.
This does not happen anymore. But it started around his third birthday and became a huge problem by 3 1/2. Now, a lot of people say that 3 1/2 is a very challenging age behaviorwise, and by age 4 things start to level out, which has been happening for us, but I don't know any other children his age who had the emotional problems he had.
and when we started NAET, the sleep and tantrums got better. When we had a parent/teacher conference two months after starting NAET, the teacher remarked on how far he has come since the beginning of the year. Well, I struck it up to NAET, bc we started NAET at the end of January. I'm saying MARKED improvement, bc ds was having struggles with his behavior EVERY DAY in school up until that point, and I was really stressing about it and wishing I hadn't committed to the contract which we couldn't get out of to pay for his preschool, and almost ready to give up thousands of dollars to get him out of there. But then he had a turnaround, and now he loves it there and they love him. All since NAET.
Make sure you get a practitioner listed on the website, bc they are certified. Anyone else not on the site is not qualified and recognized by the NAET people.