I did a Hair Test. Please help interpert results
I tested my 4 year old son, and would like some help in understanding the results.
Which minerals aren't where they should be, what treatments....
I'm totally new to this.http://www.livingne
His behavior is listed in the pdf, but it's subtle stuff - nothing
crazy out of the ordinary. Yet after reading other people's comments,
I figured it doesn't hurt to see if all these subtle stuff is normal
boy, active, behavior, or if it's more than that.
He can get frustrated easily. (So can I.) In the school setting, he
behaves well. His skills are up to par, he understand well. He's more
of a leader, he can hit a bit in school, if he wants something and
not getting it, although it's really not often that this happens -
part of the learning to share process! At home, he likes to have
things first, before his 2.5 yr. old brother, but he usually plays
very nicely together with him.
In the story of Purim, he's terrible afraid of Haman - the "evil"
character, even though I tell him daily, that he's dead already, and
he won't be visiting him, and he can't bother anyone any more. He
doesn't stop talking about him. (He does not watch scary movies or TV
at all.) This is the scariest story he's heard. He "lives it."
He can wake up crying from a nightmare, and then it takes a really
long time to calm him down.
He's trained by day, and at night, he needs a diaper. He refuses to
put it on - saying "I'm not a baby." We have to put it once he's
asleep. He wakes up at times when we put it on him, and he gets very
upset, cries a while...
He loves sweet things. So do I - I eat a lot of fruits, if I want to
stay off candy. It's really hard for me without sweet foods. I also
really like protein - chicken, meat. (I'm going to test for yeast, I
Thanks a lot everyone. I really appreciate this.