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The body solves it alone, it is its natural tendency.
The immune system is strengthened after the battles that the body solves. That is why it is important to let certain diseases and symptoms such as fever, flu, etc.
It is very important to trust the wisdom that our body possesses and that of our children. The message that we usually send to our children is: "You cannot alone, I have to help you", and without trying to understand what is happening we get scared and give them some kind of medicine that immediately removes the pain and symptoms, without know that these are often very important to strengthen the child's immune system (for that, alternative medicine such as homeopathy, acupuncture or herbal medicine is usually very effective, because instead of covering the problem with a patch? medicine? helps the body use its own tools, making it stronger and stronger instead of weakening it).
In our day average health equals illness.
In ancient times doctors kept the community healthy, today successful doctors have many sick patients.
Now medicine has been divided, the person is no longer seen in an integral way.
During the first 7 years of the child, the development of the body and emotions takes place, so the child's body goes through various inflammatory processes of cold, heat, fever. The "anti" drugs often interrupt the processes.
Preventive medicine may be an option because it is non-invasive and less toxic.
Knowing that you are not always off the charts is dangerous. Doctors often scare us because our children are not within certain parameters, without taking into account the context of each child, and knowing from the outset that we are all different and that many times these statistics are not made for our country.
As I mentioned earlier, try to always have an alternative medicine option (homeopathy, herbalism, ayurveda, acupuncture, among others) apart from your pediatrician.
2) Water (water quality)
3) The air we breathe and how we breathe.
In the context in which we live, we have less and less time for ourselves and more for society. Let us stop for a moment to think about what we are doing and why we are doing it.