Zinc is an essential mineral for growth and development
Iron levels down …….could be the result of a couple of different overlooked issues.
When your red blood cells are out of balance life giving oxygen is not being distributed as efficiently as needed; 4 molecules of oxygen bind with one red blood cell.
When you have an infection, bacteria etc you may experience a fever as your body’s immune system sets about to remove the infection.
One of the reasons for the temperature is to hold on to the iron in your body so that the bacteria and viruses are not able to use it.
Bacteria and viruses require iron.
If your iron levels are low could your body be intentionally keeping levels down to help get rid of the bacteria and viruses.
By increasing the number of good bacteria in your body you may signal to the body that it is safe to increase the iron levels in the blood and that the iron won’t be taken by the bacteria and viruses.
Pyphoria is a very commonly overlooked condition which will make it more difficult to get the iron levels up.
The enteric nervous system – the gut really does need to be working well to help with anemia – so check out the foods that actually stress your body and then give yourself a break from them to allow healing of the gut.
Anemia is a condition which should be taken seriously.
For more information https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/anaemia
The family is the stamping ground for cooperation and social skills. But what if you are the youngest in the family and the big brothers or sisters are allowed to do things that you are not allowed to?
Actually it is more of a safety issue with you being 2 or 3, whilst the elder kids in the family are double or triple your age.
When you are 3 and wanting to show the world that you are independent and capable and can and want to do what your 8 year old sister is doing. However your care givers have a different perspective and want to keep you safe so you can’t join in.
It is certainly confusing the mind of a young child.
From this you may develop a belief habit of I’m not good at anything or that I am always excluded. You then take this belief into your adult life and your subconscious mind keeps the belief constantly being reinforced. A childhood message becomes your adult limiting belief.
Ways to deconstruct the limiting beliefs. Brain Integration work used in Kinesiology to change the belief pattern into a more constructive message will have a profound effect on your life.
Family management – as a parent a strategy to help the younger children feel more of an equal is to mark different ages with different experiences. Eg have a three year old climbing tree and then choose another for when you are 5. How about a tandem parachute jump at 15 years and the choice for another jump the next year? Your eldest at 15 will appear a lot older than your youngest at 15. Having age related milestones reminds parents of the developmental progress all the children go through.
More information on sibling rivalry
How to manage a childs’ anger
The first seven years of our life is the formation time of our survival behaviours which we take into our adult years.
These are learned behaviours and belief patterns which should give you the strength confidence and resilience to enjoy and prosper in life and relationships.
Sometimes our first seven years do not provide the nurturing we as individuals need, we suppress our emotions to survive and instead of feeling confident we lack confidence and self esteem, we react to situations rather than respond, and we sense the lack in our lives and don’t feel that sense of happiness to radiate our true being.
Anger is a reactive behaviour and has been described as unresolved grief being directed outwards. In an angry state, the brain locks into survival mode operating from the back left lobe with reduced blood flow to the frontal thinking cortex and increased adrenaline. The hemispheres of the brain are not integrated in a time of stress.
Support your child by holding the forehead and back of head and encourage good breathing with the stomach expanding on the in breath… improving blood flow and oxygen.
Apply pressure to the pad part of the palm below the thumb to reduce adrenaline.
With an integrated brain and reduced adrenaline your child is able to make a conscious choice about behaviour. William Glasser developed Choice Therapy which beautifully explains the interaction between wants and needs and behaviour.
Is my angry child on the Autistic Spectrum?
As parents you may be called upon to trust your intuition when you sense that something more is effecting your child’s emotional behaviour. CEASE Therapy provides support and guidance to help parents of children who have autism.
Soothing your Small Intestine
Your child’s grumpiness may be a symptom of an unhappy small intestine which is allowing larger food molecules to hit the blood stream. This contributes to a number of inflammatory responses and toxin build up in the body. Inflammatory brain response resulting in inflammatory behaviour. Then you are pulling your hair out….and your child is really asking you for help.
Get rid of wheat …. try buckwheat, amaranth and quinoa available in your supermarket.
Probiotics …..give the good bacteria a chance to get rid of toxins – take just before bed.
Please check the vitamin B levels in particular B12. Low B12 contributes to a wide variety of diseases and syndromes. In fact many conditions are really an undiagnosed B12 deficiency.
Natural products – rethink your toothpaste and coax the kids to gargle with himalayan sea salt, use dental floss and brush with a paste of sodium bicarbonate. Exercise your tongue by moving it in and around your teeth and gums. Exercising your tongue in the way it was designed to work also improves your facial tone.
Make bathtime a soak in magnesium chloride or epsom salts (magnesium sulphate as magnesium is a great pain reliever! Some people use magnesium in place of paracetemol.
Milk – we could drink it until the cows come home but how congested so we get? Goats milk, rice milk could be your replacement. Try plain yoghurt with a little water on quinoa porridge.
Check this site for the very soothing, intestinal nurturing chicken and pumpkin soup.
Chia seeds are a great anti-inflammatory, soak and add a green vege powder for a quick me up. If you are a busy mum, have this drink daily to help keep your energy levels up.
Use Xylitol instead of sugar and it soothes the intestinal walls and is good for your gums.
Find what works for you and start with the changes that suit you. Give yourself some time and make more changes
If you are in your 50’s or 60’s you are probably having more trips to the dentist than before. All the childhood traumas of invasive dentistry are being reactivated as you prepare for yet another fix it routine for weakened teeth.
Just when you thought you could take another direction in life dental issues pop up. You have been an amazing mother, wife/partner, work colleague in a time of liberation and superb marketing controlling your destiny.
How did you get to be spending so much time in the chair? A gentle ride these days but your memory clicks back to the manual pumped chair taking your to a place where pain was inflicted and your mum thanked the dentist for his work!!!
You have been the liberated woman, held down a responsible job, responsibly, ignoring the corporate politics which goes with every organisation. Turning up when you are your death bed for your take your sickies to tend to your children. You have ferried your children to every bum fight, school event, kid event you could just to prove that you are a good mum. You have tended to numerous bouts of man flu which makes it impossible for your partner to be there the 100%
Thanks Germainne Greer for changing the group consciousness
Look at the dancing lady – which way is she turning?
As your brain switches from left hemisphere to right hemisphere she changes direction.
Try this with a friend ….. and notice when you see the same thing or the opposite.
We all have our own point of view and now you can see why. Sometimes we do not operate from the same hemisphere. Another reason to be easy on yourself and others.