Head Lice Treatment
Dealing with the stigma that is usually associated with cases of head lice is not always easy, especially for children who have to deal with constant teasing and bullying at school resulting from a case of head lice. They become embarrassed about lice. Thankfully, it is good to know that educators, health care workers and parents all over the country are placing a huge emphasis in educating children about the causes and the risks of head lice which has helped to reduce the amount of teasing that children have to endure at school and other social settings.
Unfortunately, not everyone is aware of the how head lice contracted and unfortunately this social stigma does still persist. The natural reaction towards this mindset and the behavior associated with it is of course is to feel embarrassed about lice. Some people still believe that these parasites appear in conditions of squalor, bad hygiene or disease, when in reality this has nothing to do with the spread of head lice from one host to another.
Contracting Head Lice
Let’s make it clear right now; having lice should be nothing to be embarrassed about. As children, it is almost inevitable that at least once during our childhood we will catch lice. This is something that is natural and widely accepted at schools all over the country; lice WILL spread by direct contact with other children and when we are this young it is almost inevitable to come in direct contact with other children.
As adults, the odds of getting head lice are significantly reduced due to the fact that we usually don’t come in direct contact with other adults unless it is our significant other or perhaps family members. But if you are a parent you should know that hugging, playing and spending time with your children is a necessity. If you children happened to catch lice and they came into contact with you before you noticed it, you are a prime target for a lice infestation.
While it is impossible to deny the fact that even today there exists a certain social taboo surrounding head lice, we should know that the ability to explain this situation to our co-workers, our family members and especially our children will go a long ways towards making sure that this taboo disappears in the near future.
It is also good to know that the efforts of parents and educators are definitely making an impact when it comes to understanding head lice and their behavior. But the implicit need to justify ourselves in front of our friends, coworkers and relatives still exists and it is one of the main reasons why this taboo still exists; think about the ways in which you would excuse or justify yourself if you had to. Perhaps you’d bring up the fact that your house is not dirty or that you bathe every day and hygiene actually has nothing to do with contracting head lice.
The best way to deal with this social taboo is to simply explain the situation to those that you have come in contact with and get this issue resolved right away. The discretion of school nurses and teachers is important as well, especially when dealing with children in elementary or middle school.
Here at ClearLice we understand how frustrating a lice infestation and we want to make sure that everyone can get back to their regular activities as soon as possible. This is why we have developed a unique natural formula that will get rid of lice and nits from your head and home in one day, guaranteed. You will not have any of the side effects typically associated with other treatments or over-the-counter formulas that contain chemicals and pesticides.
As you can see, the power to stop the social taboo that has been built up around head lice is within you. By stopping the spread of misinformation and informing our children at home about the causes and treatments available for head lice, we can make sure that our children remain unaffected by any cases of bullying or teasing at school. Our natural lice treatment, ClearLice, also ensures that everyone can get back to their regular activities as soon as possible.