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Neurofeedback intervention for Autism, Asperger's, PDD disorder

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Biochemistry intervention for autism, asperger's, PDD disorder
QEEG brain mapping assessment for autism, asperger's, PDD disorder
Neurofeedback intervention for Autism, Asperger's, PDD disorder

Neurofeedback for Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome & PDD

Autism description

Autism is a disorder of the neural development and is characterized by significant impairment in social interactions, communication and restricted patterns of behaviour, interest, and activities.  It was once thought to be a rare disorder. However, today, the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (which include autistic disorder and Asperger’s disorder) is estimated as high as 1 in every 150 births (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, 2007). Neurobiological influences have been shown to have great impact on autism children.

 

Under the autism spectrum disorder, Asperger’s disorder is commonly named. Asperger’s disorder involves significant impairment in the ability to engage in meaningful social interaction, along with restricted and repetitive stereotyped behaviours but without the severe delays in language or other cognitive skills characteristic of people with autism. They display impaired social relationships and restricted or unusual behaviours or activities but unlike individuals with autism, they can often be quite verbal. Aspergers primarily show few severe cognitive impairments and usually have IQ scores within the average range.

 

Autism symptoms

Three major impairments of autism are: impairment in social interactions, impairment in communications, and restricted behaviour, interests and activities. These delays or abnormal functioning begin before a child is three years old. Symptoms include:

 

 

 

Autism biochemistry

Neurobiological influences have been greatly studied to explain the social and communication problems observed in autism. These include:

 

 

Autism intervention

Till this day, there has been no cure for autism. However, the biochemistry of autism children has been proven important throughout their developmental growth. Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis, Blood and Urine Test are inexpensive yet effective methods in identifying toxicity, digestion, food allergies and nutritional imbalances. Intervention through supplementation and dietary habits could be designed to overcome the aversive effects of the environment on the children.

 

 

 

As autism presents as a spectrum of disorders, QEEG brain mapping is essential to

view the different brain profiles. Some autistic children have cortical hyperactivity

at various parts of the brain while other have exhaustion and shut downs profile.

 

 

 

 

Neurofeedback is an intervention that aims at exercising specific parts of the brain.  

With the brain exercise, the neural activities at these specific locations of the brain

can be directly regulated. Finally, these regulations will result in

 

 

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