Monday, April 17, 2017

Analyzing Autism Spectrum Disorders - Autism Treatment Solutions

Autism Treatment Solutions
While depression or NTSS has become extremely common, another set of complex biochemical changes in the brain has reached epidemic status: autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Autism now affects 1 in every 91 children born in the United States, and that statistic doesn’t include children with ADD or ADHD. In my pinion, ASD is a continuum that runs from ADD on one end to profound autism at the other.

Fingering the cause
The cause of autism spectrum disorders? Toxins, and a variety of biochemical alterations that affect the brain as a result of increased toxicity. It has taken many years for even the basic causes of autism to be identified.
Over the decades, the disorders have been attributed to everything from inattentive mothers to psychiatric disorders. But the root of the problem is a biochemical disorder that involves the kind of toxicity I discuss in many areas of this book. As with any controversial disease or condition, plenty of naysayers refute this line of thinking, but the evidence is growing and enforcing it more and more every day.

Figuring out the best treatments
Effective treatment for ASD requires a range of efforts . The best treatments involve clearing up
the gut to get rid of yeast, parasites, abnormal bacteria, and viruses; detoxifying heavy metals; making dietary changes that focus on wholesome, organic, healthful food; supplementing with the essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids; and eliminating wheat and milk
products.

We don’t have all the answers, but data collected by the Autism Research Institute has shown these changes to be effective in improving the behaviors and life of children on the spectrum. Seventy-four percent of parents of ASD children report that their children are improved after having heavy metals
removed; 72 percent are improved after receiving methyl-B12 injections; and 65 percent show improvement after being on a gluten-free, casein-free diet. If you or someone you know suffers from an autism spectrum disorder, be sure to talk to your doctor about the importance of detoxifying and avoiding
toxic influences. For more information, visit the Web sites of the Autism Research Institute and Defeat Autism Now! (www.autism.com) or Generation Rescue (www.generationrescue.org).

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