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  • Writer's pictureDallas Shepard

Is there help for Autism?

Updated: May 26, 2023

there is help for autism
There is help for autism

At just three and half years old, the world was an overwhelming place for this little boy with autism. Sitting still was a challenge, and simple touches often felt unbearable. His mom was beyond frustrated and struggling to cope. That's when they found Harmonized Brain Centers. After just three sessions, the changes were remarkable. He was able to sit more calmly and take in our care. Over time, his social interactions improved and he even made some friends at school. But perhaps the most exciting improvement of all was the family's trip to the zoo. They had been before, but this time it was different. No meltdowns or tantrums. Just a fun and enjoyable day. If you or someone you know is seeking help for autism, don't lose hope. With the right support, there are breakthroughs possible.

Autism is a neurological disorder that affects the way an individual interacts and communicates with others. It can also cause difficulties in social interaction and communication, as well as restricted, repetitive behaviors. Here are the top 5 symptoms of autism: 1. Deficits in Social Interaction - Autistic individuals often have difficulty understanding social cues such as facial expressions and body language, which can lead to difficulty interacting with others in an appropriate manner. 2. Language Barriers - Autistic individuals may struggle to verbalize their thoughts or find it difficult to understand spoken language. They may also use words too literally or not at all, making it difficult for them to communicate effectively. 3. Repetitive Behaviors - Autistic individuals often display repetitive behaviors such as rocking, hand-flapping or spinning in circles. These are typically used to help calm themselves when feeling overwhelmed or anxious. 4. Sensory Disorders - Many autistic individuals have difficulty with sensory processing, meaning they may be hypersensitive to certain noises, textures and sensations that non-autistic people find harmless. 5. Anxiety - People on the autism spectrum can experience high levels of fear and anxiety due to their lack of understanding of social cues or their inability to communicate effectively with others. In essence they can be overwhelmed or overstimulated in quote "normal" circumstances. Fortunately, there are a number of treatments available that provide relief from these symptoms and improve quality of life for those living with autism. LENS Neurofeedback is a brain-based intervention that helps to improve the electrical activity in the brain while nutrigenomics is a natural approach to activating cells to function at their optimal level by decreasing cellular stress and producing more energy on a cell by cell basis. Physical Vascular Therapy can help alleviate anxiety by improving blood flow and oxygen uptake to the brain and body. Blood brings in nutrients while the oxygen takes out toxins. Lastly, low level light therapy has been found to be helpful in reducing some of the symptoms associated with autism, such as anxiety and overwhelm. By combining these treatments, it is possible to reduce autism-related symptoms and improve quality of life for those living with the disorder. With proper care, support and implementation of therapies, many individuals on the spectrum are able to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives. At the Harmonized Brain Centers all our care is Drug-Free, Non Invasive, Safe, Effective and Affordable as we care for our clients uniqueness on the autism spectrum by creating the best environment for their brains to function. We believe everyone deserves their BEST BRAINS EVER!


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