All You Need to Know about Autism Treatment by HBOT

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Recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have indicated that about 1 in 59 children are being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in the United States, annually. Moreover, this number is slated to increase further unless adequate treatment is not provided at the earliest. Autism Spectrum Disorder is and has been posing to be a serious health concern amongst the world community. In recent years, medical professionals have been recommending Autism treatment by HBOT to patients, as this non-invasive therapy is believed to offer the…

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How can Hyperbaric Therapy Help Autistic Children Having Muted Fear Response?

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The Essence of Life! The essence of life is always defined by a range of human emotions that we display or convey whilst presented with situations that elicit a certain reaction! These emotions can be classified as moments of happiness, excitement, sorrow, anger, or fear, depending on the life experiences of an individual. Children are always known to express their feelings with a sense of careless abandon, but are quite careful and sensitive if they sense danger or fear. The Impact of Autism on Children: Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD…

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Being Bilingual May be Beneficial for Children with Autism

Bilingual May be Beneficial for Children with Autism

Small children possess an incredible capacity to learn, absorb, and process an immense range of information. Their speech, cognition, social, and behavioral skills grow by leaps and bounds with each passing day. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for children suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorders. Compared to normal children who are very adept at picking up multiple languages simultaneously, autistic children may find it an uphill and challenging task. What is Autism and How It Affects Regular Development A neurodevelopmental disorder, autism affects the way the different parts of the…

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Social Behavior in Autistic Children Restored with Brain Stimulation

Social Behavior in Autistic Children Restored with Brain Stimulation

According to new research, neuromodulation can be one of the ways to manage autism spectrum disorder. As per research, the right Crus I (RCrusI) has a significant role to play as far as autism is concerned. This area is not just for co-ordinating movements, but it also affects ASD behaviour. After lots of research, it has been found that any issues with this area can lead to social impairment. According to Dr Peter Tsai, this finding is very important and that though one cannot change the genetic combination of the…

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4 Key Questions About Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Key Questions About Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) has gained wide popularity as a treatment for a number of medical conditions. It has also been used as an alternative treatment for several health conditions where conventional medicine has been unable to provide any significant benefits. HBOT involves breathing of 100% oxygen within a chamber, called hyperbaric chamber, in which the atmospheric pressure is controlled and increased. Normally, oxygen transportation within the body takes place through red blood cells.  With Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, oxygen dissolves in all fluids of the body, fluids of central nervous…

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A Few Tips to Make This Halloween Memorable for Children with Autism

Few Tips to Make This Halloween Memorable for Children with Autism

Halloween is here! This is the time when every child dresses up and heads towards their neighborhood in hope of a treat.However, this festive time poses a great challenge to the parents who have kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Most of the autistic children do not like things which are out of ordinary, like dressing up for school parties in an odd manner, and trick-or-treating. How should parents handle this situation? Let’s try to find a perfect solution to address this issue. Psychiatrists and Autism experts have suggested that…

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Professorship seeks to Go Toward Exploring New Treatments for Autism

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A neuroscientist and specialist in magnetoencephalographic brain imaging, Sam Doesburg is going to carry out research on the potential of new treatments for improving Autism. To start this new venture, he will be joining Simon Fraser University (SFU) as the new Callum Frost Professor of Translational Research in autism. Doesburg’s investigation involves finding out how hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) provides relief and betters the condition of kids affected by autistic disorder. He will be provided with the hyperbaric oxygen chamber of SFU to conduct his entire research – the sole…

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6 Ideas to Help You Celebrate the Month of Autism Awareness

Celebrate the Month of Autism Awareness

“April is the cruellest month”, once said the Nobel laureate T.S. Eliot in his famous poem “The Waste Land.” Of course, he had some valid reasons for addressing April as the cruelest month, but this is not the truth all the time. Every year, April comes with some blessings for the autistic children – blessings of knowledge, blessings of awareness. After all, April is the month of autism awareness! Everyone should be aware of this condition named autism, not only the parents of the autistic children. Even if you have…

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ADHD Epidemic? How and Why This Disorder Occurs

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ADHD Epidemic? How and Why This Disorder Occurs   ADHD, the commonly used acronym for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, is commonly thought of as being a childhood problem. However, it can also occur in adults to a different degree. Those who are unfamiliar with ADHD, often believe it is simply a discipline problem with children simply being hyper and misbehaving. Understanding how and why ADHD occurs can clear up these misconceptions. Risk Factors and Causes ADHD is equally common in children of all backgrounds, nationalities, and lifestyles, and seems to be caused…

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Study the Symptoms: How to Know If Your Child Has ADHD

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Study the Symptoms: How to Know If Your Child Has ADHD According to the American Psychiatric Association, 5% of children have ADHD, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Kids who have ADHD may find it difficult to focus, be hyperactive, or extremely impulsive. ADHD can have a major impact on a child’s ability to do well in school and in certain social situations. Luckily, there are medications and various treatments for children who suffer from ADHD. In fact, there are even some advantages to ADHD. Kids who learn to live with the challenge…

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