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Autism Improvement Using NT

Autism Improvement Using NT

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Autism Improvement Using NT
Only in the past few years have some Neurofeedback (NFB) clinicians worked withautistic children. Success has been rare. Few parents can afford the horrible cost, andfew clinicians are willing to take on an autistic child, because of the difficulties involved.1. How do you attach sensors to an autistic child? Even using a helmet?2. If you do get a connection, how do you motivate such a child? (A key to success).3. The cost can bankrupt any family except the very wealthy.Enter Neuroliminal Training (NT). All three of the above problems above are solvedwith its usage. There is no sensor attachment needed, nor any helmet, nor ismotivation important. Since NT works by using a subliminal messaging technique thatworks during sleep, or as a background to play or study, It can be done at home using arepeating CD, and at an affordable cost to even a low income family. NT improvesautism symptoms gradually over time in the same way as NFB.Neuroliminal Training (NT) does for autistics exactly the same three things that NFBtraining does - namely raise the SMR brain wave, lower the Theta brainwave, andincrease the brain blood flow. (The latest NFB therapy includes HEG biofeedbackwhich does this by feedback techniques). Hyperbaric therapy has had some knownsuccess with increasing oxygen as well, although it’s relatively expensive.With volunteer tests and studies, it has been well proven that success rates are verysimilar for both NFB and NT. The only real difference is cost. For an average ADHDchild to be “cured” (cure being defined in current NFB circles as “sitting still in class,paying attention to study, getting good grades, and in most cases, jumping in IQscores”) costs $4000. For NT, the total cost is $197. (An autistic child requires manymore sessions than an ADD/ADHD child).Although I believe that there is a “continuum” between the simplest ADD child thatcannot seem to concentrate on studying and a true non-communicative autistic child,there is one major difference. A person on the autism portion of that continuum mayhave had actual brain damage, whereas, the ADD/ADHD child has probably had little or none. Thus, a “cure” for ADD/ADHD is possible, but for not for autism.To improve autism symptoms, simple “baby steps” toward “normal behavior” are what isseen using either NFB or NT. The good news is that continued usage continuesimprovement. This is a long slow process, and there are several alternate therapieswhich may be used at the same time. These are described in the NT literature. Theseinclude diets, the use of enzymes, probiotics, free allergy tests etc.This “brain damage” that makes autism such a problem may be caused by varioustraumatic episodes such as an overload of mercury or other mineral toxicity, a birth or 
pregnancy injury, continual malnutrition (or drug addiction) by the mother duringpregnancy, etc.Of course, this autism spectrum is large and variable with each individual. Not tomention, the misdiagnosed cases. A high functioning autistic child might easily bethought to be in the ADD/ADHD range. Remember that all doctors have to make adiagnosis that will allow them to be paid from insurance carriers, and this makes thewhole diagnostic process a mockery.The “accepted” average success rate of Neurofeedback (NFB) (aka EEG BF) for ADD/ADHD is between 85-90%. I suspect that a large part of these 10-15% “failures”are due to misdiagnosis of ADD/ADHD, where there has been brain damage, and thediagnosis should have been autism.Another portion of these failures has to be due to the failure of the clinicians to be “goodmotivators of their patients. Motivation is a key to success of NFB.Almost 40 years ago, it was found that by raising one small brain wave adjacent to theAlpha brain wave (around 13-14 Hz) - since named the SMR brain wave), some almostmiraculous things happened. We do not “know” what causes these good changes, butthe theory I put forth in 2000 is that “raising the SMR brain wave somehow changes theaffect of allergens on the brain”. (
If you look at the mental problems that are caused by allergens, and compare that list to the NFB cures over the past 30 + years, you caneasily see the reason why I came up with that theory.
.)In orthomolecular circles, it is well known that allergens, usually unsuspected, are thebasic cause of stress causing all mental “disease”. There is also a lot of anecdotalevidence that raising the SMR brain wave either “cures” some allergies, or lessens theeffect on the patient.

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