Posts Tagged Autism

Staying and finding Clarity

Jan 3rd, 2015 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

When you stay and observe the things that pass along in your life you are grounded; building clarity

 

When I see 3 trees standing strong, I believe it is my mom with Phyllis and Joe. They were always with her in life and death

When I see 3 trees standing strong, I believe it is my mom with Phyllis and Joe. They were always with her in life and death

Running away from things disturbs the stillness of the many moments you have watching things move on to the next level in  your life. Stay and watch things unfold the way they are supposed to; allowing time to heal old wounds as you close one door and open another. And before you close those past moments, make sure that you do not want to stay. Because staying, being patient with what you have and building a loving environment for yourself and others may be a better option than moving on.

Vitamin D: To help with Childhood Disorders Such as Autism

May 5th, 2012 Posted in Caring for Children, Controversial Issues, Vitamins and Health | no comment »

 

There has been much research on the connection between vitamin deficiencies and many childhood disorders such as Autism. So many children are being diagnosed today with autism, ADD, ADHD that there must be some reason. Many professionals are suggesting that the Vitamin D theory on autism be looked at closely. In an article from www.vitamindcouncil.org written recently there is concern due to the epidemic proportion of autism; 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with autism.

The questions:

Why has autism increased in the last 20 years?

If it is a genetic disease, how could it have increased?

Hyperactivity in Children

Apr 24th, 2012 Posted in Caring for Children | no comment »

Alternatives to Medications

It seems that there are many “non- holistic”  treatments such as Ritalin to aid in most of the childhood disorders that many children are suffering from these days. Autism, ADHD, ADD all seem to have increased in the past decade. Why do you think this is happening?

I know that if one of my children were diagnosed, I would want something holistic for treatment. There are some studies and recommendations on how to help with childhood disorder. I have found 4 suggestions:

 

 

1.Changing the diet to a nutritious one that eliminates processed foods, sugar and dyes.