Signs And Treatment of Autism

Signs And Treatment of Autism

Autism is a brain disorder that often leads to difficulties in communication. In the case of autism parts of the brain do not work together properly. Most people with autism have difficulties in communication with others. But early diagnosis and treatment can help growing autistic children to reach their potential.

Autism is a complicated disorder which affects the brain development. This disorder will lead to problems in social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication and repetitive behaviors. There will start to grow its roots in the early phase of the brain development. Between the age group of 2 – 3 years, symptoms of autism will start to appear.

The symptoms once identified, at the earliest the intervention process should take place to understand the behavioral aspects and rectify them. The causes of autism are not prefixed, and various behavioral patterns need to be understood. With proper homeopathic treatment for autism, these issues can be solved, but the biggest challenge remains, how much does one know about autism.

What causes autism?
Autism is often seen in families, so experts believe he has a genetic condition. Scientists are trying to figure out which genes are responsible for autism.

Other researchers are finding out whether the reasons lie in autism or other diseases of the child’s environment.

Some people believe that childhood vaccines cause autism. However, no study has confirmed this. Timely vaccination is essential for children’s health.

What are the symptoms?
The symptoms always appear before the age of three years. Usually, parents find that their baby has not started to talk and does not behave like other children his age. However, it sometimes happens that a child begins to speak, and then lose the skills of speech.

Symptoms of Autism

Autism signs are very similar to Asperger’s symptoms. A delay in speech development or sometimes child does not begin to speak at all. It may seem that the child does not hear, even if the survey reveals that he is not deaf.

Repetitive, sometimes excessively, the types of behavior, interests, and play. For example, a child all the time swinging abnormally attached to certain objects or very upset when changing the usual course of things.

There is no “typical autism.” In humans, there are many different manifestations of autism, from mild to severe. Parents of children suffering from autism often report that the child prefers to play alone and does not come into visual contact with other people.

How to treat it?

Proper nutrition is extremely important. You should use food supplements in kid’s diet: vitamins, krill oil, minerals, etc. For the treatment of autism, they are using behavior therapy. Such therapy is rewarding good behavior and because of this child learns social skills and communication.

Depending on the individual child’s treatment may include verbal or physical therapy. For the treatment of issues such as depression or obsessive-compulsive disorder, medications may be used.

Since people with autism are very different, some treatments may not be suitable for everyone. So make sure to involve everyone associated with raising a child, and try different methods to find the most suitable.

Consultant pediatrician Dr Chelvi Kukendrarajah is an expert at treating children with Autism. She can be contacted through her website at http://www.childrensdevelopmentspecialist.co.uk/

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