Understanding Autism

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Autism in proper health reference will be called as Autism-spectrum disorder (ASD). It is a broad term used to describe a group of neurodevelopment conditions that attacks the Nervous system of humans. It can occur in any stage of brain development, but it is common among children. It develops from infant to adulthood.

These neurologic infections are characterized by differences in communication and social interaction. People living with Autism often demonstrate restricted and repetitive interests or behavior patterns that indicate their neurology deficiency. These diseases make a negative imprint on the behavior pattern or mode of the affected. It requires diligent observation to notice in the symptoms in infants. But are evident in other stages. Autism attacks regardless of race and ethnicity, culture, or economic background. Research put the ratio as 4:3 among boys and girls; it is more common among the male gender.

The symptoms of Autism vary, especially in accordance to age. With infants, it can be determined by the month and growth exceptions of the baby, but the following is what is shared among the adult affected.

• Distort language and cognitive skills

• Seldom seizures

• Constipation or diarrhea

• Unexpected emotional reactions

• Unusual eating habits or preferences

• Excessive worry or stress

• Unusual levels of fear 

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• Hyperactive, inattentive, or impulsive behaviors

• Unusual sleep patterns

• Distort movement

Due to behavior instability, Patients with Autism often show unpredictable reactions to food, both medical and physical reactions. They excessively permit some meal combinations and often reject another without any medical reasons, so it is believed that some food with Rich Vitamins, proteins, and Calcium can help their health condition.

The following are the short pick of likely foods

• Chia seeds

• Soy milk

• Dried figs and apricots

• Kale and broccoli

• Spinach

• Lentils

• Green peas

• Mango

• Melons like cantaloupe

• Carrots

• Mushrooms

• Avocado

• Onions and garlic

While the following are the caution food to avoid on their food list.

• High-sugar foods

• Processed meats

• Milk and other dairy products

• Wheat products

Researches have shown that herbal pharmacological treatments could improve the core symptoms of autism with fewer side effects. Green tea is a good remedy for battling Autism, especially in adults. Indian spice turmeric (Curcuma longa), curcumin (diferuloylmethane) have basic therapeutic properties when used as a help to treat Autism; they revive retarded cells in the neurology and improve other health conditions of the affected.

Here are some herbal tea to treat autism

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