Treatment of autism by biomedical therapy
In the past, I’ve talked about drugs like Risperdal in other movies and therapies that are considered therapies for autism spectrum disorders, such as speech, occupational, and behavioral therapy. Now I want to do something called biomedical therapy.
Biomedical therapies are treatments that are used for medical treatment, but are not accepted by mainstream medical communities. However, this does not diminish the results, as these treatments can be very effective. They may not be well known or recognized in the medical community, but biomedical care falls into many categories.
The first category we will cover is supplements. We have recognized that taking various medications, such as multivitamins, multiminerals, B-12, folic acid, etc., can be beneficial for some people. In fact, a special vitamin, B-6, can help improve eyesight, mood, grooming, and even some behavioral issues.
There are also treatments that solve the digestive problems of many autistic children. We know there is a link between digestive toxicity and brain function. So look at yeast and digestive tract infections and see improvements in children’s cognitive abilities when treating these problems with probiotics or medications such as nystatin, diflucan or sometimes antibiotics.
We can also influence diets used for biomedical purposes. One of the best diets is the gluten and casein free diet. Gluten and casein can be toxic to the brain. We have seen issues with this in regards to individuals with depression, schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. And for people on the Autism spectrum we also see that these specific food proteins have a negative impact on brain chemistry and cause problems in attention, eye contact, socialization, language and behavior.
So although biomedical therapies tend to fall outside of the norm from the perspective of the traditional medical community, they can be incredibly powerful and useful. Biomedical therapies are medical interventions through the use of supplements, dietary therapies, digestive interventions, etc.
They can help support traditional therapies like ABA, OT and speech therapy and in many cases can be even more powerful than those other interventions. Therefore, it is important to be open to other potential abilities and to keep learning and finding new ways to support people with autism. There are many treatments and I will only cover some of them in this video.
Autism Treatment – Serotonin Imbalance and MAO-A
There seems to be growing evidence that we find that neurotoxin in mental illness is associated with serotonin insufficiency. For years, people with depression, mental health issues, dementia, and learning disabilities were thought to have a serotonin deficiency.
It has been suggested that some children on the autism spectrum may also have a serotonin deficiency, which can lead to the recurrence of mental problems, behavioral problems, depression, learning problems, mood swings, etc. .
Often, when it’s really bad, kids wear products like Zoloft and Paxil that help boost serotonin, or at least store serotonin production in the brain. And sometimes it helps with the forgetfulness problem.
However, when we don’t need a serotonin deficiency, we may find that the serotonin metabolite is not being produced properly. There is an enzyme in our body called monoamine oxidase A (MAOA) that works in the brain. There are two versions: MAO-A and MAO-B.
MAO-A helps convert serotonin and also helps replace norepinephrine and histamine, but serotonin in particular helps convert it to its active form. And changing it to its active form improves serotonin functioning, so children with problems below the spectrum see fewer negative behaviors, improve problems, and improve hearing, thinking, and learning ability.
An interesting characteristic of serotonin is that it can interfere with oxytocin receptors if it is too high in its inactive state. We know oxytocin is important for eyesight, facial expressions, relationships, and even stress. Again, an understanding of the biochemistry of how brain products work is crucial and especially important in autistic disorders.
Autism treatment – secreted IgA, protective function and mucosal barrier
Proper digestion screening reveals SIGA markers or IgA secretion. In the Great Plains Lab, this is usually the mark at the bottom of page 2. In many children, low levels of IgA indicate the state of the immune system.
Secreted IgA is a secretory substance of the immune system called IgA that is produced in the blood. When IgA is formed, it enters the intestinal tract and then exits the mucous tract into the gastrointestinal tract. Provides initial body protection against mucosal infections.
A low SIGA may indicate an insufficiency of the gastrointestinal tract. However, just looking at the SIGA brand in the experience can be tricky as there will be a lot of low level tracks. However, healthy children with yeast and bacteria problems may develop a lack of secreted IgA.
Although we often think of our digestive system as separate from our body, it is the tube that runs through the center of our body. The lining of the mucous barrier is surrounded by this secreted IgA substance, which protects it from viruses such as bacteria, viruses and yeasts, as well as control mechanisms for complete immunity.
In addition to the digestive tract area, the mucous barrier includes the mouth, throat and intestines as well as the rectum. It is also secreted by the nasal passages, the eyes, the upper lungs, the urethra in both men and women, and the vagina in women. The outer region is bathed in secreted IgA. Many things can support your SIGA.
Colostrum is a milk produced at the start of lactation that contains immunoglobulins. Colostrum contains many antibodies and can promote high levels of IgA. Probiotics also help increase performance. Probiotics are the good and healthy bacteria your stomach needs, like lactobacilli and bifidobacter.
Cayenne may also help raise IgA levels over time, but may be difficult for children to eat. If your child can swallow a capsule, you can try a capsule. Two to three tablets a day can help increase IgA secretion. Saccharomyces boulardii can also help improve.
What Saccharomyces boulardii provides is a probiotic form of healthy yeast that, in addition to boosting secretory IgA levels, helps fight yeast infections. We now have a better understanding of what secret IgA ions in stool samples mean. It’s the first line of the immune system, the mucosal barrier, and it’s the key to immunity.