Chiropractic: Providing hope, help for autism
Some experts believe that autism spectrum disorders decrease the ability of nutrients to be shunted to the brain at critical moments during development.
The Sympathetic Nervous System (SNS) is responsible for your flight and fight responses; when active, it quickly moves blood to the extremities, away from the core and higher functions of the brain, decreasing digestion and increasing the heart and breathing rates. It is a highly stressful state to be in. The only way to quiet down and suppress the SNS is to activate the parasympathetic nervous system (PSNS).
The PSNS is responsible for calming down your system, decreasing your heart rate and breathing, as well as controlling rational thought. The PSNS also increases digestion by shunting blood back into the center of the body, where important nutrients can be collected and used for growth and healing. In other words, metabolism is increased and nutrients can now be efficiently digested and directed to the brain and body for proper development and healing; hence the warm, happy, sleepy feelings after you have a good meal.
The danger is when the PSNS is not working properly and the SNS is allowed to dominate the system, and a chronic SNS state begins. Some of the dangers of allowing
The cause of spectrum disorders is unknown. Chiropractic has the means to unwind the mental knot that is holding your child back from expressing their highest potential. How does it do that? By unlocking pressure put on their Parasympathetic Nervous System (PSNS). This then allows the brain and body to calm down and develop properly.
At some point, changes to the development of your child will be permanent, and no two patients are quite the same in disposition and condition. One way of improving changes of
Chiropractors unlock joints and relax muscles to improve how the body responds and how the brain works. It can be done naturally, without harmful side effects. Many times, medications can be reduced or eliminated once the client has had proper time to heal.