Bonita Darula

Bonita Darula's Articles
  • Does A Healthy Diet Influence Autism? If So, How?
  • If you have a child living with autism, you have probably heard the publicity and asked yourself how does a healthy diet influence autism? There are many different points of view on how diet actually affects children with autism, including eliminating gluten from the diet of your child, removing casein from dietary choices, for example excluding nuts, soy, and eggs from daily consumption.
  • Published in Health on 28 Sep 2009
  • Do Autistic Children Laugh-Out-Loud For No Apparent Reason? Find Out
  • Many parents report their autistic children laugh-out-loud, for no apparent reason. Parents, or outsiders who are unfamiliar with autism, find it difficult for them to understand, and often socially embarrassing. It is important to keep in mind that autistic children have difficulty with proper reactions to social situations, which is why they often laugh out loud for no apparent reason
  • Published in Health on 26 Sep 2009
  • Find Out Why Autistic Children Slap Repetitively
  • Why would a child want to cause self inflicted injury? It appears to be the repetitiveness that the autistic child is after, and that they can actually feel the repetition, which may be calming to a child who is overstimulated. The identification of pain that the slapping causes, is not always felt by the self-inflicted injuries done by the autistic child, so he/she keeps doing it.
  • Published in Health on 23 Sep 2009
  • Poisoning in Autistic Children With Mercury. Is This True?
  • Many vaccines contain mercury, often at levels that are high enough to cause problems in children. Because of the possible link to autism, many drug companies have created vaccinations that do not include mercury, although many others still exist that contain mercury. Most medical research studies claim that there is no link between vaccinations and autism.
  • Published in Health on 22 Sep 2009
  • Is There a Clue That Sudden Outbursts of Anger and Temper Tantrums Are Associated With Autism?
  • Temper tantrums and anger outbursts can not immediately be diagnosed as autism. Usually autistic children have a large number of these which last for long periods of time. There is no explanation as to why these outbursts begin or how they end. Sudden outbursts are often laden with rage, anxiety, and panic
  • Published in Health on 14 Sep 2009
  • Mercury, Vaccinations, and Their Associations With Autism
  • Vaccinations containing mercury could possibly be one of the most harmful things we do for our children, while trying to actually do the best for them. For a parent who has a child living with autism, they are familiar with the possible link that has been well publicized between mercury, which has always been included in many childhood vaccinations, and autism.
  • Published in Health on 10 Sep 2009
  • Gluten Free and Casein Free Diets and the Autism Connection
  • Some children may not be able to digest casein and glutens, which is where the problems begin. It is thought that possibly if these things are not digestible, they remain in the system, and turn into peptides or opiates in the body, which cause different reactions and odd behaviors.
  • Published in Health on 08 Sep 2009
  • How Does Diet Affect Autism Symptoms And What Can Be Done To Change It To A Healthy Diet
  • Genetically modified foods pose a health risk throughout society and it is thought that this is particularly important when it comes to those who are vulnerable through autism to allergies, immune system issues and digestive challenges.
  • Published in Health on 28 Aug 2009
  • Is There an Oversight That Autistic Children With a General Education May Experience Setbacks?
  • While many schools try to integrate children with learning challenges into the mainstream classroom, autistic children with a general education could experience setbacks because of the environment in school. A classroom not suited to autistic behaviors and teachers or students not understanding disorder characteristics could hinder the learning ability of an autistic student.
  • Published in Health on 25 Aug 2009
  • Is There Proof, That Boys Have More Symptoms of Autism Than Girls? What do The Experts Say?
  • Although numerous studies have found that boys are affected four times more than girls, the reason for the gender differences in autism remain a mystery. However, new research points to heredity and genes. The latest study revealed an autism risk gene, named CACNA1G, which is more common in boys than girls. It is unclear why the gene is more prevalent in boys, but the findings suggest that this gene makes boys more at risk for autism.
  • Published in Health on 17 Aug 2009
  • What Are the Characteristic Causes For Autisic Body Motion?
  • Repetitive behaviors are quite common in people with autism. The first signs of repetitive body motion are often seen around age 2 or 3. Wringing hands, spitting, making up verbal sounds and laughing for no reason are all forms of self-stimulating behavior in children with autism.
  • Published in Health on 14 Aug 2009
  • Learn The Secret Truth About Autism
  • It is often difficult to identify autistic signs, but they can include anger, outbursts, inability to learn, screaming, throwing things, breaking things, no pain sensations and tantrums. It is very hard to communicate with sufferers and both parents and children suffer significantly. If the illness itself were not cause enough for concern, many point to a secret truth behind the affliction - a link between autism and vaccinations.
  • Published in Health on 05 Aug 2009
  • Learn Why Autistic Children Think in Pictures Instead of Words
  • Autistic children think in pictures instead of words because it is easier for them to sort and retain information. By associating a noun to the color and shape of pictures or objects, the autistic child creates a spatial way of thinking that makes it easier for them to comprehend and communicate.
  • Published in Health on 28 Jul 2009
  • Discover Autism - A Wide Range Of Therapy Programs
  • Autism is diagnosed in approximately one out of every 150 children. It is generally accepted that early diagnosis and intervention is crucial to enable the child to gain social skills, behavior skills and experience a release from isolation.
  • Published in Health on 20 Jul 2009
  • Identify Autistic Signs At An Early Age
  • The affliction of autism is thought to affect children from birth or the very first few months of life, and typically results in an abnormal development in the areas of language and communication, activities, and social interaction. Whilst there is no cure for autism, there are very many different therapies and procedures available to help mitigate its effects; early diagnosis is very important.
  • Published in Health on 16 Jul 2009
  • Find Out The Difference Between Autism And Asperger's Syndrome
  • Although many experts disagree about a precise definition, the difference between autism and Asperger's syndrome seems to be a matter of severity and is tied to communication issues. Autism is known as a "spectrum" illness, as it has a wide variety of symptoms and associated conditions, the most common elements involve poor or impaired social skills, a very narrow interest range and sensory problems.
  • Published in Health on 08 Jul 2009
  • You Can Determine What Age Autism Spectrum (ASD) Can Be Properly Diagnosed
  • While many children have slight delays in some development areas, there are signs that parents can look for as their child reaches certain age milestones, as a means of properly diagnosing autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Some areas to watch closely include motor skills, speech, spatial memory and repetitive behavior
  • Published in Health on 07 Jul 2009
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