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Autism Spectrum Disorder
Mother’s love is the first social interaction of newborn babies. Breast feeding nourishes and connects children with loving mother and it helps in the development of insular and limbic brain regions. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a range of mental disorders of the neurodevelopmental basis – prenatal and postnatal types. It includes Autism and Asperger syndrome. Individuals on the autistic spectrum often experience difficulties with social communication and interaction. They are found restricted in certain physical activities and often engaged in the repetitive patterns of behavior, interests or motor activities. Symptoms are typically recognized between one and two years of age. The long-term problems of autism spectrum disorder may include difficulties in performing daily tasks, creating and keeping relationships, and maintaining job performance.
Possible Risk Factors
Several prenatal and perinatal complications have been reported as possible risk factors for autism. These risk factors include maternal gestational diabetes, maternal age over 30, bleeding after first trimester, use of prescription medication during pregnancy and meconium in the amniotic fluid. While research is not conclusive on the relation of these factors to autism, each of these factors has been identified more frequently in children with autism, compared to their siblings who do not have autism, and other typically developing youth. While it is unclear if any single factor during the prenatal phase affects the risk of autism, the complications during pregnancy may be a risk factor.
Did you find any autistic children who were well-nourished on mother’s milk?
The cause of autism spectrum is uncertain in spite of advanced fMRI imaging, AI technology and modern interventions. Risk factors include having an older parent, a family history of autism and certain genetic conditions. Autism spectrum disorders include a wide variety of characteristics. Some of these include behavioral characteristics that widely range from the slow development of social and learning skills to difficulties in creating the connections with other people. They may develop these difficulties of creating connections due to the fear factors of anxiety and depression. It happens because of less developed insular and limbic regions of children’s brain. That is why breast feeding and mother’s love are beneficial to the growth of limbic brain. The people with autism are more likely to experience these less developed limbic perceptions and as a result they isolate themselves from social communication.
One of the blog readers discussed about the special learning transfer of autistic children. The brainpage theory of knowledge transfer has been developed for general students and it may be also beneficial to special children suffering from mental disorders. His comment was very informative and I replied the reader by describing the possibilities of autism spectrum disorder. Modern education is running on the teaching theories of cognitive science and it may create a lot of troubles for autistic kids. I wrote: It’s significant that you have spent more than thirty years in teaching profession. You have got a lot of experiences in children’s development and behavioral changes. As I know that autism spectrum disorder is related to the developmental disorders of children’s brain.
Vaccination and Autism
In fact, vaccination didn’t show any scientific evidences related to autism spectrum disorder. However, it’s an amazing fact that children are receiving 77 shots. It’s the heavy practice of vaccination. It should be discussed whether such large amounts of vaccination are beneficial to children’s physical and mental health. It’s true that a particular vaccine produces antibodies in body and brain to improve immunity power and fight against the germs of diseases. So pathological changes are observed in the cellular biology of physical body. But it cannot retard the growth of limbic nuclei in the brain regions of children. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects communication and behavior. Although autism can be diagnosed at any age, it is said to be a developmental disorder because symptoms generally appear in the first two years of life.
Abnormal Brain Regions
In general, neuroanatomical studies support the concept that autism may involve a combination of brain enlargement in some areas and reduction in others. These studies suggest that autism may be caused by abnormal neuronal growth and pruning during the early stages of prenatal and postnatal brain development. The abnormal growth of ASD leaves some areas of the brain with too many neurons and other areas with too few neurons. Some research has reported an overall brain enlargement in autism, while others suggest abnormalities in several areas of the brain, including frontal lobe, mirror neuron system, insula, limbic system, temporal lobe and corpus callosum.
Courses of Brain Development in ASD
One course of development is more gradual in nature in which parent’s report concerns in development over the first two years of life and diagnosis is made around 3-4 years of age. Some of the early signs of ASDs in this course include decreased looking at faces, failure to turn when name is called, failure to show interests by showing or pointing and delayed imaginative play. A second course of development is characterized by normal or near-normal development in the first 15 months to 3 years before onset of regression or loss of skills. Regression may occur in a variety of domains, including communication, social, cognitive and self-help skills. However, the most common regression is the loss of language.
Abnormal Responses in ASD
Other behavioral characteristics of the autistic children include the abnormal responses to sensations including sights, sounds, touch and smell. These kids may face language problems in keeping a consistent speech rhythm. The latter problem influences an individual’s social skills, leading to potential problems in how they are understood by communication partners. Behavioral characteristics displayed by those with autism spectrum disorder typically influence development, language and social competence. Behavioral characteristics of those with autism spectrum disorder can be observed as perceptual disturbances, disturbances of development rate, relating, speech, language and motility.
In my opinion, autism spectrum disorder is related to the developmental disorder of limbic brain that might be caused due to baby milk powder, junk foods and lack of cerebellar motor learnography at toddler’s age. Did you notice any autistic child who was well-nourished on mother’s milk? Breast feeding must be emphasized in the community to stop developmental problems and autistic disorders. The cerebellar learnography of toddler’s age may improve social interactions and stop repetitive behavior.
Happiness Classroom ! Book is the transfer source of knowledge and student’s brain is the transfer target of learning. To be high performing students, make brainpage in collaborative classroom by applying the seven dimensions of knowledge transfer. The motor science of knowledge transfer should be launched in the classroom for the learning development and brainpage modules of Autistic or ADHD students. Let the students use motor knowledge to make smart brainpage in the classroom from book to brain direct learning transfer. The cyclozeid of knowledge transfer is rehearsed in the classroom to produce high speed zeidstream in the working mechanism of brain circuits.