Early Signs of Autism
Difficulty dealing with change
Inappropriate laughing or crying fits
Inability to relate to others
Hyperactivity or Passivity
Lacks awareness of danger
Oversensitive or undersensitive to sound
Poor speech or lack of speech
Spinning or running around in a circle regularly
Strange attachment to objects
Unusual behaviour or body movements
Unusual play or repetitive play
What is Autism?
Autism is essentially a more advanced and complicated form of ADHD.
Toxic heavy metals are present at higher levels in the midline cerebral canal and gathered in uneven layers. This helps explain why there is an autism spectrum, with the syndrome displaying in different intensities (mild, moderate, severe) depending on the child. It all has to do with the amount of heavy metals in the canal, and in what positions they have accumulated. With autism (versus ADHD), the additional layers of mercury interfere even more greatly with the metaphysical and electrical energy communications trying to cross the canal.
Root Causes of Autism
Exposure to heavy metals may increase the risk of autism.
Manish Arora, Ph. D., an environmental scientist and dentist at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, NY.
Toxic metal pollution is linked to development of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Researchers from RUDN University
A large Korean study including 458 mother-child pairs showed a clear link between exposure to mercury in early childhood and autistic behaviour at the age of five.
Join us in the upcoming ADHD and Autism Webinars/Seminars to find out the root causes and solutions in great detail.