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‘Waving’ away some brain issues. Pt 2

‘Waving’ away some brain issues. Pt 2
In the first issue of the series, we explained what brain waves are and the basics of what a specific brain wave number means.

In this issue, we look at what happens when we get stuck at a certain level and what we can do to alter our brain wave pattern. Continue reading

‘Waving’ away some brain issues. Pt 1

‘Waving’ away some brain issues. Pt 1
I'm guessing you've heard of an EEG and how it tests something going on in your brain. But do you really know what it's measuring and what the info can tell you, even if there isn't anything wrong? This is part 1: the basics of brainwaves. Continue reading

Reducing auditory meltdowns

Reducing auditory meltdowns

Auditory issues are common with those with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Frequently, many people with autism have SPD. Auditory issues restricts locations and activities. But even without professional support, there are nudges that can help move someone towards being able to handle the sound better or notice the warning signs so a meltdown is prevented.

 

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No, jail isn’t on the list of co-conditions of autism

No, jail isn’t on the list of co-conditions of autism

There are many health issues, conditions and challenges associated with being on the autism spectrum. But there’s also misunderstandings, misinformation and not knowing. This article lists some of the most common conditions associated with being on the spectrum.

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Research AND logic needed for useful solutions

Research AND logic needed for useful solutions

 

 Nutrient deficiencies can cause food cravings. If that's the case, then it's easy to figure out what nutrients are missing by reversing the food craving. But it isn't always the case.

In our two previous articles, we looked at the connection between fat and physical and mental health, specifically for those on the autism spectrum and those with sensory issues. 

Here we look at whether cravings tell us what other foods we need for health.

 

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How 'connected' are you to having a long life?

How 'connected' are you to having a long life?
The quiet killer. Some things are difficult to measure yet can do immeasurable harm to us if we aren't aware of, or watchful of its consequences. Read on to see how isolation and loneliness can decrease the quality and quantity of our years, and what steps we can take to improve our situations. Continue reading