Saturday, January 2, 2010

Autism and Acupuncture


 Do not imagine that autistic children undergoing acupuncture.Akulaser lived therapy and massage (tuina). How effective are these therapies? To be effective, therapy performed twice a week.She also will be taught to massage parts of his home.The patients with autism have abnormalities in the brain.More precisely, in the parietal lobe, cerebellum, and limbic system.Therefore, massage also focuses on the head.Head is sensitive to the autistic child.Often, they cry when the head massage.First, familiarize the child massage.After child feel comfortable, then a certain point in the child's body being manipulated.Beginning in the mid-brow.Which continued along the brow arch and then stopped at the temple.Massage these parts as much as 5-10 times.
    Next, massage Yamen point located at mid-head to neck.Massage techniques such as spiral.Continued with the massage and baihui and shisenzung point at the top of the head.Special massage techniques.Namely, while pressing the part played.The movement helped coordinate parts of the brain. When children are also experiencing delays in speaking, can also be manipulated.The emphasis is on the point where one inch above the ears.It is the center of talk.Children must be healthy to have a massage and did not hurt any.Massage performed two hours after eating, when children are full.Massage at mealtimes or when a child would make a child sleepy to fuss and cry.

5 comments:

lina@home sweet home said...

It's very useful info, I think acupuncture is a good therapy...

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