I am sure you have noticed that our days have been getting shorter and that we now experience far less sun light exposure. At this time of year lots of people start to undergo a form of seasonal blues, lack of energy and emotional slumps. People who are especially sensitive to such changes of environment … Continue reading SET YOUR INTERNAL CLOCK FOR GREAT WINTER SEASON
It seems that the flu this season has been especially intense and many people I know have found themselves affected. If your influenza lasts 2-3 days, it is absolutely fine – simply a good boost to your immune system. However, if it lasts 2-3 weeks and possibly has some side effects, such as bacterial infection, … Continue reading Flu Season – Lesson to learn!
The summer holidays are here and, of course, many of us are getting ready to have some fun, relax and meet lots of interesting people. However, for families with children with autism, summer can be a particularly challenging time. Keeping children on the spectrum busy and entertained during the holidays can be exhausting, expensive and … Continue reading 5 TIPS FOR PARENTS FOR AN AUTISM-FRIENDLY SUMMER
Today I came across this devastating message from a mother of a child with autism: “I am very confused. My non-verbal son did something very strange, he insisted that I touch him! I am terrified that somebody is sexually abusing my son! I’m terrified and extremely lost in what to do. Please help. WHAT DO I DO?!?!!!” … Continue reading How Nutrigenomics Can Help Your Child With Autism – A Solution For Parents!
Have you ever thought about how children with autism are actually the best teachers for all of us? They are very sensitive to many of the harmful substances and elements around us and manifest their negative reactions to them very clearly. For instance, they try to isolate themselves from the noisy and polluted environment, full … Continue reading HOW TO UNLOCK YOUR CHILD’S POTENTIAL – The Solution For Parents Of A Child With ASD
How often do you hear mothers of children with autism saying things like: “I am so exhausted because my son is having such a hard time with his behaviour”, “I had a very rough night with my husband losing his temper and my children crying”, “I am emotionally tired and physically drained”? Probably very often! … Continue reading 7 Energy Restoring Tips For Exhausted Mothers of Children With Autism
Recently I read this mother’s very touching words: “My child is very loved, but as a mother I get drained from the fight. I fight for him daily to be the best he can be. Autism isn’t all sunshine, rainbows and unicorns. It’s rough and I have no doubt we will make it. I am … Continue reading Where Does Autism Recovery Begin? – A Message to All the Anxious Mothers of Children With Autism