Children’s Autism is a very complex disorder involving a series of neurodevelopmental disorders characterised by repetitive behaviours, social withdrawal and communication deficits. These children have significant impairments in social interaction, social skills and communication.  There are two subtypes of autism:  (a)  Regressive autism; this is where a child develops normally but between the ages of 12 months to 3 years old 30 starts to loose speech and social skills.  (b)  Infantile autism; where a child doesn’t reach their developmental milestones. Signs & symptoms of Childhood Autism include: ✅ Appears not to hear when spoken to✅ Has trouble expressing feelings✅ Doesn’t know how to...

We are currently experiencing an epidemic of childhood brain-related disorders in the Western world. Over the past decade or so, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of children diagnosed with neuro- developmental disorders caused by compromised brain function. These include; ADHD, autism, learning and behavioural disorders, alongside an increase in conditions such as depression and anxiety. With these escalating problems impacting the health of the brain, the question must be asked. What is it about our modern lifestyle that is so destructive to our children’s brain health? How is our Modern Lifestyle Destructive to Brain Health While there has been a lot...