How Cranial Misalignments Play its Part in Autism Patients
The front of the brain houses the behavior and speech functions. In addition, it’s also the location of our language center. Here are some of the ways cranial misalignments hurt autism patients.
- Blood supply for the front of the brain eventually ends up in a specific bone. If this bone is misaligned, a decreased blood supply and a reduction of available oxygen & ability to function properly will be affected.
- The part of the brain that governs the language is located to the left of the same bone. When misaligned, it can cause difficulty to speak normal.
- If the frontal bone is misaligned, it cause pressure to the front lobe - where behavior is governed – and affect an autism patient’s behavior.
- Misalignments can cause a restriction of blood to the brain. The outcome of this is a decreased amount of oxygen, a main component to the brain working properly.
Treatment Techniques for Autism Patients
To help autism patients, a series of treatment must be administered. Heavy metals and toxins stored in the body must be eliminated. Changing up the diet to get rid of casein and gluten product seems to play a major role. The proper supplements must also be taken to counteract damage done to the brain. Other ways of treatment include increasing the patient’s water intake.
Your Charleston Health Specializes in Treating Autism Patients
If you or a loved one has autism, we are here to help! At Your Charleston Health, our mission is to improve your quality of life by providing professional chiropractic and cranial misalignments services for everyone in the family. Stop by our local office located on Coleman Blvd or call us at (843) 654-4540 today. You can also contact us by clicking here!