This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was designed specifically to help your body overcome Autism.
Autism Sound Therapy
Are you or someone you love suffering from autism and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including autism with our sound therapies .
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our autism sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our autism sound therapy helps by:
- Helping cope with changes and social interactions
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
We know that there is a very beautiful and loving person locked away inside of people with autism and that there is some but very limited success with the current methods used by our medical community. I know that almost everyone that deals with this affliction is concerned about what the drugs are doing and their overall effect on a persons body and mind.
I can tell you that there are other answers and the answer we find that is most attractive, most non-invasive, most natural is sound therapy. I believe that if you are here looking at our site, you are definitely looking for a better solution.
Let me first tell you a little about sound therapy and how it works. First you need to understand that everything vibrates and everything has its own frequency. In our bodies, everything vibrates at its own frequency, such as your skin, heart, lungs, brain tissue, bones, everything has a set frequency that scientists have identified and reproduced. Now, when we are feeling good and healthy, we are in resonance or in tune, when something is injured or ill, when we are depressed or stressed, something is wrong and those body parts being affected are not vibrating at the correct frequency. This is where we and what we do come into play. Our therapy sessions, remind your body of the correct frequencies it should be in resonance with and your body makes changes to get “in tune.” Your body wants to feel better and wants to be healthy.
So, welcome to Universal Sound Therapy, we deal with Autism. For the past five years we have been helping our clients with all sorts of issues and this is the one that we hear a lot of talk about. It’s a very frustrating problem and there is a lot of concern about the problem and about the cure. Our therapy session on Autism calms the individual and helps them to focus and stay on task.
With our therapy session, reminding your body where its correct frequencies should be and your determination to feel better, how can you lose? In fact, you can’t. We are not the kind of company that gives empty promises but we cannot guarantee that our therapy sessions will work on everyone. If this doesn’t help we will give your money back. Has your doctor or pharmacy given any money back when what they give you doesn’t work? We will and you will have 90 days to try our or therapy session. With our money back guarantee you cannot lose and you have everything to gain.
Give our Universal Sound Therapy healing session on Autism a try, check out our product and start to heal yourself. Have a great day and get tuned.
Short Description of Autism
Autism refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by difficulties in social interaction, repetitive behavior, speech and nonverbal communication. Autism or autism spectrum disorder affects 1 in about 60 kids in the United States based on CDC data. Since the condition is considered a spectrum disorder, each patient with the condition feature a distinct set of strengths and challenges. Kids with autism learn, think and solve problems differently compared to normal kids. Some may require significant support in their daily lives, while others may require less intervention and in some situations can live entirely by themselves.
Symptoms of Autism
By 6 months of age
- Very few or no big smiles or other warm and engaging expressions
- Visibly limited eye contact
By 9 months of age
- Very few or no back-and-forth sharing of sounds, smiles or other forms of facial expressions
By 12 months of age
- Very little or no babbling
- Very little or negative response to name
- Little or no back-and-forth gestures like reaching, waving, pointing or showing
By 16 months of age
- Very little words
By 24 months of age
- Little or no meaningful, two-word phrases
At any age
- Loss of previously learned speech and or social skills
- No eye contact
- Likes to be alone
- Difficulty in understanding empathy
- Delayed language development
- Echolalia – repeating words and phrases
- Resistance to small changes in routine and environment
- Repetitive behaviors
- Intense unusual reactions to smells, tastes, sounds, textures, lights and colors
Etiology of Autism
While doctors and researchers still do not know for sure the exact cause of autism spectrum disorder, the data suggests that genes play a role with the environment in order to affect development that leads to autism. Some of the risk factors of the condition are:
- Having a brother or sister with autism
- Having older parents
- Presence of certain genetic disorders such as Down Syndrome, fragile X syndrome and Rett syndrome increase the risk of having a child with autism
- Very low birth weight infants such as babies born prior to 26 weeks of age are at higher risk
Other factors may influence the development of the condition and is often associated with sensory sensitivity and medical problems such as GI disorders, sleep disorders and seizure disorders including mental health problems like anxiety and depression and attention issues.
How Do You Diagnose Autism?
Developmental pediatricians and other doctors examine a person or child’s development and behavior and the diagnosis is normally reached by age two years if screened early.
General Developmental Screening During Well-Child Doctor Visits
Each child should undergo routine well-child checkups with a pediatrician or an early childhood health care provider. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, children should be screened for delays in development at 9, 18, 24 and 30 months. Screening specifically for autism at the 18 and 24thmonth well-child visit. Supplemental screening might be necessary for kids at high risk of developing autism or developmental problems. Parents’ experiences are vital during the screening process for their kids. The doctors may ask parents questions about the behavior of their child and then combine those answers with information from ASD screening tools as well as personal observations of the patient. Kids that show developmental issues during the screening process may be referred to the second-stage of the evaluation process.
The second evaluation is handled by a team of doctors and other healthcare professionals proficient at diagnosing patients with ASD.
The team include:
- Developmental pediatrician – an MD who possesses special training in child development
- Child psychologist and or psychiatrist
- Neuropsychologist – MD specializing on evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of neurological, medical and neurodevelopmental disorders
- Speech-language pathologist
The evaluation will check for:
- Cognitive and thinking skills
- Language and communication skills
- Age-appropriate skills required to finish daily activities independently such as dressing, grooming, eating and toileting
Since autism is a complex condition it can sometimes occur with other illnesses or learning disabilities and a comprehensive evaluation may require blood tests and a hearing test.
Diagnosing Autism in Older Children and Adolescents
Symptoms of autism in older kids and adolescents are normally recognized by the parents and teachers and then evaluated by a special education team. The team may perform an initial evaluation of the student and then provide recommendations for additional screening with their primary health care physician or directly to a developmental pediatrician for confirmation. Like early screening for young kids, parent feedback is vital to coming up with a correct diagnosis. Doctors may ask parents about their child’s social challenges including issues with subtle communication. Subtle communication issues such as problems understanding tone of voice, facial expression, and body language. For adolescents they may have trouble understanding humor, sarcasm and figures of speech. Parents may also discover their kids difficulty in forming friendships.
Diagnosis of Autism in Adults
Adults that exhibit symptoms and signs of autism need to speak with their doctor in order to get a referral for an autism evaluation. Some of the concerns doctors will look at include:
- Social interaction and communication problems
- Sensory problems
- Presence of repetitive behavior
- Isolated or restricted interests
Information of the adult’s developmental history will help immensely in making a precise diagnosis and may require the participation of the parents as well as other family members. Getting diagnosed can help the person understand his condition and can also assist in identifying strengths as well as obtaining the right kind of assistance. There are now numerous studies that attempt to know the kinds of services and support most helpful to improve functioning and social interaction for youth and adults diagnosed with autism.
Complications of Autism
If undiagnosed the child or adult will develop or already has problems with social interaction, communication and behavior which can lead to
- Issues in school and learning
- Inability to keep a job
- Inability to live on his or her own
- Deep social isolation
- Stress within the family
- Strong possibility of being bullied in class or on the job
Can Autism Be Prevented?
There is no real way to prevent autism but there are ways to mitigate its effects on the patient in order to help him live a better standard of life. The key is early diagnosis and treatment so as to improve behavior, learn skills and develop language and communication. While kids with autism do not outgrow it, they can learn to function well.