Substitute treatment for autism targets controlling the ‘fight or flight’ response A novel method of treating children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder may help them navigate their world by teaching them to turn their symptoms into strengths. In this article Symptoms as Solutions: Hypnosis and Biofeedback for Autonomic Regulation in Autism Spectrum Disorders, published in the winter edition of the American Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy, Dr. Laurence Sugarman, a researcher and pediatrician at Rochester Institute of Technology, details a treatment technique that teaches affected children how exactly to control their psychophysiology and behavior using computerized biofeedback and scientific hypnosis http://tadalis-reviews.com/use-of-tadalis.html .
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