Autism and Your Teen – Book Review

Welcome to Book Club. This book is all about teenagers and autism. This is a very small book. It’s really kind of a guide. I think this book is great in the sense that it touches upon certain topics. But it’s not really going into depth in anything. If you’re starting to think about your […]


Activate Your Vagus Nerve – Book Review

Welcome to our book club. You voted on what book for me to read and summarize and this book [Activate Your Vagus Nerve: Unleash Your Body’s Natural Ability to Heal] got so many votes! In this section, I will go over what the vagus nerve is and discuss the physical observables. If someone has issues […]

10% Heal Completely From Autism But What About The 90%?

10% healed completely from autism. Well, what about the 90%? It’s a very good question. So in 2010 researchers reported results from following 207 kids diagnosed with autism at age two and found that about 9% showed “optimal progress” at age four. Meaning that they had autism at age two and no longer had autism […]

What Is The Association Between Asthma And Autism?

In our body, lungs are where oxygen in carbon dioxide exchange occurs.  Asthma is a chronic/reversible (there’s a lot of debate as to whether asthma is a chronic disease or reversible disease), just know that in the literature it is described as both. So asthma is a chronic/reversible, episodic obstructive airway disease caused by hyperactivity of the […]

difference between autism and social anxiety

What’s the difference between autism and social anxiety?

There is a difference between autism and social anxiety, however, someone can have both autism and anxiety. Let me explain. First, let’s understand what anxiety is… Anxiety Anxiety refers to the brain’s response to danger. Basically, that’s a stimulus that a person will actively attempt to avoid. This brain response is a basic emotion already […]

differences between autism and aspergers

What’s the difference between Autism and Asperger’s?

There’s a bit of history and the answer to the question has actually changed over time. Let’s get into it. Asperger’s Syndrome was first described in the 1940s by and named after a pediatrician, Hans Asperger. He observed autism-like behaviors and difficulties with social and communication skills, mainly in boys who had at least average […]


Goldenseal and Autism

Are you thinking about giving your child with Autism Goldenseal? For years, Goldenseal has been used in those with autism as an antimicrobial and antibacterial, and anti-yeast herbal remedy. Have you come across this herb in doing your research? What is it really used for? In this post and video, I will show you the […]


Handling your Autistic Child’s Emotions

Does your child have a stim that you want to redirect? Do they get annoyed or irritated and you’re like, “Ah! I wish you were just…” Well, then there’s a book that you might really enjoy. I use this book for both children and parents as well as myself. Everyone’s emotions can get a little […]

All about autism diagnosis

Autism Diagnosis: Learn All About it

How to diagnose autism early? Great question.There is a lot of fear around an autism diagnosis. I understand that, however, fearing something will not help the situation. Your child’s pediatrician should be doing developmental screenings at nine months, 18 months and 30 months. They should also be doing specific autism screening at 18 months and […]


Best Time of Day to Take Fish Oil?

For decades, many people who take Omega-3 have opted to take the supplements first thing in the morning. Do you do that? Is that the best time to take them? What do you eat for breakfast? Eggs, bacon, sausage, something substantial like that, or maybe cereal or muffins, some crackers, maybe even skip breakfast altogether. […]