|NeuroDevelopment - Disorders|
|The NeuroDevelopment al Disorders|
|The latest research into neuroplasticity affirms some hope for most disorders.
With some training and specific stimulation
the brain can change the physical structure, function and chemistry.
Many disorders are caused by NeuroDevelopment al inefficiencies that can be changed with some work and help.
Improvement is possible in all the cases.
|Causes of NeuroDevelopment Disorders|
NeuroDevelopment disorders are sometimes as disorder of neural development or brain development disorder. They can have physical and / or phychologycall causes. It is characterized as physicall impairment in a part of the brain or central nervous system. The changes in the brain have psychologically effects over the normal emotions, learning ability , memory as they grow. If the causes happens in the early years of their life and if not treat, it may inflict their social behaviour, learning ability and other behaviour problems.
The complete understandind and causes of brain development disorder are still unknown but many researchers suggest the following
|Genetic and metabolic disorders.
Some parents passes genetic metabolic diseases to the inborn.
Most times are hard to diagnosis in the new born, because the infants may look healthy and with no any symptom when they were born. the the disease will strike until
the time the children starts making direct contact with their surrounding environment.
The most commen cases are: -Down syndrome It is known as trisomy 21, is caused by the abnormality of chromosome number 21. -William syndrome (It is caused the abnormality of chromosome number 7 -Fragile X syndrome -Rett syndrome
|Immune disorders: In that cases the immune function over react to specific situations. It starts with brain tissues, abnormal movements , emotional disturbance and obsessive compulsive disorder symptoms.|
Infectious diseases can be transmited from the carrier to other person through one or more of diverse ways.
Most common pathways includes physical contact, body fluid, share food, contaminated instruments or visiting very infected zones. |
-Toxoplasmosis is common a parasite disease caused by a protozoan called toxoplasma gondii. the main symptoms are flu like and disappearing within a few week. It is more dangerous in infants with a weak immune system, and if the disease progress, can lead to encephalitis or other severe brain damages.
-Meningitis: It is a dangerous disease, aused by bacteria infection. Can lead to inflammation and cause severe brain damage to the new born, including deafness and other physicall problems.
-Encephalitis: Is a virus infectious disease. It is very dangerous for the new born and can be passed from the birth canal and can lead to brain infection. the virus can stays inactive several days, and get active until the child comes sicke or under stress and gets down the immune system.
-Mealse is a infectious disease produced by the measle virus. the virus infection can cause subacute sclerosing panencephalitis and lead to brain development disorder (cortical dysfunction). BR>
|Nutritional deficiency: Researchers have found that women with folic acid and iodine deficiency during their pregnancy may cause risk to their babies in contacting NeuroDevelopment al disorders. Also a excessive use of these substances may also cause toxins accumulation and damages in the new born brain and central nervous system.|
|Physical trauma: Physical traumas or lack of oxygen can cause congenital injury and permanent damages to the brain. Traumas can cause cerebral palsy and physical disability in the child development.|
|Environment toxic: Toxin are accumulated in the brain and cause evere brain damage, leading to impairment of emotional and physical development. Enviroments with high levels of toxics or slow inmmune system exposes to slow body detoxification that can lead to dysfunction in some of organs can increase the risks. Human have produced over 5000 different toxins that contaminates the enviroment and can cause brain damage or dysfunctions in the human body. These toxic sustances includes heavy metals such as lead and mercury.|
|Medication: Certain vaccines used to protect the child may contribute a disease. One vaccine called thimerosal contains 50 time more toxins than the plain mercury, and if a infant can not excrete them, can cause mercury accumulation in the brain, and produce severe brain damage. Antibiotic are another cause of the brain development disorder. the antibiotics medication can destroy the good bacteria and cause causes a inability to absorbing vital minerals. This can lead to nutritional causes of neuroldevelopment dysfunction|
|Severe deprivation disorder: Medical research studies have found that children born in a family without loving, caring frecuetly develop depression and show behavioural problemas and other social retardation.|
|Symptoms of Neuro Development Disorders|
|NeuroDevelopment disorder can produces many symptoms epending of the causes.|
|Delay social development: Persons with some brain development disorder usually show little interest to social events and other personal stimuli. They have less attention to people smile and look at others less often when called by their own name.|
|Communication Many children with these disorders have problems with slow speech and short vocabularies to handle their daily communication. Often simply repeat others' words.|
|Repetitive behaviour: Includes behavior such as Flapping hands, arranging objects in a certain order. Sometimes resist to changes and prefers an unvarying pattern of daily activities.|
|Unusual eating behaviour|
|Motor problems that include poor muscle tone, poor motor planning, and toe walking|
|Sensitive to Sound or light|
|Insomnia or sleeping disorders|
|NeuroDevelopment - Behaviour|
|The behariours are grouped only to describe symptoms. Please remember that all people are different. Avoid using these words as negative or to totally describe someone.|
NeuroDevelopment Disabilities: A neuro development disability is a condition of children with developmental delays or learning disorders.
A NeuroDevelopment al disability physician is a neurologist or specialized doctor or pediatrician having special knowledge, trained with skills to detect bad conditions of the nervous system.
This specialist is a doctor that treats some conditions like cerebral palsy, autism and spina bifida. They suggest therapy regimens that can include speech therapy, physical or play therapy, occupational, and behavior modification techniques.
For some patients they recommend some of these therapies may be combined with medication. Early intervention may help with disorders such as mental retardation or visual and hearing difficulties.
|The NeuroDevelopment alist is a professional that evaluates the behaviour of a person and writes an individual NeuroDevelopment al plan.
NeuroDevelopment alists are trained to look at the causes of behaviour problems. They work is to design an individualized NeuroDevelopment al plan to train the parents and family.
He suggest recommendations and some changes to improve the live of their child or familiar. |
A NeuroDevelopment al check includes the patient NeuroDevelopment al Profile Comprehensive History Form, Functional Analysis with many different criterias. The final recommendations includes health and education suggestions.
Language and Communication, Auditory and Visual Competence, Long and Short Term Memory, Auditory Tonal Processing, Nutrition and Health History, Fine Motor and Manual Competence, Central Nervous System Organization, Gross Motor and Mobility, Auditory and Visual Sequential Processing, Vestibular Function and Coordination, Tactility and Proprioception, Academic Function
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