An Autism Study Using Nambudripad's Food Allergy Elimination Treatments
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1. We hypothesize that children in the experimental group will show a significant improvement over the control group as all food allergens groups and some other relevant allergenic substances are desensitized in a systematic way using the NAET® methodology within the specified period of study.
Condition or disease
Procedure: Acupressure treatments and NAET treatments
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Ages Eligible for Study:
3 Years to 10 Years (Child)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Volunteers will be selected based on the well-defined inclusion criteria such as all control and sample children showed typical autistic symptoms before NAET® treatment: made no eye contact, unable to talk and communicate. All subjects (both control and sample) should be within the age limit of 3 to10 years and should have established and demonstrated autism spectrum disorder by a conventional physician. -
Any child that has a history of various complications of illness other than autism spectrum disorder would be disqualified. Previously treated with NAET treatments for this condition will be disqualified to enroll in the study. Any patient who has any of the following incidents will also be disqualified.
Previous surgeries, congenital deformities of heart, lung, liver, brain, kidney, etc.
Any type of cancer
Any physically debilitating disorders and diagnosed mental retardation, Down's syndrome, etc.
Children with the history of severe allergies or anaphylactic reactions will be rejected.