So last month I wrote about how Wes was doing with NAET. You can read about it HERE, but basically to summarize, it has worked WONDERS for him when it comes to foods that were once an allergic trigger to him. Foods like gluten and dairy. We were also able to reset his body when it came to damages caused by heavy metals from the vaccines he had as a young baby.
Does NAET help ADHD? Autism?
He is more focused at school. Able to participate in treat days at school and birthday parties without having to bring a gluten free/dairy free alternative. He is now able to participate in activities at the Y without a one on one adult support. He is not really utilizing his level 2 support worker at school either. Also if things keep going this way, next year he wouldn’t even need one.
But the biggest difference I have noticed with NAET is in my 2 year old. He didn’t have food allergies that we were aware of. However he was diagnosed with Autism and we were also told he most likely has ADHD, but will not get the ADHD label till just before he starts school.
Three and a half months into NAET he is a different child. I finally feel like I’m caring for a typical 2 year old. Not the tasmanian devil in a 2 year old’s body.
We really noticed a difference about 2 months in. Once the changes started happening, it was like a snowball effect. And literally we would have a treatment done and the next day he would start doing something new. Or stop doing something old.
We went from a child that was only safe in a playpen, to us packing up and putting the playpen away.
A child who would not make eye contact, to a child who is making eye contact way more.
To a child who didn’t care whether someone other then mom was around. To starting to show interest in extended family members.
From a child who just runs back and forth all day, to a child who will sit down and play with toys or watch a show.
I feel like I’m getting my little boy back. And I know this would not have happened without NAET.
P.S If your interested in reading more about this, check out the book,Say Good-Bye to Allergy-Related Autism NAET.
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