Dialectical/Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Children

cognitive behavioural therapy

Having kids can be fun and happy but it will become challenging and tiring when the same kids become so adamant and throw tantrums. It is a very common behaviour among kids and teens to do so and they will eventually learn to manage their emotions. But in certain cases, kids engage in aggressive behaviours like biting, slashing, and throwing things in addition to their tantrums. Continue reading to know more about how to handle these issues through cognitive behavioural therapy and how kids can benefit from DBT and learn to better control their emotions.

Also, Check: Benefits of behavior therapy in Autism

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What is Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)?

DBT is a kind of cognitive-behavioural therapy that seeks to alter behaviour by helping people acknowledge and embrace their emotions. It seeks to alter their behaviour by acknowledging and accepting their current emotions and providing tools that can help with regulating their emotions and improving tolerance and mindfulness.

This cognitive behavioural therapy has been adapted to accommodate the unique needs of children. Its main goals are teaching coping mechanisms, identifying problematic thought patterns, and regulating intense emotions.

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When to go for DBT?

When a child has tantrums frequently and is irritated most of the time, DBT-C may be beneficial. Tantrums aren’t typically a symptom of a more serious problem, but in these situations, parents should think about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for their child. The DBT-C is especially suited for children between the ages of 6 and 12 years, depending on their developmental stage. Following are some of the situations in which parents should consider DBT-C for their child:

1. High emotional sensitivity:

Children who are very emotionally sensitive have a tendency to react quickly and strongly to any emotional trigger. They will have long-lasting reactions and find it extremely challenging to manage their feelings as a result of the intense emotional activation.

Also, Check: Sensory processing disorder

Signs and Symptoms:
  • Verbal or physical violence
  • Self-destructive behaviour
  • Gets bored easily and acts hyperactive
  • Short attention span
  • Sensitive to surroundings
  • Impulsive action and doesn’t like changes
  • They experience interpersonal problems
  • Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD) – DMDD has been diagnosed in kids who have frequent outbursts and tantrums practically every day

Also, Check: Common behavioral disorder in kids

2. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD):

ADHD is the most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder. Children with this condition have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive actions, and regulating their restless feelings. ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) symptoms typically first appear between the ages of 3 and 6. Because ADHD affects the sexes differently, it is less frequently diagnosed in girls.

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Types:
  • Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive
  • Predominantly inattentive
  • Combined hyperactive-impulsive and inattentive

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 Signs & Symptoms:
  • Trouble in staying focused on a task
  • Often makes careless mistakes
  • Easily distracted
  • Difficulty in following instructions.
  • Frequently avoid tasks that require a long time.
  • Can’t remain still 
  • Disorganized
  • Inability to control oneself or be impulsive.
  • Excessive and uncontrolled movements
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Short attention spans and a lack of focus

Also, Check: ADHD: Symptoms and remedies 

3. Eating Disorder:

It is a condition caused due to unhealthy eating habits of children which gets manifested into a serious problem and affects the health, mind and body of the child. Eating disorders are more emotional and mental problems than physical ones. There are several types of eating disorder which includes Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge eating, AFRID (avoidant restrictive food intake disorder), pica etc. 

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Signs& Symptoms:
  • These children have both physical and mental conditions
  • Weight gain/ Weight Loss
  • Hair loss
  • Change in blood pressure and drop in heart rate
  • Extreme Dieting or Extreme Exercising
  • Sensitivity to cold
  • Dizziness and Insomnia
  • Irregular Menstrual cycle
  • Depressions and anxiety, Mood Disorder/ mood Swings
  • Unable to cope with emotions
  • Low self-esteem

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4. Anxiety and Depression:

Children with anxiety and Depression frequently internalise what they are thinking and feeling. Some people’s anxiety may progress to the point that it interferes with their day-to-day activities, results in sleep deprivation, and impairs academic performance at school. 

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Signs & Symptoms:
  • Being terrified to separate from a parent
  • They refuse to attend school because they do not want to be around other people
  • Having phobias related to particular things or circumstances
  • Persistently thinking that something horrible would happen
  • Suffering from panic attacks
  • Unable to participate in class activities or engage with family members

Also check, Tantrums and ADHD: How to manage?

Benefits and approach of DBT-C

DBT-C is primarily concerned with teaching parents and kids techniques for becoming more conscious of their emotional states and thoughts. Additionally, it teaches stress level management skills, effective thought and emotional expression. The following are some examples of DBT skills for children:

1. Mindfulness:

Being mindful means being conscious of your thoughts and emotions as they emerge and pass. It enables kids to remain grounded in the current moment and control their emotions. Breathing exercise like square breathing is taught to children who are feeling furious or tense to reduce their stress and anxiety.

Also check, Types of therapies for autism

2. Radical Acceptance:

Radical acceptance is a key element of distress tolerance, where kids learn to accept their situations completely rather than resisting them and tolerating the stress. They learn that they do not have perfect control over any situation, but they do have the ability to make better choices.

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3. Managing emotions:

One popular method is ‘Riding the Wave,’ in which they will learn to feel emotions like ocean waves. The child will learn to recognise their emotions and observe them naturally come and go rather than trying to control them. The method is crucial for children and teens to manage extremely intense emotions like rage and grief. DBT-C uses a number of visualisation techniques to promote emotional mindfulness.  

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4. Interpersonal Skill development:

DBT-C includes the development of interpersonal skills that aid in establishing and maintaining positive relationships. With reasonable expectations, children will learn how to maintain good relationships. They learn how to be assertive while still being respectful and direct when expressing their feelings and views and asking for what they need.

Also, Check: Personality development for kids

5. Accepting Failure:

The mentality of accepting the results of actions without feeling guilty is taught through embracing failure. Instead of focusing on criticism, one learns to focus on encouragement to gradually improve subsequently. It is one of the most difficult skills for kids and parents to acquire as it includes accepting failures and using them as a learning opportunity for improvement. Children who are unable to maintain this level may experience additional stress and anxiety, which worsens the situation. 

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Healthy and Tasty Food Recipes using Brain Booster Savoury Spread

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Who wouldn’t love a nutridense and tasty food? Of Course, everyone would! Especially recipes cooked with authentic ingredients are just so superb and mood enlightening. So How do you like to pour in some extra nutrition into your Kids diet? Have you ever thought about tasty and healthy food recipes packed with ayurvedic herbs? Ayurvedic herbs like Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Shankhapushpi contribute to enhancement in brain’s functioning by maintaining overall sound brain health! And thus adding them into your recipes all-together is indeed a great way to begin. 

Let’s look at some interesting recipes using Iyurved’s savoury spread.

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8 TASTY AND HEALTHY FOOD RECIPES USING BRAiN BOOSTER SAVOURY SPREAD

Let’s take a look at these 8 tasty and healthy food recipes fortified with the richness of Ayurvedic herbs. Perfect healthifying meals for all! Its a collection of kids friendly savoury recipes that can become your kids favourite.

1. OATS KHICHDI
Recipes with oats for breakfast- Oats khichdi
Oats khichdi

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Oats
  • 1/4 cup Moong dal
  • 1 Chopped tomato, onion
  • 1/4 cup Chopped carrot
  • 1 tsp Ghee/oil
  • 2 tbsp Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here)
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin seeds
  • 2.5 cups Water
  • Salt to taste

Preparation

  • Wash the moong dal and soak it in water for 30 minutes.
  • In a pressure cooker, add ghee/oil, cumin seeds, onion and saute well.
  • Then add tomato, saute until it is mushy followed by Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here) and mix well.
  • Add soaked moong dal, oats and mix well. Further add water to it and cook in a medium flame for 3-4 whistles.
  • Serve tasty and healthy oats khichdi!!!

1 cup – 250 calories
Additional nutrition benefits 
( 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread gives 126 calories with 5.36g of protein).healthy oats khichdi

2. MOONG DAL CHEELA/PANCAKE
Recipes for lunchbox - Moong dal cheela/pancake
Moong dal Cheela/Pancake

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Moong dal/mung bean
  • 1 Capsicum, Onion, Tomato
  • 2 tsp Grated ginger
  • 1 tsp Chilies (Optional)
  • 1/2 cup curd
  • 4 tbsp oil
  • 2 tbsp Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here)
  • Salt to taste

Procedure

  • Soak moong dal overnight and grind it to make paste.
  • In a bowl, add curd, chopped onion, capsicum, tomato, ginger and chilies(optional), salt, Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here) and mix well.
  • Pour the batter on hot pan and cook it for 2 minutes on low flame. Drop oil on edges and flip it to cook on other side till it turns golden.
  • Serve this tasty and healthy food recipe rich with herbs!!

1 cheela – 128 calories
Additional nutrition benefits 
( 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread gives 126 calories with 5.36g of protein)

3. Paneer vegetable fried rice

It is no surprise that paneer, or cottage cheese, is a household staple in most Indian households. Paneer is healthy, high in protein and calcium, simple to prepare, and also versatile enough to be used in a number of tasty and healthy food recipes. This is also why paneer is a favourite among moms, especially when there are fussy eaters in the family!

Rice recipes - Paneer vegetable fried rice
Paneer vegetable fried rice

Ingredients

  • 1 cup cooked rice
  • 1/4 cup grated panner
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 2 tbsp grated carrot
  • 1 tbsp chopped beans
  • 2 tsp ghee
  • 1 tsp fresh coriander leaves
  • 2 tbsp Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here)
  • 1.5 tsp pepper powder
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds
  • 2 tsp Spring onion (optional)
  • Cinnamon powder – a pinch
  • Salt to taste

Procedure

  • In a pan, add ghee, cumin seeds and allow it to splatter.
  • Add chopped onion and saute well. Then add grated carrot, chopped beans and fry until they turn soft.
  • Now add grated panner, Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here),pepper powder, salt and mix well.
  • Next, add the rice, mix well and fry for 2- 3 minutes until everything is properly combined.
  • Finally season with cinnamon powder and turn off the flame.
  • Sprinkle some coriander leaves and spring onion and serve!!

1 cup – 385 calories
Additional nutrition benefits 
( 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread gives 126 calories with 5.36g of protein)

4. Carrot beetroot pasta

It is one of the pasta recipes with vegetables like beetroot and carrot that are complete, nutrient-dense superfoods, also rich in vitamins and fibre. Also, aids in relieving constipation by boosting the metabolic system. Along with the phytonutrients, beets are high in iron, while carrots are fibre-rich and keeps the gut healthy. (7 Proven health benefits of beetroot for kids and adults)

Carrot beetroot pasta recipe
Carrot beetroot pasta

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Pasta
  • 1/2 cup Beetroot puree
  • 1/2 cup Carrot  puree
  • 1 Onion
  • 3-4 cloves Chopped garlic
  • 1 tsp Pepper/ Oregano
  • 2 tbsp Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here)
  • 2 cups Water
  • 1 tbsp Oil
  • 1 tbsp Tomato pasta sauce
  • Salt to taste

Preparation

  • Heat oil in a pan and saute the garlic, onion.
  • Add carrot, beetroot puree and Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here) and cook for 5- 8 minutes.
  • Add salt, pepper or oregano, tomato pasta sauce and pasta.
  • Then add water, cover the pan and cook on low flame.
  • Once the pasta is soft and cooked, turn off the flame 
  • Serve!!

You may add 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread to the pasta while it is being cooked or to the cooked pasta when serving your child.

1 cup –  240 calories
Additional nutrition benefits 
( 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster Savoury Spread gives 126 calories with 5.36g of protein).

5. Millet pizza
gluten free recipe  - Millet pizza
Millet Pizza

Ingredients

  • ½ cup Jowar (sorghum)
  • ⅓ cup tapioca flour
  • ½ cup cooked oat
  • 2 tsp oregano
  • Nutritional yeast (optional)
  • 2 tbsp Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here)
  • 2 tbsp Vegetable sauce of your choice
  • 1/3 cup grated cheese
  • Salt to taste
  • Water as required

Preparation

  • Take a bowl and add jowar flour, tapioca flour, cooked oats, yeast (optional), salt and water to make a soft dough for millet pizza base.
  • Leave it to rise for an hour.
  • Preheat oven for 5 min. Roll millet pizza base and apply Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here) and pizza sauce. Sprinkle cheese, bake for 10 min at 220 degree celsius.
  • Nutritious pizza is ready to serve!!

1 Pizza –  246 calories
Additional nutrition benefits 
( 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread gives 126 calories with 5.36g of protein).

Also, check some of these nutritious recipes using millet.

6. BEETROOT BREAD PAKORA
Beetroot Bread Pakora

Ingredients

  • 4 Multigrain bread/ Brown bread
  • 1 Cup gram flour
  • 2 tsp carrom seeds
  • 1 Cup beetroot puree
  • 4 tbsp oil
  • 2 tbsp Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here)
  • Salt to taste

Procedure

  • Take gram flour in bowl. Add carrom seeds, salt and beetroot puree.
  • Add Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here) . Mix all the ingredients well. Add water to make paste.
  • Dip multigrain bread in the batter and place on heated skillet.
  • Drop oil on the edges and cook on low flame for 3-4 minute. Flip over the bread and cook from other side.
  • Cut into tringles and serve!!

1 pakora – 125 calories
Additional nutrition benefits 
( 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread gives 126 calories with 5.36g of protein)

Also, check proven health benefits of beetroot.

7. Tomato soup

Tomato soup is a South Indian tomato rasam dish that is especially good for newborns who have a cold or cough. When they are unwell, it makes digestion simpler and promotes a quick recovery. This also improves immunity, aids digestion, and stimulates appetite in children. It not only calms the stomach, but it also tastes great. It can be served as a soup or combined with steam-cooked rice for children. (Reasons for loss of appetite and 5 foods to increase your child’s appetite)

Tomato soup recipe by Iyurved
Tomato soup

Ingredients

  • 2 Ripen tomatoes 
  • 1/2 tsp Pepper corns
  • 1/4 tsp Cumin seeds
  • 2 tsp Garlic
  • 2 tbsp Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here)
  • 1/4 tsp Oil
  • Coriander leaves – to garnish
  • 1.5 cups Water

Procedure

  • In a saucepan, add water and boil the tomatoes for 5-10 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame and let it cool down. Then peel the skin off the tomatoes and keep it aside.
  • In another pan, roast the pepper, cumin seeds, garlic and grind them along with the peeled tomatoes to form a smooth paste. 
  • Then heat the saucepan with oil, add tomato paste, Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here) and cook for a minute.
  • Add water and boil for 5 minutes on low flame.
  • Garnish with coriander leaves and Serve!!
1 cup – 53  calories
Additional nutrition benefits 
( 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread gives 126 calories with 5.36g of protein).
8. Aloo gobi paratha

Aloo gobi paratha is basically an Indian flatbread dish stuffed with a mixture of veggies. This is a paratha dish with a potato and cauliflower filling within. An ideal lunch box menu for kids.

Lunch box menu - Aloo gobi paratha
Aloo gobi paratha

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Wheat/Jowar/Ragi flour
  • 1/2 cup mashed cauliflower (gobi) florets (boiled and mashed)
  • 1 cup boiled, mashed potatoes
  • 1/2 tsp Jeera/ Ajwain
  • 4 tbsp Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here)
  • 1 tsp ginger garlic paste
  • 3/4 tsp chilli powder
  • 1/4 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1/2 tsp coriander powder
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 tbsp Oil
  • 1 tsp ghee
  • Salt to taste

Procedure

  • Mix wheat flour and salt in a bowl. Gradually add water little by little and knead to make a soft dough.
  • In a pan, add ajwain or jeera, ginger garlic paste, mashed aloo and gobi, chilli powder,turmeric powder, coriander powder, Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread (order here) and salt, mix well and cook for 3 mins in low flame.
  • Divide the dough into equal portions.Take a small ball and flatten it out lightly..
  • Place the gobi aloo filling and seal it on top and roll the paratha evenly.
  • Heat the tawa , spread oil, cook on a medium flame for few seconds.
  • Once one side is done, flip it over. Apply oil till it turns golden brown.
  • Drizzle some ghee on both sides and serve hot.
  • Aloo gobi paratha is ready!!

You may add Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread to the paratha dough or spread 1 tbsp over the paratha while serving.

1 Aloo gobi paratha – 244 calories
Additional nutrition benefits 
( 1 tbsp of Iyurved’s Brain Booster savoury spread gives 126 calories with 5.36g of protein)


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Camel Milk Is Good for Health of Autistic Kids?

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You might be wondering if there is any connection between camel milk and autism. You may have several questions like camel milk is good for health of autistic kids? What are the benefits of camel milk? How is it different from cow milk? etc. Continue reading to find answers for these confusions.

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Autism

Autism or Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects communication and behaviour. Although autism can occur at any age, it is a “developmental disorder” because symptoms generally appear in the first two years of life. There are many causes for autism in kids and symptoms may vary from child to child. In some kids the symptoms are very mild while in certain cases severe symptoms are high.

Also check, Early signs of autism in kids

Camel milk

Although you would believe that camels are just used for transportation, camel milk has long been consumed in Middle Eastern, Asian, and African cultures. It’s actually very sought-after.

Camel milk is good for health. In contrast to other types of milk, it has significant levels of vitamins and minerals, including: Potassium, Copper, Magnesium, Iron, Calcium and Vitamin C.

HEALTH BENEFITS OF CAMEL MILK

Camel milk is good for health because of some special properties and health benefits of it. They include:

1. High in antioxidants: 

Camel milk has a lot of antioxidants, which protect your cells against cellular deterioration that can cause life-threatening illnesses including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

2. Closer to human breast milk:

The natural material that most closely resembles human mother’s milk is camel milk. Similar to how breast milk shields newborns from a variety of ailments.

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3. Safe alternative to cow milk:

Camel milk, if you have a milk allergy, might be a reliable replacement. This is most likely because camel milk includes a unique protein that isn’t immune-stimulating compared to other dairy products. Camel milk is good for health of children who have other food sensitivities. 

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4. Lessen chances of diabetes:

Researchers examined a community in India that had no diabetes cases and came to the conclusion that it was probably because they regularly ingested camel milk. 

Camel milk reduces insulin resistance, regulates blood sugar levels, reduces fasting blood sugar, and alleviates diabetes symptoms. Also helps to reduce cholesterol. 

Also check, Gut and sleep: How they are related?

5. Improves gut health

Selenium and zinc are found in camel milk. To keep your intestines in good condition, combine selenium and zinc. These two minerals both have anti-inflammatory effects that aid in lowering inflammatory bowel illnesses like Crohn’s disease and other similar conditions.

CAMEL MILK IS GOOD FOR HEALTH OF AUTISTIC KIDS?

According to a patient report from the NCBI, when a kid drank one-half cup of raw camel milk every day for a continuous six years, his autistic symptoms significantly improved including eye contact, communication, and emotional expression. 

Its significant nutritional value in comparison to cow milk, as well as its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities, may aid to lessen autism symptoms. As it contains selenium and zinc, it helps to maintain healthy gut which has connection with brain, helpful for autistic children.

That would be in marked contrast to the inflammation and gastrointestinal irritation that lactose intolerant people who consume cow’s milk are said to experience. However, there is not much scientific evidence demonstrating exactly how camel milk affects autism.

POTENTIAL DOWNSIDES:

  • More expensive than cow milk because camels produce very less milk compared to cow milk.
  • It may not be pasteurised because conventionally,  camel milk is ingested raw without heat treatments or pasteurisation.
  • It might be an ethical concern because the animals are exploited and are made to live in places where they may not adapt themselves.

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Does high screen time cause Speech Disorders in kids?

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Does your child always love to sit in front of the screen with absolute unawareness about his surroundings? Despite calling out his name like 1000 times, does he not get his eyes off the mobile screen? All these things, if continued ahead, can creep in a kid, a sense of complete social detachment with the world! Perhaps you may be wondering, can prolonged screen times cause speech disorders in the child? Yes, it can! Continue reading to know more!!

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How does High screen time cause speech disorders in kids?

The early years of a child’s life are critical for their language development. Children who spend too much time in front of screens essentially miss out on opportunities to engage with others and learn via observation of their surroundings. Other than the visual and auditory senses, a child’s other senses are not sharpened by more screen time. This may be one of the main causes of speech disorders.

Kids engrossed in the screens in front of them get so much bonded to it that it becomes an addiction for them. This can not only hamper the eyes, but also harm the brain development and can result in speech delay. Thus, sincere efforts must be put in to reduce the screen time for kids and instead involve them in productive activities which will also foster language development!

Causes of Speech disorders due to prolonged screen-times

1. Hampers the attention span:

Kids sitting all the time in front of television , computer screen or playing video games on the mobile screen can eventually not be able to pay attention to other important things around. Their crazy engrossment on screen does not allow them to sincerely pour their attention into things which they actually need to! This can interfere with their expressive abilities and negatively affect language development.

Also, check Autism and Sensory Sensitivity

2. Downfall in receptive language:

Receptive language is indeed the understanding of information provided in a multitude of ways such as sounds and words; movement and gestures; and signs and symbols. With screen as a constant in a kid’s life, it can also mess up with his understanding of words and expressions. Without face to face interaction a child will certainly not be able to sharpen his receptive language and would probably suffer with delay in speech.

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3. Fear of human interactions:

Getting so heavily involved in screen sittings, children will often lose interest in talking to people, understanding their emotions, analysing their expressions and responding correctly in return. If the child won’t mix up or talk to anyone, his vocabulary of words will also be put at stake! And the inability to express will ultimately lead to speech regression.

4. Losing interest in daily chores:

This can also be a cause for speech delay. Unceasingly remaining engaged on the screen, a child develops disliking in performing his routine tasks. Due to this, he/she will not get acquainted with studying, reading books, solving mathematical problems, working upon language and grammar, etc. Thus if a person is trying to explain something to a kid, he may not be able to interpret and respond to it due to lack of understanding and exposure.

Also, check Sensory Processing disorder

42% of kids under 8 own a smartphone, according to Common Sense Media. That’s up from 7 percent just 4 years ago. Isn’t that alarming? Are we not spoiling our upcoming generations with technological advancements? It’s the need of an hour to connect the kids more authentically with the outer world!

TIPS TO REDUCE SCREEN TIME AND IMPROVE SPEECH IN KIDS:

Try to engross the child in activities which will encourage language development in them and enhance their social interaction. To know about some ways to tackle speech delay issues, keep reading!

1. Five New words each day:

Try to talk with the child at your best. Read out story books or poems to him. Try to explain the meaning of words by playing some role or performing some actions. This will make it easier for the child to understand the meaning of words and so also the emotions behind them. Make the child try to learn any 5 words each day and try to use them in some simple sentences. This will boost his language grasping and improve speech delay

2. Adding Limits:

Try to limit the screen time gradually. Reduce it by 5 minutes each day and try to arrive at a good time span for screen watch. This will help the child to also develop interest in performing other activities at his fullest potential. Immediate reduction of screen time can make the child feel frustrated about everything. And thus take one step at a time. 

Also, check Tips to reduce screen time in kids

3. Audio learning:

Within a child’s routine, try incorporating audio learning each day for a span of about an hour. You can let the child listen to any song, poems or talks. After that, ask the child to sing that song or say out the poem or try to explain what he understood from any particular talk in brief. While doing so, he will be pushed to his highest potential to express himself at his best. In this way audio learning can help out with speech delay.

Also, check 8 Fun and Engaging Activities for kids

4. Decoding the drawings:

If a child has liking towards drawing or watching animations on the screen, ask the child to decode the animated video and write it down on a sheet of paper as per his understanding. In this way, a child will try to make a choice of best words for describing any scene within the animation. This will challenge his ability to think in a broader dimension and significantly enhance his grip over language. This will also help him out with his expressive development. 

FOODS THAT HELP WITH SPEECH Disorders:

Apart from all this, Nutrition also plays a primary role in the overall development of a child.  Let’s take a look at times of foods that can help with speech disorders.

Some of the foods that can help with the speech delay include:

1. Nuts:

All the nuts like almonds, walnuts, cashew, peanuts and hazelnuts are rich in vitamin E and help in boosting memory. They are also antioxidants which protect against cell damage. Walnuts are rich in omega 3 fatty acids and are a valuable substance for brain function, memory and thinking abilities. This fatty acid also encourages cognitive functions and helps out with speech. (Best nuts for protein)

2. Seeds:

Apart from nuts, seeds like flax, chia, melon, sesame and pumpkins also contain powerful antioxidants like vitamin E that protect the brain from free radical damage. Sunflower seeds impact overall mood and mental processing powers and therefore it is considered a brain boosting snack. Pumpkin seeds are high in magnesium, copper, and much higher in zinc than other seeds, which help in increasing concentration, memory and attention span. One of the easiest to feed brain boosting foods for kids

3. Cocoa Powder:

Pure cocoa powder (unsweetened) contains brain boosting components as it is packed with a large number of antioxidants molecules, the main is epicatechin helpful to improve cognition and speech impairment in studies. Hence cocoa powder is also an important brain development food for children. (More benefits of cocoa powder)

4. Brahmi:

Brahmi is a superfood for the brain and is believed to sharpen the brain by protecting cells and increasing chemicals associated with learning and memory. It has shown to improve spatial learning and retaining power in kids. That is why in older times, kids were often given Brahmi powder with ghee/honey. This would increase their focus and attention while keeping them calm and distressed.

5. Shankhapushpi:

Shankhapushpi is a traditional remedy for increasing the functioning of the brain. The powerful antioxidants and flavonoids present in it improve the memory capacity, focus, concentration, calmness, alertness of an individual. Since it is a brain tonic and stimulator, people taking shankhapushpi have improved memory, reasoning, problem-solving, and other cognitive abilities.

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6. Ashwagandha:

Ashwagandha is an adaptogen. It is known to reduce anxiety and stress. Moreover, it increases acetylcholine levels which support better memory, mental focus and intelligence. Ashwagandha also improves communication between nerve cells and stimulates the body’s capacity to heal any nervous system damage. It also helps in speech improvement.

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Success Story of 15-year-old Raj who boosted his Self-Confidence and Academic Performance

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Raj, Anju’s 15-year-old son, describes his success story in boosting self confidence and enhancing academic performance.

“ I was bullied by my fellow mates in my 9th grade.. I was very hesitant and had low self confidence. I was unable to respond or act in response to anyone who was hitting or abusing me. I had trouble speaking clearly and my academic performance was a bit lower. My teachers even took counselling for me. I had hardly any friends and lacked the self confidence to engage in any extracurricular activity.

My mother came across Iyurved’s brain-booster product and suggested that I try it. I didn’t think any product would help me because my mother had already given me a variety of ayurvedic and homoeopathic medications. Surprisingly, though, I noticed a significant improvement in my speaking and confidence within a couple of months. I was able to attentively sit in class and focus for a longer duration. My academic results also got better.

Now that I know how to respond to those who are mean to me or insult me, I feel better about myself. The guys who made fun of me are now on my friend list. I take part in a lot of sports and extracurricular activities. My teachers are also amazed to see positive changes in me.” 

Raj, 15-year-old boy

Teenagers are quite concerned about being confident and competent around their peers. They have constant anxiety to do well in school, especially in the 10th or 12th grade. Also, the rise in competition in every academic sector compels a student to improvise their ways of grasping and learning things proficiently in order to make the best use of it. Continue reading to know a few tips and ways to improve academic performance. 

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HOW TO IMPROVE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE?

Here are some tips for parents to build self confidence in children and improve academic performance

1. TAKE CARE OF BASICS:

Any activity starts with the basics, and progresses gradually and firmly to reach the levels of excellence at its advanced stage. In order for your kid’s mind to be stretched to master difficult subjects and be able to adapt to new concepts and themes, academic basics are required for a solid foundation. In other words, students simply need to be prepared for real-life situations and the difficulties that come with them. Apart from this, make certain that your child gets adequate sleep, eats well, practices excellent hygiene, have self confidence and receives regular medical treatment.

Also, check How to increase memory power in kids?

2. CULTIVATE CREATIVE THINKING:

Creative ideas are indeed prolific! Creativity automatically brings in an ability to look at a problem through different perspectives and so also puts healthy stress upon the mind to dig out multiple ideas to arrive at a solution to those problems. Thus though there’s one answer, there can be numerous different ways to arrive at the same. All students need creative thinking skills so that they can participate and interact effectively in life.

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3. TEACH CHILDREN TO EMBRACE FAILURES:

There’s a famous quote written by Thomas Edison that says, “I have not failed. I have found 10,000 ways that don’t work”. Children must be taught that failures are not bad experiences but mistakes that are not meant to be put to use again. Failure enhances critical thinking as well as information recall. But often students don’t realise how much they may learn from their blunders. It’s simple for them to feel ashamed or think achievement is too far away when faced with failure and put in more effort to accomplish their goals.

Also check, 8 tips to improve academic performance in children

4. PRAISE AND ENCOURAGE FOR GOOD WORK:

Indeed we all are better than we know, if only we are brought to realise it then we may never again be prepared to settle for anything less! It’s very important for a parent/mentor to acknowledge a child’s efforts behind any particular task. This helps the child understand how to choose a wise approach for the ultimate fulfilment of goals. It strengthens constructive conduct and increases self confidence, motivation and zeal. Positive reinforcement upon completing a set of tasks also helps the child to upgrade and enhance his/her performance levels ahead.

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5. TEACHING TO MAKE THE BEST USE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Technology-based education appears to be a step in the right direction for transforming education. If used in conjunction with the proper motivation and vision, technology and education make an excellent pairing. Nowadays, everything is just available on one click! Thus making the best use of one click to improve studies and achieve academic excellence needs to be deeply impregnated in the minds of children. Installation of computer setup must be done at home in such a way that you can also keep a watchful eye on your children and be aware of what sort of work they are performing upon the computer system. 

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6. HABIT OF MAKING RETENTION CARDS:

After learning any particular subject, it is equally important to make ready-reckoner retention cards or short notes as it makes their understanding much easier. Provide freedom to the children to retain information upon the cards in whichever way it gets easier for them, either in terms of flowcharts and figures or in terms of short writings. During exam times, it gets easier to just glance through the critical points written down on the cards.

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7. PRACTISING DISCIPLINE:

Practising discipline at things is always must to be consistent with efforts and it indeed helps the children to better understand how to improve studies. When performing any assignment, discipline means being sincere, diligent, inspired, and motivated. Quality of the person’s character aids in finishing the assignment by the deadline. With discipline, an individual can excel with the accomplishment of his aims. 

Also, check 10 Tips for Personality Development in kids

8. TAKING PROPER REST:

There are two ways that enough sleep benefits kids. A child who has had a good night’s sleep is awake and aware and therefore is better able to focus. Second, when one is sleeping, the brain is forming long-term memories and consolidating short-term ones. So also short healthy breaks in between successive learning sessions is must to allow the brain to pause for a while, ingest the things and firmly fix deep within for the long term. 

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Benefits of Behaviour Therapy in Autism

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Have you noticed your child laughing out or crying at the peak of his throat for absolutely no reason? Or, Does your kid keep crying, blabbering, not able to make eye contact or express himself? When abrupt activities of the child become abnormally repetitive, it rings an alarm of “Autism” in the ears of the parents! The child’s behaviour must be understood in order to get exactly what he is trying to convey. Such behaviours in the long run can negatively affect the child. Hence,  understanding your child along with practising behaviour therapy can help them manage the behavioural issues. 

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So what exactly is ABA? 

A scientific method for analysing behaviour is called Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). A set of guiding principles known as ABA are concerned with how learning occurs as well as how behaviours change or are impacted by the environment.

To improve and teach new behaviours, ABA calls for the application of well-established learning principles, behavioural methods, and contextual changes.Positive reinforcement is used to teach new abilities and alter behaviours in autistic children using a variety of adaptable strategies and interventions. The entire family’s quality of life would increase if you chose ABA behavioural therapy for your child.

Benefits of BEHAVIOUR Therapy:

1. Beginning early :

Early on, before learnt actions become ingrained, it is simpler to mould a child’s behaviour. It is considerably more challenging to “unlearn” a behaviour once it has been taught or grasped (based on a child’s environment and experiences) and to replace it with another habit.Early start of ABA therapy for autistic children increases the likelihood that they will gain critical developmental abilities like social, language, and communication skills at ease.

2. Need for improvement is understood:

It helps to understand the specific behavioural patterns of the child and eventually helps in creating targeted treatments specific with respect to the severity of the symptoms, to rectify and improvise those behaviours and replace them with the positive ones by providing rewards.  

3. Improves Skills for Independent Living:

Children with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) could require support and good guidance in learning basic and necessary life skills. This includes activities like brushing teeth, using the restroom, dressing well, sleeping through the night, and other self-care and self-grooming activities. As a result, the child becomes more independent and better able to follow directions.

4. Encourages improved parenting:

Parenting a child with ASD is highly challenging as it demands a deeper and complete understanding of the child’s behaviour and interests.The therapist creates a structured treatment plan that takes into account the particular requirements and developmental objectives of your kid. Being a part of this approach and utilising the specially designed ABA-based techniques can be very powerful for you.

5. Enhances social competencies:

When educating a child how to connect with people, ABA works wonders. From exchanging smiles, to sharing food, playing in groups, requesting for something politely, etc, ABA therapy teaches the child to live life competently despite their limitations and keep up with high confidence all throughout.

Wondering how ABA works as wonders?

Individuals with autism present with very unique strengths and weakness areas that they need to work upon in preferences. Thus, they need to be worked upon depending on what their specific needs are. One need at a time! 

Let us look at some of the therapeutic activities that can be used as a part of the ABA therapy.

1. VISUAL SCHEDULING:

It has been established that many autistic kids learn best visually. This means that it can be useful to create a visual schedule outlining the steps of a work that helps in strongly building up cognitive skills. For eg:  Making a pictorial schedule of daily activities starting from waking up, brushing teeth, Nature’s call, taking shower, etc that will make the kids aware of what needs to be done and what comes next. This imparts in them a sense of priority for performing different tasks along the day.

2. Involving children in daily decisions:

Children enjoy taking part and getting their parent’s approval. When done jointly, even the most boring jobs may be enjoyable. Everyday, making the kids to visually learn about different types of food products and deciding upon what items can go into the recipes will allow the kid to make the best possible choices of what he can!

3. Emotion sorting games:

This particular activity is based upon the movie “Inside Out”.This is a wonderful activity to investigate if your child has trouble controlling their emotions. Figures from Inside Out offer a lot of chances to teach kids about rage, grief, fear, disgust, and delight.

4. Situational workouts:

This game aids in the development of critical thinking and problem-solving abilities. Providing the child with a different set of situations and giving options to choose to deal with the same,will let the child to “think out of the box”. It will train the child in tackling different situations with ease.

5. Counting and sorting games:

Most of the major disciplines start with the ability to sort. Learning language, arithmetic, and science requires the capacity to differentiate between the traits and qualities of objects and to categorise them into various groups. For eg: Asking to sort the dice with even and odd numbers printed on their surface.

Diligent practice of such therapeutic activities backed up with a proper schedule can:

  • Active responsive behaviour
  • Enhance the expressive language skills
  • Improvise the social interaction skills
  • Strengthen self-help and academic skills
  • Reduce the challenging behaviours
Is BEHAVIOUR THERAPY training possible at Home? Why not?

By using ABA techniques at home, you may help your kid retain what they have learned in the clinical setting and learn how to play a crucial role in their development. Additionally, it might hasten their development! Some families choose for a free ABA therapy at home method because ABA therapy and autism therapy in general can be costly. It doesn’t take a lot of talent to do Behaviour therapy. It involves dismantling a behaviour and rebuilding it using sturdy building bricks. You only need a little general education, some time, effort, and to be completely honest, a lot of patience. Carrying out a set of therapeutic activities as mentioned above, at home also makes a child feel more comfortable to workout in a familiar environment.

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Types of Therapies for Autism

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Many parents have come to us asking what Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is? What is Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) therapy? What is Occupational therapy? Can Autism be cured? Is it an effective treatment for children with autism? Or, what are the best treatment options available? And so on. If you also have such questions in mind, don’t worry. Continue reading to know the different treatments available for autism and the nutrition required.

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WHAT IS AUTISM?

Autism or Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects communication and behaviour. Although autism can be diagnosed at any age, it is said to be a “developmental disorder” because symptoms generally appear in the first two years of life. There are many causes for autism in kids and symptoms may vary from child to child. In some kids the symptoms are very mild while in certain cases severe symptoms are high.

Also check, Early signs of autism in kids

DIFFERENT TREATMENTS AVAILABLE FOR AUTISM

As soon as your kid is diagnosed with autism, act immediately. The greatest outcomes for your child depend heavily on early identification of ASD and timely, appropriate therapy. Some of the major treatments include: 

1. ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis): 

ABA is frequently used in clinics and educational settings to teach your child appropriate behaviours and lessen inappropriate ones. This method can be applied to enhance a range of abilities, and there are various types for different contexts, such as:

Types of ABASignificance
DTT: Discrete trial traininguse easy explanations and encouraging reinforcement.
EIBI: Early intensive behavioural interventionis ideal for kids under the age of five.
VBI: Verbal behaviour interventionemphasises language ability.
PRT: Pivotal response traininghelps to improve drive for communication and learning
Different types of ABA with significance

ABA can support your child’s social growth, teach them practical life skills, and reroute potentially dangerous behaviours like self-injury. ABA also imparts useful skills and applies it to new circumstances.

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2. TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication-handicapped Children):

To assist your kid in learning practical skills like dressing themselves, this therapy makes use of visual means like picture cards. To make it easier for them to learn, information is divided up into manageable steps.

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3. DIR (Developmental, Individual Differences, Relationship-Based Approach): 

Floortime is the more popular name for this type of therapy. That’s because you both get down on the ground and play and engage in their favourite activities. By assisting children in developing communication and emotional literacy skills, it aims to boost both their emotional and intellectual development.

Also check, Autism and eye contact

4. OT (Occupational therapy):

This type of treatment helps children learn life skills such as eating and dressing themselves, bathing, and understanding how to interact with others. The skills they learn are helpful to them live as independently as possible.

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5. Speech Therapy:

Speech therapy is a crucial therapeutic choice for ASD patients since they struggle with social communication. It improves an individual’s communication abilities with a certified speech-language pathologist, enabling them to express their needs and wishes more clearly. 

When speech-language pathologists collaborate with teachers, support staff, families, and the child’s classmates to encourage functional communication in natural contexts, speech treatment for people with ASD is frequently most effective.

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6. PECS (The Picture Exchange Communication System):

Another visual approach, except in this case uses symbols in place of picture cards. Your youngster learns to ask many questions and express themselves using particular symbols.

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7. Sensory Integration therapy: 

This therapy can assist your kid in learning how to cope with sensory input by distraction causing things like bright lights, specific sounds, or the touch sensation .

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8. PT (Physical Therapy): 

Physical therapy increases a person’s capacity to engage in daily activities, much as occupational therapy. It improves gross motor skills and sensory integration problems, particularly those involving the patient’s capacity to feel and be aware of his body in space.

PT aims to teach and enhance abilities like sitting, walking, coordination, and balance. It is most successful by including physical therapy along with occupational therapy in an early intervention programme.

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HOW EFFECTIVE ARE TREATMENTS?

In some situations, treatment can significantly minimise symptoms and assist autistic individuals with daily activities. According to research, early diagnosis and therapies, such as those given during preschool or earlier, are more likely to significantly improve symptoms and subsequent skills.

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HOW LONG SHOULD YOU Continue the therapies?

The entire course of treatment frequently lasts one to three years. Depending on your child’s age and the severity of their autism diagnosis, a recommended period of time will vary. Early diagnosis and treatment is very essential.

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DIET FOR AUTISM

Proper nutrition is crucial for improved brain function in addition to autism treatment. By consuming foods high in vitamins B6, C, D, magnesium, and other nutrients, the dietary needs of kids with autism spectrum disorder are met and decrease the associated complications.

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HOW DOES BRAIN BOOSTER SPREAD HELP IN AUTISM?

Iyurved’s Brain booster chocolate spread is a preservative-free health food product which is made with 100% natural ingredients. Brain booster food is formulated with ingredients such as Nuts, Seeds, Ayurvedic herbs and Antioxidants which are proven to boost brain functioning, cognitive development and many more.

The Ayurvedic herbs in Brain Booster such as Brahmi, Shankhpushpi, and Ashwagandha have been shown to enhance not only memory but also grasping power, cognition, and speech. They also help to manage behavioural issues and mood.

The Brain Booster also helps in naturally providing Omega-3, Healthy fats and Protein through nuts and seeds to the child. You will first notice the benefits of concentration. Once higher concentration is formed, there will be an improvement in eye contact and attempt-to-speech will begin within 2-3 months of regular use. Therefore, continued use of brain booster helps with signs of autism such as delayed development, attention, concentration, memory, and eye contact.

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Common Behavioural Disorders in Kids

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Is your kid always adamant and throws tantrums? Is he/she being very rude or aggressive to you or other family members? It is very common for most kids to throw temper tantrums or act impulsively or defiantly. These are frequently typical phases of childhood development. But when the behaviour is consistent, prolonged, or out of place for the child’s age and stage of development, it could be a symptom of behavioural disorders. Continue reading to know more about behaviour disorders, their signs & symptoms, causes and types.

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WHAT IS Behaviour disorderS?

Children with behaviour disorders typically exhibit a pattern of persistently disruptive behaviour that causes issues at home, school, and in social settings. Behavioural disorders range from persistent impulsivity, inattention, and hyperactivity. Children under the age of five are not frequently diagnosed with major behavioural disorders, but they can display indicators. Children’s behavioural issues might occasionally be an indicator of neurological conditions like autism. The wide spectrum of autism poses cognitive, behavioural, and social difficulties for kids.

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Causes:

The following are some possible causes of behaviour disorders in kids:

  • Gender: Behavioural disorders are far more common in boys than in girls.
  • Gestation and birth: Difficult pregnancies, early birth, and low birth contribute to behaviour issues in kids. Parents who smoke or have a habit of substance abuse or any other addictions can lead to kids being exposed to these toxins which will manifest as behaviour disorders when they grow up.
  • Temperament: Early-on temperamental, aggressive, or difficult-to-control children are more prone to behavioural disorders. (Parents guide for the anger management in kids)
  • Family life: Kids in dysfunctional homes and in families facing domestic violence, poverty, poor parenting skills or substance abuse are at higher risk of behavioural disorders.
  • Learning difficulties: Reading and writing difficulties are frequently linked to behavioural disorders. (Learning disability in kids)
  • Intellectual disabilities: Children with intellectual disabilities are twice as likely to have behavioural disorders.
  • Trauma: Stress that is severe or ongoing can cause psychological trauma, a complicated emotional and physical reaction. Early trauma exposure can affect a child’s development.
  • Brain development: There is evidence that suggests alterations in neurotransmitter levels, brain development, and brain anatomy may affect behavioural disorders. For instance, in children with ADHD, the brain’s attention-controlling regions are less active. Aggression may also be influenced by low serotonin and excessive sensitivity to the stress hormone cortisol.

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Types of Behavioural disorders:

1. ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder):

ADHD is the most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder. Children with this condition have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive actions, and regulating their restless feelings. ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) symptoms typically appear between the ages of 3 and 6. This is the most prevalent type of behavioural disorder and is thought to affect two to five percent of children. Because ADHD affects the sexes differently, it is less frequently diagnosed in girls.

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Types OF ADHD:
  1. Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive
  2. Predominantly inattentive
  3. Combined hyperactive-impulsive and inattentive 

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Symptoms:
  • Trouble in staying focused on a task
  • Often makes careless mistakes
  • Easily distracted
  • Difficulty in following instructions
  • Frequently avoid tasks that require a long time
  • Can’t remain still
  • Disorganized
  • Inability to control oneself or be impulsive
  • Excessive and uncontrolled movements
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Short attention spans and a lack of focus

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2. ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder):

Defiance and disobedience towards authority people are characteristics of oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). Disruptive behaviour disorder, or ODD, can result in serious issues at home and in the classroom. When a child is a toddler or adolescent, oppositional conduct is a common developmental stage. However, when compared to other people of the same age, that conduct becomes hostile, frequent, and excessive, it may signify ODD. It can typically begin as early as 8 years or even up to 12 years in some kids. 

Symptoms:
  • Frequently irritated
  • Arguing back with the adult or refusing to do what they ask
  • Intentionally causing annoyance to others
  • Being bitter and resentful
  • Accusing others of wrongdoing
3. Conduct Disorder (CD):

Conduct disorder is diagnosed in older adolescents or teenagers who repeatedly violate rules or exhibit irresponsible behaviour. Frequent violations of social norms or other people’s rights are a defining characteristic of CD. It is estimated that 5% of 10-year-olds have CD, with boys outnumbering girls four to one. Children with CD and ADHD together make up one-third of the population. In the general population, 6- 16% of boys and 2- 9% of girls are at risk for CD. Many people with CD find it challenging to understand other people’s behaviour. In addition to having trouble empathising, people with CD may also struggle with other mental health issues like anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder, which have an impact on their way of thinking and acting.  

Symptoms
  • Persistent disobedience toward parents or other people of authority
  • Running away from home
  • Lack of empathy for others
  • Damaging other’s property
  • Being hostile to people and animals
  • Engaging in cruel behaviour, such as bullying and physical or sexual abuse
  • Willingness to initiate violent conflict
  • Physical aggression towards animals and people 

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If you think your child may have a behaviour disorder, it’s necessary to have them examined by a licenced mental health expert because many disorders can get worse over time without treatment.

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What parents say about Brain Booster chocolate spread?

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Iyurved’s Brain booster chocolate spread is a preservative-free health food product which is made with 100% natural ingredients. Brain booster food is formulated with ingredients such as Nuts, Seeds, Ayurvedic herbs and Antioxidants which are proven to boost brain functioning, cognitive development and many more.

Brain Booster Chocolate Spread

What’s unique about its ingredients that work?

It is a healthy brain booster food made up of ingredients such as Nuts, Seeds, Ayurvedic herbs like Brahmi, Shankhpushpi, Ashwagandha which can strengthen the left side of the brain which has a language development section. The brain booster food also helps in naturally providing omega-3, healthy fats and protein to the child. You will first notice the benefits of concentration. Once higher concentration is formed, there will be an improvement in eye contact and attempt-to-speech will begin within 2-3 months of regular use.

WHO CAN HAVE IT?

Brain is constantly developing and performing at a very fast speed. Hence, it needs the required nutrition every day to function properly. Feeding the brain booster to the child every day will help in improved focus, language, learning, memory and also reduces anxiety.

This provides Daily Nutrition for kids & teens to help support Brain development (Memory, Focus & Mood), especially for kids who typically:

  1. Are unable to focus and feel distracted
  2. Have to develop brain’s full potential for learning
  3. Are restless and unusually active
  4. Feel emotionally low and dull
  5. Have Speech Delay, Autism, Dyslexia, Stammering, Lack of eye contact

WHEN CAN YOU SEE THE RESULTS?

Brain booster spread is not a medicine. It’s a food product made with proven ingredients for Brain Development. Parents have noticed positive changes in their kids after regular use of 1-2 or more months.

LET’S HEAR FEEDBACKS FROM PARENTS:

1. Speech delay and clarity

Brain Booster is food supplement not a medicine!!

My 4-year-old son was not speaking at all. I was taking him to speech therapy but unfortunately, couldn’t continue as it was far from my place. Later I tried the Iyurved Brain Booster, and after only one use, I could notice him speaking words clearly and concentration also improved.

 
2. FOR AUTISM AND SPEECH DELAY

Brain Booster is like Sanjeevani to my child.

My 5.4-year-old son Shushruth had a speech delay. It was shocking to me when I came across this product on Facebook and noticed the excellent reviews. I got the product and used it after making sure the reviews were authentic. His speech, concentration, and attention all improved significantly after using it for 2 months. 

 3. For Speech delay

Brain Booster is now on our Monthly Shopping List!!

I came across the Brain booster spread through Instagram and tried it for my 5-year-old son Kabir, as an alternative to commercial chocolate spread. At the end of the first jar, I could see his attention span increased, and he could sit for a bit longer and started speaking more words than before.

4. For Autism

It was indeed a blessing for me to hear my son call me ‘Mumma” for the first time.

My son, Palvit, was diagnosed with autism when he was 3 years old. He had a speech delay. I took him to about 15+ speech therapy sessions but no improvement. But when I give this product, I can see benefits on the same day. He can speak some words now, follows commands, and stays calm.

5. For AUTISM AND SPEECH DELAY

Acceptance is the Key!!

I sobbed when my 6 year-old-son Lakshya was diagnosed that my son Lakshya has with Autism. Acceptance is the key, thus I tried homoeopathy as well as various other therapies. I also tried Brain Booster and noticed improvements in speech, focus and attention span.

6. For Speech clarity and for sentence formation

Happy to see my son speaking in complete sentences.

My elder son, who is 5 years old, was not talking in complete sentences before. After giving this Brain Booster chocolate spread, he can now speak longer sentences clearly without a break and his concentration, memory also improved.

7. FOR IMPROVING FOCUS AND WRITING SKILLS

Brain booster has improved my girl’s writing skills and focus

“Lishika was a preterm baby. She was a bit behind in learning and started walking late. I gave her this brain booster spread, trusting in Ayurveda. Her abilities to sit and write got improved. Her eating and sleeping habits, and concentration also improved. She has calmed down a bit.”

8. FOR speech AND EYE CONTACT

Brain booster improved my child’s speech and eye contact 

My younger 5 years old child could not use complete phrases and spoke few words. He can now sit for longer periods of time, speak and answer in complete sentences, and his eye contact has improved since I started using Iyurved’s Brain Booster.

9. For speech and sentence formation

My daughter started speaking words and broken sentences

My 6-year-old daughter could only pronounce a few words, and could not speak. After using Brain Booster, she started speaking words and broken sentences and her speech is getting much better.

10. FOR IMPROVING LEARNING ABILITY

I cannot express how happy I am, after seeing the magical improvement in my child

My 7-year-old girl was a bit behind in her studies. She couldn’t focus and was not expressive in learning. Now her attention, focus and memory improved. Academic performance has gone up.

Products:

It’s no SECRET that following an Ayurvedic lifestyle has numerous advantages. This unique collection of Ayurvedic spreads is an easy solution to feed daily nutrition for Immunity, Eye, Brain development, Bone strength and overall growth to kids without any fuss. To know more about kid’s ayurvedic foods –SHOP HERE.

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For Speech Delay, Autism, Concentration, Focus, Memory & Eye contact, give Kids & Teens Brain Booster Chocolate/ Savoury Spread | 0% preservatives | 0% refined sugar | 0% palm oil | Fortified with SHANKHAPUSHPI, ASHWAGANDHA, BRAHMI | Contains OMEGA 3, PROTEIN | ORDER |


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