Did you know that there are almost 120,000 published papers studying Magnesium in Pubmed, and 150 of them just study Magnesium supporting hyperactivity.
Over 300 study the effects of Magnesium and sleep and over 2000 publications study Magnesium and depression and it goes on. In fact last I looked, you could type in Magnesium and ANYTHING and you’d find a study for it.
But should you do Magnesium Glycinate or Magnesium Sulfate or Magnesium Citrate
Today’s guest Laura Collinwood, Registered Nurse and Holistic Health Coach, talks to us about the importance and all-pervasiveness of Magnesium – the different types and when and why they are important.
Magnesium can be a phenomenal support for Autistic people in that it supports anxiety, hyperactivity, constipation and sleep – symptoms that often co-exist.
To know exactly what forms to use and where (a sort of bullet-point summary of this podcast) get your Magnesium Toolkit here:
I am chatting with experienced Special Educator Ange Anderson. And this is a unique episode in that it ended up being a pretty exhaustive list of various sound therapies that Ange has used over the years and has found to be impactful in improving her students’ regulation.
Among other things we talk about:
Auditory Integration Therapy, etc.
I often talk about 6 things you can do to start impacting learning right away – and these are in my free ebook – www.functionalnutritionforkids.com/learning. To this, I would add Auditory Integration Therapy as a 7th.
What’s common between Salads, cold milk, and lack of sleep? Nidhi Pandya, an Ayurvedic Practitioner explains that every one of these can lead to increased Vata which is a common core of most neurological issues.
Join me as I discuss how and why thousand-year-old Ayurvedic frameworks are still relevant today in treating diseases and dysfunction, that may never have been discussed in ancient times.
Why Ayurvedic principles still work today
Gut Health per Ayurvedic dosha type
Why today’s kids are a Vata generation
8 steps for an Ayurvedic lifestyle that can help kids with Autism, ADHD or neurological issues.
“When we have trauma patterns in our nervous system, the only possible outcome are behaviors that come from a trauma place.”
Today’s episode is all about TRAUMA and the NERVOUS SYSTEM. Until this episode, I freely admit that I might have had a misunderstanding of trauma as an event, as opposed to an experience. Dr. Aimie calls it anything that leaves a lasting effect on the body.
Whether you have experienced Trauma, or care for someone who may have experienced Trauma, I hope this episode steers toward an understanding of Trauma and How to Unravel it.
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