NON DAIRY CALCIUM Part 1 By Sneha Narayan

Topics covered in this article

  • 1.Adulterated milk introduction!
  • 2.How dairy impacts health ?
  • 3.what is calcium ?
  • 4.Need of calcium ?

  • 5.Where to get Non dairy calcium from?
  • 6.What Happens If There Is Too Less Calcium?
  • 7.why Vitamin D is important in calcium absorption.
  • 8.How much calcium can your body absorb at a time?
  • 9.How do you determine the levels of calcium in your body?

The first thing most people think of when they hear calcium is “MILK” But
The typical reaction when someone is told to eliminate something from their diet — something they love — is often disappointment and denial. Our food habits are so engrained that reforming those habits can be challenging, but the way we handle these challenge is what helps us develop in life and our health.

Myth about calcium and bone strengths.

Calcium is an essential nutrient that should be a part of every healthy diet, but many people grew up hearing that the best way to consume it is by drinking milk or eating dairy products. Now we know this may not be the best idea.

Introduction on Adulteration of Milk.

If you are not getting pure A2 milk (which does not seems possible after giving Rs110 /litre still milk was adulterated).

suggested you should read below topic and think.

Milk adulteration is a serious problem in India. There are reports which suggest that 68 per cent of milk in India is adulterated with products like glucose, caustic soda, white paints, oil or even detergents. Chemicals like hydrogen peroxide, boric acid and antibiotics, that help increase mill’s shelf life, are harmful for human health. A recent report by the Consumer Guidance Society of India (CGSI) in Maharashtra said that 78 per cent of the milk samples tested were below FSSAI standards.

So Personally

what We suggest is green juices and smoothies are my numero uno recommendation, but second is always…dumping dairy.

That’s right, go dairy-free if not getting pure A2 milk .For A2 milk refer my previous article on milk.

You’re gonna learn a lot about dairy in a minute, but here are a few of the main reasons we removed it from our diet.

The biggest advantage was Dhruva struggling with Autism and its side-effects due to this Adulterated milk.

The moment milk was out of his diet most of the Symptoms of Autism Subsided..My son had 2 Root canals due to this Adulterated milk.

(Adulterated)Dairy is high in saturated fat (which can lead to stroke and heart attacks), it’s highly inflammatory (the root cause of many chronic diseases), and the growth hormones in dairy (ex. IGF1) can stimulate malignant cell growth and proliferation Cancer too.

FROM my personal experience with around hundreds of kids now in my group “AUTISM CURE POSSIBLE” and our health too saying “adieu to dairy”can totally transform your health. So even if you’re not keen on ditching your milkshakes and brie today, I invite you to learn a little more about these non dairy Calcium rich food. Even lessening the amount of dairy you consume can make a REAL DIFFERENCE in how you feel.

Dairy ,If your child is lactose intolerant or allergic to the proteins found in dairy, you may see changes in her mood and behaviour. Many children become irritable, cranky, or aggressive. … Babies may exhibit colicky symptoms, whereas toddlers and older children may become inconsolable and irritable. Children with dairy allergies or intolerance also tend to suffer from frequent colds and ear infections.

some kids especially kids on SPECTRUM cannot consume dairy due to either allergies, sensitivities, or personal choice IRRITATION caused due to TOXINS in milk..

So, it becomes necessary that we replace it with other sources. What are the foods that are rich in calcium besides milk?

Why do some people not want to drink milk?

  • Some people do not like the smell of milk, so they avoid drinking it.
  • People with Lactose Intolerance will have problems with digesting milk. Their body will resist milk. This is a hereditary problem.
  • Those who follow vegan diet will not eat or consume anything that has its source in an animal.
  • Having doubts regarding the quality of milk they get, will make some people stay away from it..

Small comparison of lactose intorrence and lactose digestion.

How dairy impacts your health

A cow drinks cow’s milk when it’s a baby. A bunny drinks bunny’s milk when it’s a baby. Beyond a certain age, even they know that it’s freaky to suckle. And do you ever see them switch and swap? The only time milk is essential for good health is when we are babies, being breastfed by human mothers.

Human breast milk is nature’s perfect formula for human babies. It’s rich in good fats like DHA for brain development, but it’s relatively low in protein.

Cow’s milk contains more than three times as much protein as breast milk. That’s because baby cows need a lot more protein. They grow to between 1,500 and 2,000 pounds. Is that your desired weight?

While the protein in human milk is designed for human bodies, much of the protein in cow’s milk is difficult for humans to digest. In addition, the over-consumption of this protein can lead to serious health conditions.

One of the professor emeritus of nutritional biochemistry at Cornell University, found that the protein that consistently creates and promotes cancer is casein, which makes up about 87 percent of the protein in cow’s milk. According to Professor a diet that contains more than 10 percent protein (that’s about 50 grams of protein if you’re consuming 2,000 calories per day) can lead to the little “c.”

Forget spooky, life-threatening diseases, let’s talk about simpler pickles. Ever pass a kidney stone? If you have, then you know that it’s incredibly painful— feels like shooting an elephant through your pee hole!

How about ,Gut inflammation, an inflammation blow-out sale? Both of these not-so-happy afflictions have been linked to dairy consumption.

Allergies, eczema, asthma, arthritis, inflammation, and zits can all be linked to dairy. What about skim milk or non fat milk? They’re just as bad.

For me, cheese and curd was the hardest thing to give up, but once I did, my Migraine HEADACHES DISAPPEARED . I also started to FEEL SO RELAXED.

How about tummy pain, gas and bloating? Well, there may be a good reason for your belly’s aching. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, around 75 percent of the world’s adults can’t digest milk (they’re lactose-intolerant).

This article will provide a list of calcium-rich foods that come from non-dairy sources.

So now coming to question .

what IS CALCIUM EXACTLY !

What is calcium?

Calcium is a type of mineral. A Grown-up adult needs around 1000 to 1200mg of calcium a day. Though its needed quantity is much less, it is extremely important. Our body is not capable of manufacturing calcium on its own. So, we need to supplement it from external sources.

Why do we need calcium?

  • For growth of teeth and bones.
  • Proper functioning of nervous system
  • Improving muscle strength
  • Maintaining heart’s health
  • For proper functioning of various hormones in our body

Our body spends 99% of the calcium it gets to bones and teeth, a mere 1% is spent on other tasks.The body needs calcium which is stored in bones and teeth to carry out many functions. Besides giving us healthy bones and teeth, calcium help muscles move and helps nerves carry messages between the brain and other body parts. It also helps move blood through blood vessels.

CALCIUM is one of those minerals that always seem to concern us as a consumer, as an adult and as a parent. Why?

Calcium is a strong contributor to the strength and structure found in our bones and our teeth. Not only that, but it also helps maintain the heart’s rhythm, it ensures movement in our muscles and it assists transporting blood throughout our body.

Calcium plays a critical role in releasing hormones and enzymes that impact our body’s function which help prevent and control high blood pressure, reduce PMS symptoms and manage mineral levels found in our blood including magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. .

No wonder our parents kept insisting that we consume enough dairy as a source of calcium while growing up.

But, where will I get NON DAIRY CALCIUM?

This is probably the most frequently asked question when talking about going dairy-free. Good news!

Nature’s best calcium sources are dark leafy greens such as kale, collards, mustard greens, and turnip greens. The calcium in these foods is absorbed at double the rate of dairy calcium. About 30 percent of dairy calcium is absorbed whereas about 60 percent of calcium from dark leafy greens is absorbed. Other rich plant sources of calcium include beans, almonds, figs, and fortified non dairy milks such as unsweetened almond milk, oat milk, hemp milk, and rice milk.

Leafy Green Vegetables including Broccoli, bok choy, Chinese cabbage
Fish including sardines and canned fish (with bones)
Nuts and seeds including brazil nuts, almonds and tahini (sesame seed paste)
Calcium-fortified foods including breakfast cereals, fruit juices and bread Soy and tofu products if they are fortified with calcium. Look for at least 100mg calcium/100mL on the nutrient information panel.

Note: please prepare these milk at home itself..drink fresh prepared ones.Avoid tetra pack one’s.

When it comes to bone health, calcium isn’t the only factor. Overall diet and activity levels determine bone health and even calcium needs. Countries with the highest calcium intake have the most osteoporosis, so there’s obviously more to the bone-health story than calcium alone.

What Happens If There Is Too Less Calcium?

Calcium deficiency would trigger a multi-functional setback, given its critical role in the metabolism and maintenance of your body. Following are the symptoms of calcium deficiency or hypocalcaemia .

1.Numbness of fingertips and toes.
2.Muscle cramps
3.Convulsions
4.Lethargy
5.Poor appetite
6.Arrhythmia
7.Rickets (if coupled with vitamin D deficiency)
8.Random neuromuscular irritability.
9.Chronic renal failure
10.Pancreatitis
11.Cardiovascular disease.

To avoid such repercussions, it is best to have a balanced diet rich in calcium as well.

Why Vitamin D is responsible for calcium absorption ?

Here’s another helpful factoid, vitamin D—which is necessary for calcium absorption and is best obtained from 20 minutes of sunshine 3 times a week during summer months and fortified, nondairy foods or supplements during winter months—is now being considered the most important nutrient in bone health.

Kids need vitamin D to help the body absorb calcium. Without it, calcium can’t get where it needs to go to build strong bones.

Vitamin D isn’t in many foods that kids eat. Because of this, health care providers often recommend supplement

But it’s free of cost available from Sun then why to pay.

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Bottom line: A diet rich in plant foods easily meets calcium needs. Check out this handy infographic for even more info on your calcium needs and plant-based sources.

How much calcium can your body absorb at a time?

Your body can take up about 500 mg of calcium at a time. Although the daily requirement is approximately 1000-1200 mg, it is better to split the total into small doses of 500 mg across the day. This would ensure maximum absorption of calcium.

How do you determine the levels of calcium in your body?

Levels of calcium in your body can be determined by taking a simple blood test. It can help you diagnose calcium deficiency or calcium excess. The result indicates the amount of calcium circulating freely in the blood, but not that stored in bones.

The reference range for calcium in adults is 8.6 mg/dL to 10.2 mg/dL, and for children, it varies from lab to lab.

There are many foods that contain calcium, as well as many other wonderful vitamins and nutrients. Almonds and sesame seeds, which we give daily to DHRUVA are great sources of calcium.

So is collards, celery, avocados, onions, green beans, and asparagus. The lesser eaten prickly pear, okra, gooseberries and dandelion greens are also great sources of calcium.

Not only this calcium is great for our bones and helps to prevent osteoporosis, but it is also helpful in lowering high blood pressure.

Dairy, on the other hand, which most people think of as the needed source of calcium, actually causes mucus (which leads to respiratory problems) and is typically laden with hormones and pesticides from the cow feed.

Dairy is also acid-forming when metabolize and most dairy products are pasteurised to kill harmful bacteria but this process also kills the good vitamins, proteins, and enzymes. Research also leads dairy products with arthritis.

Choose better ways to get your calcium than through milk and dairy products. By eating lots of leafy greens and nuts you will also reap the many other benefits of these natural and delicious foods.

Beyond childhood, most people stop producing the enzyme lactase, which is needed to digest lactose (the sugar in milk). Yeah, your body thinks you should wean, too. I’ve never met someone who didn’t feel better once they removed dairy from their diet. Sorry folks, but all good things come to an end.

BEWARE !!!

Calcium supplements are synthetic formulations of calcium compounds. Most of these are safe for human consumption BUT IF ALL THE CALCIUM IS FROM NON DAIRY SOURCES THEN WHY TO RELY ON DAIRY SOURCES
If this article has given you all that you wanted to know about calcium-rich foods, share your feedback and suggestions in the section below.

Strengthen your bones, boost heart health, and stay fit with calcium!

Rest topics will try to cover in part 2 of the article.

  1. Can calcium be harmful?

  2. How to check contamination in milk at home
  3. how about other sources of milk like Goat ,Camel ,Sheep, RAW COW MILK..

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Water(Aquatic,Hydro) Therapy by Sneha Narayan

Autism spectrum disorders manifest in a number of ways, from problems with behavior and communication to developmental and cognitive disabiliities.
Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are increasing in prevalence. Children with ASDs present with impairments in social interactions; communication; restricted, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of behavior, interests, or activities; as well as motor delays. Hydrotherapy is used as a treatment for children with disabilities and motor delays.

For me also was struggling through all these\n in Dhruva 1.5 years back but meet a renowned Doctor (orthopedic MD) who has even treated Sachin Tendulkar..to discuss Dhruva’s Muscle tone problem..and he just advised 2 hrs WATER PLAY DAILY BY FAIL.

This therapy helped us a lot to develop bonding with him.

One common treatment for children with autism spectrum disorders is aquatic therapy or hydrotherapy and steam therapy.

In this therapy use water immersion to achieve therapeutic gains that may be too difficult for a child to attain through land-based physical therapies.
Hydrotherapy is a natural remedy for treating medical conditions using water. Hydrotherapy can come in the forms of steam, vapor, water, and ice and it has benefits for various ailments in adults. Did you know that Hydrotherapy can benefit children with ailments, too? It sure can! Hydrotherapy for children is more common than we think. What makes it better? Children love water, whether playing in a pool or even in the backyard with a garden hose.

For 2 months we have been following as advised by doctor and wonders happened his stability and balance has improved ..his sensory need got fulfilled and was more happy and calm..after water play.

Topics to be covered in today’s blog:

  • Autism and water therapy

  • Benefits of water therapy

  • Sensory Processing Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

  • Hydrostatic pressure

  • Vestibular Stimulation

  • Proprioceptive feedback

  • Physical Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

  • Social and Behavioral Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

  • Additional Information about Hydrotherapy for Children

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    Benefits of water therapy

Being submerged in water provides calming support, pressure, and buoyancy that helps kids on the autism spectrum develop their sensory processing skills, reach new physical milestones, and strengthen their social skills and self-regulation abilities.
It’s not necessary you require a swimming pool .you can even have a small plastic tub to carry water therapy.

Try taking the baby to beaches..it not only helps to bond child with parents but also improves social communication..

Interested in how hydrotherapy might be able to help a child in your life with autism? Keep reading to learn more.

Note: “Hydrotherapy” and “aquatic therapy” are used interchangeably in this blog post

A few ways aquatic therapy can help ease symptoms of ASD are:

  • Better Balance. Aquatic therapy helps strengthen muscles, which increases balance and develops better range of motion. It helps that water play is fun and individualized, even for kids on the spectrum.
  • Better Communication Skills. Being in the water doesn’t mean a lot of social interaction, but it can be a safe place to practice small interactions without the pressure to chat.
  • Help With Sensory Issues. Often, children with ASD struggle with sensory integration disorders. Water tends to have a calming effect, and some therapies include activities designed to help sensory issues.
  • Better Oral Motor Skills. Some kids with ASD struggle with certain motor skills, like sipping through a straw or blowing out candles on a cake. Because aquatic therapy includes activities like blowing bubbles in water or blowing a ball across the water, kids develop stronger oral motor skills.
  • Better Swimmers. Being in the water makes kids more comfortable when it’s time to learn to swim. Water is especially hazardous for children with ASD because many have difficulty communicating when they are in danger. Aquatic therapy gives autistic kids time to build a crucial skill.
  • Cognitive Learning

    Children improve range of motion, neurodevelopmental growth, and body awareness with hydrotherapy. Their attention span increases, along with impulse control, concentration and focus, along with the ability to follow directions.

  • Task Completion

Autistic children respond better with visual cues and tangible rewards than with verbal cues. These children who practice hydrotherapy also tend to be better visual learners.

  • Water Safety

During hydrotherapy, children have a better understanding of water safety, but still require a significant amount of supervision as they still lack verbal responses. kids become familiar with water, gain skills with swimming, and understand the safety hazards.

The swimming pool can be transformed into a sensory room with different treatment stations that have different treatment aims such as memory development, co-ordination development , proprioceptive and vestibular feedback. This is done using different props within the water. Each exercise and activity can include one or all of the senses such as visual, auditory, tactile etc as well as using memory, sequencing and other cognitive processes. Speech and language can be developed along side mathematics and the level can be graded according to the child’s ability. The water adds a new dimension to the senses, giving resistance where it is needed and helping with movement flow as required. It is a great way to incorporate strengthening exercises and promote general fitness for the children.

Sensory Processing Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

Most children with autism also experience a mild to severe sensory integration disorder, or the inability to effectively take in, organize, and respond to sensory input. In fact, sensory processing deficits are one of the main triggers behind the inappropriate, anti-social, or self-destructive behaviors that are often associated with autism spectrum disorder.

Occupational therapy seek to minimize these sensory issues through sensory modulations. Sensory therapies usually refers to activities, such as swinging, jumping, touching different textures, or trying new foods that stimulate the senses. It also refers to external supports, such as weighted blankets, pressure vests, and full-spectrum lightings, that help children with autism better cope with sensory deficits. It is necessary to help children with autism thrive.

Interestingly, aquatic therapy help with sensory modulation. In other words, aquatic therapy includes activities meant to help children with autism strengthen their sensory processing skills, while the water itself is a sensory modulation—and an ideally safe and supportive environment for trying new skills. Water, particularly warm water, provides children with autism with three kinds of sensory support:

Hydrostatic pressure

Children with autism are known to crave deep pressure. Water provides this through hydrostatic pressure, or the pressure that a liquid exerts when it’s at rest. Water exerts 30x more deep pressure stimulation on the body than air. More importantly, unlike pressure vests or weighted blankets, water completely surrounds and envelopes the child’s body, perfectly distributing an equal and consistent amount of pressure on all submerged parts of the body. The result is an especially calming environment that soothes children with autism, helps them organize other sensory inputs, and gives them more confidence to try new movements.

Vestibular stimulation

Some of the obsessive, repetitive behaviors that children with autism exhibit, such as rocking and twirling, are directly related to an underdeveloped vestibular system.

Children with autism usually engage in these activities because they are trying, by external measures, to develop a sense of balance. Unfortunately, these maladaptive modulations are also distracting and, too often, self-destructive. By contrast, moving around in water creates a controlled vestibular situation that is safe and more effective than other methods.

Proprioceptive feedback

Aquatic therapy for children with autism includes activities specifically designed to provide proprioceptive feedback. Proprioception, also known as your sixth sense, is your body’s ability to understand where it is in space—which is an ability that develops later in childhood, explaining why babies need to be held and why toddlers’ movements are erratic. For children with autism, this sense is usually underdeveloped, making them seem clumsy or strange in their movements. In water, the resistance children encounter when they move, the feel of water rushing past them, and the hydrostatic pressure when they are still all combine to give enhanced proprioceptive feedback and improve this sense.

After an aquatic therapy session,kids report better moods, better focusing abilities, and better sensory processing abilities. The enhanced sensory input that children with autism receive in water helps them develop body awareness, gain greater touch tolerance, and improve their ability to coordinate all of the different sensory inputs received from the environment and focus on the correct one.Those who don’t have swimming pool can use this tub easily available online.

Physical Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

In addition to all of the sensory processing benefits, aquatic therapy also helps children with autism develop physically. Of course, any type of exercise is beneficial, but moving in water works more muscles simultaneously than any other exercise! Water exercise not only strengthens all muscles, including the heart, it also improves coordination, range of motion, balance, and endurance—all skills that tend to be underdeveloped in children with autism.

More importantly, being in water makes the body more lighter and more buoyant, and reduces the fear of injury, making children with autism feel more confident trying new movements that they might never try on land. This confidence, in turn, gives them an increased sense of mastery and accomplishment, usually through the use of play-based, functional movements.

Finally, working in water can enhance core strength, reduce pain and stress on the joints and soft tissues, improve motor planning and fine motor skills, strengthen oral motor skills (such as blowing out candles or drinking through a straw), and increase breathing control.

Social and Behavioral Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

On top of all of the other benefits of aquatic therapy, being in the water is just plain fun. After a successful session, many occupational therapists report that children with autism are more talkative and social, better able to cooperate—and more interested in imaginative and group play.

The calming effects of being in water tend to last well past the initial session. Psychologically, hydrotherapy often results in better moods, better impulse control, improved self-esteem and body image, decreased anxiety, and a marked drop in problem behaviors.

There are secondary benefits to aquatic therapy, too. For kids, being in the water doesn’t feel like a chore or like a clinical doctor’s office — it’s fun.

It doesn’t matter how big or small a child is — the water accommodates all sizes. Some sensory issues make it difficult for kids on the spectrum to comfortably take part, but water helps. It eases anxiety and calms feelings of discomfort.

All kids have trouble with short attention spans, but this is particularly true of autistic children. Being in the water tends to help them stay focused.

Aquatic Therapy Can Improve Social Behaviors

More than anything else, many children with autism spectrum disorders struggle to socialize. Since aquatic therapies are inherently social in nature (they occur between a therapist and one or more patients), they can offer children with autism an effectively structured way to form social bonds and learn interpersonal skills that can be transferred to other areas of life.

In addition, aerobic exercise like swimming has been shown to reduce negative behaviors common in children with autism, such as rocking, spinning, head-nodding, hand flapping, object-tapping, and light gazing. These kinds of behaviors can be a hindrance to normal socialization, and their reduction may make social connections with peers and other individuals easier. Analyses of studies published in major journals corroborate these claims.

Hydrotherapy Can Help with Sensory Processing Disorders

Autism often coincides with sensory processing disorders, making children suffer from frequent “sensory overload.” The hydrostatic pressure in water has been show to help children with sensory processing disorders or vestibular issues by providing a gentle, soothing physical environment.

Additional Information about Hydrotherapy for Children

While hydrotherapy works for adults and children alike, certain measures are taken into consideration for children for a successful therapy session. Children require a lower water temperature for hydrotherapy to avoid scalding and burns. The safe water temp for hydrotherapy in children is 90 to 94 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, hydrotherapy times are different from adults due to size and age. Children are in the water for 10 minutes times their age. For example, a five year old will use hydrotherapy for 50 minutes for a successful session.

See Improved Outcomes With Aquatic Therapy

Behavioral therapy is much easier after time in the water, which helps calm a busy body and mind. Exercise itself is a form of therapy, and when done it water, it’s not work.

Because dietary changes are sometimes met with opposition, it’s easier to tackle these when children are hungry — and water exercise is great for increasing appetites.

Aquatic therapy can help with the side effects of certain drugs. The exercise helps your child process medications and will often work against effects like drowsiness or weight gain. Because the exercise involves water play, children are happy to join.

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There are three key factors in hydrotherapy, and they are heat, buoyancy, and massage. The heat of the water helps relax the child before therapy begins. The buoyancy of the water reduces body weight, allowing less pressure on the body during movements and exercises. The massaging feature is created by a mixture of water and air through water jets. The water jets help relax muscles, massage the body, and allow ease of sensory processing in children.

With all the benefits of hydrotherapy for autistic children, therapy is most easily done at home. get a normal tub that will hardly cost 2000 to 400 bucks and start at home itself. This is one style of a hot tub that is easy to install, eco-friendly, and budget-friendly, too.

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as its rainy season pack u bags and go out in nature with kids give them as much exposure as u can do not give any excuse to yourself ..kids love water just go out in nature and let them too enjoy and calm themselves..Pune and around are full of water falls and lush green atmosphere take them out..you can take them to beaches..just get up and go..sharing some pics of our adventurous tours with Dhruva..try to keep them close with water..it work wonders…a family outing with our kids improves bonding and reduces the stress we go through our day to day life.

Helping your child manage and reduce their symptoms is the best bet for combating the challenges of ASD. Regardless of which therapy works best for your child, aquatic therapy can give your child something to look forward to while improving autism symptoms.

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Water is stimulating and exciting and most children love the difference of doing their therapy activities in the water. Activities can be adapted to suit many children in a fun and stimulating way. The water can also be used as a calming tool with relaxing music, a warmer temperature and attention to lighting.

Occupational therapy is based on purposeful and meaningful activity in which the person concerned actively engages in their treatment. Purposeful and meaningful activity for children is play. Children learn through play and play is used in THERAPY. Water play, therefore, is becoming increasingly popular for sensory integration, developmental co-ordination disorder, attention deficits, hyper active children and many other condition…

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