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ADHD & Autism - 23rd February

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Title: ADHD & Autism Webinar
Presenter: Antony Haynes BA (Hons) RNT mBANT
Date: Wednesday 23rd February 2022
Time: 12pm – 1pm GMT (1 hour presentation plus 30 minute live Q&A at the end)
Price: £20 + VAT (50% credited back after live attendance)

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ADHD & Autism Webinar

Over the past few decades there has been a marked increase in the incidence of autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) and ADHD that is beyond the explanation of more comprehensive diagnostic attention. There are numerous biochemical imbalances proposed as relevant to these complex neurological cognitive disorders. This webinar will focus on the epigenetic influences on ADHD and ASD and explore and review a number of these. Antony will report on how nutritional intervention has been found to attenuate the signs and symptoms of ADHD and ASD, as well as addressing the potential underlying causes.

  1. Learn about the increasing incidence of ASD and ADHD.
  2. Learn about the mitochondrial dysfunction identified in ASD
  3. Learn about the relevance of the microbiome on ASD and ADHD
  4. Learn about the possible connection of toxins and ASD and ADHD
  5. Learn about the presence of increased oxidative stress & inflammation in those with ASD & ADHD
  6. Learn about the immune anomalies, including humoral and cellular immunity, in ASD
  7. Learn about neurotransmitter imbalances in ASD & ADHD
  8. Learn about key nutrients and natural remedies for ASD & ADHD
  9. Learn about the importance of fatty acids in ADHD
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