Homeopathy for Behavioural and Emotional Issues in Asperger’s Syndrome – © Dr. Sonal Hattangdi-Haridas 2006

Homoeopathic Treatment of Young Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome

It is very often seen that children with Asperger’s Syndrome, between the ages of 9- 11 begin to have problems at school at the social, emotional and discipline level. This behaviour may persist at home. What appears to be behavioural problems are basically due the child’s deficit in social skills, lack of under standing of social cues, difficulty in abstract thought at the academic level and a subtle realization of the fact that they are different from their peers. Inappropriate methods to compensate and ‘fit-in’ through innocent yet naive Asperger’s thinking adds to the situation. Some teenagers with Asperger’s syndrome develop clear signs of anxiety. Panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorder, social avoidance,school aversion, depression or aggression that may lead to expulsion from school. Constitutional Homoeopathic Treatment at this stage has shown wonderful results. As the child becomes calmer more relaxed and less anxious. He learns to handle life better. As awareness of the environment improves the child is able to understand the situation better frustration reduces . He/She can handle stress without the need for ‘Acting -out’ as much as before. As concentration improves academics become easier. Reduced dependency on routine, as an obsession, is clearly seen. Communication also improves. Overall this results in improved self-esteem which is a strong backbone for any individual.

To read more about Behavioural and Emotional issues in Asperger’s, Homeopathic treatment, Case studies and please go the ‘Asperger’s’ Category on the right panel of the page or search the term on the site.

For more information and queries please email me at sonal@imi.com.hk with the subject line Asperger’s Syndrome-Sonalh website.
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Categories: Asperger's, Behaviour issues (+ Obsessive Compulsive Behaviour, Oppositional Defiant Behaviour, Anger)

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