My nephew is 7 years old. He is declared autistic by NIMHANS, Bangalore. Is there any cure for autism in Sri Ramdev Baba's Patanjali Yogpeeth?  this question feed

gowinpande, 6 December 2009 7:34

My nephew is 7 years old. Upto 2 yrs. of his age he was learning to talk normaly but after that he lost speech gradually. Looking at this abnormality, we took him to NIMHANS, Bangalore last year where he was declared autistic after several tests. We would like to know if there is any possible cure available at Patanjali Yogpeeth. If yes, then, we would like to personally bring him to Patanjali Yogpeeth for the treatment. Pl. guide us as how do we proceed in this regard?

Tags: Adhd, Autism, Patanjali autism, Ramdev

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Please let me know your blood sugar levels and HbA1c to guide you further. It is necessary to know the duration you have been having diabetes and the medications you are taking to understand better. Ayurvedic medicines can be used in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes to control the blood sugar level. It is very important to control the blood sugar levels to avoid complications.

Ayurvedic medicines like Diabohills tablets for Diabetes and Karela churna for lowering blood sugar can be taken for a month and then reviewed.

Include cinnamon, ginger, legumes, garlic, bitter gourd, fenu greek, jamun seeds, avocados and chickpeas. Reduce excess refined flour, meat, oil, sugar and salt. Yogasanas like utkadasana, paschimottasana, trikonasana, matsyasana, dhanurasana and pavanamuktasana will be beneficial.

posted by Dr.Ramani on 25 February 2016

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posted by swati.aga89 on 15 June 2016

Hello sir

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posted by dasgupta_a2002 on 18 June 2013

Hello gowinpandeji, I have a son too with autism. We live in US. There's no medical treatment yet. However behavior therapies help these kids to live in society. Teach him basic living skills to start with. Then gradually get him interested to join and participate in play. You can just play with him...like throw and catch ball, or simply read a story to him. He may look disinterested but eventually he'll join. It takes lots of patience and love to bring up such a child. Never scold him as this would make him lose his confidence. Always praise him in whatever commands he is able to follow. Make him participate in simple home activities like laying the dinner table or watering plants, or arranging clothes in the cupboard. You may have to hold him and help him. Don't let him go away without completing the work. You can say "First let's finish this, then we can do what you like". This is called setting limits to ones negative behaviour. I would suggest, you find an ABA therapist in your area who can come for a couple of hours to do some behavioral therapy with he child. Other than this give him good protein diet. It'll be better if you can avoid give him milk and wheat products. This kind of diet is called GFCF diet (Gluten free casein free diet). Such a diet increase eye contact and improves focus. Also ayurvedic medicines are proven to help in the long run (For example Baba ramdev's Divya Medha vati) or you can also contact Dr. Pankaj Naram who practices in Mumbai and is familiar with Autism. I wish your child all the best in his life. With love, patience and hard work he'll surely get well.

Regards, Mita

posted by mmqa on 18 November 2010

Whether ADHD is a kind of Autism or something else? I want to know the ayurvedic medicines for autism.

posted by Guest on 26 December 2009

pranam Babaji,

My son is 8 yrs old and have ADHD with some kind of learning and communication disability.Presently I am giving him 3 tables of Divya Medha vati and Ashvagandharist 2 times with the meal from 3-4 months Please advice me Am I doing the right treatment if so How long I have to continue and If not please tell me the right type of ayurvedic medicines.

thanks a lot.

posted by premabist on 23 December 2009

I am interested to know the basic care we should take to bring improvement in such cases. Thanks for your caring reply though.

posted by gowinpande on 20 December 2009

Autism or autism syndrome has strong genetic base and is a developmental disorder of brain. Its origin and cause has not so far clearly studied and the treatment available for autism is based on to improve the quality of life of the patient.

Regards

posted by Dr.Ravinder on 12 December 2009

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