Mild Autism Responds to Short-Term Equiscope Help

Mild Autism Responds to Short-Term Equiscope Help
March 22, 2023

No child with mild autism needs to “be changed” – that’s a given. Everyone is unique and valuable. But if we can help them live more comfortably in a neurotypical world, who wouldn’t want to?

That’s what an Electro-Equiscope technician found when they worked with a lad on the autism spectrum. So let’s backtrack a moment…

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex neurodevelopmental condition that affects communication, social interaction, and behavior.

In a different world this might be unimportant. But non-neurotypical people often encounter difficulties while navigating a mostly neurotypical world.

This was the case with a 7-year-old boy with mild autism. He experienced social, behavioral, and attention challenges in his daily life.

Mild autism is a term used to describe individuals on the autism spectrum who have relatively mild symptoms compared to those with severe autism, where it might include more rigidity and defiance, sensory processing issues, and repetitive behavior.

However, in mild autism, the child can become dysregulated by the challenges they face.

And, as we know, dysregulation in our energy systems affects our emotional and mental states. This, in turn, can affect our physical health and wellbeing.

So – without wanting to change a child’s unique personality, how can Equiscope therapy help alleviate some of those symptoms of mild autism?

Pullquote from the text about how Equiscope therapy worksEquiscope Therapy and the Symptoms of Mild Autism

Equiscope therapy works by delivering intelligent pico/microcurrents to specific areas of the body where the bioenergy in the cells is dysregulated.

This can help

  • restore balance to the body’s energy systems,
  • promote good cellular function, and
  • help alleviate various symptoms associated with a variety of conditions, including mild autism.

Our young patient received the research-based ADHD/Autism Protocol, modified to finish all 36 sessions in seven weeks.

The protocol included using a headband three to five times a week and systemic (bilateral, spinal) stimulation one to two times a week.

He experienced mild detox symptoms for two or three weeks. It seems the microcurrent detox helped alleviate some of his symptoms and led to immediate improvements in social awareness, ability to follow directions, and better communicating of his needs.

And over the course of three-and-a-half years, he continuously

  • improved academically,
  • became more sociable and less defiant,
  • developed his sense of humor, and
  • became more confident.

The Strong Bond Between Body and Mind

Mild detoxification symptoms during Equiscope therapy can indicate your body is beginning to release stored toxins. Releasing toxins is a foundation to unlocking correct cellular function in your whole body, which

  • creates a healthier internal environment,
  • supports your body’s natural healing processes,
  • calms an overactive nervous system,
  • improves communication between the brain and body, and
  • contributes to your overall sense of wellbeing.

Whatever exactly happened in this boy’s sessions, the technician was delighted to have helped him cope better as a boy with mild autism in the neurotypical world he has to negotiate. His unique non-neurotypical personality is developing beautifully!

Interested to Learn More About Equiscope Therapy?

Intellbio is the sole global provider of the Electro-Equiscope. If you want to know more about how it can help you live a healthier life, contact us today! Let’s talk.

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