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POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF TITANIUM SALT INFUSED PATCHES REMEDIATION OF AUTISM AND ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDERS /
MOGUĆI MEHANIZMI LEČENJA AUTIZMA I POREMEĆAJA NEDOSTATKA PAŽNJE UPOTREBOM NALEPNICA IMPREGNIRANIH TITANIJUMSKOM SOLJU

Authors

 

Irena Ćosić1,2, Draško Ćosić1, Biljana Uzelac3 and Srbislav Brašovan4

1 AMALNA Consulting, Black Rock, Vic 3193, Australia
2 RMIT University, Melbourne, Vic 3000, Australia
3 Green Pediatrics Integrative Clinic and Educational Center, St John, IN 46373, USA
4 Holistic Health Realities LLC, Crown Point, IN 46307, USA

 

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The paper recieved / Rad primljen: 23.03.2018.

Accepted / Rad prihvaćen: 07.04.2018.

 


Correspondence to:


Irena Ćosić,
Emeritus Professor, RMIT University
Director, AMALNA Consulting,
46 Second Street, Black Rock, 3193 Victoria, Australia
e-mail: icosic@amalnaconsulting.com

 

 

Sažetak

 

Autizam je mentalna bolest koja se dijagnostikuje u ranom detinjstvu i ispoljava se sa problemima u komunikaciji i socijalizaciji, i ponavljajućim ponašanjem, dok je poremećaj nedostatka pažnje karakterisan nesposobnošću pacijenta da se fokusira sa ili bez hiperaktivnosti. Iako uzrok tih poremećaja nije sasvim poznat, postoje neke indikacije da je povezan sa poremećajem u razvoju i funkcionisanju nervnih sinapsi uzrokovanom mutacijama u proteinima koji su odgovorni za pravilno funkcionisanje sinapsi medju nervnim ćelijama. Istovremeno neke preliminarne kliničke studije su pokazale da nalepnice impregnirane titanijumskom solju mogu pozitivno da utiču u lečenju autizma i poremećaja nedostatka pažnje. Koristeći model rezonantnog prepoznavanja, mi smo u ovom radu primenili jedinstveni pristup u objašnjenju kako nalepnice impregnirane titanijumskom solju utiču na rad nervnih sinapsi i tako potpomažu u lečenju autizma i poremećaja nedostatka pažnje na molekularnom nivou.

 

 

Ključne reči:

Autizam, poremećaj nedostatka pažnje, nalepnice impregnirane titanijumskom solju, model rezonantnog prepoznavanja.

 

 

Abstract

 

Autism is mental disorder, diagnosable from early childhood, characterized by impaired communication and socialization, and repetitive behaviors, while Attention Deficit Disorder is characterised by inattention and attention deficit. Although the cause of these disorders is not well understood, there are some indications that it is associated with malfunction of development and functioning of neuro synapses due to mutations within proteins responsible for proper functioning of nerve cells synapses. In addition, there are some pilot clinical studies, that Autism and Attention Deficit Disorders can be remediated using Titanium Salt infused patches. Here, we applied the unique approach to explain how Titanium Salt infused patches can influence functioning of nerve cell synapses and consequently remediate Autism and Attention Deficit Disorders at molecular level using Resonant Recognition Model.

 

 

Key words:

Autism, Attention Deficit Disorders, Titanium Patches, Resonant Recognition Model.

 

 

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PDF Ćosić I. et al • MD-Medical Data 2018;10(2): 097-102

 

 

 

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