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Neuroleptics Against Autism
Medication therapy for autism is aimed at eliminating undesirable pathology signs, reversing psychological disorders, stress, and any behavioural abnormalities, as well as activating brain functions. For this purpose, neuroleptics are prescribed for children with autism.
The medication effects of medicines are calculated individually for each patient with autism, taking into account his or her condition and ability to work. It is essential to select the dose personally, as children always have a certain sensitivity to the group of neuroleptic drugs. Possible side effects include: slow reactions, low brain activity, inattentiveness, restlessness, anxiety, hyperkinesis, salivation, apathy, etc.
Autism pharmacological treatment may consist of more than just neuroleptics. It can also include antidepressants, diuretics, tranquillizers, vascular agents, etc., which are prescribed during the aggravation of the patient’s state of health. Neuroleptic therapy is conducted in complicated cases of autism. When methods of conservative correction do not achieve the desired result, the child cannot independently deal with his or her psycho-emotional state and perceptual features of the surrounding reality.
Popular neuroleptics for autistic children:
- Rispolept, etc.
They are prescribed in low doses during the period of active disease progression in order to overcome anxiety states, excessive excitation, deceptive perception of reality, and other affective states. The positive effect of this group of medications on the patient’s condition is noted in most cases.
Aethaperazinum and stelazine may also be prescribed for the treatment of cognitive disorders in cases of autism. Neuroleptics are administered carefully and gradually. Therapy is not continuous, with a flexible withdrawal period as the patient feels better in an appropriate regime.
The complex psychopharmacotherapy of autism, using both therapeutic medications against autism spectrum disorder and developmental techniques, physical correction, and sessions with a psychologist, can give good results in eliminating some disease symptoms.
Instead of reversing the pathology symptoms, it is better to undergo powerful therapy with stem cell transplantation at the Mardaleishvili Medical Centre.
Treating a child’s autism spectrum disorder with stem cells is a method that works towards the child’s recovery.
The principle of treating any disease is to find the cause of its development and eliminate it. The cause of autism has long been identified as a pathological change in the brain. Today, they cannot be corrected by medication or surgery, so ASD treatment is based on symptom control. The only methodology capable of reconstructing the brain structure is autism correction with the child’s own stem cells.
Reserve a convenient date online for treatment of your child’s autism with stem cells or contact the clinic’s consultants.