New Research Finds Autistic Kids Have Reduced Brain Flexibility
A new research conducted by Stanford University said that autistic children may have reduced brain flexibility. Thus, Purely Scientific suggested 3-in-1 Digestive Formula to help those children with Autism deal with this kind of problem.
"The value of this research finding is paramount. People should understand that this may be part of the reason why children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may have less interaction processing capability compared to those who have normal brain growth," added the Spokesperson.
A scientific article published in the official website of Stanford University had this explanation, "A Stanford brain-imaging study has just shown that the brains of children with Autism are less able to switch from rest to taking on a new task than the brains of typically developing children."
This strengthens the idea that the cognitive skills of autistic children are continually confronting adjustment and flexibility difficulty. "With this challenge at hand, the affected parents should consider our formula to reduce the impact of Autism-related problems," stated the Company.
The scientific article posted in Stanford University site continued its explanation: "The degree of inflexibility was linked to the intensity of children's autism symptoms: those with less flexibility had more severe restrictive and repetitive behaviors, one of the hallmarks of the developmental disorder."
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