Wednesday, June 22, 2016

AUTISM TREATMENT - MAO-B ACTIVITY OF PART 2 OF 2, BENEFITS AND AUTISM

AUTISM TREATMENT - MAO-B ACTIVITY OF PART 2 OF 2, BENEFITS AND AUTISM

In the second part 2 of the series on the MAO-A activity and Respen-A, we will get more in this issue. Side effects of the possibility during Respen-A, and I see them from time to time in my office.



 Although they are not common, I have seen them in children who do not get enough protein in their diet, taking Respen-A. Children with this side effect can become more attached, may have more crisis, they can be difficult and the transition can be more emotional.

 When we notice these side effects, they are generally signs serotonin depletion. It's rare, but it happens, and then I usually suggest that they start to add in addition as 5-HTP, tryptophan, or even, in some cases, as an attempt to raise the level of serotonin. And this is what I always convey to parents wanting to start Respen-A with their child.

 Adequate levels of protein to be performed and, as a rule, there are several forms of meat each day is enough to do this. But there were very few cases where supplementation with 5-HTP or even tryptophan becomes necessary, so that we donĂ¢ € ™ t see a depletion in serotonin levels, but it is usually in the case of a very picky eater with a very restricted diet.

Nevertheless, we see MAO-inhibited by a number of other things as well. We know that with the help of Pitocin to increase labor and delivery can definitely affect the system in a negative way. Other ways to break this system include the effect of certain heavy metals such as cadmium, mercury and arsenic, as well as oxidative stress and lipidperoksidazy. So you see some common elements are those things like heavy metals and oxidative stress that we often treat autism through biomedical treatment approach. Of course, we see other factors.

Thus, in the biomedical treatment community, it is not anything else than how we can relate to this broken system, we see how a different system that is affected in autism. We also know that dopamine can affect what is called a monoamine oxidase B, or MAO-B. And we see that if the MAO-B activity is too high, what can happen, that MAO-B activity may be Autism Treatment - MAO-B activity of Part 2 of 2, benefits and autismbe suppressed. So the important thing here is balance between MAO-B activity and MAO-A activity.
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