Welcome to The Neurobalance Centre's "Insights" page, your gateway to an exploration of neurological research.
Delve into the intricacies of primitive reflexes, auditory processing, and gut-brain connections through cutting-edge studies and expert analyses. Uncover the foundational role of primitive reflexes in neurological development, explore the transformative power of auditory interventions, and understand the impact of a balanced gut on overall well-being.
Our curated reading recommendations provide a valuable resource for those seeking to deepen their understanding of neurology and holistic well-being. Join us on a journey of discovery, empowerment, and enlightenment as we illuminate the path to a harmonious connection between mind and body.
Primitive Reflex Research
Primitive reflexes are the first part of the brain to develop and should only remain active for the first few months of life. In typical development, these reflexes naturally inhibit in sequential order in the first year, and replacement reflexes, called postural reflexes emerge. Read More . . .
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Neuro Developmental Delay
Primitive reflexes are the first part of the brain to develop and should only remain active for the first few months of life. In typical development, these reflexes naturally inhibit in sequential order in the first year, and replacement reflexes, called postural reflexes emerge. Postural reflexes are more mature patterns of response that control balance, co-ordination and sensory motor development.
Retained primitve relfexes can lead to developmental edlays related to disorders like ADHD, sensory processing disorder, autism, and learning disabilities. The presistence of primitive reflexes contribute to issues such as coordination, balance, sensory perceptions, fine motor skills, sleep, immunity, energy levels, impulse control, concentration and all leves of social, emotional and academic learning.
Causes of Retained Primitve Reflexes
Retention of primitive reflexes can be caused by a variety of factors. The birth process is a key factor in the integration of these reflexes. Therefore a traumatic birth experience or birth by c-section may lead to retained reflexes. Additional causes can include: falls, traumas, lack of tummy0time, delayed or skipped creeping or crawling, chromic ear infections, head trauma and vertebral subluxations.
Studies on Primitive Reflexes
'Neuro Developmental Factors in Children Diagnosed with Dyslexia'
Goddard Blythe SA - 2001
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'The affect of STNR on education'
University of Purdue - 1976
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Study - 'Primitive Reflexes & ADHD'
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Research on Primitive/Postural Reflexes
Welcome to our "Recommended Reading" section, dedicated to expanding your knowledge on primitive reflexes. Understanding the significance of primitive reflexes is crucial in promoting optimal development and well-being. Dive into the following recommended readings to gain insights into the world of primitive reflexes: