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Childhood Vaccination & Epilepsy

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There is considerable evidence that the global burden of mental and neurological disorders is massive and is increasing. At the same time, little is known about the resources available to meet this burden: information is scarce in the vast majority of countries, while the information that is available is not comparable across different countries or over time. Life Force Health Care Clinic & Institue hopes that the availability of essential information will lead to greater awareness among of the gaps in resources for epilepsy care and use alternate medical science to fill-in.

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Childhood Vaccination & Epilepsy

  1. 1. Childhood Epilepsy ESSENTIAL INFORMATION IN THE TREATMENT AND CARE OF CHILDHOOD EPILEPSY L I F E F O R C E H E A L T H C A R E C L I N I C & I N S T I T U T E UN I T O F K UTAS T H A P UB L I C C H AR I TA B L E TR US T ALTERNATE MEDICAL SCIENCE APPROACH DR.MAXWELL JUDE
  2. 2. EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 1/9 HYPERVENTILATION - HYPOXIA Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld Getting childhood vaccines means your child can develop immunity (protection) against diseases before they come into contact with them. In 1998, federal public health officials at the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, Public Health Service (Pediatrics; March 1998) found that a causal relationship exists between live measles vaccine and encephalopathy after analyzing cases of children who received measles vaccine alone or in the combination ... LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  3. 3. ECG SUPPRESSED EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 2/9 Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld Epilepsy is one of the most common serious disorders of the brain, affecting about 50 million people worldwide. Epilepsy accounts for 1% of the global burden of disease; 80% of the burden of epilepsy is in the developing world, where in some areas 80–90% of people with epilepsy receive no treatment at all. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  4. 4. GASPING EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 3/9 Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld There is considerable evidence that the global burden of mental and neurological disorders is massive and is increasing. At the same time, little is known about the resources available to meet this burden: information is scarce in the vast majority of countries, while the information that is available is not comparable across different countries or over time. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  5. 5. ECG VENTRICULAR FLUTTER EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 4/9 Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld Life Force Health Care Clinic & Institue hopes that the availability of essential information will lead to greater awareness among of the gaps in resources for epilepsy care and use alternate medical science to fill-in. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  6. 6. POLYMORPHIC VENTRICULAR TRACHYCARDIA (PVT) STARTS EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 5/9 Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld When your child contracts seizures after it's first vaccination, a medical report would typically sound like this: Perinatal injury/ischemia. Atrophy of both temporal lobes – worse on right side; associated with prominent sylvan fissures. (bilateral temporal lobe atrophy) LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  7. 7. PVT - HARDLY BREATHING EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 6/9 Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld The afflicted child has seizures lasting about 3 secs, amounting to about 50 seizures in a given night while sleeping. Overall in a 24 hours period, The child could suffer 100+ seizures which is technically termed as epilepsy. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  8. 8. POLYMORPHIC VENTRICULAR TRACHYCARDIA ENDS EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 7/9 Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld Frontotemporal disorders are the result of damage to neurons (nerve cells) in parts of the brain called the frontal and temporal lobes. As neurons die in the frontal and temporal regions, these lobes atrophy, or shrink. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  9. 9. GENERALIZED SLOWING EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 8/9 Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld Brain infarction means, obstruction of the blood supply to an organ or region of tissue, typically by a thrombus or embolus, causing local death of the tissue. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  10. 10. BREATHIES AGAIN EPILEPSY PROGRESSION 9/9 Picture Courtesy: Dennis van der Geld Patients with right-sided hemispheric brain infarction show a significantly reduced circadian blood pressure variability and a higher frequency of nocturnal blood pressure increase compared with patients with left-sided infarction. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  11. 11. ABSENCE EPILEPSY involves brief, sudden lapses of consciousness. Patients with right-sided hemispheric brain infarction show a significantly reduced circadian blood pressure variability and a higher frequency of nocturnal blood pressure increase compared with patients with left-sided infarction. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  12. 12. ABSENCE EPILEPSY involves brief, sudden lapses of consciousness. Right sided infarction is also associated with higher serum norepinephrine concentration, and ECG more frequently shows abnormality such as QT prolongation and arrhythmia. Heart rate decreases after right cerebral hemisphere inactivation by intracarotid amobarbital injection but increases after left hemisphere in activation. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  13. 13. ABSENCE EPILEPSY involves brief, sudden lapses of consciousness. We should realize at the outset that all epilepsy is fundamentally caused by Hypoxic brain injury. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  14. 14. HYPOXIC BRAIN INJURY USE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT: CELL FOOD WHICH IS AN OXYGEN SUPPLEMENT. 8 DROPS PER DAY IS SUFFICIENT. AVAILABLE ONLINE. Hypoxic brain injury -A complete interruption of the supply of oxygen to the brain is referred to as cerebral anoxia. If there is still a partial supply of oxygen, but at a level which is inadequate to maintain normal brain function, this is known as cerebral hypoxia. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  15. 15. HYPOXIC BRAIN INJURY USE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT: COLUSTRUM. THIS IS MUST FOR BREAST-MILK DEPRIVED EPILEPTIC CHILDREN. AVAILABLE ONLINE. It is found that mother's stop breast-feeding their epileptic child as they are uncertain of the epileptic episodes that happen constantly. Breast milk deprived epileptic child has no way to repair its brain cells. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  16. 16. NUTRIENTS FOR BRAIN HEALTH Glutamic acid is a precursor to GABA--the main calming neurotransmitter in our bodies. Almonds, wheat bran, and mackerel are high in glutamic acid. Taurine, a calming neurotransmitter that is depleted by stress, is found in salmon, mackerel and halibut. Glycine enhances memory and cognition. It is a non-essential amino acid found in high-protein foods such as fish, dairy, and gelatin from animal bones. Lipoic acid is an antioxidant that improves memory and cognition, and prevents neuro-degeneration. It is found in organ meats, collard greens, and chard. Oats contain silica, which strengthens the nerves to benefit neurasthenia, a state of physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion. The silica from oats can be found in sprouted oats, oat tincture, oat straw tea, oat milk, oat bran, and oatmeal. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  17. 17. FOOD THERAPY • Natural antibiotics: honey, garlic, myrrh, ginger, citrus fruits. vitamin C increases white blood cells. vitamin C increases the production of interferon, a substance that coats the surfaces of cells to prevent viruses from entering. • Onions • Coconut Oil – Coconut oil contains a medium chain fatty acid called lauric acid that lends coconut its antibacterial properties. • Lemons – Lemons contain two compounds called coumarin and tetrazine, both of which can help fight against several pathogens. Lemons have protective effects both inside and outside the body. • Horseradish – Horseradish was known as an antibacterial food all the way back in the 1950s. It has been used to help treat urinary tract infections and lung infections and in Germany is known as one of the best anti-microbial foods you can consume. • Pineapple – Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain, which is helpful for digestion but is also anti-microbial. It has been used as a mouth wash to kill invading cells in the mouth and throat. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  18. 18. FOOD THERAPY • Turmeric – Turmeric has some of the most reliable scientific backing when it comes to its anti-microbial power. It has studies to prove its effectiveness against Bacillus cereus, Bacillus coagulans, Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The compound that lends the bright orange colour to turmeric is the same compound that gives it its anti-microbial power. • Cabbage – A member of the Brassica family of veggies, cabbage has been used as a treatment for a plethora of ailments. It has cancer fighting properties, as well as a high vitamin C content which we all know boosts our immune systems and helps us to fight off foreign invaders. Cabbage juice is also an effective remedy for stomach ulcers. • Fatty fish, such as salmon, tuna, sardines, lake trout, flounder, halibut and mackerel, and flaxseed -- a fiber-rich seed variety, provide omega-3 fatty acids -- healthy fats that may reduce inflammation. According to the study published in "Chest," anti-inflammatory fats are associated with fewer respiratory infection symptoms. • Additional protein-rich soup ingredients include beans, lentils, tofu and fish. Incorporate vegetables for added antioxidant benefits. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  19. 19. SHIATSU TREATMENT The Spleen, Kidney, and Heart organ systems. There is clinical evidence that the ear and scalp points, along with the Du meridian, benefit attention problems associated with ADD/ADHD, and autism. A good time to nourish the mind is at noon, and a midday nap is beneficial. Midday is considered to be "Heart Time." During sleep the brain detoxifies, and adrenal glands recharge. The inability to rest and recover from excessive stimuli (Heart), fear (Kidney), and worry (Spleen) with sound sleep, often results in stress-related problems that impact mood, learning, focusing, and reacting. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  20. 20. ACUPRESSURE TO STIMULATE THE BRAIN Yin Tang: Apply pressure to this acupuncture point that is in between the eyebrows--a significant point to calm and clear the mind. Some believe it corresponds to the pineal gland, which links the nervous system and hormone system for mental and spiritual harmony. Scalp Massage: This can benefit the meridians that encompass the brain. With the tips of the fingers spread wide apart, vigorously stroke the scalp between mid-line and the ears from front to back (as if combing the hair). Yuan Source Points: These points on and near the ankles and wrists tonify all the Chinese organ systems. Manually massage the hands and feet, brush them while bathing; or rotate the wrists and ankles. Shoulder Rolls: These free the flow of Qi and blood between the mind and body. Shrug the shoulders then very slowly press them backward and downwards, then forward and downwards. Gently inhale or exhale into tense and tired areas. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  21. 21. FEBRILE EPILEPSY Vomiting should be studied and prevented at all cost. Vomiting weakens the heart and interrupts the blood supply to the brain. Typically, an epileptic child who is suffering from febrile epilepsy will have high fever and vomiting. Child will not eat for days. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  22. 22. FEBRILE EPILEPSY TREATMENT 1. Acu-reflex therapy SHOULD be given and the same taught to the mother and /or caretaker, nurse. 2. Acupoint TE17 (between the tip of the mastoid process of the temporal bone and the mandibular ramus) and Si19 (about 2 cm superior to the posterior tip of the axillary skin fold. Usage of TE17 was to arrest the onslaught of the seizure while Si19 was to relax the heart. 3. The abdomen should be examined and if hard knotted areas around the navel is found it means the Large Intestine is affected. These are energy blocks which resulte in non-assimilation and indigestion. The same must be treated with 'ampuku-shiatsu' (Japanese abdomen massage). 4. Acupoints: Sp2, Sp3, Liv3, Ki1, UB57, LI1, LI4 was chosen for treatment. The techniques involving stimulation of the above points and sequence must be learnt. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  23. 23. THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES FOR EPILEPSY The Child’s legs must be worked out with Reflexology especially of the feet. Foot reflexology increases the blood flow in circulation, filters toxic blood. There are 52 bones in your two feet altogether. There are also 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles and some tendons that hold everything together. Foot reflexology is the best treatment one can give an epileptic child. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  24. 24. KEEP FREE FROM PYOGENIC INFECTIONS The Child’s legs must be worked out with Reflexology especially of the feet. Foot reflexology increases the blood flow in circulation, filters toxic blood. There are 52 bones in your two feet altogether. There are also 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles and some tendons that hold everything together. Foot reflexology is the best treatment one can give an epileptic child. These pyogenic infections attack the lungs and inhibits oxygen transmission to the blood. Which in turn creates an abnormal heart rate (trachycardia). Thus, the heart-lung mechanism gets affected drastically and causes reduction in blood supply to the brain. This reduction of blood supply coupled with oxygen reduced blood causes brain damage. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  25. 25. 3 TO 6 YEARS DIET PLAN Food groups Portion-grams Energy kcal Cereals-millets 30 4 Pulses 30 1 Milk-products 100 5 Roots-tubers 100 1 Green leafy vegetables 100 0.5 Other vegetables 100 1 Fruits 100 1 Jaggery 5 4 Fats/oils 5 5 Total 22.5kcal LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE Dietetics
  26. 26. 3 TO 6 YEARS DIET PLAN ANIMAL PROTEIN Food groups Portion-grams Energy kcal Bone soup 50 100 Fish 50 100 Chicken soup 50 100 Mutton soup 50 100 Total 22.5kcal Dietetics LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  27. 27. 3 TO 6 YEARS DIET PLAN FRUITS (VITAMINS) per day Food groups Portion-grams Apple 1 medium Banana 1 number Custard apple 1 number Pine apple 3 slices Sappota 2 small nos Guava 1 big Fruit salad 750grams Dietetics LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  28. 28. 3 TO 6 YEARS DIET PLAN VEGETABLE EXCHANGE PER DAY Food groups Portion-grams Curry with coconut 1 cup Plain Tomato Soup 1 soup bowl Soup with white sauce 1 soup bowl Mint chutney 3 table spoon Onion chutney 3 table spoon Dietetics LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  29. 29. 3 TO 6 YEARS DIET PLAN PULSES EXCHANGE Food groups Portion-grams Sambar 1 cup Rasam 1 cup Thick dal 500gms Thin dal 750gms Chenna masala 500gms Dry peas sundal 1 cup Roasted Bengal gram chutney 1 small cup Sprouted moong dal 1 small cup Dietetics LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  30. 30. 3 TO 6 YEARS DIET PLAN NATURAL SUPPLEMENTS Food groups Portion-grams Dextrose Glucose, honey, corn syrup Dibasic potassium phosphate Beans, yoghurt, fish Glycerin Milk, whey products, pudding, cream, soy bean, eggs Hydrochloric acid Pumpkin seeds, animal foods and fish Sodium benzoate Fruit jams, fruit juices, pickles Dietetics LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  31. 31. 3 TO 6 YEARS DIET PLAN DAILY FOOD-STYLE PLAN Food exchange Total number of exchanges/day Breakfast+mid morning Lunch+ evening tea Dinner +after dinner Cereal exchange 10 3 4 3 Pulses exchange 3 1 1 1 Milk exchange 4 1 2 1 Fruit+Vegetable exchange 5 1 2 2 Meat exchange 1 - 1 - Dietetics LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC AND INSTITUTE
  32. 32. LIFE FORCE HEALTH CARE CLINIC & INSTITUTEU N I T O F K U T A S T H A P U B L I C C H A R I T A B L E T R U S T WEBSITE - kutastha.com CONTACT - +91 98414 24981 ADDRESS - #85, Royapettah High Road, Mylapore, Chennai - 600 004. Tamil Nadu, India HOURS - Monday - Friday: 10:00AM -8:00PM Saturday & Sunday: 11:00AM - 3:00PM https://www.facebook.com/LiifeForceHealthCareClinic AndInstitute/ email: cvram57@yahoo.com

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