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My 4.11 year old son has SPD.he Tactile sensitivity - taking bath ,finger nail and hair cutting .taste/smell/texture sensitivity - limited diet, does not eat cold food or drink cold water.
unable to pay attention /concentrate on tasks for more than 5-10 mins.

He also has mild ADHD and expressive Language delay.

kindly help .

thanks ,Vidha
  vidha on 2019-11-30
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Give him silica 6x one tablet two times a day for a couple of weeks. Report changes thereafter.
maheeru 7 months ago
Thank you so much .i will start the medicine and update in a couple of weeks.
vidha 7 months ago
Hi,I have been giving him silica for 10 days .should i continue with the medicine.i am seeing positive changes in him.i have also started therapy for SPD.

can you please suggest me something for his Hyperactivity.he likes to run in the room/home.jump and never sits still.

he also does not like crowds and avoids going in crowded places like parties etc.small gatherings are fine with him.

thank you for all your help.

vidha 6 months ago
Yes continue with silica tissue salt for a couple weeks more.

Based on the presentation of symptoms you could also give him homeopathic remedy Belladonna 30 --one dose will be one pill/drop or tablet--- two times a week. Give a major update after 10 to 12 doses.

Keep me posted about the changes.
maheeru 6 months ago
Thank you so much .

i will get belladonna 30 and start it .

will keep you updated.

vidha 6 months ago

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