Many children with behavioural issues respond very well to natural approaches depending on the underlying reasons for their behaviour. For example Bach Flower Remedies work very well for children who struggle with emotional issues in their life. Dietary measures work well for children with sensitivities to certain additives or types of foods, others find exercise helps with adjusting the brain chemistry to quieten things down and help them feel calmer and happier.
I discovered something amazing. A child can benefit enormously from colour therapy. A useful tool was to colour in patterns' with children and interpret the colours that they use and the way they go about the pattern as an interpretation into their learning personality. By using light and colour equipment in a special way known as 'rainbow journey', I was able to evolve a formula for identifying colour diet deficiency. We all need colour. As the coloured light travels down the optic nerve, it is split triggering different circuits and hormones in the brain. Sometimes these colour triggers are deficient, a little bit like the seasonal affective disorder, whereby people are known to go into depression a certain times of the year because these brain hormones are out of balance.
The brain's chemicals play a part in ADHD Behavior in ways that are not fully understood. The chemicals in the brain can cause emotional and behavior problems. Therefore it is very interesting to note the improvements in young people who have challenging behaviour and who show improvements in their behaviour when working with the Rainbow Journey.
The colour essences proved a great success in modifying the behavior of the youngsters involved.
Ultra Violet light can be very effective in small doses. After a 10 minute session they would typically return to class in a more focused and attentive way. The Ultra Violet passing through the pineal gland simulates the UV in early morning sunlight which activates serotonin the feel good brain hormone. It also triggers the pathway to the evening sunlight which is higher in infra red light and this is what triggers the melatonin pathway which is another brain hormone that helps the nervous system get ready to relax for a goodnight's sleep.
This cycle is what is compromised in so many ADHD behaviours.
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