Clinical Webinar

A Brighter Future: Supporting Paediatric Neurobiology

In the first two years of life, the body is rapidly fusing neuronal connections, programming the immune system, and establishing mature detoxification pathways.  The brain continues this dynamic development throughout childhood, as regions responsible for processing emotional control and language expand.  Environmental exposures are continually challenging both physiological and neurological development, as the nervous system tries to establish a state of equilibrium during this critical phase.

Disruption during this time can have lasting impacts on neurodevelopment, resulting in anxiety, stress and sleep disturbances, conditions that often go under-recognised and which are all too common throughout childhood. Influencing both behaviour and learning patterns, these conditions can also have ripple effects to those closest to them, affecting family members and the broader community.Other, more serious childhood conditions affecting behaviour are also on the rise.  Incidence of autistic spectrum disorders have increased dramatically, skyrocketing by 42.1% between 2012 and 2015. 

This webinar will explore the intimate connection between the digestive, nervous and immune systems, and examine how modern day drivers such as chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS), circadian rhythm disruption, heavy metals, dysbiosis and mitochondrial dysfunction have been shown to impact neurobiology and paediatric neurodevelopment. Discover clinical strategies which help address the influence of modern day drivers on behaviours, producing life-changing effects in children and their families.

  • Discover new research on how the microbiome can influence behaviour and outcomes in children.
  • Learn how circadian rhythm regulation and sleep is dramatically affected by electromagnetic frequencies and screen time.
  • Gain confidence in identifying CIRS in children, and learn how this complex condition can impact neurobiology.
  • Discover the role mitochondrial dysfunction may play in autism spectrum disorders.
  • Receive practical guidelines and resources to help manage complex presentations.
  • Wednesday 13th November/ Web / For more information, call Customer Service on 1800 777 648 (AUS) or 0508 227 744 (NZ) today!
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