Mixed Expressive-Receptive Disorders Treatment By Ayurveda
Mixed expressive-receptive disorder is a kind of language disorder that occurs in the age group of children. Child development includes the growth of the child physically as well as mentally. This disease is associated with mental development which includes developmental milestones. Developmental milestones are a group of functional skills that a child may develop with growing age. These are the only diagnostic equipment that a doctor uses to evaluate if a child’s skills are developing with the growing age. And each milestone used to come in a role with some exact age but it varies from child to child. In this article we are going to discuss one such disease that is associated with the developmental of a child. So let’s discuss further.
Mixed receptive-expressive disorder generally occurs in childhood and is one of the language disorders. It is of two types- one is developmental and the other one is acquired. The developmental one occurs and usually conflicts when the child is in the stage of learning and the acquired one occurs suddenly as a result of any trauma or stroke and it can occur at any age. As per ayurveda Mixed receptive-expressive disorder occurs as a result of vata dosha dushti which leads to difficulty speaking. Further in the article we will cuss the causes and the symptoms of Mixed receptive-expressive disorder.
The exact cause is unknown but some researchers believe that the biological and environmental factors are the reason behind it. The mentioned cause is for developmental one but the acquired form results from injury, stroke, any medical condition, traumatic, stroke, etc. As we read there is no specific cause of the disease so with the symptoms of the disease let’s study its symptoms. The symptoms of developmental will be the same but for acquired one symptoms may vary as per the different affected areas of the brain.
The symptoms generally vary from child to child and mainly characterized by difficulty in speech. The pronunciation of words is not problematic but there is a difficulty in making sentences by using proper recalling words, grammar and more similar communication difficulties while speaking. A child with this condition is not able to meet the needs, thoughts, wants and with the same complexity and same level or the peers. There is a difficulty in understanding even what the person talking with them is saying. The lack of understanding results in unsuitable responses and failure to follow the command. Some people think the children with mixed receptive-expressive disorder are awkward but it is not so. They simply are not able to understand what is going on and what the other people are saying. They face difficulty while understanding the complex sentences, abstract nouns, etc.
Some Common Signs Noticed are Mentioned as Follows:
- Unable to follow directions
- Restricted speech as per the developing age
- Repeating phrases or words
- Difficulty while responding to the questions
- Improper response to questions related to yes/no
- Learning academic and problems difficulties
- Unable to understand simple directions
- Unable to name any object
As we read the signs and symptoms of mixed receptive-expressive disorder that are generally used to diagnose the developmental type of this disorder. But for diagnosing the acquired type of this disorder there is a need for proper history while there is a history of any stroke, trauma, injury, etc that affects the particular area of the brain. If needed CT Scan or MRI will be done in case of acquired mixed receptive-expressive disorder.
As per ayurveda there is no exact correlation of Mixed Expressive-Receptive disorder but we can associate this condition with vitiation of vata dosha. As vata dosha is responsible for any of the functions occurring in the body whether it is walking, running, speaking and various other body functions. The developmental one is correlated with vata dosha vitiation and delay in bal-sanskara (developmental milestones). But the acquired one is associated with the abhighataj or sharirik nidaan such as trauma, stroke, injury, etc. If your child is suffering from the same condition you can start the ayurvedic management for improving your child’s development. For this purpose Planet Ayurveda provides you with some herbal remedies that we will discuss now.
HERBAL REMEDIES BY PLANET AYURVEDA FOR MIXED EXPRESSIVE-RECEPTIVE DISORDERS
Planet Ayurveda is a GMP certified clinic that formulates their own herbal remedies. All the formulations are prepared under the strict observance of M.D. Ayurveda practitioners. All the herbal remedies are devoid of any kind of additives, preservatives, color, resins, gus, fiber and any other synthetic material. For managing the signs and symptoms of Mixed Expressive-Receptive disorder Planet Ayurveda listed 4 herbal remedies. Now further let’s discuss how these 4 herbal remedies help in the management of the symptoms of Mixed Expressive-Receptive disorder.
1. MEDHYA CHURNA
2. NEUROGENIE CAPSULE
3. BRAHMI GHRIT
1. MEDHYA CHURNA
Medhya churna by Planet Ayurveda is a herbal remedy prepared in powder form. This herbal powder is made up of fine powder of brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis), (vacha (Acorus calamus), ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), ajmoda (Carum roxburghianum), krishna jeeraka (Carum carvi) and various other. This churna consists of medhya herbs that will help in maintaining neurological health. Also the vata shamaka herbs are present in the churna that aids in pacifying vata dosha which further assists in maintaining the speech functions and associated symptoms in Mixed Expressive-Receptive disorder.
Dosage: 1/4th tsp twice daily with warm milk or ghee.
2. NEUROGENIE CAPSULE
These capsules consist of standardized extract of herbs such as brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) and ashwagandha (withania somnifera). Ashwagandha consists of various properties such as antioxidant, adaptogenic and rejuvenating. On the other hand, brahmi is one of the medhya herbs and consists of antioxidant properties that prevent the growth of free radicals. Both these herbs aid in promoting the development of a child associated with Mixed Expressive-Receptive disorder due to the mentioned benefits. It promotes cognition health, concentration power and boosts up the memory.
Dosage: 1 capsule twice daily with plain water
3. BRAHMI GHRIT
Brahmi ghrit is a classical ayurvedic formulation that is formulated by Planet Ayurveda under the strict supervision of M.D. Ayurveda practitioners. It consists of ingredients such as brahi (Bacopa monnieri), vacha (Acorus calamus), kutha (Saussurea lappa), shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis) and cow’s ghee. This ghee has vata pacifying properties and aids in regulating the activity occurring in the body by maintaining brain health. It is not only prescribed in any health concerns but can also be given as a natural health supplement for the brain which helps in providing good intellectual power, improved cognition levels, sharpening of mind as well. Due to such benefits of brahmi ghrita it assists in the management of Mixed Expressive-Receptive disorder.
Dosage: ½ tsp twice daily with warm water
This formulation is also mentioned in classical texts and prepared by Planet Ayurveda according to the method of preparation mentioned in classical texts. It is composed of brahmi, ashwagandha, giloy, shatari and various other herbs. The herbal remedy has properties such as adaptogenic, immunomodulatory, nervine, and rejuvenating. All these properties help in the development of milestones in the developing child and also promotes the development of delayed milestones. Thus it is considered as a miraculous ayurvedic remedy for the patients of Mixed Expressive-Receptive disorder. Also this classical formulation is one of the best ayurvedic formulations for neurological disorders.
Dosage: 1 tsp twice daily with added equal amount of water
Mixed expressive-receptive disorder is a kind of language disorder that is a disorder that occurs in the age group of children. The exact cause is unknown but some researchers believe that the biological and environmental factors are the reason behind it. It is of 2 types: the developmental one is not having exact cause but the acquired one is having the cause such as trauma, stroke and many other external factors. Developmental type occurs in children and acquired one can occur at any age. The symptoms included Unable to follow directions, Restricted speech as per the developing age, Repeating phrases or words, Difficulty while responding to the questions and various other like these symptoms. So if anyone is suffering from the same they must start the ayurvedic management mentioned in this article by Planet Ayurveda. With no worries you can start the treatment from Planet Ayurveda as all the products are 100% safe and free from any kind of synthetic materials and preservatives.
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