Since starting the protocol my child has become disruptive and has developed some strange behaviors. I am worried that my child is regressing. Should I stop?
Eliminating the sedative effect of propionic acid will give a child’s parent a sense of potentially how neurologically imbalanced their child is. Some behaviors may seem worse because the propionic acid suppressed their ability to act out these behaviors as a drug. nnSuch behaviors might be stimming, anxiety, aggression, hyperactivity, or sleeplessness. Parents are now seeing their child for the first time without the sedating effects of propionic acid. In other words, a child’s behavior may initially worsen, but that does not mean the protocol is not working. It means we have discovered a key to the potential recovery and the starting point we begin working from.