Because of its ability to lower inflammation even further, I routinely recommend the addition of tVNS in any child with autism or developmental delay which is experiencing an incomplete recovery using my protocol to those who require continuous rifaximin to control bacterial overgrowth or to any child that requires the use of prescription medications to control behavior or enhance focus and attention. Other indications of tVNS in children might include an uncontrolled inflammatory or autoimmune disorder, as well as poorly controlled epilepsy. nnIf recovery is continuing in some areas but not in others, I recommend adding five minutes of transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (tVNS) per day. This will reduce the levels of inflammation within the brain, further allowing the remaining areas to begin recovering.
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