HENDERSON, Nev., Jan. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Children's Mental Focus Foundation (CMFF), a nonprofit organization located in Henderson, Nevada, has discovered a virus that may be linked to children with autism and other mental disorders. CMFF is a "Research Foundation" currently working with doctors that have patients afflicted with mental disorders. This new discovery may help children and adults cope with behavioral problems associated with mental disorders such as Autism, ADD and ADHD, says head of research at CMFF, Rick C. Hunt, PhD who discovered the virus. The virus is called the R1H2 virus. Further evaluations on some 200 children who had been diagnosed with Autism also revealed this same specific virus present in the brain of these children.
CMFF has already developed a natural technology approach, to prompt the child's own immune system to respond correctly to this virus and support the elimination of this virus. The challenge facing the CMFF researchers and their affiliate physician offices across the USA is the task of creating a comprehensive brain healing therapy, so that these children can slowly recover from this disorder.
Another very real problem facing today's parents is the journey back to recovery. CMFF will be developing and training healthcare practitioners and therapists in multiple support systems to make the recovery easier for everyone in the family. CMFF's affiliates will be helping each member of the family as they go through difficult phases of recovery. These periods have been known to literally destroy marriages, cause embarrassing moments with friends and relatives, and cause a number of related problems that are associated with mental disorders.
"Our challenge at CMFF is to continue research on this important discovery," says Rick C. Hunt, Ph.D. "With our own funds we have developed a new method of therapy for children and adults. It is in the form of an energetic patch that will deliver information to the child's body, which will help boost their own immune system to eventually control the virus and encourage the body to begin healing itself."
This new approach in therapy is called "Information Therapy." As Dr. Hunt continues to describe his hypothesis it becomes apparent that this type of therapy USES NO DRUGS OR MEDICATION. This "Information Therapy" is classified as "complementary medicine," which in the medical community is known to be used along with conventional medicine. CMFF research officials say this virus can be targeted by information programmed into the energetic patch to begin controlling the virus. The length of time that the child has to wear the patch depends on the severity of the disorder.
CMFF is in the process of conducting group studies for autistic children in Los Angeles, California; Henderson, Nevada; and Atlanta, Georgia, which so far has been showing positive results, but they say they do not have all the answers for these problems. CMFF believes this is an important breakthrough in discovering ways to control hyperactivity problems, and will begin asking for research funds for continued investigation.
According to some recent national concerns, experts estimate a child is being born with Autism in the USA every 20 minutes. Males are four times more likely to have autism than females. In most cases medical evaluations are sometimes misdiagnosed, and many children fall victim to harsh drugs and other treatments that are not necessary for a child or an adult who might show some autistic symptoms.
This type of therapy, according to CMFF officials, is a safe and
non-toxic way to get control of the problem with no negative side-effects.
The CMFF patch, with the help of the child's own immune system, will attack
the virus, and begin a healing process, thereby showing less evidence of
symptoms associated with autism. Any donation to continue this research is
appreciated. All donations received are 100% tax-deductible; CMFF can be
reached at its web site at http://www.childrensmentalfocusfoundation.org.
For further information contact:
Children's Mental Focus Foundation, 1-866-390-9377
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|SOURCE Children's Mental Focus Foundation|
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