(NaturalNews) Many violent behaviors can be caused by brain abnormalities. In light of the Newtown mass shooting, people are asking, “What is the motive-” There is no motive. There is no rational reason. The actions are caused by brain chemistry that is imbalanced, and then something happens to trigger the scales into carrying out violent acts. Sadly, antidepressants and the very drugs prescribed for these individuals can be a trigger that set the bonfire in their brain ablaze.
We need to learn to identify children with behavior disorders and get them the help they need. This can lead to a better life for them and for their communities. Treating brain chemistry can save lives – the lives of children and families they might strike against if they are not treated.Most people who exhibit violent behavior have abnormal brain and body chemistry. This has been shown by numerous research studies, including work by Dr. William Walsh. After studying 8,000 people with diagnosed behavior disorders at the Pfeiffer Treatment Center, he discovered high levels of metals, difficulty with methylation, disordered pyyrole chemistry, blood sugar problems, copper/zinc imbalances, and malabsorption. People with chemical abnormalities can become provoked by violence when their physiological symptoms are intensified by taking antidepressant drugs, certain foods, exposure to heavy metals, or elevated hormones. This is why many violent crimes are committed by boys in their teens and twenties when their hormones are high and erratic.
Following Walsh’s treatment program, 207 individuals with behavior disorders had a 92 percent reduction in frequency of assaults, and an 88 percent decrease in destructive behavior. The study showed that individualized biochemical treatment can successfully treat violent behaviors.
Biochemical therapy is easily diagnosed with simple blood and urine tests. Treatment involves adding or subtracting foods and nutrients to the body as needed. The effects of treatment can be noticed within weeks, if not days. These non-invasive therapies have been researched and proven effective for many years. Parents and educators need to know that treatments are available, to identify children in need, and provide the comfort that good brain chemistry can provide for the children and the community.
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