OPTIMIZING YOUR CHILDS'BRAIN AND BODY

NuHuman Transformation Clinic strives to use natural, holistic, and effective methods to correct bodily errors and achieve all-round homeostasis.
Our goal is to optimize the mind, body, and spirit by allowing the body to restore itself to biological equilibrium. By achieving homeostasis, the body will produce the necessary components that assist with neurodevelopment and neuro-communication. This will improve brain function and mineral utilization for better energy distribution.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder that is seen in patients with inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADHD interferes with mental functioning, bodily mechanisms, and development. Inattention (also known as ADD) occurs in individuals that cannot focus, wander off from tasks, lack persistence, are disorganized, and lack comprehension abilities. Hyperactivity in children means that he/she always moves around, fidgets, taps, talks excessively, and is continuously restless. Impulsivity implies the child undergoes hasty actions without thinking about them and could lead to potential harm; these children will interrupt conversations and make decisions without considering long-term outcomes.

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Attention is necessary to take in, retain, and channel information into our short-term memory storage. Once in short-term memory, filtering of information occurs, and only relevant information will be retained as “working memory.” This process also involves logically retaining information. People with learning disabilities struggle to organize information effectively or even lose information, ultimately resulting in useless information processing. Children that have learning disabilities or attention problems struggle to recall any information because there may be a lag in one of the above processes preventing them from retaining any information in the first place.

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ASD is a complicated developmental condition affecting many aspects of life, including social relationships, verbal, and non-verbal communication as well as behavioural patterns. The severity of this disorder ranges from mild to severe; each case is different, not one being the same as the next. Autism is a lifelong condition that is generally diagnosed during early childhood. Although autism is lifelong, many children go on to lead fulfilling lives, independent and self-accomplished. Two major categories of ASD include:

  1. Social interaction and problems with communication
  2. Restricted/repetitive behavioural patterns

 

Many people with autism have average intelligence but exhibit either mild or significant intellectual delays. They are at a greater risk of developing a mental illness, having sleep problems, and seizures. Although the typical ASD diagnosed person experiences the challenges mentioned above, they portray strengths too; these include:

  • The ability to learn with a significant amount of detail and retain information for long periods.
  • The probability of being visual and auditory learners

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Learning disabilities can be predisposed or neurobiological factors that may alter brain functioning, which can affect a child’s’ cognitive skills in the learning process. This leads to an array of learning difficulties such as reading, writing, or solving math problems. Learning disabilities can also affect a child’s ability to organize, plan and reason. It affects short and long-term memory, and attention deficits may be present. Learning disabilities move past academics and impact the personal, work, and social lives of these children. Children with learning disabilities have an average or even above-average intelligence. They are not deficient or lazy learners, often quite the opposite; however, children with learning disabilities struggle with processing information. Their brains are wired differently, and this affects their ability to process and retain information. They seem to have problems reaching their potential and, therefore, struggle to close the gap between their potential and their achievements. Many learning disabilities should not be confused with learning problems; they either appear to be visual, auditory, motor handicaps, emotional disturbances, or economic disadvantages. Examples of learning disabilities are ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Dyspraxia, Dysphasia/aphasia.

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Memory can be characterized into short-term and long-term memory. Each storage type can be described and differentiated by its ability to retain information and its time frame. Long term memory exhibits the ability to retain a limitless amount of information lasting for years. It is a permanent means of information storage. Short term memory is characterized by the temporary storage of more recent events; the ability to recall only some degree of information for only a brief period. The conversion of short-term memory into long term memory: 

Our brains work like computers; information is accepted and stored in our short-term memory, which is then processed, filtered, and transferred into long term memory. Short term memories are habitually converted into long term memories through specific practices such as:

  • Repetition of information to retain it.
  • Clustering smaller bits of information rather than the larger portions of work to retain smaller sections of information at a time.
  • Exercise increases short-term memory through neurogenesis; this ultimately facilitates the transfer of information from short-term to long-term storage.

 

Disease and injury affect the pathway of the conversion of short term to long term memory. Children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or learning disabilities may struggle with just this problem – the retention of information. You may ask a child, displaying ADHD symptoms, to wash the dishes, and a few minutes later, you find him/ her playing outside with the dog. You may assume that he/ she just got distracted or decided to ignore your request for the simple reason that they may not like washing dishes, but in fact, it might be a short-term memory problem. This forgetful nature of the child will cause learning disturbances at school. Children with learning disabilities or ADHD may exhibit the inability to recall information, even for brief periods, or struggle to retrieve information that has been stored in their long-term memory. 

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HTMA is a Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis Test that measures 21 minerals and toxic metals present in the hair sample. Minerals are the “spark plugs” to life and play many critical health-related functions within the body. Hair makes an excellent biopsy material and reveals a clear mineral metabolism record. Hair contains minerals that are deposited during its’ growth. Although the hair is dead, the minerals tend to excrete into the hair while it grows continuously. Minerals and toxic metals are locked inside the hair during the growth stage as the body uses it to store and eliminate minerals. An HTMA reflects long term metabolic activity as it measures an average of mineral accumulation over three months. This is often an advantage as day-to-day variations do not influence the test results in body chemistry due to stress, diet, or other factors. We see a possible link to ADD/ADHD in the test by looking at the levels of Na, K, Cu, Mn, Fe, and Al. If they are at a level higher than ideal, they are considered toxic, causing the mind and body to go into overdrive.

 

Toxic Metals:

Metal toxicity is a common link to ADHD because it impairs the development of a child’s mind and body. Heavy metals are stored in soft tissue areas, including the brain, which leads to impairments in mental functioning by preventing neural development. Heavy metals also contribute to mitochondrial dysfunction, which is catastrophic to a child’s energy levels as well as cognitive development. Metals we can possibly link to ADD, and ADHD are high levels of Aluminium, Manganese, Copper, and occasionally Iron. When these metals reach a certain level, they are toxic and extremely dangerous to the body as a whole. 

 

Copper Fluctuations:

Studies have shown that copper is linked to neurological functioning and neurodevelopment. Copper helps synthesize the neurons, which establish better communication between the mind and body for optimal cellular development. Although required for neural development, this trace mineral can be toxic in the brain if in high amounts. Copper in excess will contribute towards a free-radical production resulting in severe mental impairments if not treated. Free radical build-up causes neural and cellular degeneration, thus contributing towards ADHD symptoms.

 

Energy:

The HTMA allows us to see possible trends that could occur in the body and how the energy levels could potentially fluctuate. The thyroid and adrenal glands are the major components in the body that contribute to the oxidation of food into useable energy. Therefore, if either of these glands is impaired, there will be energy fluctuations. Iron is also a significant contributor to how energy pathways are utilized because iron transports oxygen throughout the body. If iron is impaired, the oxygen cannot be fully used in biochemical pathways to efficiently manufacture energy. Iron stress also leads to fatigue, which affects the mind and body, thus contributing to the energy fluctuations seen in children with ADHD.

 

Dry Blood Spot Test:

A dry blood spot test is a bio sample test, where a few drops of blood are blotted and dried onto absorbent filter paper. The dry blood spot test will determine which amino acids are deficient and might indicate an imbalance of cofactors and enzymes. Amino acids are crucial for protein synthesis, DNA transcription, enzyme production, and building neurotransmitters. Vitamins and minerals (called cofactors) help enzymes with amino acid metabolism. 

There are two basic types of amino acids:

  • Non-essential amino acids. These are generally produced by the body when required.
  • Essential amino acids are not produced in the body and need to be taken in from diet or supplements. 

The brain uses specific amino acids such as tryptophan, histidine, and arginine to synthesize neurotransmitters and neuromodulators. All of which are essential amino acids. Tryptophan depletion is linked to a decrease in serotonin in the central nervous system. The lack of serotonin disrupts the circadian rhythm and destabilizes mood regulation. Taurine is responsible for membrane stabilization and calcium signalling in neurotransmitters. Without Taurine, the brains’ ability to send and receive chemical messages from one neurotransmitter to another is inhibited. The body converts arginine into a chemical called nitric oxide. This increases blood flow, supplying the brain with more oxygen. Increasing oxygen supply can improve memory, alertness, and intelligence. 

 

In conclusion, a deficit in essential amino acids may worsen:

  • Memory
  • Mood Regulation
  • Insomnia
  • Cognitive Function

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Stress Response:

When our bodies are under stress, we lose essential electrolytes, such as calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium. This is due to the thyroid and adrenal glands having to work overtime to cope with the stress. Brain function is left impaired, as electrolytes are necessary to conduct the electrical impulses from one neurotransmitter to another. Children with ADHD/ADD could have impaired adrenal function and lead to decreased sodium and excessive excretion of potassium. It is essential to keep these minerals balanced. They are critical to support the adrenal glands’ function, which means that both essential minerals are left bio-unavailable within the body. This places the body under even more stress and causes inflammation. NuHuman’s Stress Response replenishes the diminished electrolytes and helps the body deal with stress by supporting the adrenal glands and thyroid with our bioavailable mineral blend. This results in the nervous system functioning optimally, ensuring sufficient energy, cognitive clarity as well as the ability to prevent emotional distress.

 

Cellular Upgrade:

Cells are the physical building blocks of our body. The cell membrane (consists of phospholipids) ensures that the cells’ integrity remains optimized. This is necessary for our cell to carry out many functions.

Some of them being:   

  • DNA synthesis  
  • Energy production (adenosine triphosphate)  
  • Breakdown of nutrients and foreign bodies


Phospholipids are essential for the structure of the cell and organelle membrane. When the membrane gets damaged, cell permeability increases, disrupting the intracellular environment and will lead to a decreased nutrient absorption and an increase of foreign bodies entering the cell. The brain contains approximately 100 billion cells. Phospholipids protect and stimulate the cell to send and receive electrical impulses necessary for all bodily processes such as nerve communication, enzyme production, and white blood cell synthesis. NuHuman’s Cellular Upgrade contains phospholipids that will rebuild and renew the cell membranes, optimizing the absorption of nutrients, oxygen, and glucose to facilitate cellular and bodily processes. Without proper cellular function, the body and mind will degenerate.

 

ADHD Sherbet:

NuHuman’s ADHD sherbet contains all the amino acids necessary to synthesize proteins, neurotransmitters, neuromodulators and stimulate blood flow to the brain. This will increase the central nervous systems’ concentration of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. Our well-balanced sherbet will improve sleeping patterns, enhance cognitive performance, and increase mood state. Our mineral and vitamin blend ensures that blood glucose metabolism is optimized and utilized, maintaining energy levels and ensures that protein breakdown does not occur. The immune system is strengthened, equipping the body to fight off any pathogens it may encounter.

 

Opti-Mind:

Free radicals caused by oxidative damage and toxic metal accumulation interfere with the brains’ neurotransmitter function and regeneration. This leads to decreased serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, causing a neurological decline and ADHD/ADD symptoms such as poor memory, irritability, anxiety, and insomnia. NuHuman’s Opti-Mind has a potent herbal and amino acid blend. This blend has strong antioxidant properties and will help the body get rid of these free radicals and toxic metals in the brain. Opti-Mind contains ingredients such as Ashwagandha, Turmeric, and Gotu Kola. These herbs have neuroprotective phytochemicals proven to be beneficial in disorders such as ADHD and ADD by improving the brain and nervous system’s signalling pathways. The amino acid blend will aid in protecting and rebuilding the neurotransmitters, maintaining, and optimizing cognitive performance.

 

LLLT for ADHD:

As we know, low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has a wide range of biological benefits. When considering specific effects that LLLT has on the brain, we can acknowledge its benefits on people with learning disabilities, ADHD, and ASD. The term photo biomodulation (PBM) describes red or near-infrared light that can be used for the stimulation, healing, protection, and regeneration of damaged/ dying tissue. This technique optimizes brain function. Research suggests that the brain can reorganize itself after the damage has occurred. Non- invasive brain stimulation (NIBS), such as LLLT, modulates brain plasticity through increasing synaptic strength, regulating neurotransmitters, and modifying neural networks. The wavelengths of LLLT can penetrate deep into brain tissue to stimulate these benefits. Furthermore, ATP production is augmented, as well as DNA and RNA synthesis. Mitochondrial activity is improved, and this allows a shift to higher oxidation. An increase in blood flow increases oxygenation of the brain and replenishes damaged or scar tissue. LLLT improves memory, attention, and mood performance. LLLT is known to reduce irritability and other behavioural symptoms in children with ASD. These positive changes are easily maintained and improved over time. LLLT is just as effective in the treatment of ADHD patients. The beneficial effects are noted in improved sleeping patterns, behavioural patterns, and quality of life.

 

Ozone:

Ozone is a naturally occurring gas formed when electrical discharges in the atmosphere split oxygen molecules to form ozone (O3). Our ozone machines create a short-term ozone environment to enhance your oxygen usage and uptake. Ozone accelerates the rate of glycolysis to generate energy in the form of ATP and NADH that will provide more energy at a cellular level. It is essential to regulate the energy levels by creating them effectively to prevent any energy fluctuations, as seen with people with ADHD and many mental disorders. Ozone helps increase the rate at which oxygen is released from heme groups and increases the red blood cell surface area for better CO2/O2 exchange. This will help create better blood flow and the oxygen that can be used at a cellular level in many biochemical processes that will help make better energy in the body to fight off the stress that also leads to several mental impairments. Better oxygen throughout the body allows for improved immunity and oxidative properties to remove free radicals, toxic metals, and pathogens that disrupt mineral uptake and cellular development; by removing these contaminants, the body can optimally take up nutrients and undergo better neurodevelopment.

GET STARTED

NuHuman Transformation Clinic strives to use natural, holistic, and effective methods to correct bodily errors and achieve all-round homeostasis.
Our goal is to optimize the mind, body, and spirit by allowing the body to restore itself to biological equilibrium. By achieving homeostasis, the body will produce the necessary components that assist with neurodevelopment and neuro-communication. This will improve brain function and mineral utilization for better energy distribution.

GET STARTED

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder that is seen in patients with inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADHD interferes with mental functioning, bodily mechanisms, and development. Inattention (also known as ADD) occurs in individuals that cannot focus, wander off from tasks, lack persistence, are disorganized, and lack comprehension abilities. Hyperactivity in children means that he/she always moves around, fidgets, taps, talks excessively, and is continuously restless. Impulsivity implies the child undergoes hasty actions without thinking about them and could lead to potential harm; these children will interrupt conversations and make decisions without considering long-term outcomes.

GET STARTED

Attention is necessary to take in, retain, and channel information into our short-term memory storage. Once in short-term memory, filtering of information occurs, and only relevant information will be retained as “working memory.” This process also involves logically retaining information. People with learning disabilities struggle to organize information effectively or even lose information, ultimately resulting in useless information processing. Children that have learning disabilities or attention problems struggle to recall any information because there may be a lag in one of the above processes preventing them from retaining any information in the first place.

GET STARTED

ASD is a complicated developmental condition affecting many aspects of life, including social relationships, verbal, and non-verbal communication as well as behavioural patterns. The severity of this disorder ranges from mild to severe; each case is different, not one being the same as the next. Autism is a lifelong condition that is generally diagnosed during early childhood. Although autism is lifelong, many children go on to lead fulfilling lives, independent and self-accomplished. Two major categories of ASD include:

  1. Social interaction and problems with communication
  2. Restricted/repetitive behavioural patterns

 

Many people with autism have average intelligence but exhibit either mild or significant intellectual delays. They are at a greater risk of developing a mental illness, having sleep problems, and seizures. Although the typical ASD diagnosed person experiences the challenges mentioned above, they portray strengths too; these include:

  • The ability to learn with a significant amount of detail and retain information for long periods.
  • The probability of being visual and auditory learners

GET STARTED

Learning disabilities can be predisposed or neurobiological factors that may alter brain functioning, which can affect a child’s’ cognitive skills in the learning process. This leads to an array of learning difficulties such as reading, writing, or solving math problems. Learning disabilities can also affect a child’s ability to organize, plan and reason. It affects short and long-term memory, and attention deficits may be present. Learning disabilities move past academics and impact the personal, work, and social lives of these children. Children with learning disabilities have an average or even above-average intelligence. They are not deficient or lazy learners, often quite the opposite; however, children with learning disabilities struggle with processing information. Their brains are wired differently, and this affects their ability to process and retain information. They seem to have problems reaching their potential and, therefore, struggle to close the gap between their potential and their achievements. Many learning disabilities should not be confused with learning problems; they either appear to be visual, auditory, motor handicaps, emotional disturbances, or economic disadvantages. Examples of learning disabilities are ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Dyspraxia, Dysphasia/aphasia.

GET STARTED

Memory can be characterized into short-term and long-term memory. Each storage type can be described and differentiated by its ability to retain information and its time frame. Long term memory exhibits the ability to retain a limitless amount of information lasting for years. It is a permanent means of information storage. Short term memory is characterized by the temporary storage of more recent events; the ability to recall only some degree of information for only a brief period. The conversion of short-term memory into long term memory: 

Our brains work like computers; information is accepted and stored in our short-term memory, which is then processed, filtered, and transferred into long term memory. Short term memories are habitually converted into long term memories through specific practices such as:

  • Repetition of information to retain it.
  • Clustering smaller bits of information rather than the larger portions of work to retain smaller sections of information at a time.
  • Exercise increases short-term memory through neurogenesis; this ultimately facilitates the transfer of information from short-term to long-term storage.

 

Disease and injury affect the pathway of the conversion of short term to long term memory. Children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or learning disabilities may struggle with just this problem – the retention of information. You may ask a child, displaying ADHD symptoms, to wash the dishes, and a few minutes later, you find him/ her playing outside with the dog. You may assume that he/ she just got distracted or decided to ignore your request for the simple reason that they may not like washing dishes, but in fact, it might be a short-term memory problem. This forgetful nature of the child will cause learning disturbances at school. Children with learning disabilities or ADHD may exhibit the inability to recall information, even for brief periods, or struggle to retrieve information that has been stored in their long-term memory. 

GET STARTED

HTMA is a Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis Test that measures 21 minerals and toxic metals present in the hair sample. Minerals are the “spark plugs” to life and play many critical health-related functions within the body. Hair makes an excellent biopsy material and reveals a clear mineral metabolism record. Hair contains minerals that are deposited during its’ growth. Although the hair is dead, the minerals tend to excrete into the hair while it grows continuously. Minerals and toxic metals are locked inside the hair during the growth stage as the body uses it to store and eliminate minerals. An HTMA reflects long term metabolic activity as it measures an average of mineral accumulation over three months. This is often an advantage as day-to-day variations do not influence the test results in body chemistry due to stress, diet, or other factors. We see a possible link to ADD/ADHD in the test by looking at the levels of Na, K, Cu, Mn, Fe, and Al. If they are at a level higher than ideal, they are considered toxic, causing the mind and body to go into overdrive.

 

Toxic Metals:

Metal toxicity is a common link to ADHD because it impairs the development of a child’s mind and body. Heavy metals are stored in soft tissue areas, including the brain, which leads to impairments in mental functioning by preventing neural development. Heavy metals also contribute to mitochondrial dysfunction, which is catastrophic to a child’s energy levels as well as cognitive development. Metals we can possibly link to ADD, and ADHD are high levels of Aluminium, Manganese, Copper, and occasionally Iron. When these metals reach a certain level, they are toxic and extremely dangerous to the body as a whole. 

 

Copper Fluctuations:

Studies have shown that copper is linked to neurological functioning and neurodevelopment. Copper helps synthesize the neurons, which establish better communication between the mind and body for optimal cellular development. Although required for neural development, this trace mineral can be toxic in the brain if in high amounts. Copper in excess will contribute towards a free-radical production resulting in severe mental impairments if not treated. Free radical build-up causes neural and cellular degeneration, thus contributing towards ADHD symptoms.

 

Energy:

The HTMA allows us to see possible trends that could occur in the body and how the energy levels could potentially fluctuate. The thyroid and adrenal glands are the major components in the body that contribute to the oxidation of food into useable energy. Therefore, if either of these glands is impaired, there will be energy fluctuations. Iron is also a significant contributor to how energy pathways are utilized because iron transports oxygen throughout the body. If iron is impaired, the oxygen cannot be fully used in biochemical pathways to efficiently manufacture energy. Iron stress also leads to fatigue, which affects the mind and body, thus contributing to the energy fluctuations seen in children with ADHD.

 

Dry Blood Spot Test:

A dry blood spot test is a bio sample test, where a few drops of blood are blotted and dried onto absorbent filter paper. The dry blood spot test will determine which amino acids are deficient and might indicate an imbalance of cofactors and enzymes. Amino acids are crucial for protein synthesis, DNA transcription, enzyme production, and building neurotransmitters. Vitamins and minerals (called cofactors) help enzymes with amino acid metabolism. 

There are two basic types of amino acids:

  • Non-essential amino acids. These are generally produced by the body when required.
  • Essential amino acids are not produced in the body and need to be taken in from diet or supplements. 

The brain uses specific amino acids such as tryptophan, histidine, and arginine to synthesize neurotransmitters and neuromodulators. All of which are essential amino acids. Tryptophan depletion is linked to a decrease in serotonin in the central nervous system. The lack of serotonin disrupts the circadian rhythm and destabilizes mood regulation. Taurine is responsible for membrane stabilization and calcium signalling in neurotransmitters. Without Taurine, the brains’ ability to send and receive chemical messages from one neurotransmitter to another is inhibited. The body converts arginine into a chemical called nitric oxide. This increases blood flow, supplying the brain with more oxygen. Increasing oxygen supply can improve memory, alertness, and intelligence. 

 

In conclusion, a deficit in essential amino acids may worsen:

  • Memory
  • Mood Regulation
  • Insomnia
  • Cognitive Function

GET STARTED

Stress Response:

When our bodies are under stress, we lose essential electrolytes, such as calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium. This is due to the thyroid and adrenal glands having to work overtime to cope with the stress. Brain function is left impaired, as electrolytes are necessary to conduct the electrical impulses from one neurotransmitter to another. Children with ADHD/ADD could have impaired adrenal function and lead to decreased sodium and excessive excretion of potassium. It is essential to keep these minerals balanced. They are critical to support the adrenal glands’ function, which means that both essential minerals are left bio-unavailable within the body. This places the body under even more stress and causes inflammation. NuHuman’s Stress Response replenishes the diminished electrolytes and helps the body deal with stress by supporting the adrenal glands and thyroid with our bioavailable mineral blend. This results in the nervous system functioning optimally, ensuring sufficient energy, cognitive clarity as well as the ability to prevent emotional distress.

 

Cellular Upgrade:

Cells are the physical building blocks of our body. The cell membrane (consists of phospholipids) ensures that the cells’ integrity remains optimized. This is necessary for our cell to carry out many functions.

Some of them being:   

  • DNA synthesis  
  • Energy production (adenosine triphosphate)  
  • Breakdown of nutrients and foreign bodies


Phospholipids are essential for the structure of the cell and organelle membrane. When the membrane gets damaged, cell permeability increases, disrupting the intracellular environment and will lead to a decreased nutrient absorption and an increase of foreign bodies entering the cell. The brain contains approximately 100 billion cells. Phospholipids protect and stimulate the cell to send and receive electrical impulses necessary for all bodily processes such as nerve communication, enzyme production, and white blood cell synthesis. NuHuman’s Cellular Upgrade contains phospholipids that will rebuild and renew the cell membranes, optimizing the absorption of nutrients, oxygen, and glucose to facilitate cellular and bodily processes. Without proper cellular function, the body and mind will degenerate.

 

ADHD Sherbet:

NuHuman’s ADHD sherbet contains all the amino acids necessary to synthesize proteins, neurotransmitters, neuromodulators and stimulate blood flow to the brain. This will increase the central nervous systems’ concentration of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. Our well-balanced sherbet will improve sleeping patterns, enhance cognitive performance, and increase mood state. Our mineral and vitamin blend ensures that blood glucose metabolism is optimized and utilized, maintaining energy levels and ensures that protein breakdown does not occur. The immune system is strengthened, equipping the body to fight off any pathogens it may encounter.

 

Opti-Mind:

Free radicals caused by oxidative damage and toxic metal accumulation interfere with the brains’ neurotransmitter function and regeneration. This leads to decreased serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, causing a neurological decline and ADHD/ADD symptoms such as poor memory, irritability, anxiety, and insomnia. NuHuman’s Opti-Mind has a potent herbal and amino acid blend. This blend has strong antioxidant properties and will help the body get rid of these free radicals and toxic metals in the brain. Opti-Mind contains ingredients such as Ashwagandha, Turmeric, and Gotu Kola. These herbs have neuroprotective phytochemicals proven to be beneficial in disorders such as ADHD and ADD by improving the brain and nervous system’s signalling pathways. The amino acid blend will aid in protecting and rebuilding the neurotransmitters, maintaining, and optimizing cognitive performance.

 

LLLT for ADHD:

As we know, low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has a wide range of biological benefits. When considering specific effects that LLLT has on the brain, we can acknowledge its benefits on people with learning disabilities, ADHD, and ASD. The term photo biomodulation (PBM) describes red or near-infrared light that can be used for the stimulation, healing, protection, and regeneration of damaged/ dying tissue. This technique optimizes brain function. Research suggests that the brain can reorganize itself after the damage has occurred. Non- invasive brain stimulation (NIBS), such as LLLT, modulates brain plasticity through increasing synaptic strength, regulating neurotransmitters, and modifying neural networks. The wavelengths of LLLT can penetrate deep into brain tissue to stimulate these benefits. Furthermore, ATP production is augmented, as well as DNA and RNA synthesis. Mitochondrial activity is improved, and this allows a shift to higher oxidation. An increase in blood flow increases oxygenation of the brain and replenishes damaged or scar tissue. LLLT improves memory, attention, and mood performance. LLLT is known to reduce irritability and other behavioural symptoms in children with ASD. These positive changes are easily maintained and improved over time. LLLT is just as effective in the treatment of ADHD patients. The beneficial effects are noted in improved sleeping patterns, behavioural patterns, and quality of life.

 

Ozone:

Ozone is a naturally occurring gas formed when electrical discharges in the atmosphere split oxygen molecules to form ozone (O3). Our ozone machines create a short-term ozone environment to enhance your oxygen usage and uptake. Ozone accelerates the rate of glycolysis to generate energy in the form of ATP and NADH that will provide more energy at a cellular level. It is essential to regulate the energy levels by creating them effectively to prevent any energy fluctuations, as seen with people with ADHD and many mental disorders. Ozone helps increase the rate at which oxygen is released from heme groups and increases the red blood cell surface area for better CO2/O2 exchange. This will help create better blood flow and the oxygen that can be used at a cellular level in many biochemical processes that will help make better energy in the body to fight off the stress that also leads to several mental impairments. Better oxygen throughout the body allows for improved immunity and oxidative properties to remove free radicals, toxic metals, and pathogens that disrupt mineral uptake and cellular development; by removing these contaminants, the body can optimally take up nutrients and undergo better neurodevelopment.

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E-mail: info@nuhuman.co.za
Tel: 066 104 7271
Address: NuHuman, 4 Graham Road,
In-Shere Centre, Pretoria, South Africa


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E-mail: info@nuhuman.co.za
Tel: 066 104 7271
Address: NuHuman, 4 Graham Road,
In-Shere Centre, Pretoria, South Africa


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