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Book and E-book:  Autism Linked to Stationary Bikes, Treadmills, Trampolines and Bouncy Castles 

The Contents of this Book

Introduction

Chapter 1 Gravity and neurological health

Space Sickness and Travel Sickness (space, sea, car, train and airplane sickness)

Chapter 2 - Exercises on Stationary Bikes, Tread Mills, Trampolines and Inflatable Bouncy Castle

Stationary Bike and Voluntary Movement Disorder

Treadmill and Voluntary Movement Disorder

Trampoline and Neuromuscular Activity

Inflatable Bouncy Castle and Early Motor Skill Development

Exercises on a Stationary Bike, Treadmill, Trampoline, Bouncy Castle and Social Skills

Chapter 3 - Movement, Neurological and Musculoskeletal Disorders

Neurological Disorder and Movement Disorder

Temporary Neurological Disorder and Temporary Movement Disorder

Improper Development of Motor Skill and Movement Disorder

Chapter 4 - Balance and Brain

The Sense of Balance

Chapter 5 - Natural Physical and Social Environment

Indigenous Children - Early Motor Skill Development

Amish Children - Early Motor Skill Development

Inuit Children - Early Motor Skill Development

Chapter 6 - Human’s and Animal’s Posture and Motor Skill

Posture and Motor Skill in Humans and Animals

Chapter 7 - Autism prevalence and incidence

The Reason that Boys are far more likely to Develop Autism than Girls

Chapter 8 - Autism and vaccines

Painful Vaccine Injections and Early Childhood Development

Chapter 9 - Autism prevention, treatment and cure

The New Approach to Autism Prevention, Treatment and Cure

Appendix

Explaining the Mystery of the South East Stroke Belt

Sub-contents:

1)  Foreword

2)  Introduction

3)  Physical Geography and Stroke Incidences

4)  The Reasons for the Lower Incidence of Stroke in South Florida

5)  The Reasons for the Higher Incidence of Stroke in North Florida than in South Florida

6)  The Reasons for the Lower Incidence of Stroke in the New York Metropolitan Area

7)  The Reasons for the Racial Disparity in Stroke Incidence

8)  Susceptibility to Stroke when Migrated to Geographical Regions with Lower Incidence of Stroke

9)  Summary
 
 
 

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Exercises that Negatively Affect Neural Development and Physical Health


Treadmill and Voluntary Movement Disorder - Page 4

Trampoline and Neuromuscular Activity – Page 5



Exercises that Positively Affect Neural Development and Physical Health

A few exercises-physical activities which have positive effect on development and health are described in the article “Explaining the Mystery of the South East Stroke Belt”

1)  Foreword – Page 1a

2)  Introduction – Page 1b

3)  Physical Geography and Stroke Incidences – Page 1c

4)  The Reasons for the Lower Incidence of Stroke in Florida – Page 1d

5)  The Reasons for the Higher Incidence of Stroke in North Florida than in South Florida – Page 2a

6)  The Reasons for the Lower Incidence of Stroke in the New York Metropolitan Area – Page 2b

7)  The Reasons for the Racial Disparity in Stroke Incidence – Page 3a

8)  Susceptibility to Stroke when Migrated to Geographical Regions with Lower Incidence of Stroke – Page 3b

9)  Summary – Page 3c

 


 

 

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