(VIDEO) The Connection Between Allergies, Asthma, Constipation and Sensory Processing

Lyme Disease, sensory processing problems, allergies, asthma, constipation

In this video, I will address how some symptoms can be interrelated and what you can do to overcome some of these challenges.

A mom asked me about options to help her 11-year-old son who suffers with Lyme disease, sensory processing problems, allergies, asthma, constipation, and more. In this video, I address these issues with some helpful tips that parents can try. There is also a short segment on how constipation can contribute to bedwetting.

If you found this information helpful, here’s a recent article from the blog about weighted blankets that goes into a little more depth.

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