7 ways to use the Rezzimax Tuner Pro

7 ways to use the Rezzimax Tuner Pro

Not all vibration devices are created in the same way as they don’t all create the resonance that your brain needs in order to heal.
Some operate like an electric toothbrush, they only vibrate and make some noise.

The Rezzimax tuner Pro has been programmed with different frequencies. Each frequency designed to send a different message to the brain.

We have been using it for the last year and have noticed amazing changes with our boys : better speech and articulation, improved hand-writing , better emotional regulation and improved comprehension.

How can you use the Rezzimax Tuner Pro?

You can use the Rezzimax Tuner Pro in a variety of ways and as my audience is mainly interested in sensory integration , learning difficulties and autism related theraphy I focus my attention on ways to help these kids but there can be many other ways to use the Rezzimax Tuner Pro.


1.Gut issues – The tuner wakes up the GI system by activating the vagus nerve it can help with tummy issues and constipation.


2.Helps integrate primitive reflexes faster : Primitive reflexes are a barrier to normal development and as a result many of the kids on the Spectrum struggle with a variety of issues such as bed wetting, focus, concentration, behavioral issues, sleep, eating and many more.
For example:
By integrating palmer reflex we can see improved hand writing and better ball skills.
By integrating the Spinal Galant reflex we can treat bed wetting.

3.Improved speech : Improved speech can be done by various ways :
Integrating the rooting reflex with the Rezzimax Tuner Pro.
Activating facial muscles with the tuner.


4. Migraine relief – by placing the Rezzimax on an acupuncture point above the eyebrow or by placing it on the head going back and forth.


5. Help to build up stronger core – having a strong core is vital . There is a strong correlation between strong core and a healthy brain. One way to activate the core muscles is to strap the Rezzimax on the stomach while doing sit-ups.


6. Helps relax tight muscles – When it comes to tight muscles and pain the tuner is your friend. use it on the sore muscles directly singing or humming at the same time can help our body to sync in with the tuner even faster.


7.Helps with Emotional regulation – Knowing how to facilitate emotional regulation is an important skill to have for parents of kids on the spectrum .
There are many ways we can help kids dealing with anxiety such as:
breathing, yoga and meditation.
By using the Rezzimax we activate the vagus nerve that activates our parasympathetic system and helps us be in a relaxed state and avoid the ‘fight or flight’ state that leads to further anxiety and distress.


Here is a short video to show how can the Rezzimax Tuner Pro can be used in the mouth to help with speech and articulation.

And yet, this is an amazing device that can help in so many ways.

Share with me in the comments the way you are using it and how does it help you in your daily activities.

5 daily challenges to improve articulation

5 daily challenges to improve articulation

5  fun activities that improve speech and articulation :

  1.  Blowing bubbles through straws  in different capacity containers.
  2.  Sucking  sugar-free lollipops.
  3. Blowing  different kinds of whistles . @talktool have a  wonderful assortment ( see photo).
  4. Bite down on baby chewing toys . ( like vibrating tethers ).
  5. Make tongue movements :  Putting peanut butter on his lips so he had to use his tongue to lick it off  or  looking in the mirror while moving his tongue , and putting a sugar free M&M sized sweet in his mouth and  getting him to move it from side to side with his tongue.

Doing these activities on a daily basis is the key to success.

lollipop autism results
lollipop autism results
Squegg for better hand writing.

Squegg for better hand writing.

Squegg is a lovely device that comes in 2 colors coral  or Mint. It is a squeeze ball that looks like an egg and is connected to  an application on your phone through blue-tooth . 

Once you squeeze it:

  1. It checks your grip strength
  2. Every time you squeeze the data is recorded.

Squegg is both for adults and children .   It can be used as a therapeutic tool or just as a fun activity to strengthen the grip .  Nowadays with a generation of kids who play with ipad, phones and xbox they often lack the grip that is needed for hand writing  .  Grip strength is a representation of our health. 

Children can benefit from it in many ways : hand writing , concentration, focus , music lessons , tennis and  anxiety.

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5 tips on how to improve hand-eye coordination and improve your reading and writing .

5 tips on how to improve hand-eye coordination and improve your reading and writing .

When our son started school at the age of 5 and could not form any letters , I had bought a variety of  programs which intended to help him to trace and track the letters  but it didn’t help .

I have listed  how we overcame this disability and learnt to write . Now his hand writing is clear and legible .

1.  Primitive reflexes :  We all have active neurological reflexes present in our central nervous system , those enable us to function as we do in a day to day life . We  are born ,with a number of primitive reflexes, and those facilitate our development in the womb and make it possible for us to undergo the natural birthing process as well as stimulating  our natural development during our early life .  They are tested at birth , and when present , indicate   that the neurological development in the womb is as it should be .  After that, they hang around until we reach certain developmental milestones , such as smiling for the first time or taking the first step, and are able to to perform normal infantile movements in the correct manner . Once we reach that stage , they have no further play in our life and our brains inhibits or removes them from our central nervous system .   As the primitive reflexes are inhibited or removed , they are replaced  by postural neurological reflexes, which remain active in our central nervous system for the rest of our lives, ensuring that we can undertake normal daily movement patterns.  BUT when these primitive reflexes stay from some reason or other in our central nervous system they are a BARRIER TO NORMAL DEVELOPMENT. some of the symptoms include : *Difficulty with visual tracking and crossing the midline.

  • Difficulty with reading and following a line of text.  easily losing their place when reading.
  • Difficulty reading small print.
  • Double vision.
  • poor listening skills.
  • poor handwriting and difficulty coping written script.
  • difficulty with spelling.
  • poor hand eye coordination.
  • impulsive and emotionally immature for their age.

For more information on the primitive reflexes please refer the chapter under the same name in my book.    

 

 

 

 

 

2.   Activities for crossing the midline :

3. Throwing and catching balls , hitting balls  and jumping.    The jumping movement is good for the child’s brain because , like all movement , it provides a lot of stimulus to the vestibular system , which then sends impulses to the cerebrum, thereby helping to develop the neural pathways and rewire the brain . Research shows that brain functions such as reading, comprehension , memory and the ability to evaluate and do mathematics are deeply affected by activities that stress balance, efficiency and spatial awareness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. play dough:

5. Therapeutic listening : In short , it’s an approach that recognizes that listening goes well beyond the ears and is a function of the brain . The way we listen affects the way we behave, and so to that end , therapeutic listening uses sound training together with sensory integrative techniques that don’t just stimulate the auditory system but also help rewire those parts of the brain that enable us to hear .  What’s more, it can help people who exhibit a myriad of behavior types .

Peaceful Parenting

A family member told me recently:  “I would rather read the Metro than reading your book”

The  first day I cried,  the second day I reflected and the third I laughed so loud thinking who cares… 

Is your parenting criticized by friends and family ?

How do you cope with constant looks from neighbors when your child has a meltdown?

What do you say to your family members when they tell you to be tougher with your kids?

How do you negotiate effectively with your child?

 

You probably heard similar sentences  before…..

‘One slap and you will teach him a lesson’

If you were my child I would give you for adoption’

‘Why don’t you just ignore him and let him come back to his senses.’

 

You are the parent, you know your child best  and NO this is not going to work because violence doesn’t get resolved with more violence and punishment will just send the wrong message and will alienate you from your child.

Empathy and reflection when done calmly might go against your instant instincts or against the way you were brought up as a child but I believe this is the way to go.

As a parent your ‘job’  is to help listen and emphasize with your child’s frustration, reflect and let your child understand how to correct his or her behavior in a peaceful manner

As a result your child understands that you understand their frustration and their feelings and that you will do so in the future with unconditioned love and support when your child needs you the most.

Listen to my podcast with Dr. Laura Markham

Your initial respond to a shrinking scream would be to shout back at your child or raise your voice,  it isn’t  natural for a parent to think about calming and soothing your child first when your child is aggressive towards you however.  it is an opportunity to get closer to your child and understand that the behavior is a reflection of their feelings and their build up frustration.

Sometimes is the lack of words to express themselves or the ability to moderate and calm down, then breathing is the key to regulate your child.

There is always a trigger, a child doesn’t just ‘go mad’ out of the blue- Go and find out why and don’t ignore the child feelings, time in this case will not solve it.

By reflecting and having a discussion about your child feelings we understand the child and strengthen the relationship for years to come.

 

The strength is within you to find the right balance and build the relationship with your children the way you want it to be.

Parents of ‘differently wired children’ get often misjudged or criticized by other parents who don’t understand your parenting style or your actions.

Listen to your inner voice to guide you in your relationship with your children and  base it on empathy unconditional love rather than violence  punishments and bribe.

I told my brother that it is entirely his choice to read the Metro. many parents (including those who needs it the most) will not try  it but those who who will follow peaceful parenting principles are promised to see results.

 

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