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
5 tips to help Anxiety Naturally

5 tips to help Anxiety Naturally

  Craniosacral therapy

Craniosacral therapy : is a gentle way of working with the body using a gentle touch . It is an effective way to help with anxiety and stress.

2. Epsom Salt : Having a bath in Epsom salt helps relieve stress as it helps the body produce serotonin.

Many kids on the Autistic Spectrum are low in the magnesium levels . When salt is dissolved in the warm water the magnesium is absorbed through the skin to help restore magnesium levels in the body which helps promote feeling of calm and relaxation .







3. Essential Oils : Have relaxing effects on many patients .




 The use of Lavender has proven to reduce anxiety and stress, improve sleep and brain function .


4. Meditation -Meditative practice has been used since ancient times to improve health and well being . Guided meditation for kids is a wonderful tool to reduce stress and anxiety as it guides us on how to deal with anxiety feelings and how can the change of mindset also affect the mood and the way we think. How to make the shift from a child who is not regulated and feeling upset into a positive and calm mindset. Introducing breathing techniques….


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5. Exercise : Daily exercise , daily stretches . Experts say physical activity allows children to have a better outlook on life by building confidence, managing anxiety and depression, and increasing self-esteem and cognitive skills.

6. Omega 3 fatty acids : Research has shown that Omega 3 can reduce anxiety. By using Omega-3 brain function had improved including memory Omega 3 is helps with vision development as well.

The best food sources of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids are fish high in both DHA and EPA such as sardines, herring, salmon and tuna. Wild-caught varieties usually are better than “farmed” fish, If you aren’t a fish lover then you could take fish oil supplements containing Omega 3.

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5 tips to help with Sensory Processing difficulties

5 tips to help with Sensory Processing difficulties



 When it comes to sensory challenges there are few ideas that help parents to understand their child better and engage in a fun activity that let the child express their feeling and feel in control of the situation.

Here are some ideas from my latest chat with Lindsey Biel,   

  1. Tactile – de-sensitization : play dough and give the child a cookie cutter , any tool and slowly introduce the touch feeling, Or when using finger paint use a glove , brush and work towards sense of control.
  2. Auditory : use sound reducing ear-muffs which should be available for the difficult noisy experiences.                          In addition implement therapeutic listening -an approach that recognizes that listening goes well beyond the ears and is a function of the brain .
  3. Smell – throw out the house hold garbage on a daily basis.
  4. Vestibular system : Make sure to create opportunities to move at times that are appropriate , like jumping on the trampoline 20 minutes prior to dinner ,so that at dinner time the child won’t have the need to jump around.
  5. proprioceptive input : Have your child help you take out the washing from the washing machine or push the grocery cart at the shop.

Listen to my chat with Lindsey Biel to learn more 

How to help kids with ADHD ?

How to help kids with ADHD ?

Learn about the ‘Brain- Gut’ connection and how can you help your child on to overcome challenges.

Listen to my chat with Jennifer Kozek the author of the book “Healing without Hurting” to learn how and what can you do right now to make the change possible.

Top 5 sensory podcasts parents of children with autism SPD and ADHD should listen to.

Top 5 sensory podcasts parents of children with autism SPD and ADHD should listen to.

With the latest technology changes podcasts became a great information consumption medium  as listeners can download their favorite audio programs and listen to them when they want – an hour or three years after they were published and as podcast listening primarily takes place on smartphones and tablets now people can listen wherever they are.

This is especially true for parents with children on the autistic spectrum including autism ADHA, SPD and Asperger syndrome, its difficult to find the time to chill out and learn new techniques and strategies but more often it is the feeling of community and support that the podcast brings to the listeners which makes it worthwhile listening to.

All of a sudden you feel less isolated and more “Normal” as a parents are exposed to new ways to look at the progress made and are engaged with different specialists and therapists that might help them in different ways they couldn’t imagine before. 

There is good content out there and different ways listeners can tune intro podcasts where the main platforms are Itunes and Spotify but others are competing in this field.

I have listed the top podcasts in the sensory field as for their rich content, creativity and engagement of the listeners  with the host. 

  1. Allison Carter – Allison who is a Pediatric Occupational Therapists discussed in her podcasts ways to help children with sensory processing disorder . In her podcasts she shares different strategies to help children who struggle with fine motor , gross motor and other difficulties connected to our senses such auditory and tactile .Her recommendations are very good and can help many families in their daily routines.

2. Parenting ADHD Podcast: Penny Williams  empowers parents and  helps parents of children with ADHD/Autism cope and thrive .   Through her various podcasts one can get many valid tips  and strategies on how to cope .  How to end the misery of daily fights and turn the daily chaos into a fulfilling parenthood .  We know the challenges are difficult with ADHD but learn how to stop the screaming and shouting and help your kid thrive . Through Penny’s podcast one can learn how to bring the best out of your child. 

3.Dana Latter – The Author of Against the Odds has weekly interviews with specialists from the field of sensory processing disorder and Autism .Through the various interviews Dana hopes to give hope to families and show there is a light at the end of the tunnel . She herself managed to transform her sons’ lives and give them an opportunity to thrive. 

4. Dr Beurken – combines in her podcast nutrition, psychology and her experience as a special education teacher . In her podcasts she brings experts who speak about various behaviour related topics such as anxiety and nutrition. 

5. Debbie Reber: Debbie Hosts a podcast called Tilt which aims to support parents raising differently wired kids . Debbie is passionate about the idea that being differently wired isn’t a deficit, its a difference. She hopes to change the way difference is perceived and experienced in the world so that these exceptional kids and parents raising them can thrive in their schools, their families and their lives.


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90% of the children diagnosed with ADHD, Autism, and other behavioural disorders have them 

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