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Autism & Asperger's syndrome

This testimonial was from a mother who has son with Autism and Asperger's syndrome. Her son was 29 years old when she wrote this testimonial. 

- My son was diagnosed with high-functioning autism and Asperger's syndrome as a child. Even as he grew older, he had difficulty with speech comprehension and organizing his thoughts. He seemed constantly angry and resistant to what others said.

I began giving him Bio Normalizer (BN) out of a hope to alleviate his chronic bronchitis, which wasn't improving despite treatment. Despite his reluctance, I persuaded him to start taking 3 grams (1 sachet = 4 tablets) daily from 2007 onwards. About a year and a half later, his bronchitis symptoms nearly disappeared. As we increased the dosage to 6 grams (2 sachets = 8 tablets), his bouts of anger and resistance decreased, and by 2012, he was able to work outdoors.

Around May 2015, symptoms of muscular dystrophy began to appear, and by July, we increased his intake to 9 grams (3 sachets = 12 tablets). He switched to indoor work.

When it had been about a month and a half since he started eating 9 grams, he said clearly, "Mom! The bike has tilted." It was the first time in 29 years since birth that he had clearly said, "Mom." "Oh, you said it very well," I hugged him tightly.

The next day, he said, "Mom! When I press around my ears, it makes a squishy sound." When I asked, "Since when?" he promptly replied, "Since this morning." I was so surprised and touched by his clear answer.

We are deeply grateful to Bio-Normalizer.

◉ His ability to communicate improved further. When I accidentally served the same dish for lunch, he said, "The dish is the same, but no complaints." It was a conversation filled with gratitude.

◉ He started to display typical autistic behavior less often. When shoes were missing from their usual place by the door, he gently informed me, "Mom, the shoes are not here."

◉ He also showed consideration for others. During a hospital stay for ear surgery due to otitis media, he encouraged me not to visit daily, as it was far from home. Knowing his concerns for me filled me with happiness, prompting me to visit him every day. 

◉ He spent time alone during his hospital stay, surprising us by concentrating on reading video game novels for more than 30 minutes.

◉ After surgery, when I explained how to take BN, he simply said, "I understand," and ate it without fuss. His planned two-week hospital stay was reduced to one week.

When he visited my grandmother's house, he used to always say, "No," when asked to do something. However, last autumn, when he was asked to pick persimmons, he replied, "Sure!" and picked every last one neatly. My grandmother was overjoyed.

◉ After work, we arranged to meet at the station entrance. He had to get off at a different bus stop on his way, but he still arrived at the meeting place at the agreed time.

◉ He was present when his paternal grandmother passed away. Without being perturbed by the situation, he held his grandmother's hand and expressed heartfelt gratitude, saying, "Grandma, thank you!" Those present were very surprised to see this behaviour, even in his first experience of such a situation.

◉ Saturday, 9th January, 2016
He usually takes a bath every day at 9:00 p.m. It's my motherly duty to prepare the bath for him, but I happened to catch a cold and was bedridden, so I couldn't do it. For the first time, he prepared the bath himself and even put a heat-retaining sheet on to ensure the water stayed warm for other people. He became capable of taking care of himself and even considering the next person who would use the bath.

◉ He couldn't associate people's names with their characteristics or personalities. Recently, he has been able to mention his friends' names and talk about their strengths or things he admires about them.

◉ He also began associating people's names with their characteristics and personalities, a skill he hadn't demonstrated before. Recently, he even discusses his friends' strengths and what impresses him about them.


The original source of the testimonial in Japanese can be found here.