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Primitive Reflexes [this is always good to have in the back pocket of knowledge little black book]

The Moro reflex is an involuntary response to threat. If it is retained, some long term effects may be motion sickness, poor balance, poor coordination, visual perceptual problems, or difficulty shutting out background noise. The Moro reflex integration exercise is called the bridge.

The Moro reflex is an involuntary response to threat. If it is retained, some long term effects may be motion sickness, poor balance, poor coordination, visu.

Moro Reflex integration exercise.  The link between the retention of this reflex and ADHD is very interesting.

The link between the retention of this reflex and ADHD is very interesting. A lot of kids do this in vision therapy as well.

Moro Reflex Exercises

Retained Moro Reflex or Startle Reflex

The best Moro reflex integration exercise - YouTube

A demonstration of how & why I assess the Moro reflex. A major contributor to anxiety, PTSD and Autism.

The moro reflex: One of the reflexes present in full-term, neurologically intact humans.

Neonatal reflexes and how they continue to effect us if they are retained. Holy Crap I always thought my son's Moro Reflex never went away, and reading this confirms that maybe it didn't.

Moro Reflex Integration Movement - The Bug repinned by theboutiqueot

The Moro reflex known as the startle reflex plays a significant role in sensory integration and is frequency retained in children with autism.

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Retained Moro Reflex or Startle Reflex

Click for More. Moro Reflex, Startle Reflex, Primitive Reflexes, Retained Primitive Reflexes, Neonatal Reflexes, Learning Disabilities

Moro Reflex Test (Erect)

Moro Reflex Test (Erect) brief you tube video

Moro Reflex: The Answer Behind Your Child's Hypersensitivity to Light and Sound | ilslearningcorner.com

MORO REFLEX: The Answer Behind Your Child's Hypersensitivity to Light and Sound

MORO REFLEX: The Answer Behind Your Child's Hypersensitivity to Light and Sound - Integrated Learning Strategies

Moro Reflex Exercise

Retained Moro Reflex or Startle Reflex

The Moro Reflex develops about the thirteens week of gestation. It develops to help protect the baby from danger sensed through the sensory system and take the first breath of life. When a newborn is startled or receives sensory input Read More .

Moro Reflex Test - you tube video 20 sec; drop head, clap in front of chest

Moro Reflex Test - you tube video 20 sec; drop head, clap in front of chest

Tuesdays with Twomey: Moro Reflex and Self Regulation Calming Techniques

Tuesdays with Twomey: Moro Reflex and Self Regulation Calming Techniques

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