Majid Ali, M.D.
For more than three decades I have strived to raise awareness of the toxic conditions of the womb to which the unborn are exposed to incrementally during the time of their greatest vulnerability, the first three months of gestation. The title of this article in my Child Development Course should not surprise anyone. Toxicities of the womb do not begin with the pregnancy. Rather they accumulate steadily if the future mother’s:
* Functional nutritional deficiencies
* Undetected and unmanaged food, mold, and other allergies
* Sugar and antibiotic abuse
* Stress of frustrations, disappointments, resentment, and anger
* Substance abuses
.* Environmental pollutants
* Toxic metal load
The Oxygen Model of Mental Health and Disorders
I proposed my Oxygen Model of Mental Health and Disorder as an extension of my Oxygen Model of Health and Disease. It is a unifying model that explains all aspects of mental health and mental disorders—causes, clinical course, consequences, and control—on the basis of altered oxygen signaling. These abnormalities essentially begin during fetal life and continue through infancy, and childhood. This model is based on a biologist view of the brain development and neurotransmission. Autism is not a psychological or psychiatric disorder.
* Articles in Child Development Course
For articles listed below, please go to http://www.drali1.org
or all articles listed below)
k The Toxic Womb State
k Oxygen-impaired Womb and Behavior Disorders
k Pre-birth Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders
k Womb Detox During Pregnancy
k Womb Detox During In Vitro Fertility
k Rising Prevalence of Autism Spectrum
k Autism Epidemic in China
k I Predict Autism Epidemics in China and India
k Every Child Is Born A Scientist
k Our Breathe – The Best First-aid
k What Is Oxygen?
k Mercury, Toxic Womb State, and the Autism Spectrum
k Corporate Child Abuse
k Limbic Breathing for Children With Anxiety and Asthma
k What Is Life Span?
k What Does Water Do in Metabolism?
k What Is the Immune System?
k What Is Blood Pressure?
k Causes of High Blood Pressure