There are several muscle testing and acupressure techniques that are effective in helping reintegrate brain function at various levels – neurological, emotional, and electromagnetic. Some people have long-term, continuous loss of brain integration from traumatic experiences, which have severely hindered their brain’s function, requiring more specific and direct interventions.
Crossinology’s Brain Integration Technique (BIT), a non-invasive, drug-free therapeutic technique is a proven method for correcting learning difficulties and addressing imbalances. The technique was developed in 1988 in Melbourne Australia, and was brought by Susan McCrossin to Boulder, Colorado ten years later. It is designed to integrate energetic healing methods into a person’s body and optimize function in any area.
How BIT can treat Dyslexia
Individuals with dyslexia suffer from having mood swings, poor organizational skills, difficulty with reading comprehension, eye tracking issues, and more. For some people with dyslexia, even a simple task such as listing down items is already a frustrating and difficult endeavor.
For those with dyslexia, BIT serves as a non-invasive therapeutic treatment that can help deliver a permanent change. It enables a person with dyslexia to live a fulfilling life by giving them the ability to achieve their full potential.
Dyslexia does not have anything to do with lack of intelligence – it is a disorder characterized by the brain’s difficulty to connect and function in an organized manner.
Instead of using drugs that can potentially have harmful effects, BIT corrects learning difficulties by rewiring the brain, helping a person focus, grasp concepts which were once difficult, and enjoy and understand reading material.
Effective treatment for ADD/ADHD
People suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) find it difficult to hold their focus and concentrate on a task. While impulsive behavior or becoming easily distracted may seem normal, someone with ADD or ADHD experience these behaviors in every situation, whether they’re at home, in school, at the office, or somewhere else.
It is a common misconception that the only way to treat ADD or ADHD is through medication, specifically drugs such as Ritalin or Adderall. A better and much safer alternative is through the Brain Integration Technique, which delivers a permanent change, without the need for any drugs.
The Crossinology Brain Integration Technique corrects ADD or ADHD by restoring the brain’s functions, so it can reach its maximum potential. The technique focuses on the root of the problem, so those struggling with ADD or ADHD can:
- Visualize and correctly spell words
- Memorize and execute a series of instructions
- Comprehend concepts that were once difficult
- Enhance math and reading comprehension
- Have an improved understanding between cause and effect
How long does the technique take?
Depending on the person’s needs, the technique can take between eight to twelve hours. It may also require several sessions over two to three days, or over a longer period of time, depending on your schedule.
For children aged 5-8 who are struggling with ADD or ADHD, it may be more effective if they undergo shorter, half-hour appointments with a short break in between.