Do you have Retained Reflexes?

Retained Reflexes can be the cause of:

 

  • Anxiety and panic disorders
  • Motion sickness
  • Poor balance and coordination
  • Hyper-sensitivity to touch, sound, smell, taste, light (photosensitivity).
  • Over-reactivity
  • Poor hand-eye coordination and visual perception
  • Lowered immune system (prone to catching coughs, colds, etc.)
  • Overactive immune system (allergies)
  • Physical timidity
  • Adverse reactions to drugs
  • Poor stamina/low energy
  • Poor adaptability
  • Mood swings
  • Free-floating anxiety
  • Tense muscle tone
  • Hyperactivity/tiredness
  • Difficulty with making decisions
  • Difficulty with accepting criticism
  • Low self-esteem
  • Poor coordination
  • Poor balance
  • Low physical confidence
  • Poor posture
  • Difficulty telling between left and right
  • Difficulty with contralateral movements such as cross-crawling or marching with opposite arms and legs.
  • Poor sense of physical self

 

Have a look at The Movement and Learning Centre’s Screening Questionnaire

http://www.mlcscotland.com/questionnaire     

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