Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)

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According to me, Foetal Alcohol Syndrome seems to be having a close relationship with the fact of Alcohol and Drug Abuse/Addiction, which in return is linked to Geopathic Stress and Electro Stress as an Underlying Cause.
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Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)

About 30% of women drink while pregnant.
Because of this FAS occurs in 1.5 out of 1000 births in the USA each year.

This is their cry for help…

Stunted growth and physical retardation are common for FAS children.

29% to 50% of FAS babies have a congenital heart disease.
The average IQ of a child with FAS is 65.
The population average is 100.

All children with FAS suffer from severe developmental disabilities.
Cerebellar damage is common and may lead to cerebellar ataxia and epilepsy.

About 90% of FAS children have hearing disorders.
This leads to speech and language delays.

Drinking kills the foetus' neurons and stunts the growth of developing brain cells.
This creates primary cognitive and functional disabilities.
Such as poor memory.
Severe attention deficits.
And mental health problems.

Children with FAS have increased muscle tone and poor coordination.

Links to other Problems (Underlying Causes):

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Geopathic StressGS
Electromagnetic radiation - a health problem?
Insomnia — also directly linked to GS and ES
Birth Defects — also directly linked to GS and ES


Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

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