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Exclusive Opti Human Bundle: 12-Week Primitive Reflex Program + Bonus Neuro Course

Boost your brainpower with Opti Human's exclusive bundle! Join our 12-Week Primitive Reflex Program to improve how your brain works. Plus, get a bonus OAFMS course to learn more about how your brain develops. Discover the secrets to a healthier brain and start your journey today!
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12-Week Primitive Reflex Program

Begin a specially designed program aimed at enhancing fundamental body reflexes. Progress through key reflex stages such as the Moro reflex, TLR, ATNR, STNR, guiding you step by step through a thorough process of improvement.
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OAFMs Impact on Neurological Development Including Retained Primitive Reflexes

Learn about Oral Airway Functional Maldevelopment Syndrome (OAFMS) in our course. Understand how issues facial development and with breathing can affect a child's brain and behavior. Find out how to help improve these issues for a better life. Join us to make a difference in children's health.

Why Choose the Exclusive Opti Human Bundle?

Starting a journey to great health and well-being means looking at every part of your body, including how you move and how your brain works. The Exclusive Opti Human Bundle, which includes the 12-Week Primitive Reflex Program and an extra course on how important primitive reflexes are to neurological development, is made to give you a full plan to reach your best physical and peak brain health. Here's why this bundle is a crucial choice for your health:

A Complete Health Plan

This bundle uses the latest Neuroscience combined with practical exercises to tackle the basis of your health. The 12-Week Primitive Reflex Program focuses on developing our primitive reflexes. These are automatic movements that are hard wired by the brain to develop control of our bodies when we are babies. As we grow up, these movements should blend into our regular movements, but sometimes they don't, which can cause problems like clumsiness, trouble paying attention, or other delays in development. By working through our program, you can help sort out these basic brain pathways, leading to better coordination, focus, and overall brain function.

Learn from Experts

The additional Neuro Course in our bundle is led by Dr. Scott Wustenberg, CEO of Opti Human. Dr. Wustenberg has a strong background in health and science, with degrees including an MSC in Nutritional Medicine, a B.SC in Physiology/Biochemistry, and a B.SC in Chiropractic, he is a fellow of the Australian college of Nutritional and Environmental medicine. His deep knowledge in how the body and brain work together makes him a great guide for this course. In this course, Dr. Wustenberg focuses on how certain automatic behaviors, known as primitive reflexes, can affect our brain’s development if they don’t integrate as they should, as we grow. He uses his knowledge to help you understand your nervous system better. This understanding can lead to improvements in how you think, manage your emotions, and maintain mental sharpness.

At Opti Human, we are driven by the belief that everyone can achieve their best with the right support and knowledge. Dr. Wustenberg's leadership in this course provides vital teachings that are clear and practical. By taking part, you will gain insights that can help you make better choices for your health and productivity. This course is an essential part of our mission, helping each person to become the best version of themselves and to live a more enlightened, vibrant, and fulfilling life.

Benefits That Last

The Opti Human Bundle, particularly through the 12-week Primitive Reflex Program, is tailored to promote long-term improvements in neurological and physical development. This program is specially designed to guide the nervous system towards optimal function by utilizing natural body movements. These movements encourage the brain to develop better control over both cognitive functions and physical coordination, enhancing the way individuals interact with their environment.

As participants progress through the program, they can expect significant enhancements in focus and learning. The exercises are also geared towards improving coordination, balance, and overall motor skills, which are crucial for daily activities. Moreover, the integration of primitive reflexes — a key focus of the program — plays a vital role in improving emotional regulation. This can lead to a greater ability to focus and perform in classroom settings and more positive social interactions with peers.

The skills and knowledge gained from the Opti Human Bundle are not just temporary fixes but are designed to be integrated into your daily life, ensuring continuous improvement in brain and body health. This leads to real, lasting changes that enhance the quality of life, making this program an invaluable investment in your long-term well-being.

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The Opti Human Bundle is more than a set of exercises and classes; it's a promise to keep your health and performance at their best. By dealing with many common issues at their root, the Exclusive Opti Human Bundle helps you on your way to a more balanced, energetic, and improved life. Sign up now and begin your journey to a healthier you!

Frequently Asked Questions

At what age do primitive reflexes disappear?

Primitive reflexes typically disappear by the age of one year, but are considered normal until 3 years of age.

Do adults have primitive reflexes?

Normally, adults do not have primitive reflexes; their presence can indicate an underlying neurological issue, or a failure to have integrated them as a child.

What neurological disorders have primitive reflexes?

Neurological disorders that may exhibit primitive reflexes include cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, ADHD, and AUTISM.

What happens if primitive reflexes are retained?

If primitive reflexes are retained, it can lead to challenges with motor skills, coordination, focus, and sensory processing.

Can you fix retained primitive reflexes?

Yes, retained primitive reflexes can be addressed and integrated through specific therapeutic exercises and activities.

How do you know if your child has retained primitive reflexes?

Signs that your child might have retained primitive reflexes include difficulties with balance, coordination, and fine motor skills.

What causes children to retain primitive reflexes?

Factors leading to the retention of primitive reflexes can include birth trauma, lack of movement in early childhood, and neurological disorders.

Which disability is most likely to retain primitive reflexes?

Cerebral palsy is the disability most commonly associated with retained primitive reflexes.

What happens if primitive reflexes are not integrated?

If primitive reflexes are not integrated, it can result in developmental delays, learning difficulties, and behavioral challenges.

At what age should reflexes be integrated?

Reflexes should be largely integrated by about the age of 12 months.

Can adults have retained primitive reflexes?

Yes, adults can have retained primitive reflexes, which may indicate underlying neurological issues, including concussion.

Are primitive reflexes seen in dementia?

Primitive reflexes can reappear in individuals with dementia, especially in later stages of the disease.

What happens if the ATNR reflex doesn't go away?

If the Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex (ATNR) doesn't integrate, it can affect balance, posture, and coordination, impacting daily activities including writing and grip.

How do you treat retained primitive reflexes in adults?

Treatment for retained primitive reflexes in adults often involves targeted exercises, sensory integration techniques, and other therapies tailored to the individual's needs.

What happens if palmar reflex doesn't go away?

If the palmar reflex, where the palm of the hand grasps when touched, persists, it can affect fine motor skills and hand dexterity.

What does a retained ATNR reflex look like?

A retained ATNR reflex in adults may manifest as difficulty coordinating movements on one side of the body, especially when turning the head.

What are the symptoms of unintegrated ATNR?

Symptoms of unintegrated ATNR can include difficulty with eye-hand coordination, challenges in bilateral movements, and trouble with activities like reading and writing.

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