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Asperger’s syndrome is a developmental disorder and is a form of autism spectrum disorder. Younger people with this condition have difficulty relating to others socially, and their behavior and thinking patterns can be repetitive. Children and teens with Asperger’s Syndrome can speak with others and perform pretty well in schoolwork.  However, they have trouble understanding social situations and subtle forms of communication.

Symptoms and Diagnosis of Asperger’s in Adults

Adults with asperger’s syndrome have few cognitive or language skill delays. In fact, you may have above-average intelligence. Many of these can significantly affect daily life.

Signs and symptoms of asperger’s syndrome can be divided into three major parts:

  1. Emotional and behavioral symptoms
  • Repetitive behavior
  • Abnormal response to sensory stimuli
  • Unable to understand emotional issues
  • Exaggerated emotional response
  1. Communication symptoms
  • Lack of eye contact
  • Face difficulties in social interaction
  • Speech difficulties
  • Exceptional verbal skills
  1. Other symptoms
  • Obsession
  • Clumsiness

Currently, there’s no specific test that can diagnose Asperger’s syndrome in adults. There are no current diagnostic criteria for the condition in adults either.

Criteria your healthcare provider may consider include:

  • Social observations: Your healthcare provider may ask about your social life. They want to assess your social skills and your interactions with others. This can help them gauge how significantly your symptoms affect this area of your life.
  • Physical issues: Your doctor will want to rule out possible underlying health conditions that could account for your symptoms.
  • Other conditions: People with AS frequently experience anxiety, depression, and hyperactivity. In fact, AS may be misdiagnosed as one of these conditions. When a trained specialist can examine you, however, it’s more likely that you’ll receive a proper diagnosis.

Asperger’s syndrome in adults is currently diagnosed without a particular test or clinical diagnosis. Some folks may want to take an adult self-assessment test. While this is not a diagnosis, it may provide valuable information that may be discussed with a doctor. Some individuals would rather avoid the test and go directly to their doctor.

How is Asperger’s Treated in Adults?

There’s no specific cure for Asperger’s syndrome. However, these treatments may help autistic adults contend with symptoms and difficulties.

  1. Cognitive behavioral therapy: A therapist can help you cope with some of the emotional effects of autism, such as social isolation and anxiety. They can also help you learn new social skills, making engaging with others more accessible and less frustrating.
  2. Speech therapy: A speech pathologist can work with you to learn voice control and modulation.
  3. Vocational therapy: Most autistic adults can maintain full-time, successful jobs. However, some people may face career-related difficulties. A vocational therapist can help you solve your work issues to continue success.
  4. Stem Cell Therapy: Stem cells effectively manage various neurological conditions. It could be beneficial for people with Asperger’s Syndrome or ASD in reducing the symptoms
  5. Medications: In adulthood, prescription drugs may treat individual symptoms, such as anxiety or hyperactivity. Some healthcare providers may also prescribe medications to reduce symptoms of asperger’s. These medications include stimulants, antipsychotics, and serotonin reuptake inhibitors.

Stem cell therapy for autism in India has shown considerable promise in recent years and is being intensively studied. The technique is identical to that of other stem cell transplants. Stem cells are harvested from all cells, either from the patient’s adipose tissues or from a matched donor. Following that, these cells are checked for infection. Stem cells are next enriched and activated under controlled circumstances. Then, with the assistance of specialist equipment, these stem cells are supplied to the patient.

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