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2021.11.27 01:50 Rare-Weekend4239 Muscle strength and autism

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Aspergers Syndrome Muscle Strength & Prevalence Of Hypotonia
Mari Nosal M.Ed., CECE
Mari Nosal M.Ed., CECE
DPH Licensed Community Health Worker:…
Published Apr 25, 2016


Aspergers Syndrome is a complex neurological disorder that effects more then social and processing skills. Individuals with Aspergers present with an array of physical and neuromuscular maladies such as hypotonia and dysgraphia as well. These challenges can result in deleterious consequences if not understood and addressed. Some, but not all challenges will be explained in my article. Individuals on the autism spectrum may present with low muscle tone and weak muscle strength. Low muscle tone should not be confused with should not be confused with physical strength. Often, the same individual who possesses low muscle tone is physically strong and has no issue lifting heavy objects. Many individuals with Aspergers Syndrome have what is called hypotonia. Hypotonia presents as low muscle tone.

Low muscle tone may cause an individual to appear floppy at times. When muscles function properly, they support organs and joints. Many Aspergians with low muscle tone have issues with sitting up straight at a desk for extended periods of time. One will notice their shoulders will either bow forward, including the neck, or the individual will sit back in the chair tilting their head slightly back or to the side. While the individual is standing for a short period of time, the observer may note that the individual will eventually lean against a wall or object. While standing, legs may be crossed in what appears to be an uncomfortable position. Actually, it is not for the individual. This is due to possessing loose joints caused by weak muscle tone. My son who just happens to have Aspergers , types on his computer laying on his stomach or on his back. He appears to prefer this posture for perusing his computer versus sitting up at a desk or table. As a toddler, he would often sit up and lean forward with his hands on the ground for support.

This is because the muscles are meant to help support the skeletal system and are designed to prevent certain kinds of motion.Muscles that are intended to support the skeletal system versus associating physical strength (physical body strength) , ie lifting heavy objects are not tight in these individuals. Many individuals with hypotonia present with such loose muscles that they appear to be double jointed. I am sure many parents and individuals with Aspergian family members will recognize this trait of hypomobility. Many Aspergians and individuals across the autism spectrum for that matter posess the ability to display unique feats that are reminiscent of rubberman. They may move limbs into positions that appear awkward to the onlooker yet are comfortable for the individual due to loose muscle around the joints in their skeletal system.

Children with Aspergers often find that they're able to very easily carry out feats that require flexibility. I recall my son showcasing his flexible prowess complimented by his uniquely flexible shoulder, knee, wrist and elbow joints with back flips etc. that did not require physical strength. flexibility, but not strength or balance. This is a point that must be discerned. Flexibility is not the same as strength and balance. Due to balance and coordination issues, many of these feats ended with a back flip display stumbling into a piece of furniture or a wall.

Low muscle tone and weak muscle strength: : In my sons case, this caused difficulty in propelling his legs on a swing and possessing the ability to hold his body weight in mid air while maintaining a grip on jungle gym rungs.
Under-developed oral-motor skills: This causes hypersensitivity to food and texture. As children, these individuals on the spectrum often possess a strong gag reflex and swallowing issues. I recall my son gagging on raw carrots, potatoes among many other foods that needed to be chewed or had a thick texture and required swallowing. He also had difficulty coordinating getting food from his spoon into his mouth.
That said, Individuals with Aspergers are generally uncoordinated and awkward. When they are running, their weak muscle tone tends to be present in their gait. Gross and fine motor skills are effected by muscle tone issues as well. Many areas can be impacted such as speech and enunciation, pencil grip due to weak muscle grip and pincer grip challenges, writing and even tying shoes.
Example of joint flexibility:

I intend to write another article in the near future providing tips that worked for us early on to ameliorate these challenges to some degree. ie my son could not tie his shoes until 3rd grade, cried in frustration in second grade if he was asked to perform writing tasks for extended period of time claiming his "hands and fingers hurt". Midline issue are common with hypotonia: Individuals with Aspergers often experience great difficulty performing tasks that require extending their arm across the center of their body that require them to cross their midline such as playing baseball.
Example of joint flexibility:

Many individuals have difficulty with depth perception due to the aforementioned affliction. Or proprioception if you will. I am sure many of us have witnessed loved ones or Aspergians themselves can recall colliding with objects or people, not possessing the capability to mimic other individuals movements or stepping into other individuals personal body space due to poor spatial awareness. The list of challenges is much more extensive but in consideration of space, I will deem examples mentioned as sufficient.
Example of joint flexibility:

Last but most important, hypotonia can be deadly if society is not aware of the possibility that an Aspergian can present hypotonia. If an individual with Aspergers come in contact with the police and are restrained, restraint must be performed with caution! Many adults and children with Aspergers have been critically injured or killed during restraint. When handcuffing and placing these individuals face down on the ground, hood of a car etc. individuals on the spectrum have asphixiated. Aspergians who are hypotonic can not breath in this position as their lungs are stressed due to weak muscle tone in the upper trunk. Being in this position too long places an exorbitant amount of pressure on their lungs which causes the individual to stop breathing.


If I had the ability to extract one fact from this article and tell everyone at an international level how deleterious it is, I would choose the restraint information. I have read about too many Aspergians who have died while being restrained due to inappropriate restraint techniques. My wish would be to never read, nor hear another story regarding an Aspergian or anyone for that matter needlessly being killed or critically injured due to untrained staff. Hypotonia and weak muscle issues are common across the autism spectrum. I selectively chose to bring attention to individuals with Aspergers because they are not quickly identified as developmentally challenged by police. If they are pacing nervously on a sidewalk due to heightened anxiety, staring or a selection of other behaviors, they will be approached with suspicion by police as merely acting odd. Due to their working vocabularies, overt intelligence level etc. many law enforcement agencies do not know how to identify their covert and extensive developmental challenges. Education and training regarding this topic MUST be expanded within society. Individuals lives are at stake.
Remember, never assume that an individual does not have challenges from mere observation. Observe definitely but inquire as well. Not all disabled individuals have obvious challenges that require wheel chairs, canes etc. Some individuals posess challenges that they have learned to hide through use of defense mechanisms or are not obvious to the untrained eye.
Mari Nosal M.Ed. CECE
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2021.11.27 01:50 Rare-Weekend4239 Muscle strength and autism

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Aspergers Syndrome Muscle Strength & Prevalence Of Hypotonia
Mari Nosal M.Ed., CECE
Mari Nosal M.Ed., CECE
DPH Licensed Community Health Worker:…
Published Apr 25, 2016


Aspergers Syndrome is a complex neurological disorder that effects more then social and processing skills. Individuals with Aspergers present with an array of physical and neuromuscular maladies such as hypotonia and dysgraphia as well. These challenges can result in deleterious consequences if not understood and addressed. Some, but not all challenges will be explained in my article. Individuals on the autism spectrum may present with low muscle tone and weak muscle strength. Low muscle tone should not be confused with should not be confused with physical strength. Often, the same individual who possesses low muscle tone is physically strong and has no issue lifting heavy objects. Many individuals with Aspergers Syndrome have what is called hypotonia. Hypotonia presents as low muscle tone.

Low muscle tone may cause an individual to appear floppy at times. When muscles function properly, they support organs and joints. Many Aspergians with low muscle tone have issues with sitting up straight at a desk for extended periods of time. One will notice their shoulders will either bow forward, including the neck, or the individual will sit back in the chair tilting their head slightly back or to the side. While the individual is standing for a short period of time, the observer may note that the individual will eventually lean against a wall or object. While standing, legs may be crossed in what appears to be an uncomfortable position. Actually, it is not for the individual. This is due to possessing loose joints caused by weak muscle tone. My son who just happens to have Aspergers , types on his computer laying on his stomach or on his back. He appears to prefer this posture for perusing his computer versus sitting up at a desk or table. As a toddler, he would often sit up and lean forward with his hands on the ground for support.

This is because the muscles are meant to help support the skeletal system and are designed to prevent certain kinds of motion.Muscles that are intended to support the skeletal system versus associating physical strength (physical body strength) , ie lifting heavy objects are not tight in these individuals. Many individuals with hypotonia present with such loose muscles that they appear to be double jointed. I am sure many parents and individuals with Aspergian family members will recognize this trait of hypomobility. Many Aspergians and individuals across the autism spectrum for that matter posess the ability to display unique feats that are reminiscent of rubberman. They may move limbs into positions that appear awkward to the onlooker yet are comfortable for the individual due to loose muscle around the joints in their skeletal system.

Children with Aspergers often find that they're able to very easily carry out feats that require flexibility. I recall my son showcasing his flexible prowess complimented by his uniquely flexible shoulder, knee, wrist and elbow joints with back flips etc. that did not require physical strength. flexibility, but not strength or balance. This is a point that must be discerned. Flexibility is not the same as strength and balance. Due to balance and coordination issues, many of these feats ended with a back flip display stumbling into a piece of furniture or a wall.

Low muscle tone and weak muscle strength: : In my sons case, this caused difficulty in propelling his legs on a swing and possessing the ability to hold his body weight in mid air while maintaining a grip on jungle gym rungs.
Under-developed oral-motor skills: This causes hypersensitivity to food and texture. As children, these individuals on the spectrum often possess a strong gag reflex and swallowing issues. I recall my son gagging on raw carrots, potatoes among many other foods that needed to be chewed or had a thick texture and required swallowing. He also had difficulty coordinating getting food from his spoon into his mouth.
That said, Individuals with Aspergers are generally uncoordinated and awkward. When they are running, their weak muscle tone tends to be present in their gait. Gross and fine motor skills are effected by muscle tone issues as well. Many areas can be impacted such as speech and enunciation, pencil grip due to weak muscle grip and pincer grip challenges, writing and even tying shoes.
Example of joint flexibility:

I intend to write another article in the near future providing tips that worked for us early on to ameliorate these challenges to some degree. ie my son could not tie his shoes until 3rd grade, cried in frustration in second grade if he was asked to perform writing tasks for extended period of time claiming his "hands and fingers hurt". Midline issue are common with hypotonia: Individuals with Aspergers often experience great difficulty performing tasks that require extending their arm across the center of their body that require them to cross their midline such as playing baseball.
Example of joint flexibility:

Many individuals have difficulty with depth perception due to the aforementioned affliction. Or proprioception if you will. I am sure many of us have witnessed loved ones or Aspergians themselves can recall colliding with objects or people, not possessing the capability to mimic other individuals movements or stepping into other individuals personal body space due to poor spatial awareness. The list of challenges is much more extensive but in consideration of space, I will deem examples mentioned as sufficient.
Example of joint flexibility:

Last but most important, hypotonia can be deadly if society is not aware of the possibility that an Aspergian can present hypotonia. If an individual with Aspergers come in contact with the police and are restrained, restraint must be performed with caution! Many adults and children with Aspergers have been critically injured or killed during restraint. When handcuffing and placing these individuals face down on the ground, hood of a car etc. individuals on the spectrum have asphixiated. Aspergians who are hypotonic can not breath in this position as their lungs are stressed due to weak muscle tone in the upper trunk. Being in this position too long places an exorbitant amount of pressure on their lungs which causes the individual to stop breathing.


If I had the ability to extract one fact from this article and tell everyone at an international level how deleterious it is, I would choose the restraint information. I have read about too many Aspergians who have died while being restrained due to inappropriate restraint techniques. My wish would be to never read, nor hear another story regarding an Aspergian or anyone for that matter needlessly being killed or critically injured due to untrained staff. Hypotonia and weak muscle issues are common across the autism spectrum. I selectively chose to bring attention to individuals with Aspergers because they are not quickly identified as developmentally challenged by police. If they are pacing nervously on a sidewalk due to heightened anxiety, staring or a selection of other behaviors, they will be approached with suspicion by police as merely acting odd. Due to their working vocabularies, overt intelligence level etc. many law enforcement agencies do not know how to identify their covert and extensive developmental challenges. Education and training regarding this topic MUST be expanded within society. Individuals lives are at stake.
Remember, never assume that an individual does not have challenges from mere observation. Observe definitely but inquire as well. Not all disabled individuals have obvious challenges that require wheel chairs, canes etc. Some individuals posess challenges that they have learned to hide through use of defense mechanisms or are not obvious to the untrained eye.
Mari Nosal M.Ed. CECE
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