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ADD and ADHD Treatment – A Drug-Free Solution

Attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have become a major problem in modern society, affecting 1 in 14 school-age children and approximately 4% of the adult population. ADD/ADHD affects an individual’s inability to concentrate, concentrate, and follow up on careers, relationships, friendships, and family upsets. Over time, the classification and treatment of people with ADD/ADHD moved from psychology to medicine and psychiatry. The question is – what can I do to get rid of ADD/ADHD? One of the scariest aspects of ADD/ADHD is the substances that are prescribed for treatment. These drugs often have the horrific side effect of simply swapping or stacking one problem on top of another (potentially debilitating or even causing psychosis).

What is surprising is how effective natural, non-drug whole food nutrition is in addressing many of the problems attributed to drug free ADD and ADHD treatment. Because with every symptom and every disease there is an underlying nutritional deficiency that needs to be considered.

Behind ADD and ADHD, What Causes Attention Deficit Problems? Case growth should easily point to environmental or nutritional exposure. In fact, ADD/ADHD should be called a disorder, not a disease, as it has become clear that it is associated with nutritional deficiencies.

It has now been established that there is not enough norepinephrine in the limbic systems in people with ADD/ADHD. Another important fact to note is that a significant proportion of those who suffer are male. In addition to high levels of physical sensitivity, those who suffer are also low in calcium, especially magnesium (which explains the cravings for chocolate because chocolate is high in magnesium). Food Science Researcher states, “This is because both B-vitamins and essential fatty acids are involved in stimulating nerve impulses in and out of the brain. Vitamin B-complexes in natural foods address emotional and mental functions. Without these nutrients, mood changes, Anxiety, inability to concentrate, depression, and other symptoms known to people with ADD.”

How is ADD treated? Interestingly, about 10% of children with ADHD do not respond to drugs. This can be a complex blessing. So, what can you do about ADD/ADHD? The answer to this question is actually very simple. The following actions will undoubtedly improve your health.

  • Eliminate refined grains (such as white flour and refined flour products) from your diet.
  • Sugar Removal (Sugar goes by many names, so don’t be fooled by glucose, corn syrup, sorbitol, mannitol, grape juice concentrate, brown sugar, etc.)
  • Substitute water or herbal tea for all carbonated drinks, fruit drinks, and milk
  • Eat fish, flaxseed oil, or cod liver oil (omega 3 essential fatty acids)
  • Studies show that fresh air and green nature can help with ADD/ADHD.
  • Start taking organic and/or natural whole food nutritional supplements

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