Natural Treatments for ADHD

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Whether people are getting diagnosed with ADD or ADHD as children says psychologist Edmonton. Or if they are getting diagnosed later in life as adults. They should realize that there have been many improvements in the treatment of people with this neuro development disorder.

Treatment used to include a wide range of medicines such as Ritalin and Adderall. Because doctors had no idea what they were dealing with. Or how to cure it. However, according To a psychologist in Edmonton, there are seven distinct individuals who have ADD. Only one of them responds to medicine.

 

Minimizing The Symptoms of ADHD

 

Therefore, when doctors put children or adults on Ritalin or Adderall, they often end up feeling like zombies, being fatigued, unmotivated, or unable to tolerate the side effects. And in many people, the effectiveness wears off quickly.

Not only that, but Ritalin is considered a schedule two narcotic. Which is placed in the same category as cocaine, amphetamines and morphine for example.

Schedule to narcotics are placed in this category because they have known medical benefits. But in extremely high ability to be abused by the users or others who come in contact with the drug.

Many people avoid getting a diagnosis as a result of this. Because they don’t want to be forced to take narcotics. They also don’t want their children to be prescribed opiates on a daily basis. And while many people and parents are hesitant to put themselves or their children on narcotics. Because doctors frequently just give this as the only option.

They also often try to go the natural way of treating their symptoms. Such as impacting their diet by limiting grains and sugar. As well as increasing healthy fat and protein.

Doctors also recommend getting tested for allergies, limiting their screen time, and getting enough sleep. However, while this can benefit many people. The key is the right diagnosis.

People who suspect that they are suffering from ADD and ADHD can get a quantitative electroencephalogram done. Which is a brain map that can show doctors exactly what is going on in a person’s brain.

They will be able to see what areas of the brain are affected and to what level. Which will allow them to come up with a treatment plan.

Using technology called neuro-feedback, they can measure brain waves. As well as start giving feedback to a person’s brain. In order to give it the information of where it is overreacting and where it is under reacting.

Over time, the brain can use this information to change and start to heal itself in a completely natural and safe way.

Not only does narrow feedback allow people who have symptoms to treat themselves without drugs. But it is also one of the most cost-effective treatments available. Making it beneficial and accessible to people from all walks of life.

If people are suffering from the side effects of ADD or ADHD. And are not sure what the next steps are for them. They should make an appointment with psychologist Edmonton, and get a brain map done. So that they can start a treatment plan that will help them heal.

It can be very frustrating to live with the symptoms of ADD and ADHD daily says psychologist Edmonton. Not only because the symptoms make it very difficult for people to focus and work or go to school.

But also, because of the misconceptions that other people have about this neurodevelopment disorder. Many people think that this is not a real disorder. And that people who are experiencing symptoms. Are simply unfocused or undisciplined. Or that they are simply lazy.

The truth of it is that people who have ADD and ADHD are typically trying harder than their peers. To overcome their symptoms, and accomplish the same amount as others.

In fact, there are many famous people who have gone on to say that they have also received an ADD or ADHD diagnosis. And once they were able to get the proper treatment. Excelled in their chosen careers.

Among some of the most famous people who have admitted to having these neurodevelopment disorders include athlete Terry Bradshaw, investor Richard Branson and Olympian Michael Phelps.

What is even more impressive, is that people who have ADD or ADHD. Often are extremely creative. And once they can get the treatment to help manage symptoms. The gift of creativity remains, allowing them to excel in particularly creative fields as well.

However, it can be very difficult to find treatment that does not include drugs. Because many doctors present drugs as the only solution. Because they are unfamiliar with natural treatments.

However, as more information becomes available about ADD and ADHD. And how it affects the brain. Psychologist Edmonton says more and more treatments are becoming available. That can help not only manage the disorder, but start healing the brain, so that symptoms are minimized.

If people have already received an ADD or ADHD diagnosis. And they are sceptical about starting on a course of narcotics. Or, if they have not received a diagnosis yet. But suspect that they may be suffering from ADD or ADHD. They should make an appointment with psychologist Edmonton.

There, they will be able to get a Q E E G which is a quantitative electroencephalogram. Which is a brain map, that can show doctors exactly what is going on in their brain. So that they can come up with a plan on how to treat it. Using completely safe, and natural treatments using a narrow feedback.

Not only is narrow feedback effective for adults with ADD and ADHD. Because it is safe and natural. Children can also be helped with this therapy.

And as 6% of all children ages 4 to 16 years old has been diagnosed, and more are suspected to have this disorder. Even though they have not been diagnosed.

Parents who have children who are trying to manage symptoms. Should find out more information about narrow feedback. In order to find out if it is the best treatment for them. To help their children manage symptoms safely and naturally.

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