ADHD treatments and ADHD diet…………………
ADHD, or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder affects many children with symptoms like difficulty concentrating or paying attention, impulsive behavior, and hyperactivity.
ADHD can persist into adulthood causing similar problems and interfering with work and relationships. While genetics may play a role in the development of ADHD, major contributors to symptoms include food allergies and intolerances, as well as sensitivity to environmental chemicals, molds, fungi, heavy metals and other pollutants.
Many people also find that a special ADHD diet can help to reduce symptoms like hyperactivity and brain fog that may be caused by sensitivity to specific types of foods or food additives. An ADHD diet often begins by eliminating all foods that have the potential to trigger symptoms, such as processed foods, junk food, dairy products, and foods with high sugar content.
If symptoms are alleviated, foods can be reintroduced one at a time to see if they are tolerated. In this way, an ADHD diet that is specific to an individual’s unique chemistry can be developed.
Other ADHD treatments involve the use of herbal and nutritional remedies that have been shown to alleviate symptoms of ADHD.
One of the products we discovered can be an
effective ADHD treatment
as it contains a number of these substances in a single tablet.
The active ingredients in this special formula include l-carnitine, 5-HTP, phosphatidylserine, SAMe and vitamin B-6.
L-carnitine is a naturally occurring substance related to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. It has been shown to help the brain by increasing cerebral blood flow, while 5-HTP appears to have a calming affect that can help improve attention and decrease restlessness.
Phosphatidylserine improves mental function in people with ADHD and other disorders, and SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine) is another naturally occurring substance that has a positive correlation with brain function. Levels of SAMe tend to be lower in people with conditions like ADHD.
Vitamin B-6 is included for its ability to facilitate the production and transport of the amino acids that may play a key role in controlling symptoms of ADHD.
though not intended for children under 12, may have a significant impact on older children and adults with symptoms of ADHD.
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