There are many ways to look at ADHD and treatment. Most people think treatment for ADD is taking some kind of pill or potion that makes all the symptoms go away.
That way of looking at it is not so good. You don't get to the root cause of whats going on.
For example, it is like taking a pain killer for the pain in your foot caused by a splinter. Instead of removing the splinter, its easier to pop a pill to try to stop the pain.
Well, it doesn't seem to be so simple when it comes to your body because everything is internal.
The way to look at a treatment for ADHD should be, what can I do to reduce my symptoms.
Are there things making my symptoms increase and what can I do to decrease them?
Since I have ADHD, the worst type (combined), I know what the symptoms are like. I also learned how to reduce them to almost nothing.
Using a correct view on ADHD and treatment, I have found relief in just fixing my diet and giving my body the correct vitamins and minerals that it needs.
It is that simple.
View the links below to learn more about my discoveries. You can do the very same things I did to reduce my symptoms.
Control ADHD with Diet
ADHD Diet plays a major role in the health of a child or adult with ADHD. Listed are ways to control ADHD with diet. Start an ADHD diet.
ADHD Liquid Vitamin
I have used many kinds of vitamins for my ADHD. An ADHD liquid vitamin has been the best help. My life was dramatically changed by this.
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