New To ADHD

by Marla Truell
(North Charleston. SC)

I have just acquired my 8 year old nephew and he has ADHD. Not having his medicine sometimes is not a help. I can see the difference in his behavior and focusing skills. Math is one of his hardest subjects and it is hard for me to teach it to him. The things that I take for granted that he should no he dosent. Can someone help me or stir me in the right direction on what to do.

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New to ADHD
by: Deborah Merlin

Heavy metal toxicity such as lead and mercury can cause symptoms of ADHD. Consider having his tested for heavy metals and detox if necessary. Also don't feed him anything with artificial food coloring or aspartame. If he has had ear infections he may have a dairy allergy as well. visit my website
http://www.victoryoveradhd.com to learn more.

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