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Common Symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)

January 12th, 2011

Common Symptoms of Attention

Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)

We suspect ADHD…Help!

5 Responses to “Common Symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)”

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    Great Article! Every time I think about a child (person) with a learning disability I ask the question: Is drugging the child a vitalistic approach? Will that drug raise that child’s health so that he / she can be more, do more and achieve a greater impact on fellow human beings. The research is out – and the answer is NO. You must understand that a child that cannot learn will not be any brighter while being drugged. Interestingly, MD’s in the US prescribe five times the quantity of stimulants for children as MD’s in other countries. Many parents worry about drugging their children for multiple reasons. Their thoughts “Is there another way?” Absolutely! Chiropractic offers a child the ability to be at their best without drugs. As a parent I urge you to get your child’s spine evaluated to see if chiropractic can help your child. When as humanitarians are we going to stop lowering self achievement and start to deal with the cause of the problem? Healthier people for a healthier planet.

  4. Christino says:

    Symptoms of ADHD are such as carelessness and lack of attention to detail
    continually starting new tasks before finishing old ones, poor organisational skills, continually losing or misplacing things, forgetfulness, restlessness and edginess, difficulty keeping quiet and speaking out of turn, blurting responses.

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