ADD & ADHD
Hyperactive, distractible, impulsive, cannot focus, are just some of the socially unacceptable behaviors of many children and more and more adults. As a result ADHD children get into behavioral difficulties at home, in school, at work, and with friends.
Frustration, failure, isolation await children with ADHD. Often they feel inadequate, bad or stupid because of not being able to meet expectations of teachers, family or bosses.
Of course there is the prevalent pharmaceutical solution. Ritalin, Aderol etc. are prescribed by doctors. Over 3 million children were on Ritalin alone in 2003. It’s an easy solution. No further investigation about the causes of the disorder has to be done. No lifestyle changes or dietary changes have to be acted upon.
So what are the real causes of ADD/ADHD?
Is ADHD a developmental disability, hereditary, minor brain damage? Are there other underlying causes? Could the brain be reacting inappropriately because it is also reacting to allergens, such as common foods, food colors, preservatives, phenols, salicilates etc.? Is ADHD brought on due to deficiency of essential vitamins, minerals or other nutrients? Or is ADHD becoming epidemic because of certain childhood procedures, such as immunizations and long courses of antibiotics?
A lot of these questions can be answered by Muscle Reflex Technique, a basic technique of Kinesiology. After finding some of the causes, what can be done to rectify the situation and stop symptoms?
Dr. Nambudripad and her NAET procedure have had spectacular results with ADHD patients of all ages. NAET is a non-invasive, gentle, manual procedure which uses neuromodulatory reflexes to the Central Nervous System, and Traditional Chinese Medicine principles, to alter the bodies neurological expression. Particularly to antigens, whether they are from eggs or milk, from preservatives or chemicals, from pollen or dust, or from vaccinations. NAET may be an effective, drug-free, alternative in the treatment of ADHD. In the end, the patient will be a much healthier individual. Better grades or job performance and less social friction in their lives are nice side effects.