First, what are the symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD?
• Inability to give close attention
And what about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD?
• Fidgety w/ hands or feet (H)*
Is there a dietary solution to ADD or ADHD?
In our clinic, we suggest a multi-modal approach to treating ADD or ADHD
The second approach is to test for potential neurotransmitters imbalances such as norepinephrine, dopamine, serotonine, and epinephrine. The classic symptoms of high serotonine levels without down regulation by dopamine is rage, or high anxiety. In cases of an imbalance, a compounded supplement is recommended to be used for a short time.
Thirdly, sugar metabolism malfunction is ruled out with an economical blood test. In children with ADD or ADHD, Faye often finds deficiencies in sugar meta-bolism coupled with a high refined diet which can lead to hypoglycemia, fatigue, inattention, or irritability.
Fourth, Faye consults with the individual exhibiting ADD, or ADHD symptoms about the possibility of toxic metal contamination which could also be associated with some inattention or hyperactivity.
In most cases, it takes up to two private consultations along with simple dietary changes and one or two supplements to start seeing positive results without the use of medication therapy.
For more information or to attend one of Faye’s free ADD, ADHD
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