Tag: ADHD

Study Finds Tai-Chi-based Mindfulness Training Reduced ADHD Symptoms in Children

Findings suggest motor control may be a biomarker that could be targeted by the mindful movement intervention to improve behavior in children with ADHD Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a highly prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder affecting between 8-10 percent of school-age children. In a recent study published…

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Researchers Use Essential Oils to Successfully Treat ADHD Symptoms

By Anna Hunt Doctors continue to diagnose increasing number of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). They most often turn to medication that stimulates the central nervous system (CNS) to treat ADHD symptoms. Yet, ADHD drugs can be quite detrimental to children’s health. Some even…

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Public School and ADHD – Why Some Doctors and Experts Don’t Believe the Diagnosis is Real

By Anna Hunt The documentary Pharmabuse compiles interviews with various medical professions who are speaking out about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The film raises a growing concern that schools play an integral role in the hasty over-diagnosis of ADHD in school children. ADHD: Real or Fake?…

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3 Proven Things Schools Can Do to Curb the ADHD Epidemic Without Prescribing Drugs to Kids

By Alex Pietrowski We really just don’t know what the long-term, generational effects of such widespread use of ADHD medications will be on our society and the individuals who’ve been taking these meds their whole lives. There have never been long-term studies because the medications…

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