Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, ADD, ADHD, Behavioural Problems
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity is an inability to pay attention, concentrate, remember, think clearly or learn effectively and often associated with behavioural disturbances. There can be a number of causative factors which when identified and treated lead to a reduction or elimination of symptoms. For example, diminished amounts of serotonin, a neuro transmitter in the brain, may cause hyperactivity due to inadequate vitamin B6. Insufficient dietary tryptophan and synthesis of essential fatty acids is also implicated.
Hyperactivity is often associated with allergy to foods and additives, sugar metabolism, a lack of essential fatty acids, circulation into the brain and heavy metal toxicity. Once the underlying factors are addressed and resolved it is possible to see great improvements in behaviour. Dietary intervention, coupled with bioresonance to stimulate specific body systems is very effective in improving this disorder.