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ADHD and Proper Nutrition Guide

There are over 6.4 million children in the United States. These children are diagnosed with ADHD and their numbers are increasing. Up 16% since 2007 and a 43% increase in the last decade, researchers are staggered by the alarming growth in these cases. What’s worse is that researchers are baffled as to what is going on.

What is causing this monumental rise ADHD in diagnoses? Are there any early warning signs that you can detect? Does your child even have ADHD? These facts will surprise you.

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder is the most common childhood disorder. It can last well into adulthood and have everlasting effects on quality of life. These children usually suffer from a multitude of mental conditions that include restlessness, impatience, hyperactivity and inattention.

Unfortunately for sufferers and parents, medical and psychological research still report the causes as inconclusive. Some scientists seem to believe that a genetic link is involved, yet others believe its due to alcohol and tobacco consumption during pregnancy. A more likely cause is a combination of diet, genetics, and dangerous toxins ingested during the first few years of life.

The possible mental instability of your child is very important and should be taken with the utmost consideration, but a new study finds that over 1 million children have been misdiagnosed with ADHD. It’s very easy to be misdiagnosed as both doctors and parents are willing to believe that their child could certainly be cured by a pill. Yet, look at the symptoms of ADHD. A slew of broad and ambiguous conditions, ranging from inattention to insomnia.

These can be easily explained through a number of different conditions. Nutritional deficiencies, lead toxicity, and autism all mimic the signs of ADHD. So it is important to gather as much information you can before you start treating your child with chemicals and prescription drugs. A study done in Pediatrics explains how insomnia mimics the symptoms of ADHD perfectly. Ritalin and Adderall are stimulants, and cause insomnia. Problems are then compounded, and could cause a serious health risk to the child.

A growing trend in the fight against ADHD is taking a holistic and natural approach. Filling kids up with fatty acids, liquid vitamin extracts, and DMAE all enhance brain functions and performance. DMAE is actually a common natural ingredient used for increasing the brain’s production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which helps concentration, focus, and memory.

Here at Liquid Health, we care about your child’s health and well-being. We have developed a product specifically targeted to their needs. Our Liquid Health Attention is specifically formulated and contains fatty acids, B-vitamins and DMAE.


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