Archive for ADHD treatment’ Category

Avoiding going out with your kids?
Dec

20

2017

Avoiding going out with your kids?

Avoiding going out with your kids? 4 tips to manage behaviour in public places Our society we live in today has a challenging and critical attitude toward parents and young children. Many assume criticizing and using harsh words is the answer for a child who is “misbehaving”. No parents really want to act like rivals towards the child they love. Most of the times, parents…

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The Parent-Child interaction, in children with ADHD
Dec

16

2017

The Parent-Child interaction, in children with ADHD

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic and pervasive childhood disorder that is characterised by inattentive, hyperactive and impulsive behaviours. It comes with no surprise that such behaviours commonly weaken the relationship the parent has with their child and induces large amounts of stress on the parents. Moreover, studies have proposed that over time, counterproductive parenting behaviour and parental stress may lead to the adoption of…

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Micronutrients over Medication: An alternative to combat ADHD
Dec

16

2017

Micronutrients over Medication: An alternative to combat ADHD

These days, it is common for medication to be prescribed as a first resort rather than the last. However, exciting new research has highlighted the potential for micronutrients to reduce ADHD symptoms providing a more naturalistic alternative to medication. New Zealand researchers Julia Rucklidge and colleagues administered an 8 week micronutrient treatment to adults with ADHD and assessed behavioural improvements at various time points. A…

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