Monthly Archives: January 2014

Why is speech testing considered as a part of ADHD assessment?

Speech testing is considered a part of ADHD assessment as most of the children with ADHD are at risk of articulation disorder, which affects their ability to produce sounds appropriate to their age. While speaking they might also have differences … Continue reading

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Is vision testing important for children before ADHD diagnosis?

Vision Therapy can help cure attention problems caused due to eye teaming issues in children with ADD/ADHD. Children with teaming problems, have difficulty keeping both eyes focused on a close target. With eye teaming issue children have to exert extra … Continue reading

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Can Aromatherapy help in the treatment of ADHD?

Aromatherapy is a natural remedy for managing ADHD/ADD symptoms. It uses essential oils, and other aromatic compounds for the purpose of healing a person’s mind, mood, cognitive function and body. There are various essential oils and aromatic compounds for healing … Continue reading

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How does Neuro Linguistic Programming help in the treatment of ADHD?

Neuro Linguistic Programming can help with ADHD/ADD by helping the adult or child learn how to re-learn their behaviours. NLP looks at ADHD/ADD to be a teaching difficulty instead of learning difficulty, because when you view a child’s behaviours as … Continue reading

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Can SuperBrain Yoga help in the treatment of ADHD?

SuperBrain Yoga is a simple and powerful technique explained by Master Choa Kok Sui the founder of Modern Pranic Healing. SuperBrain Yoga is based on the principles of subtle energy and Auricular acupuncture (Ear acupuncture) or auriculotherapy to energize and … Continue reading

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Are the benefits of ADHD prescription drugs overstated?

The co-authors of a 20-year-old study promoting the use of prescription drugs to combat the effects of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are now claiming the report may have overstated medication’s benefits. According to a report in the New York … Continue reading

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Is ADHD a manufactured epidemic?

A recent article about ADHD speaks about the standard for diagnosing ADHD and the dangerous effects of ADHD overdiagnosis. Often undertrained primary care physicians and worried parents default much to the diagnosis of ADHD and to the answer of a … Continue reading

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