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Being a health advisor, fettlegenie.com provides vital health and wellness information required for attaining vibrant health along with the information of the top health conditions and the most effective ways of healing them holistically. We are a group of alternative therapists from various branches of holistic therapies. Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Acupressure Massage, Reiki, Emotional Freedom Therapy, Pranic Healing, Nutrition therapy are some of our areas of expertise. We provide information of complementary and alternative medical practices for treating various conditions which might either supplement or work better than conventional treatments. In short Fettle Genie is one stop resource for attaining vibrant physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health holistically.

6 common ADHD myths

‘ADHD is a condition that has been and continues to be significantly misunderstood,’ says Dr Dimitrios Paschos, Re:Cognition Health’s psychiatrist specialising in adult ADHD and related disorders. ‘It’s hard for both the public and professionals to move beyond the label … Continue reading

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Kids with ADHD: No More Shame

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has been controversial for years. Some consider it a rare condition renamed to help drug companies increase their profits — or a convenient label that allows teachers and parents to shift blame for classroom disruptions. … Continue reading

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What are neurotropic vitamins and why do we need them?

Neurotropic vitamins, such as the B vitamins but also vitamins D and E, are vitally important for the health of our nervous system. In fact, diet is as important to psychiatry as cardiology. Neurotropic vitamins is a fancy term for … Continue reading

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Excess Folic Acid in Pregnancy Tied to Autism Risk

Pregnant women are encouraged to get plenty of folic acid in their diet or through vitamin supplements, to protect their babies against birth defects of the brain and spinal cord. But a new study suggests that excessive amounts of folate … Continue reading

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According to CDC “For ADHD, Start With Therapy, Not Drugs”

Parents of hyperactive young children can help them improve through guidance, experts say. Behavior modification therapy is preferable to drugs for treating children 2 to 5 years old who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, U.S. health officials say. “Behavior therapy … Continue reading

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Doctors seeing uptick in ADHD concern

Local doctors are seeing more kids come in for Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder. It’s a hot topic for parents, and this is the time of year when doctors see more cases. Jill Olson, mother of two: “They’re so bouncing … Continue reading

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ADHD drugs no help with homework

Giving stimulants to kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may not help them complete homework or get better grades, a small study suggests. Researchers tested the effectiveness of medication against behavioral interventions in 75 children that attended a summer … Continue reading

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Lesser probability of ADHD in children whose mothers take Vitamin D during pregnancy

Other studies have shown that Vitamin D plays an important role in the early development of the brain. A recent research shows that children, whose mothers take Vitamin D during pregnancy with resultant high levels of the vitamin in the … Continue reading

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NYU Steinhardt Study Investigates How Stress and Chemical Exposures Influence Brain Development and Obesity

Experiences during sensitive developmental windows, including around the time of conception, later in pregnancy, and during infancy and early childhood, can have long-lasting effects on the health of children. These experiences encompass a broad range of exposures, from air pollution … Continue reading

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The link between ADHD and hearing loss

If a child can’t hear their teacher, they will have difficulty focusing, paying attention and completing assignments – all of which might incorrectly indicate ADHD. The increase in the number of ADHD diagnoses means the likelihood of incorrect diagnoses or … Continue reading

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