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SacredHeart
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Anyone have any good links for naturally curbing ADHD or ADD? My son is super hyperactive.

His concentration is terrible. I think it will really effect him this year in school.

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Brussels
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Dr. K.'s treatment. Same treatment for lyme, autism...

ADHD is in the autism spectrum.

Brain viruses, infections, excess of toxins, allergies, vaccinations, heavy metals, mold toxins, allergies, excess of electrosmog.

In short: different diseases, but same similar causes as for lyme.

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Just be sure to never force alertness. It can backfire.

Treat the cause(s) while supporting with key nutrients. Gotu Kola is a plant with excellent nutrients / properties in that regard.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/3/32567?#000000

GOTU KOLA - Informational Links Set
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Gluten can also cause ADD / ADHD symptoms in some.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KNFBKCBrVM

This is a short video of an ex-autistic person, who became an astounding scientist.

He speaks about the DIRECT link between autism and mercury poisoning.

At 2.5 years old, his mom gave him 2 pounds of mercury to play, as at that time, people didn't know mercury could be so toxic.

The child played with mercury spreading it all over his body, he ingested mercury, and kept playing with till no mercury was left.

2 pounds of mercury!

The result was that a normal speaking child stopped talking, he became autistic.

At the age of 5, he learned how to speak word after word, SLOWLY, in order to TRY to communicate. He succeeded, with great effort.

His brain was running at high speeds, words kept jumping from all sides in his head, that is why he couldn't speak clearly, he said.

ADHD is a problem in the autistic spectrum, just much milder. Dr. K. treats it with antimicrobials and cleaning heavy metals and vaccination damage.

It is though interesting to see an ex-autistic person talking, he still TALKS SLOW, even though he could put a lot of mercury out of his body due to his own research.

And interesting to know that he, himself, with all his degrees in chemisty, physics, whatever more, all his research and publications, he believes on a DIRECT link between mercury and autism!

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Address food sensitivities, leaky gut and gut dysbiosis, heavy metals, infections, and toxins in foods/environment/health & beauty products.


http://drjockers.com/beat-adhd-naturally/


http://www.amymyersmd.com/2014/05/10-signs-your-child-has-a-food-sensitivity-and-what-to-do-about-it/


http://www.amymyersmd.com/2013/01/gluten-sensitivity-is-something-you-are-eating-making-you-sick/


http://kellybroganmd.com/article/adhd-medications-for-kids-a-new-perspective/


http://drhyman.com/blog/2013/05/17/the-one-diet-that-can-cure-most-disease-part-i/

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Try Now (Brand) of P5P (50mg daily in am) that has B2, Mg, and Ca in it. Safe.

That brand is the only one that also contains absolutely essential "helpers" - esp. the B2, riboflavin for mitochondrial (powerhouse) support.

http://www.amazon.com/NOW-Foods-P-5-P-50-Tablets/dp/B0002JGOGI


For starters. May need to add some others like folinic acid and Omega 3s, etc. depending on test results.

My son...ADHD was his first (but not only)Dx.- learning disabilities, seizures (began at puberty when in boys esp. homocysteine goes way up) and finally we recognized Aspergers (he did not speak at all until age 2 and was tongue-tied at birth, but clipped at 9 mos.)

(Some web sites - few - suggest a link with MTHFR impacting FMRP.)

Consider genetic testing. You could start with 23andMe - saliva (spit) test OTC - order on internet for $99 and interpret results via:

https://bekahsfeast.wordpress.com/2013/08/29/how-to-use-genetic-genie-with-your-23andme-dna-results/

Skim (read the conclusion):

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3167178/

If tests indicate:

http://mthfr.net/mthfr-a1298c-mutation-some-information-on-a1298c-mthfr-mutations/2011/11/30/

Good luck. God Bless...been there! I understand.

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