The take home here is that a med from Europe counteracts this problem and it is derived from a french maritime pine bark. It shoukld be easy enough to get.
In the meantime, the American industry merely uses this diagnosis to flog inappropriate meds from their own roster and this typically includes serious side effects and real risk of abuse.
My own efforts has actually shown us that we can develop a useful collection of organics able to assist us and to be properly optimized as to effect. Strangely, it is not necessarily a long list and includes hemp products among the most successful and oddly it includes ginseng whose mode of operation appears to be that of a blood chemistry restorer.
You can get a glimpse of just how odd medicine is likely to become.
“There’s a tremendous push where if the kid’s behavior is thought to be quote-unquote abnormal — if they’re not sitting quietly at their desk — that’s pathological, instead of just childhood.”
“There’s no way that one in five high-school boys has ADHD,” said James Swanson, a professor of psychiatry at Florida International University and one of the primary ADHD. researchers in the last 20 years. “If we start treating children who do not have the disorder with stimulants, a certain percentage are going to have problems that are predictable — some of them are going to end up with abuse and dependence. And with all those pills around, how much of that actually goes to friends? Some studies have said it’s about 30 percent.”
“Like mobile phone signals, Wi-Fi signals can also cause cell membranes to leak and calcium ions to flow through them in a relatively uncontrolled manner. In the classroom, this may result in children’s brains losing the ability to concentrate,” said Singer.
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