The United State Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new data indicates the number of ADHD diagnoses are continuing to rise at a steady pace. With so many children and adults suffering from attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, the number of parents and partners seeking more effective, safer and natural methods of treatment are also increasing.
Conventional pharmacological care for ADHD typically consists of prescription medication and mental health treatment. Side effects of medication can be unpleasant, and prescription treatment risks can often outweigh the benefits of continuing to use prescription medication. For parents whose children are not responding well to prescription treatment or those who seek a more natural approach to addressing their child’s ADHD, there is a solution.
Naturopathic ADHD Treatment
Just as no two people are exactly the same, neither are any two cases of ADHD. There is no truly effective, one-size-fits-all solution to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder-related symptoms. Wholistic, naturopathic treatment takes a whole-body approach to treating ADHD, and treats each unique case on a personalized basis. Natural ADHD treatments are tailored to the needs of the individual patient, and have minimal associated risk for complications when compared to traditional prescription treatment.
Through proven stress-management, nutritional education and diet control, a naturopathic physician can help your child learn to control the symptoms of ADHD while treating the underlying cause of the condition. Instead of medicating the symptoms, wholistic medicine uncovers and addresses the root of the issue. If your child is suffering from ADHD and is not responding to prescription treatment, contact a wholistic physician in your area to discuss options for a more natural, safer approach to healing.
Posted on behalf of Dr. Bradley Bongiovanni, Wholistic Medicine Specialists of Atlanta
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