Is it really ADHD?

Recently, the number of children diagnosed with ADHD has increased so much that it seems to be a fad. 1 out of 3 children is diagnosed with ADHD, but one has to wonder if our kids reallly are all suffering from it…

Today, when a child gets up too often to go to the toilet, a consultation is required and ends up with a diagnosis and medication. How is this possible?

And if it was that their nervous system is exhausted?

With the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat, our body is poisoned by chemicals, heavy metals, and parasites. They are often unknown to most people and cause symptoms that often resemble those of AD/HD. In addition, a lack of vitamins or minerals, a diet high in carbohydrates, refined foods and food intolerances may be the cause of such symptoms.

Before resorting to such a strong chemical medication, it is better to first eliminate all other possibilities.

What is the true ADD / ADHD?

ADHD means “deficit disorder attention deficit hyperactivity.” It is also sometimes called ADD “attention deficit disorder”. The deficit attention disorder with or without hyperactivity (ADD / ADHD) is a neurological problem that causes difficulties in controlling and curbing ideas (inattention), gestures (physical restlessness) and behavior (impulsivity). ADHD can affect children, teenagers and adults. If people affected with ADHD are well equipped, they can lead a normal life. This is why it is important that the diagnosis is established as soon as possible.



Often move with hands or feet or squirms in seat, difficulty sitting, frequently up in class, runs about or climbs, often struggling to keep quiet in games or activities of leisure, talking too frequently.

Related symptoms:

– Anxiety
– Trouble sleeping


Often blurts out the answer to an incomplete question, has difficulty awaiting turn often interrupts others or broke into the conversation, or in games.

Related symptoms:

– Depression
– Opposition Disorders
– Behavioral disorders
– Procrastination (delay unnecessarily later)
– Obsessive-compulsive disorders
– Learning Disabilities and materials disorders
– Immaturity (highly developed sense of fun)
– Addicted to drugs (coffee, cigarettes, chocolate, etc.)
– Absentminded (difficulty in being attentive to the least popular activities)
– Error of inattention in school work
– Lack of attention to detail
– Lack of listening
– Forget the instructions
– Difficulty organizing

Note that a person can have one or the other of these problems without having AD / HD.

The natural approach to keep the nervous system healthy?

1- Avoid chemical additives
2- Reduce consumptiom of refined foods
3- Take a substantial breakfast
4- Supplements : B-complex vitamins, calcium, magnesium, lecithin, omega-3
5- Check for allergies : dairy products, wheat, corn, gluten.
6- Use combination of calming herbs such as: B.&N.C-WB.-W (broad beans) , S.M.F.-B, Blue VerveinSkullcapN.-W, Arnica, Soulagex
7- 8 to 9 hours of sleep each day
8- Create a calm atmosphere (avoid squarrels and family disputes).

Herbes Pures

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