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Do you have a child who has recently been diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, commonly referred to as ADHD? If you do, your doctor has no doubt already explained your available treatment options, which will typically consist of stimulant and non-stimulant medications, counseling and therapy, and perhaps EEG neurofeedback training. And although these treatments can be very safe and effective in controlling the symptoms of ADHD, filling your body with junk food can completely neutralize the efficacy of these treatments.
What is the best diet for an ADHD child? Does diet even matter in terms of symptom control for an ADHD child?
How important is a good diet for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD? According to numerous researchers, the proper diet is extremely important, and by simply making a few changes in an ADHD child’s diet, parents can often significantly improve their child’s symptoms, including hyperactivity, inattention and the tendency to act impulsively.
Should a child, who has been diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, have caffeine in his or her diet? Can caffeine worsen a child’s ADHD symptoms?
As the holiday season fast approaches, many parents of children with ADHD are beginning to feel that familiar dread, not necessarily because they don’t enjoy this festive season, but because it invariably means more sugar in the diet for their ADHD child. From bags of candy at Halloween to cookies and fudge treats around Christmas, sugar is everywhere during the Holidays, and for an ADHD child this almost always translates to a worsening of ADHD symptoms. But why does sugar seem to have this effect on an ADHD child, and what type sugar products are the most harmful?
Do you have a child who has recently been diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, for which his or her doctor has prescribed stimulant medication as part of an overall treatment plan? Have you noticed some troublesome or unwanted side effects since your child has been taking the medication, including a loss of appetite?
Does your child suffer from some of the behavioral symptoms that are commonly associated with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, also known as ADHD?
Are you looking for some possible treatment options—options other than medication and therapy that you, as a parent, can implement at home?
Can food pesticides cause ADHD in children? In light of many new studies on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, this is a question that many parents have now begun to ask themselves, and while researchers are quick to admit that food pesticides have not been proven to be a direct causal agent for ADHD, many of these pesticides, it seems, can worsen the behavioral symptoms associated with the disorder. In this article we will take a closer look at food pesticides and ADHD, and provide some tips on how parents can better protect their ADHD children from some of the pesticides’ harmful effects.