Need some Natural Remedies for ADD? Then you are obviously frantic knowing that your child's behavior patterns are been caused either by ADD
Attention Deficit Disorder or ADHD Attention Deficit Disorder with
Remember, this is a
physiological disability beyond the control of your child, but you can help by
helping them to avoid the following foods without been unnecessarily
restrictive and try and understand that you are not looking at this from his stomach point of view, but rather as food for his brain, as another one of your natural remedies for ADD.
By eating foods low in salicylates such as:
Calcium is important for the smooth functioning of nerves and muscles. Magnesium (known as the anti-stress mineral) also assists in the transmission of nerve impulses, these two combined work as a marvelous natural tranquilizer.
Tests have also shown that many ADHD children have a Zinc deficiency
which is important for the metabolism of relevant neurotransmitters, fatty acids
and melatonin (some evidence suggests that melatonin promotes sleep in children
with ADHD). So link to zinc and see what your kid should be
eating to keep up his zinc levels.
Ginko Biloba is very good for concentration, it is known as the brain herb and
seems to boost symptoms of attention and working memory.
Has had dramatic results for calming hyperactivity and anxiety.
This Herb is a natural sedative and helps calm discontent, fits of temper and
relaxes and tones the nervous system.
Oats is one of the best remedies for "feeding" the nervous
system. It is a relaxant and strengthens the whole nervous system.
St John's Wort
Has been known through the ages as a folk remedy for emotional disorders.
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