As a toddler, Garrett would bang his head when he got frustrated; he would go into rages, unable to control himself. Even as a very young child, he was tormented with fears —loud noises, bugs, […]
ADHD: Families Speak Out
Families around the world struggle with trying to help their children who exhibit symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Most prevalent in the West, increasing numbers are being identified with the disorder each year, including adults.
ACN Latitudes often hears from readers wishing to share their success in finding natural approaches to ADHD. Approaches include integrative measures such as dietary changes, nutritional supplementation, detoxification, body work, EEG biofeedback, homeopathy, and more. We hope you find these accounts useful.
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