ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER

“Attention deficit disorder” also known as “ADD or ADHD”  is not simply a problem with paying attention, it is a disorder that makes handling multiple tasks, which most people handle with ease, really difficult to carry out. It is especially true of those that require organisation, planning, and constant focus.

ADHD is challenging, but once you understand the problem it and how it affects you or your child, you can learn to compensate for areas of weakness and take advantage of your relevant strengths and talents.

Making decisions about medication for ADD or ADHD are difficult so it is important to understand what medication can and can’t do, what is available and finally, which would best suit your needs or the needs of your child.

ADHD medication can improve concentration, control impulses, make it easier to plan ahead and follow through with tasks. It cannot however fix all ADD or ADHD related challenges.

Medication doesn’t cure ADD or ADHD.

It can relieve symptoms while it’s being taken but they return when the medication is discontinued. Also, ADD or ADHD medication works better for some than for others.

TriSTILL has none of these side effects or safety concerns
but rather a number of benefits.
Both ‘chemical’ and natural remedies are available for the ‘treatment’ of ADD or ADHD. The concern with the more mainstream medication is the common side effects, some of which include:

  • Feeling restless and jittery
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Loss of appetite
  • Headaches
  • Upset stomach
  • Irritability, mood swings
  • Depression
  • Dizziness
  • Racing heartbeat, and
  • Tics

CONCERNS

Beyond the potential side effects, though are a number of safety concerns associated with ADD/ADHD medication. These include:

  The effect on the brain
Heart-related problems
    Psychiatric problems  
     Potential for abuse    

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