In the 1960s a new cure for schizophrenia popped up every couple of years. Dr. Linus Pauling, a Nobel prize-winning chemist, discovered that massive doses of vitamin C would cure schizophrenia along with a host of other things. But in 2015 we’re still looking for a cure.
Many things are advertised to “cure” or at least help ADD ADHD.
Cerebellar training, homeopathy, various alternative substances, special diets, etc. There is little research to support them. It’s possible that some really helpful approach is lost in the static. It’s possible that somebody somewhere sometime was really helped by one of these approaches.
George is selling training for ADD ADHD and learning disabilities. I hope it works. If someone has a product for ADD ADHD that works, why would they need to spread false information about medicines?
Dr. Klein posted a long anti medicine article from Dr. Mercola, who it turns is selling natural substances and has been discredited. Dr.Klein retracted his statement.
The web is full of fantastic claims and gross misinformation. This is unfortunate and a little scary. The misinformation about medication will scare off some people who could really benefit from it.
the post from george
Non stimulant ADD ADHD medications,
then alternatives to medication, hopefully without the BS.