Lots of input about different approaches to helping with (treating?) ADD ADHD.
Many different people have been helped by many different things. Could this be because different people have different sets of genes?
Dr. K traces his ADD ADHD to a cascade of consequences initiated by a birth injury to his cervical spine, and exercises are helping, through improving the connections between the cerebellum, basal ganglia, and pre frontal cortex.
Dr. Parker’s book has a lot of information interesting to me tho sometimes hard to follow, but is he in the woo woo camp or on the cutting edge of the frontier, with SPECT imaging, bowel and allergy issues, and unusual lab testing? He’s ahead of me for sure, but some of the points i can use.
I think we all agree that sleep and exercise are essential, and diet and no food coloring are sometimes of some help for some people.
Isn’t life interesting?