Drug companies say ADHD medication subdues symptoms – however, many parents say it’s not symptoms medication controls, it’s the children. Medication may stop some symptoms and ADHD crime, but children can end up like walking zombies. In worst cases, children are so subdued they die. Maybe it’s time parents used an ADHD treatment without medication? There are many kinder therapies to choose from.
An Internet search for “Ritalin death” shows over a million pages. Are there better ways to help children’s ADHD directly, without such terrible risks? Actually, yes, there are…
The title of this article says it all. “ADHD Treatment Without Medication”. Another ADHD definition Internet search, “ADHD treatment without medication” shows 2/3rds of a million pages – almost as many pages as there are for “Ritalin deaths”. So parents can choose ADHD drugless therapy options, without risk of serious side effects or death. University researched therapies are most likely to help safely.
To choose the safest and best ADHD therapy option, for treating ADD without medication, parents can search online. Changing just one word in a search can make a big difference. For example:
- parents could search online for a good “university” because that shows the therapy has credibility with the establishment, (examples below are for the “University of London”);
- always include the word “research” or “researched” because that means the therapy has been tested and proven;
- use “therapy” (although the word “treatment” might help);
- add “drugless” or “drugfree”.
Any combination of the above may help you search ADHD direct, and find a good quality therapy to help ADHD or ADD symptoms in children. Here are two examples – copy and paste these search terms into your search bar…
1.University of London research drugless ADHD treatment
2. University of London research ADHD therapy
Any good university is worth exploring for a researched therapy. If you’re unsure which university to research, change the ADHD definition by leaving out university and used the word “researched”. For example:
3. Drug-free researched adhd therapy
4. Researched ADHD therapy
Searches like these reveal good quality therapies that are drugfree and safe.
You could also search for specific doctors recommendations.
For example search for “Doctor Rita Chavez ADHD”. Describing one therapy, she said:
“As head of a busy hospital clinic, I want patients to enjoy the quickest and cheapest cure. Yet drugs like Ritalin and Concerta can have severe side effects.
“As a medical doctor I need patients to be safe.
“Having seen these results I recommend doctors and psychologists to refer patients from any country as an early intervention.“
Search on the internet for other doctor comments. A recommendation similar to Dr Chavez should reassure parents they’re making the right decision.
So treating ADD without medication is possible. And this may reduce ADD symptoms in children, improve ADHD behaviour and prevent ADHD crime.
Good luck in your search.
Although if you search well, you won’t need luck – you’ll just lead a happier drugfree family life.
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