ADHD/ Hyperactivity Treatment

ADHD/ Hyperactivity Treatment


Hyperactivity is also known as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and they are closely related. These conditions occur predominantly in children, but sometimes symptoms can continue into adulthood.

To date, there is no fixed definition for this disorder. Children who are merely rebellious, find it difficult to pay attention for great lengths of time or to learn generally may tend to be labelled as having ADD. Children who habitually fidget and are always on the go may well be diagnosed as having ADHD too.

Typical symptoms include inability to concentrate or sit still for any length of time, to rapid and severe mood swings. Affected children often find themselves in trouble and are shunted from school to school. They may become delinquent teenagers and often end up using drugs and alcohol.

What Causes ADHD/Hyperactivity?

All these conditions are associated with an excessive intake of sugar, artificial sweeteners, colouring and preservatives that are found in prescriptive medicines, food and drinks.

Sensitivity to various types of food and substances such as bubble bath, air fresheners, spray deodorants, perfumes and toothpastes can also trigger these types of behavioural problems.

With urbanisation, far too many children eat huge amounts of junk food that are devoid of vitamins, minerals and essential fats. Junk food depletes nutrients from the body, with reports showing that such children are malnourished. This lack of proper nutrients can have a devastating effect not only on their bodies, but more critically on their brains.

Lastly, exposure to neurotoxins, such as lead from water pipes and car fumes or cadmium from cigarettes, can worsen the problem.  Such exposure can be harmful even in the mother’s womb before a child is born.

Although medications like Adderall may help with ADHD, it comes with several undesirable side effects and causes more harm than good in the long run. To help your loved ones, consider other natural Adderall alternatives or Bioresonance therapy as a treatment option.

Call us to find out how Bioresonance therapy can help treat ADHD/ Hyperactivity.

Contact us now at 6362-5655 or 8118-1199 for further enquiries.