Important Facts About ADHD
- ADHD was voted into existence by the American Psychiatric Association.
- There is no objective test to identify ADHD.
- Experts from across the U.S. at a recent NIH conference failed to provide any scientific evidence to validate ADHD.
- It's a known fact that allergies affect the ability to think and learn.
- Schools, using Child Protective Services and the courts, are forcing parents to drug their children.
- Some students are not prepared for learning in a structured classroom situation.
- Children can learn how to learn to succeed in school.
- Side-effects of drugs used for ADHD include cardiac arrhythmias and psychosis.
- According to a DEA Report: "Ritalin is structurally and pharmacologically similar to amphetamines and cocaine and has the same dependency profile. Ritalin produces amphetamine and cocaine-like reinforcing effects including increased rate of euphoria and drug liking. Treatment with Ritalin in childhood predisposes takers to cocaine's reinforcing effects."
- Basic physiology and research support the fact that sugar can have a negative affect on children's behavior, learning and attention.
- Nutritional deficiencies can cause attention and behavior symptoms.
- There are many health and learning problems that cause ADHD symptoms, many of which can be dealt with at home.
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