Article Category: ADD

Nutritional Supplements For Treating “Bipolar Disorder,” “ADD,” and other Mental Health Conditions

Many companies have developed nutritional supplements that reportedly treat a variety of mental health problems. Below are some, provided for informational purposes only. Safe Harbor and do not endorse or recommend specific commercial products. 1) The most studied of these that we are aware of, with university research, is the supplement developed by TrueHope … Continued


Increasingly parents turn to homeopathy for treatment of their hyperactive child. This study was designed to obtain scientific evidence of the effectiveness of homeopathy in ADHD. A total of 83 children aged 6-16 years, diagnosed with ADHD using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV criteria, were recruited. The study involved three phases. First … Continued

The Role of Biofeedback in Treating ADD and other Mental Symptoms

By Philip Bate, Ph. D (Important Note: At we stress the importance of finding the physical CAUSES of severe mental symptoms as this is the most certain way of understanding them and successfully treating them. However, it is understood that sometimes the causes can be elusive and only symptomatic treatment is available through nutrients … Continued

Drug-Free Treatment of “Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)”

By Dr. Allen Buresz The vast majority of medical doctors consider Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) to be of unknown causes. Yet it’s a known fact that the elimination of food additives and refined sugar produces dramatic improvements. Why haven’t you been told this well-known fact? ADD, hyperactivity, and dyslexia are believed to be disorders of … Continued

Children, ADD/ADHD, and Chiropractic

Dr. Christopher Kent (Reprinted with permission from The Chiropractic Journal Controversy surrounds the medical treatment, indeed the very existence, of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Psychiatrist Peter Breggin wrote, “Hyperactivity is the most frequent justification for drugging children. The difficult-to-control male child is certainly not a new phenomenon, but attempts … Continued