Ki has SID/Dyspraxia & ADHD. We found a diet that works well. Very well. It was a LOT of work the first couple years, but well worth it.
I made two blog entries. here's one:
one is of foods he can/could have and one of foods he can't/couldn't have for a while.
We also use behavior modification and occupational therapy 9for the SID- but it helps the ADHD, alot, too)
What NON-MED things have worked for your kids with ADD/HD?
Sleep is so important....My son has ADHD & we struggle with this. He wants to stay up late every night. I have to tell him over & over to get to bed. The more sleep he gets the better off he is.
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I thought you might find this interesting. www.sharethecause.com/hastily/Unseen-Killers. because it speaks of children with this problem If you want more info message me. I think diet and supplements do play a big role in maintaining and preventing so many things we are seeing today.
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