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I have not heard of this. Very interesting though. So many children are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and it would be wonderful to find something that was non-pharmacological that helped. Parents who have their children on meds do it because that's what works for their children and they can function. I'm sure they would jump at the chance to try something different if it were available.
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Answered at 12:25 PM on Jan. 1, 2009 by: tropicalmama In fact, recent studies show that letting the ADHD go untreated is more likely to turn them into druggies, among other problems.
I have also heard this, that as they get older they will self medicate to try to help themselves.
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