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ADHD Alternatives: A Natural Approach to Treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

A holistic approach to treating ADHD by Aviva Jill Romm, a professional midwife and acting president of the American Herbalist Guild, and Tracy Romm, director of a high school for gifted students, where there is a large population of students diagnosed as ADHD.

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Question by codruce: If I smash the natural supplement medicine before swallowing, will the treatement take effect?
I have to take some natural supplements such as vitamines, but i just can’t swallow them due to a neck problem, so I smash them and use a little bit o water to diluate. What should I do?I mean I really need those, and among them are some soft gels, which i too smash before

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Answer by Joseph
I see no problem in what you do, but to be on the safe side look what is written on the leaflet attached to the vitamins, if nothing is written there maybe ask the drug store pharmacist and if they can’t give you an answer why not call the 1800 number the manufacturer gives on the vitamins wrapping. If there is no phone number or address you can inquire, perhaps its the wrong brand you are using.

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  1. Stuart N. Holleman says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Whole Child, January 3, 2007
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    This review is from: ADHD Alternatives: A Natural Approach to Treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (Paperback)

    In a world that believes in taking a pill for every thing that ills you, it is nice to have a resource that looks at the whole child. Both my son’s counselor and psychologist were very impressed with this book.

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  2. Tricie says:
    20 of 33 people found the following review helpful:
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    Good Natural Meds Advice-Written by the Unexperienced, September 25, 2001
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    Tricie (Johnson City, Tennessee United States) –
    This review is from: ADHD Alternatives: A Natural Approach to Treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (Paperback)

    I bought this book the day before writing this. I was very disappointed because it’s written from the perspective of two people, one a teacher of ADHD kids and the other an herbalist who are not parents or have ADHD themselves-so how would they know? They don’t. As a ADHD person with a ADHD kid whose father has it too, I have enough blame placed upon me without reading a book that says my child needs more hugs, that we need to cut off the t.v.-she’s too hyper to watch it, and that both parents and teachers have failed ADHD kids. It’s a case of people thinking they know what is wrong with ADHD kids without truly knowing. My daughter has a double dose and has always been a handful since she was one. They are saying that parents shouldn’t take the words of the teachers and parents shouldn’t want their kids labeled. Most parents are like me, have been dragging their kids to the peditrician since they were very young begging for someone to listen. I didn’t need a teacher to confirm what I knew along time ago. I am though trying the natural approach to ADHD and it works 70 to 80% of the time. I am still working on the right combination though. From the point of view of an herbal approach to ADHD, I appreciate it for giving even more choices than I had, but from the point of view of understanding ADHD, they have not a clue!

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