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Many people are trying to get away from prescription medications as an ADD treatment, and there are various alternative treatments as well. It takes patience to treat ADD or even ADHD naturally, as everyone reacts differently to the supplements, herbal remedies, and environment that you try to construct. Balancing natural remedies with the proper diet and environment can be exceedingly important when treating ADD naturally. Remember that exercise, diet, nutritional supplements, and herbal remedies can help to alleviate the symptoms of ADD even if they can't cure ADD completely. With a proper and consistent routine, it'll help you to treat symptoms and keep them under control on a regular basis with little to no effort after a routine is formed.
Seven reasons to buy this book:
In this book you'll learn what ADD really is, and how it's a subdivision of ADHD.
In this book you'll learn how to control ADD with natural remedies such as herbs that can be taken in tablet or tea form.
This book will teach you what type of environment is necessary to help treat ADD symptoms.
This book will teach you how to treat ADD symptoms with the proper diet, including what to cut out.
In this book you'll learn how to treat ADD with pre-blended supplements and herbal remedies.
In this book you'll learn how to treat ADD with massage and exercise, helping to alleviate symptoms.
This book will teach you how to approach a natural treatment of ADD to get the best possible results.
What you will learn after purchasing Natural ADD Treatments:
Why Treat ADD Naturally
Treating ADD Through Diet
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Sylvia H Wong on 06-26-15
A good guide for alternatives
It was a good quick book giving guidance on alternatives to traditional medicine. I can't wait to try some different herd combinations and introduce healthy routines within our family life.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By kathlene Quinton on 12-06-16
I am sorry....
I am not one to usually offer a negative review. However, sadly I must do this today. The information provided in this book is very vague, an overview really, more like a pamphlet to allow you to go on to do your own research. If you are hoping for some solid information on treating ADD naturally there are lots of other resources out there that would be more comprehensive. I would not recommend this book.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful