ADD
(attention deficit disorder)

 

Alternative Help

 
Attention Deficit Disorder Association  www.add.org
 
Amen, Dr. Daniel G.  Healing ADD - Healing Anxiety and Depression
 
Brown, Rexford G.  It's Your Fault
 
Day, Dr Lorraine  www.drday.com  Attention Deficit Disorder
 
Freed, Jeffrey & Parsons, Laurie  Right Brain Children in a Left Brain World
 
Hallowell, Dr Ned  Driven to Distraction  Book discusses subtypes of ADD.  www.lhla.org 
Hallowell
, Dr Ned  Attention Deficit Disorder - What it is and What to Do About It  audio
 
Health News Volume 8#4 DL-Phenylalanine  Health News Volume5#19 Aloe Vera info@successcentreonline.com Ask for ONE newspaper of Volume8#4 &/or ONE newspaper Volume 5#19
 
Hoffer',  Dr. Abram - book Hoffer's Laws of Natural Nutrition shares 1 case study of  nutrition solving the problem of ADD www.orthomed.org
 
Ingolfsland, Dennis - ADD: It's Not Just About Kids - Author discusses coping methods for adults in spring 2004 Psychology for Living   www.ncfliving.org
 
http://www.israel21c.org/headlines/israeli-app-offers-alternative-to-hyperactivity-medications/ -
Aziz Kaddan, one of the co-founders of
Myndlift,- neuro-feedback ap - 4/2015
 
William Kaufman MD warned that a single nutritional deficit could trigger a disease such as ADD www.orthomoleculr.org
 
Khalsa MD in Food as Medicine for ADD/ADHD recommends DHA, flaxseed oil www.drdharma.com  
 
Lawless, Frank of Dallas, Texas   The ADD Answer  Lawless uses x  rays as diagnostic tool.
 
Lavine, Dr Mel  A Mind at a Time   The Myth of Laziness
 
Magnesium deficit may contribute to ADD per Meiser &  Anderson in Overcoming Senior Moments
USA 888-628-8731 Canada 877-742-7078
 
Mangosteen may help with ADD.  http://www.lovemangosteen.net/add.html
 
Rim, Dr Sylvia  Why Bright Kids Get Poor Grades  Author shares "Trifocal Model" 6 step program.
 
Sear & Thompson  The ADD Book - New Understandings New Approaches to Understanding Your Child
 
Stitt, Barbara Reed - Food and Behavior - www.hacres.com
 
The Health Index on DL-Phenylalanine 2/01 www.medcom-eservice.com/health/dlpa.htm
 

Spiritual

 
Barsch, Jeffrey and Katy    DVD  Praying for the Brain     http://aslansplace.com/catalog/?2&35&233 
 
Cox, Paul  Prayer To Heal Attention Deficit Disorder  HTML   PDF  at  http://www.aslansplace.com/insights.html 
or http://aslansplace.com/articles/?0000000012 from root page http://aslansplace.com/articles/
 
Hormann, Dr Aiko - http://www.aikohormann.org - http://www.healingroomsaz.com/AikoQA2/
Question: How do you help people with ADD & ADHD?
Answer:
ADD & ADHD has a frontal lobe either over-active or under-active and not balance. In ADD & ADHD - you need to tap the very center of the top of the head to stimulate the Para-sympathetic Nervous System. And so actually, the balance between Sympathetic Nervous System and Para-sympathetic Nervous System maybe out of kilter. People who are agitated or who are over-active, attention deficit, usually have more Sympathetic Nervous System.
One way of producing more Para-sympathetic Nervous system is looking at the center in front of you and moving both index fingers to the side to stimulate peripheral visions. ( Peripheral vision exercise) When you do this often enough - keep seeing index fingers on the side and your eyeballs fixed straight ahead. As you do this, you're actually stimulating the Para-sympathetic Nervous System. So that will calm the person with ADD & ADHD.
But diet has a lot to do with it. Sugar should be eliminated all together and soda. Diet coke is not good - carbonated drinks not good either. Most sugar-free diet coke and other sodas has aspartame in it. Aspartame is brain damaging - its neuro-toxin - actually it will cause you to gain weight. Check labels for aspartame. Sugar-free chewing gums for notorious with aspartame. Find chewing gum with zylitol - the best. The new Zero-coke has aspartame. As far as the calories maybe true but it would be destroying your brain cells and causing you to gain weight.

Question:
Do you say then ADD & ADHD children should not have any preservatives or processed food?
Answer:
Yes, lots of processed food have chemicals. Sugar is the major cause of hyper-activity in children. Honey is better but still its sugar. Splenda is just as bad. Stevia is better but zylitol is much better.
 
Mulkey, Monty - Attention Deficit Disorders cassette tape by West Coast Church of Deliverance, Thousand Oaks, California, USA - http://www.wccd.com/
 

Healings

 
Chavda, Mahesh - Mother's testimony of God's mercy & healing child's ADD   http://www.maheshchavda.com/testimonies.asp
 
Oats, Kathi   Healing the Broken Hearted  2CDs &/or 9/2005 radio broadcast   www.sidroth.org/radio 
Her ADD disappeared when her emotions were healed.
 
Todorov, Jacqueline - Attention Deficit Disorder?
 
Wright, Henry 11/2005 Sid Roth radio broadcast www.sidroth.org/radio testimony of ADD healing   www.pleasantvalleychurch.net  
 
Deliverance
 
Dickerman, Don  When Pigs Move In  www.dondickerman.net - endorsed by Frank Hammond
Other books containing "some" of above more complete information are  Serpents in the Sanctuary and Turmoil in the Temple.
Chapter 10 The Power of the Tongue  A boy "had been diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD) and depression...had spirits by permission of a generational curse and had been tormented all his young life.  Some of the permission was from ancestors involved in Freemasonry...I commanded the spirit responsible for ADD to confess that he would not have any need for medication once it left."  The boy was healed, permanently.
 

DANGERs

 
ADD ADHD patients with no change in symptoms may be re-diagnosed and given bipolar meds as FDA has lowered age to which children may be given anti-psychotic drugs. www.askthepharmacist.com 9/2007
 

Medical Science Research

 
http://info.med.yale.edu/neurobio/arnsten/Research.html -
"Recurrent excitatory connections depend on glutamate actions at NMDA receptors. Spatial tuning is heightened through GABAergic, inhibitory connections between networks with dissimilar spatial properties (e.g. Rao et al, J. Neurosci 20: 485, 2000)."
"“DNC spines” are particularly
evident in deep layer III, the sublayer subserving recurrent PFC microcircuits. This sublayer is also where the greatest spine loss is found in patients with schizophrenia (Glantz and Lewis, Arch Gen Psych 57:65-73, 2000). Thin spines are also lost from layer III with normal aging
(Dumitriu et al, J Neurosci. 30:7507, 2010)
."
 
Conventional
 
http://www.addrc.org/add-and-loving-it/ - Normalizing, desensitization & taking the shame/sting/pain/stigma out of  ADD.