Another school year is starting and you want your child to be successful. The motivation and determination might be there – it’s a new school year, after all - but are they able to stay focused and pay attention while learning? Many kids have difficulty in school because they want to pay attention, but their brains get in the way – someone makes a noise or a bird flies by the window and it’s all over. Their best efforts are thwarted.
Every day we see children, and adults, too, who struggle with attention deficit difficulties. Children are singled out by teachers and sent to a doctor for a consultation. Oftentimes, the doctor shrugs his or her head and indicates that medications are the only solution. While diet and exercise might help to some extent, and yoga, massage, supplements, and essential oils have all been suggested by some who claim that this is the most efficacious treatment, medications have been the single choice to help manage attention deficits.
That is until now.
Parents oftentimes are very concerned about giving medications to their children – especially stimulant medications – because of the side effects. “What else is there?” they ask. “Neurotherapy!” we are happy to reply.
A research study published by the Journal of Pediatrics in 2014 indicates that childrenwho were treated for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) with neurofeedback not only showed a significant decrease in symptoms in a short amount of time, but also that the symptoms remained absent six months after the neurofeedbacktreatment ended. The American Academy of Pediatrics endorses neurofeedback as a “level 1” treatment – level 1 is the highest treatment recommendation.
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