A comprehensive primer booklet on alternatives to Ritalin.
This is the first book to read when looking for natural remedies for attention deficit disorder.
It gives you comparisons between Ritalin and non-drug therapies and explains what some of the contributing factors to ADD are.
The author has been interviewed for her viewpoints on why our schools can be harbingers for chemicals and food additives that can trigger ADD symptoms.
This book is the first of its kind and definitely gets the reader thinking.
"In my experience, approximately 50% of ADD, hyperkinesis and hyperactivity behavior has etiologic roots in the craniosacral system. Based on these findings, I feel that more effort should be put forward in defining the contributing factors for these problems."
-John E. Upledger, D.O. O.M.M.
More than 6 million American children take Tiralin regularly to help them with Attention Deficit Disorder. Parents seeeking solutions to their child's distractible, disruptive, and inattentive behaviors may be encouraged to medicate their children, but alternatives to Ritalin do exist.