Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Children
Every child is guilty of misbehaving, occasionally not listening to what anyone says, and losing control from time to time – the world is just too interesting to young and inquisitive minds! However, ADHD is, according to some, a complex neuro-biological disorder that often doesn't occur on its' own. Others believe it has stronger roots in sociological matters. I'm not a huge fan of "labels" however they can help us understand when something is a deeper problem than just misbehaving. ADHD has many shades and stages and is sometimes paired up by Psychologists with OBD (Oppositional Behaviour Disorder), anxiety and other psychiatric and behavioural disorders.
ADHD can leave a child unable to concentrate on any given task and causes them to spin quickly out of control. They become fearless, with no concept of boundaries, social or physical, and begin to act and think in an impulsive manner. It's not that these children are capricious by nature; they are simply bombarded with an avalanche of thoughts which they are unable to prioritise, frequently resulting in an emotional break down.
ADHD usually develops in a child before the age of 6. If left "untreated", this disorder not only distorts a childs' relationships with the world, but also affect the well-being of their parents. Often children with the diagnosis seem to be impossible to deal with, which means their parents seldom have a quiet minute to themselves and have to quickly adapt to a life ruled by ADHD. But it doesn’t have to be like that.
Kinesiology offers a practical method of addressing existing emotional problems and looks deeply, quickly and effectively, through non-invasive testing, into chemical, nutritional and mineral imbalances, together with emotional, physical and electro-magnetic input. Upon unraveling the issues that arise during the session, each time you will witness your child getting closer to restoring balance. Kinesiology is an effective way to quickly assess the cause(s) of the problem and concentrate on that rather than the symptoms of that same cause.
Kinesiology uses safe and non-invasive techniques (predominantly manual muscle testing) that enables the Kinesiology practitioner to determine the missing link which could be emotional, chemical, structural or electro magnetic. between the current distress and desirable harmony.
ADHD is not an easy path, but luckily there are many ways for parents and children to get the disorder under control. Consulting a Kinesiology practitioner can help restore harmony in the family and help your child navigate through life and make their challenges easier.Is your child unable to concentrate on any given task for long and you suspect it might be ADHD? Kinesiology brings the health back naturally.
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