Recognizing the need for a healthier and more effective approach, without the side effects of the prescription drugs, we have found the company that has developed natural supplements for children with ADD and ADHD, 100 % herbal remedies containing well researched ingredients and manufactured in therapeutic dosage according to the highest pharmaceutical standards.

A. Brightspark

Brightspark is a safe, non addictive, natural remedy for ADD that contains 100 % homeopathic ingredients especially selected by our clinical psychologist. It was created to treat the symptoms of ADD child without the potentially dangerous side effects associated with many psychiatric drugs.

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The Symptoms of ADD/ADHD

The three main characteristics of ADD/ADHD are inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity. While many adults do not get diagnosed as children, the symptoms are often noticeable between the ages of three to seven years of age. Most children are not diagnosed until they reach school age, when they are involved in a structured setting and compared against a set of behavioral standards.

Inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity as common ADHD/ADD symptoms:

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Children, who actively is fair, because they was actively exploring the environment. However, if the child is too active, maybe there is interference. Before concluding of course children need to be diagnosed first. Generally diagnosis is made when a child enters school age. Can the diagnosis be done when a child under the age of 5 years? According to child development experts ADD / ADHD from Mansfield University, Eileen Bailey, explained

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The Dangers of ADHD Drugs

Doctors often don’t disclose the dangers of ADHD drugs. They may mention some “common” side effects such as problems sleeping, loss of weight, loss of appetite and irritability but rarely do they mention the “other” side effects.

Did you know – many ADHD drugs can cause:
a. Depression
b. Suicidal Thoughts and Tendencies
c. Heart Attacks
Harry Hucknall was 10 years old when he took his own life. Diagnosed as having ADHD and prescribed both Ritalin and Prozac, Harry had mentioned feelings of unwell and did not appear to be happy. Tests have revealed he had higher doses than a normal adult would have had for the same problems. Harry was not alone, hundreds of children have died from drug-related deaths, ADHD drugs that is.

The next couple of paragraphs will be sad and readers are warned of the fact.

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ADD is different with ADHD. Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a condition characterized by a short or poor attention span and inappropriate, impulsive behavior. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is ADD with hyperactivity. These disorders usually affect school-aged children, but many continue into adulthood. Symptoms include fidgeting, excessive talking, disregard of consequences, and an inability to concentrate. Psychosimulant drugs are often prescribed to control ADD/ADHD, but natural remedies, including natural supplements and exercise, offer nonprescription alternatives.
According to Dr.Earl Mindell’s research, there are natural remedies of add/adhd :

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The Trendiest Middle Names

Middle names are used much less than first names, allowing parents to be more creative and choose a truly distinctive and individual name. When considering middle names, it is best to pick a name that has meaning to you, or one that you simply love.

Popular middle names are often Biblical in origin. Boys’ names such as Andrew, Daniel, Jacob, Joshua, Michael, and Noah are one of the most enduring choices of expecting parents all over the world. Popular Biblical girl’s names include: Maria, Abigail, Elizabeth, Hannah, Rebecca, and Sarah. Biblical names are not only a timeless choice, but also add meaning to your child’s name as well as spiritual depth.

Choosing a name that honors a person that had an impact on your life is also a popular choice for a baby’s middle name.

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Ovulation is the process in a female's menstrual cycle by which a mature ovarian follicle ruptures and discharges an ovum (also known as an oocyte, female gamete, or casually, an egg). Ovulation also occurs in the estrous cycle of other female mammals, which differs in many fundamental ways from the menstrual cycle. The time immediately surrounding ovulation is referred to as the ovulatory phase or the periovulatory period.

Key Facts of Ovulation

• An egg lives 12-24 hours after leaving the ovary
• Normally only one egg is released each time of ovulation

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