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Approved by licensed medical personnel - ADD, ADHD, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, treatmentAttention Deficit Disorder (ADD) - Its Warning Signs and a Natural Treatment

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (same disease) is a disorder that is neurobehavioral in nature. With ADD, it is difficult to stay on task or to avoid inappropriate behavior.

Causes of Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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Genetics are associated with a greater likelihood of developing ADHD, since many people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder have a family member who shares the same diagnosis.

Food intolerances and the consumption of food additives (artificial flavors and colors), food preservatives (BHA and BHT), and sugars (sucrose, fructose, corn syrup, mannitol sorbitol, and othersweeteners) are also associated with ADHD.

Frequent antibiotic treatment of ear infections may be linked with ADHD.

Other contributing factors associated with Attention Deficit Disorder include nutrient deficiencies (such as vitamin and mineral deficiencies), essential fatty acids (EFAs) deficiency, lead poisoning, and fetal alcohol syndrome.

Attention Deficit Disorder Warning Signs

  • Unable to listen to instructions
  • Disorganized
  • Restlessness with hands and feet
  • Overly verbal
  • Fails to complete projects, school work and homework as well as chores at home.

There is more that one type of ADD/ADHD. One is a predominately inattentive subtype. Another is a predominately hyperactive-impulsive subtype. And finally, a combine subtype of ADD/ADHD.

Traditional Treatments For ADD/ADHD

While there are several traditional methods of treating this disease, there is no known cure. Traditional ADD/ADHD treatment methods include the use of  medications.

Ritalin, Dexedrine, and  Cylert  are known as stimulants that are used to decrease impulsivity in the affected child and are also used to increase attention span.  Many experts agree that treatment for ADD/ADHD should focus on multiple aspects of the individual and should not be limited to just the use of medications alone. Treatments should include a structured classroom environment, parental education (to educate about discipline and limit-setting), and special tutoring and/or behavioral therapy for the child, as needed.

Listol Supplements, How Do They Work?

Listol presents new hope for the treatment of ADD/ADHD that is different from the traditional approach to treatment. Data collected so far indicates that this supplement is a safe, all-natural supplement that rids the body of toxins that interfere with memory and learning, while also balancing the vitamin deficiencies commonly associated with ADHD.

Several mineral deficiencies have been found in children with ADHD. A Lancet study published in 1985 states that with the proper supplementation, many of the symptoms of ADHD can be suppressed. And this is where Listol comes into play. It provides those necessary factors that go into the support of the proper function of those processes.

6 small capsules (1 daily serving) contains (per Listol label):

  • Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCL)- 10mg, 500% Daily Value
  • Iron (as Iron Citrate)- 2.5mg, 14% Daily Value
  • Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide)- 300 mg, 75% Daily Value
  • Zinc (as Zinc Oxide)- 5 mg, 33% Daily Value
  • Copper (as Copper Gluconate)- 0.5mg, 25% Daily Value
  • Phosphatidylserine- 100 mg, *
  • Di-Methyl Glycine- 75 mg, *
  • Glycine- 500 mg, *
  • GABA Powder- 250 mg, *
  • DMAE Bitartrate- 350 mg, *
  • Huperzine A Extract (Huperzia serrata) (moss)- 1 mg, *

The ingredients in Listol are safe and have benefited many. In making an in informed decision about Listol supplements, you need to talk with your doctor or other medical professional.