I recently found out my daughter has ADHD. Does anyone know of any natural remedies?

Stevie - posted on 09/17/2009 ( 79 moms have responded )

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I refuse to use any prescriptions on her, she is only 3 yrs old and I dont want her to turn into a zombie. Does anyone know of any natural remedies or supplements that I can give her?

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Jennifer - posted on 09/24/2009

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Discipline Discipline Discipline.....Medications don't work anyway. The body becomes dependent and makes the child go off into never never land and then you have to worry about them being depressed. I think it's a ridiculous diagnosis anyway. Doctors can't explain why children are hyper, but If my child was to supposedly have it, I'd request a brain scan to show me why...

Beth - posted on 09/17/2009

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I love this topic. First of all, how did whoever diagnosed you daugher KNOW she has ADHD? How do they know she is just an unchallenged 3 yr old? One of the main things at her age that can cause "hyper-activity" is diet. As far as attention deficite, she's 3 that means that she will not focus on things very long to begin with and probably needs lots of opportunites to express imagination, creativity and burn off physical energy.



One thing with diet is trying to remove preservatives. This means you need to cook her food and not use prepacked, easy, pre-fabricated food with colours, and lots of sugar and the like. Also, tomato products can have an effect on brain chemistry for some reason so stripping these things out of her diet, including even fruit juice with sugar can help.



Try her for at least 6 weeks on a fresh food diet with plenty of fresh fruits and veg. If you're going of offer her cookies, make them at home as you know what's in them. Water instead of juice.



Additionally, find out what she likes to do to keep busy, maybe a tumbling class or new craft at home, or take her to the park to run around once a day. Get rid of the busy TV or limit it to 30-60 minutes of viewing. Play music and provide instruments - anything to get her mind functioning on a creative level. Give her some room to be expressive and try to objectively evaluate if you're requiring her to be too grown up or structured.



After you have tried all this, see if she is happier and less ADHD-ish.



I wish you all the best - I guess I'm a bit passionate about this topic because I've worked with kids to have PTSD and real ADHD - there are FAR too many kids "diagnosed" with this that simply don't have it.



Bless.

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Stifler's - posted on 08/19/2010

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You can cut preservatives and additives I've heard that helps too.

Jennifer - posted on 09/25/2009

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I agree with Beth! A doctor wouldn't say a 3 year old has ADHD, in fact, our doctor wouldn't recommend even testing for that until 6 years of age....

Beth - posted on 09/25/2009

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honestly i think its really weird that a doctor would say a 3 yr old has adhd for sure. all three yr olds are hyper. its a part of being younge lol. i would never give my 3 yr old meds for something doctors can not determine till they are in school. once they are in kindergarten then they can tell for sure if they have it or not but until then they are just being kids.

Brandy - posted on 09/24/2009

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Try to keep her away from any food with unnatural dyes in it. Red dyes ( like in licorice and other candy) as well as caramel dye (in unnatural ice teas and syrups) have both recently been proven to cause ADHD and yellow dyes (like in cheese whiz) are suspected to aid in it as well.

Philippa - posted on 09/24/2009

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i have adhd and u need to take fish oils every day no sugars or E numbers and its all about rutean it is a inbal in the brain ur born with it and normally there is some1 or the mother or father side that has it so it will at some point need meds but 3 really is a bit young hearbil tea works too go to ur helth shop and ask look up www.adhd.ie really good info there

Carmen - posted on 09/24/2009

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coffee and stay away from processed foods and i think it is red dye eh i could be wrong about the dye tho?....there is all sorts of info out there :)

Karen - posted on 09/24/2009

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my daughter isn't medicated as it made her worse.
so now we watch her diet as best we can avoiding all the e's in foods, no fizzy drinks.
Children with ADHD need more Protein and less Carbohydrates although they usually crave the carbohydrates.
I agree the fish oilsare help full too.

My daughter couldn't be accessed until she was in school but definately was Hyper from 18 months

good luck

Amanda - posted on 09/24/2009

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OMEGA 3. Pretty much fish oil. It works to help stimulate the brain. My mother-n-law is a doctor and she has recommended this to many mothers who didn't want to put their child on prescriptions. Hope this helps. =]

Kimberly - posted on 09/24/2009

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Quoting Tina:

AAAAAHHH! Okay really what 3yr old doesn't have an attention issue? I praise you for not running to the doctor and asking for drugs. You are one of the few parents left who doesn't think drugging your kid into a haze is the answer. The thing is most kids these days are understimulated. Get her involved in something to help drive out that excess toddler energy and give her something to focus on. I had teachers try to tell me that my daughter had ADHD at 5 and that i should put her on medicine. I'm sorry that is lazy parenting. All kids are hyper and have a hard time focusing for long periods of time some just happen to be worse than others and need alternative outlets. I put my daughter in dance when she didn't like that we moved on to martial arts. She loves it. It teaches focus disipline and is a heck of workout and tends to use up any extra energy she may have. Drugging kids is a bad idea. Things like ritalin have horrid side affects on kids. When used at a young age it is known to cause depression and suicidal tendancies. So again I praise you for refraining from this.


I agree with Tina,



Girls and boys have different effects when it comes to being hyper at 3. I know boys are not supposed to have to sit down for school work until 10 years old. This is a true fact. I have witnessed this also. I am not sure about girls. I only have boys. I have a 12 year old and almost 10 year old. I homeschool them both. My oldest has ADHD, and he didn't sit in a seat to do work until 10 1/2 in a calm way. He needed to move around and could not do this in school. It was too distracting. Having him at home has made a difference. Plus, he doesn't have to worry about the different smells at the school that would bother him. There are some dust particles that bother them also. You have a lot of that at schools in the air ducts when the air or heat comes one.



Doctors just prescribe meds at a high rate. My doc wanted to put my child on meds, the teachers also did. I refused. This is my child that I refuse to medicate. I have spent years trying to find out what works the best. I finally found it and thank God for the person who introduced me to it.



God Bless 

Melissa - posted on 09/24/2009

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keep to a schedule they need structure its very important one little thing out of order will put into a fit. Try to keep things calm I know calm whats that but it can help

Kimberly - posted on 09/24/2009

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Quoting michelle:

medication doesnt turn them into zombies take it form me my 14yrold is adhd and came of his medication in 6 class it helped him before he was on medication he could not wacht thomas the tank engine he was so impulize that he was a danger to himself its a cemical imbalance in the brain and diet has no efect with it at all their is a treatment for it but it cost about 5000 au it does have results its completly drug free he was 3 when i put him on medication they can grow out of it but be weary a lot of kids are wrongly labeled adhd and unfourtunly natural remedies only work for a short time as i whacthed freinds try them on their kids i hope this has helped



Michelle, that is wonderful that the meds you have your child on help him. But, I am a living witness that diets do work. My child on a adhd diet that just took me going to the health food store with a adhd diet book and getting foods that are not cheap. It changed him, plus it made him aware of the things that he should not have. He was 5 when I did this for him, and now at 12 he looks at labels. He knows that the dyes are not good. He knows that too many carbs will set him off, and he loooooooooooves bread. I changed his milk, this was a big one. We now have soy milk.



If anyone wants to try the diet, it works. You have to follow it to religously. You can't make any subsitutions. Eat carefully when going out to eat. It is a big change.



I was telling someone earlier that the products that I use now, I also have a business in as well to help others. They are all natural daily used products. Since it is a chemical imbalance in the brain, chemicals should not be used in your home. Thier clothes should be washed in a non-chemical product. This made another big change, cause when they become teenagers other doors come open for ADHD.



God Bless!!!

Kimberly - posted on 09/24/2009

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Hello Stevie,
I use products that my family loves. I also have a business helping others to use them. My oldest son has ADHD and it has helped him to improve. He is now 12 and does really well. I had tried different things for years and nothing really helped, but to change his diet. Now, the all natural products have helped him. Usually the chemicals that they are exposed to daily, don't help them.
Send me a message and I will tell you more. Good luck!!

Sandra - posted on 09/23/2009

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I can help you with that. My son has been diagnosed with a heart defect which contributed to him having ADHD. I did not want to put him on meds, but I ran out of options to help him. They told me to remove all red dye from her food and drinks. Feed her wheat products like bread and spaghetti. Get them on a strict schedule. Morning; wake up, eat breakfast, brush teeth, and finally get dressed. You need to stick to it, even on the weekends. If she is in preschool try to help her focus by moving her desk away from others that distract her. It helped for my son, for a little while. Just make sure you have a good routine and you stick to it, if nothing else.

Sharlene - posted on 09/23/2009

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hi my son also has adhd and also sufferes with aspergers we make him take fish oil tablets with multivitamins in them they are fantastic for keeping his health up he has not had a cold or been sick for i dont know how long. but you really need to stay away from the additives etc try and get yourself a copy of sue dengates the failsafe cookbook this is just wonderful and there are a few other books that i have read which help espeically with the school side of things as well, understanding adhd by dr christopher green, fed up with adhd by sue dengate, adhd who's failing who by dr brenton prosser, try and get them into boxing as well good for the eye and hand co-ordination, you will find it hard to start with changing the diet around even certain perfumes etc can set them off, but you will find out what does and what doesnt when you take everything out and introduce items slowly back in.

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What kind of syptoms is the doctor using to make a diagnosis? I have a 3 yr old little girl, and it seems like she has adhd all the time, but it's so hard to know, they're only 3!!! there are so many websites you can look up about this, google natural remedies for adhd, and so many things will pop up, please talk with ur doctor or alternative medicine doctor before giving anything to her. Also a good balanced schedule that is very consistent helps too

Melissa - posted on 09/23/2009

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I heard changing their diets helps quite a bit. Avoiding starchy foods in particular. (((HUGS))

Stacie - posted on 09/23/2009

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I have recently read (somewhere) that the diet really affects ADD and ADHD. Taking sugars and maybe carbs out of the diet possibly may help.

Cyndi - posted on 09/23/2009

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My daughter is 8 and was diagnosed at 7 with ADHD. She takes vyvanse and it does not turn her into a zombie. That being said, I don't think I would give a 3 year old ADHD meds and surprised that a doctor diagnosed this at age three. Caffeine should help her focus better if she has ADHD. It has the opposite effect.... HTH

Amanda - posted on 09/23/2009

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My nephew has a form of attention dissorder and SMALL amounts of caffien do help. When someone has ADD what would bring a normal person up will bring them down. and vice versa. My sister also has a mild case of it and it works for her too. For your daughter I would suggest a very small drink like coke or sweetened coffee, or perhaps something portable like chocolate covered coffee beans to keep in your purse?

Michelle - posted on 09/23/2009

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medication doesnt turn them into zombies take it form me my 14yrold is adhd and came of his medication in 6 class it helped him before he was on medication he could not wacht thomas the tank engine he was so impulize that he was a danger to himself its a cemical imbalance in the brain and diet has no efect with it at all their is a treatment for it but it cost about 5000 au it does have results its completly drug free he was 3 when i put him on medication they can grow out of it but be weary a lot of kids are wrongly labeled adhd and unfourtunly natural remedies only work for a short time as i whacthed freinds try them on their kids i hope this has helped

Sherry - posted on 09/23/2009

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Stevie, I too have a daughter with adhd, she is now 11. Has a Doctor told u she has adhd??? At the tender age of 3, all kids are hyper! I think at 3 it is way too young to try remedies on her. She still hasn't even gotten a chance to grow into herself. I knew my daughter was adhd at a young age as well, but I let her be her. It wasn't until i saw it affecting her school work that i decided to do something about it. All meds do NOT make u "zombie like". I started my daughter on Concerta when she was in 5th grade & gave it only for school, her grades went up & her attention span lasts longer. By no means is she a zombie. I would advise you to just hold off on everything & just let her be a kid, until it affects school, I wouldn't sweat it. And remember, all 3 yr olds are handfuls, i have one myself. I too, think she may be adhd, but just gonna let her be a kid for now! Goodluck!

Vicki - posted on 09/22/2009

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Was this a diagnosis from a medical proffesional? I have ADHD, my son and my daughter both do as well my doctor told me it was heriditary. I would encourage you to talk to a therapist and a psychiatrist with your daughter though at her age unless it is really affecting her everyday life I would not worry to much about it. Another Mom on here mentioned caffeine and if you have ADHD or you know anything about it you know people with ADHD respond to stimulants differently than other people things that hype other people up calm people with ADHD. You can try caffeine but everyone is different so it may not be helpful. I also would encourage you to not think so negatively about medication not all medicine turns people into "zombies" that is why your doctor is there to help you figure out what works best and if medicine is the solution. I am not saying you should medicate a three year old but when she is old enough it may be a good solution. My son is 10 and we have been struggling with what works for him for years now. It affects his education so much now and he is going into middle school next year so we are going to try meds for the first time very soon. Again I am not saying what is best for you and your daughter I just encourage you to keep an open mind and talk with her doctors to find what it is that will work best for her. I myself take medication for ADHD and it in no way makes me a zombie. I wish you all the luck in finding what works for your daughter.

Nicole - posted on 09/22/2009

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My now 6 year old was diagnosed 18 months ago following an accident he had at 3yrs & 11 months where he sustained a head injury. I tried everything, he had therapy and i tried the natural meds in the form of Bach Flower Remedy, but for him, the only thing that worked was Ritalin. A year later and i have a happier son who is doing fairly well at school considering we're yet to find a dosage that suits him ( so far, the latest works best) He has managed almost a full school term without getting detention, which is great!

By all means try the non drug path first, but if it doesnt work, dont discount the drugs. I didnt like the idea of drugging my boy either, but i had to, he was getting too aggressive with his playmates and me. He's much calmer now and his teacher can see the difference in him.

Good luck!

Laura - posted on 09/22/2009

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This may have already been posted, but check out www.feingold.org. This has greatly helped our 6 year old. My husband and I also feel better all the way around. :o)

Audra - posted on 09/22/2009

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Absolutely!!! I have tons of information about ADHD that I would love to give to you!!!! Look over this attachment there is great info....pg. 16 talks about ADHD! If you have never heard of Shaklee products I urge you to check them out....the company has been around for 50+ years and I have used their products for 15years!!! Shaklee is the #1 natural nutrition company in the US and they have a 100% satisfaction guarantee...money back if you don't like!! Anyway check out this link:

http://www.shaklee.net/pws/library/busin...

Here is my contact information.... I would love to talk more with you! I also have an ADD booklet I could send you also if you would like to see it. Hope this helps!


Audra Brown
720.364.8645
audrabrown7@gmail.com

Sandy - posted on 09/22/2009

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Hi. if you are able to find somebody who does "Bach Flower Therapy" try that as an option. I had great success with my daughter at the age of 10, when they wanted to put her on Ritalin. bach Flower Therapy had a better effect on her than the drugs. Good luck

Melissa - posted on 09/22/2009

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the only thing i know is make sure they are on a set route. be very consistant and don't put vanilla in anything they eat.

April - posted on 09/22/2009

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my daughter goes for accupuncture, not the one with the bg long needles, it is called neridian regulatory accupunture. It is usually done by a licensed physician or pschyiatrist. it is measure and works like a tens unit, the needls are 2mm they measure the electrical impulses in your body and only treat the areas that are not balanced with 10 seconds of a very small amount of electricity, you can't even feel it. My daughter now tests at the top of her class , and my accupuncturists son, also hyper all his life was treated and graduated top of all his classed and is now a physician as well. If you are interested I can give you their phone number and maybe they can recommend someone in your area.

Anna - posted on 09/22/2009

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I have heard from many ppl that a gluten & casin free diet helps alot! sometimes ADD or ADHD can be related to food alergys! I think less or very little white sugar will help, and that doesn't mean just use brown sugar instead, try agave nectar, brown rice suryp xylitol, stevia, there's lots, check the health food store!

Cathy Dawn - posted on 09/22/2009

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There is a great new cook book out that provides a Gluten-free and Casein-free diet it is called "The Kid Friendly ADHD & AUTISM Cookbook" There has been improvement with my son who has Autism. I like it I have even been able to get him to eat healthier. Give it a try. Oh the book is by several doctors. I order mine out of the ABC catalog.

Debora - posted on 09/22/2009

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THERE`S A SPECAILEST IN RODCESTER NY WHO FOUND MORE ADD/ADHD CASES EVERY YEAR DUE TO WHAT HE CALLS THE ELECTRIC BABYSITTER.I READ THS IN A CHILD PARENT MAGIZINE SOME 6 YRS AGO.HE IS A HEAD OF PEDS FLOOR AT STRONG MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.

Debora - posted on 09/22/2009

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I KNOW SOME ONE WHO HAS THIS HERSELF SHE IS A ADULT SHE USES THIS DIET NO GLUETEN,MSG,CASIN WHICH IS FOUND IN MILK SO THIS MEANS SOY .HER BOYS ALSO ARE ADD.I LOOKED AT WWW.PTSD .ORG THEY HAVE A NATURAL SUPPLEMENT LISTED FOR MORE THAN PTSD IT SAYS USED FOR AD,ADHD.

Neeley - posted on 09/22/2009

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Depending on age, & severity, meds may be the way, WHEN SHE STARTS SCHOOL! What doctor would put a 3 year old on those meds??? I have 3 boys...all adhd. My brothers & I are also. Up her natural omegs fats. Feed her fish. Up her levels of folic acid. Sprinkle wheat germ in her oatmeal & muffins. Make sure she is taking a daily vitamin. If she gets fidgetty, stop what you are doing and do jumping jacks, something to help the blood flow. AdHd is a constriction of blood vessels in the brain when any form af adrenaline is released, & it is released for ANY kind of work; math problems to emergencies. Keep her on a SCHEDULE. Trust me this is crucial. Routine is the answer. None of my children are on meds now, only one has had them & that lasted a year. It was very helpful in establishing a routine with him. He was never a zombie, & we used them as a crutch, to help heal. Most children grow out of ADHD or just learn to live with it. Good Luck! Let me know if you need more info

Emily - posted on 09/22/2009

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My son is 16 but was diagnosed with ADHD when he was 7. As parents we found parenting him challenging but he was a very lovable affectionate boy and still is but doesnt really have a sense of danger and is very impulsive. ~We decided not to put him on treatment as we didnt want to change him in any way so i have taken part in some positive parenting courses at different age stages which definitly helped and has helped me parent my younger three childen also. Also there is an Omega capsule called IQ though it is quiet expensive and has mixed reviews My son hasnt found it helpful but a friends son has. He carries a piece of plasticine in his pocket in school and rolls it in his fingers during class ( his own idea ) he says it stops him fidgeting ) tho he still finds concentrating difficult he has done very well in his last state exams and his hyperactivity is def not as bad as it used to be. I hope this is of some help to you but i would contact your local Childhealth office and ask about free parenting classes, this is what helped me most and he is a happy and well adjusted teenager now. Good luck on you parenting journey....

Tiffannie - posted on 09/22/2009

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I was just reading in the book"Super Foods Rx" that omega-3's are proven to help aid in concentration especially in cases of ADHD americans really lak them in our diets so try ading fish, and omega-3 fortified eggs to your family's diet, they are in some plants and other things too, also availible in supplements, i really recomend the book...

Gwendolyn - posted on 09/22/2009

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Love,giving her additional challenges to keep her mind focused so she will not lose the attention and grasp the challenge, enormous understanding of the problem which I am sure you already have and lots of support from other family members.

This really works. Medicines only dull the senses and I do agree with you on not wanting to make your daughtter a zombie. Be blessed. Herbal remedies may help but also be aware of the toxicity for a child. Take care





Gigi

Melissa - posted on 09/21/2009

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isn't 3 yrs old a bit early to diagnose something like that? i mean seriously, what 3 yr old really has control of their attention span? i too am against most medications of this sort. i was put on ritalin at a very young age. i took it for years before finally hitting my ealry teens and basically weening myself from the bullshit. it was hard to function and i hated it. i refuse to do that to my daughter so i can totally sympathize with your opinion on the matter. my best friend's oldest daughter had been diagnosed as well and she and her dh also refuse meds. the approach they have taken is to try and change to a mainly organic diet and to cut out all gluten. the best advice i have is to find a local health foods store that you can count on to be knowledgeable about such things. talk to someone in charge and with the most experience and see what sort of resources and supplements they can help with. most will carry books on the subject and even cookbooks for going gluten free if that's the route you choose. and if possible cut out all caffeine and added sugars. and no red dyes. they are really really bad. good luck to you mama!

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my younger sister is ADHD and we tried everything and the only thing that worked for her was Adderall. we hated giving it to her but it helped her focus and her grades improved tremendously, not to mention she was calmer and not so mean. now she is also epileptic and autistic so some things that work with other children might not have worked for her.



sorry i couldn't have been more of help to you.

Stevie - posted on 09/21/2009

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Thanks to everyone for your inputs! I completely agree with taking all sugars out out of her diet and I have been for about 5months now. But she has been very hyper for over a year now and no not like a regular 3 yr old. I also have another daughter that will be 2 in 3 weeks so I can tell the difference in both of them. And believe me I know that they are two different people but you can automaticlly see something is a bit off. I have done many different things with her to get her focused. The only thing she really can get into is being creative. Shes amazing at artwork for her age. I cant believe the things that she can come up with. Thank god her father and I are still together so it is a bit easier that we can work together at this.

I have been to 4 doctors that have all said the same thing about her having ADHD. I wasnt so sure at first but after the last I figured they had to be right. Also, I dont give my kids any kind of junk food. They dont really ever get sugar or junk food. And I always make home cooked food every night for my family. Thats the way I was raised.



And for the one lady who said, if my child had diabetes would I refuse her insulin?, no I would not. I dont feel Im refusing my child anything, I want to see what else is out there before putting her on a medication. Im not saying meds are bad but I would rather go through all my options before hopping on to a drug and just say ok this is what u are taking for the rest of your life and not knowing anything about it. In my past I have had nothing but problems with meds, my mother used to have BPS ( borderline personality disorder ) so growing up I took care of her. All I can remember is her popping perscriptions like it was candy and it got the best of her. She was on xanax, klonopin, tegrotal, lithium, lexapro and ambiem. She ended up commiting suicide last yr because of the (demons) in her head. She did it in my familys home while she was visiting my husband and I and her grandchildren. This is why I am taking other routes before I shove something down her throat.

I have been giving her B12 and have seen a little difference in her. She isnt as hyper but still cant sit or stand without going off onto another subject without finishing the first thing she was on.

Once again thanks to everyone, good and bad input. It helps to know whats out there and how I can get ready for others reactions when I have a question again.

Louella (Ellie) - posted on 09/21/2009

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I know aobut that "zombie" issue.... my son was diagnose with ADHD about 6 months ago and he was put on Vyvanse. This is one med that i didn't want him on... and now after he has been on it for 2 months... there are more issues that i have to take care of now. I am now trying to find "natural" remidies myself. The only one i could find so far is chamomile tea..... for the morning and evening.... it calms him down a little. I may go with morning, afternoon, and evening to see if that works. But of course it is different for everyone.

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I just found out that my son has ADHD, and I'm thinking of just limiting his sugar intake and making sure he gets more vegetables. I also set limits on the things he does, like if he's watching a program I'll tell him he only has five more minutes to watch and I'll set my timer to go off to let him know his time is up. This helps a little. If you get any good ideas, please let me know.

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I went into a health food store the other day and I saw a natural remedy - I don't know the name (sorry) but if you go to any health food store and look in their childrens section you should be able to find it. Also if she eats alot of sugary foods like sugar cereals, juices made from concentrate, kool-aid, soda, cookies, etc., cut down on them. You'd be surprised how much diet has to do with ADHD in children. Good Luck!! :)

Caroline - posted on 09/21/2009

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I have to agree with the above moms who suggest removing dye & preservatives from your child's diet. Also sugar. On top of that, too much grain can be a culprit. Especially grains (or any foods) prone to mold.

Dani - posted on 09/21/2009

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well stevie that is a hard one. you should refuse the meds if you can do something else because they do make you feel like a zombie. i know, I have had adhd all my life too. so i can say it doesnt get better as they get older because i still hate standing or sitting still (smile). i am always hyper but it gets better a little because you can put her in activies that she can enjoy to burn off the engery. once she burns the engery off she will go right down to sleep and any other thing you want. so my answer to you is paients and lots of fun high engery things to do such as bike riding or ball playing anything that she can run run run. good luck if i can help let me know. im 33 and i still get hyper after all these years i havent really found anything to use expect good old fashion hard work you know burning off that engery before i lay down

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I can send you a report from a medical doctor who specializes in nutritional medicine. Send me an email at iamhere2@cox.net and I'll send it to you. Much better to try the nutritional route before taking the drastic step of drugs.

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