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Alternatives to Medication for the Treatment of ADD/ADHD

Children and adults are being diagnosed as ADD/ADHD with greater frequency and are most often given medication for the treatment of their symptoms. This concerns us at the American Institute of Learning and Cognitive Development, Inc. We find that many people are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD when that is not really the problem. We also are concerned that the first treatment option that is used is medication. We believe that there are more effective treatment options that will get the results that people want without having be on medication the rest of the person’s life.

Sometimes the problem really is ADD/ADHD, but frequently the problem is due to inefficiencies in some of the person basic thinking skills. In either situation there are two effective alternatives available to help the person. One alternative is basic thinking skills training. This helps the person be more efficient in his thinking and results in the person being able to focus and stay on task longer. It allows the person to do the things he needs to do and get the results that he wants without a lot of stress and angst. Procrastination becomes a thing of the past.

The other alternative is neurofeedback. This is a process by which the brain gets the feedback it needs to make necessary adjustments in its own brainwaves. When this occurs the brain is able to function at a much higher level and symptoms begin to disappear. People are able to concentrate better, sleep better, calm down hyperactivity, stay on task, accomplish things that use to be impossible for them and generally relax. The results become permanent and the person is freed from the symptoms that use to plague him.

For more information on these two alternatives, please contact us at the American Institute of Learning and Cognitive Development.

 
REMEDIATION RESULTS - Attention Deficit Disorder
 
Success Rate Areas of Difficulty Results Achievements
80%

Medication:

  • 90% taking ineffective medication
Overcome most disadvantages of ADD. Improvement motivates clients to continue.

Unable to read and afraid of losing a job, learned to read and write. Completed courses in electronics, high tech photocopying and computer maintenance. Manages large installation and maintenance division for a multinational company.

 

Emotions:

  • Negative emotional networks inhibiting base cognitive development

Medication:

  • Clients withdraw from medication as they develop cognitive efficiencies
  • 20-30% immediately eliminate medication
  • 70-80% reduce dosages
  • Finally all come off medication
Expelled from a school for the emotionally disturbed. Attempted suicide because life could get no worse. Arrived screaming abuse. During 2 years of remediation became a journalist. At the age of 15 received a Press Badge and full journalistic rights. Enrolled in a university.
 

Behavioural:

  • Anxious and depressed
  • Unable to cope with work or learning
  • Considered amoral
  • Environmentally destructive
  • Criminal orientation

Emotions:

  • Restructure emotional frameworks
Experienced obsessively impulsive behavior side effects from medication. While being remediated slowly eliminated medication.
 

Struggling at school:

  • Clients have substantial variation in base cognitive efficiency, from exceptional to critical. Clients demonstrate flashes of brilliance but are unable to succeed, causing enormous frustration.

Behavioural:

  • After three years, those considered amoral become dependable and moral, developing advanced personal philosophies
 
 

 

Academics:

  • Attain highest academic achievement
 
 

 
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