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Why do the side effects occur from ADHD medicine?

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2015-07-17 17:38:21
2015-07-17 17:38:21

All medicines can cause side effects. The meds used for treating ADHD act upon the chemicals in the brain, so anywhere these chemicals have action, there can be side effects. Not everyone experiences the same side effects, but it is important to discuss with your physician any that you have so that treatment can be geared directly toward your condition.

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Dr. B.

* IF you use an energy medicine you will not get bad side effects!!

You might want to look for an alternative non drug way to be able to pay attention better, look at the higher potential you would have.

Try the Australian Bush Flower Essences Cognis 7 drops in 16 oz of water, shake and sip while needing to concentrate and wanting to retain better, can also be used for better recall.

"Australian Bush Flower Healing" by Ian White

ISBN-10: 073380

Yahoo email group discussing Australian Bush Flower Essences

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/ABFEstudy/

You might also consider trying ADD-care. It is the only natural supplement that has been shown to rival the stimulants as shown in SPECT brain imaging scans and the Conner's impulsivity test at the Amen Clinic.

http://www.add-care.com

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