Newark, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/28/2014 -- Successful and evidence-based treatment for ADHD in children includes treatment without medication. ADHD treatment and self-help without medication is both possible and accessible for all children with ADHD.
The book Overcoming ADHD Without Medication "makes a compelling argument against medication use" in ADHD treatment, backed up "with a wide variety of sources and professional opinions", according to Elizabeth Franklin of Portland Book Review.
The book is suitable for "any caregiver" of children with ADHD. Franklin states, "even if medication is used in treatment, there are plenty of great ideas included that will help caregivers make life easier for children with ADHD."
Overcoming ADHD Without Medication's blog presently features approximately 20 articles, most of which are research-based, and many of which provide practical ideas for helping children with ADHD, as well as for natural ADHD treatment. A focus on prevention, recovery through lifestyle changes, and positive non-drug professional interventions and support is a winning combination for children with ADHD. ADHD treatment without medication that includes behavior modification is an evidence-backed method towards a long-term solution for ADHD in children.
The latest ADHD blog posts for ADHD Without Medication: A Guidebook for Parents and Teachers include:
ADHD Natural Cure - Artology
ADHD Symptoms in Children Difficult to Distinguish from Bipolar Disorder
ADHD in Children: Healthy sleep habits, happy child
Also, feel free to visit our TDAH Spanish language blog as well.