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Weaning Off ADHD Medication - Some Factors To Consider So Your Child Can Get His Childhood Back!

by Robert William Locke

posted in Reference and Education : ADHD

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There are many reasons why parents are now intent on their children weaning off ADHD medication. They are unhappy about the side effects and sometimes these seem to outweigh any advantages gained by taking the medication.

It is a well known fact that many of the drugs now used to control some mental problems in children can cause rapid weight gain. These drugs are usually prescribed for problems such as bipolar disorder, autism and ADHD. The figures are startling in that some children can gain up to 20 lbs in a few months. There are related problems such as increased cholesterol which can open the floodgates to many other health problems relating to obesity, diabetes and heart problems. But some children experience loss of appetite and there is stunted growth. With this scenario, it is not surprising that weaning off ADHD medication has become a priority for many parents.

We also know that up to 80% of parents of ADHD kids are not at all happy with the drug therapy used on their children and they would have acted differently if they had known about a few other facts before deciding on that particular treatment option. Obviously, if they want their children to get off ADHD meds, they have to do that under medical supervision.

But once that has been done, what alternatives should they consider? As regards troublesome behavior, parents are at a loss as to what to do. I know that parents have been able to significantly reduce the severity of ADHD symptoms just by following the techniques of effective parenting skills and a child behavior modification plan.

There is a very good book called 'How To Talk So Kids Listen And Listen So Kids Will Talk' by Adele Faber. This is an excellent guide in getting kids to talk about their feelings and anger instead of resorting to violent behavior. But any good child behavior modification program will deal with that effectively.

But weaning off ADHD medication also means that an alternative has to be found to keep kids calm, reduce the hyperactivity and impulsivity and also help them to concentrate and focus better. The fact that homeopathic remedies can do this very effectively is not known in mainstream circles or of it is, it is kept hidden for fairly obvious reasons.

Isn't it time to come out in the open and acknowledge that if we want our kids to get off ADHD meds, there are other equally effective and safer alternatives? Why not click through to my site where I have shortened the whole learning curve for you? This could be one solution to your child getting his childhood back and saving your sanity.

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Yes,you CAN raise happier, calmer and better behaved children. Discover how to get off ADHD meds and seek valid alternatives so that you can turn your child around.

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