Alternate Health Care Approach to ADD/ADHD

Posted by admin on Aug 23, 2009

Alternate Health Care shows that if your child is diagnosed as ADD/ADHD there is no need for you to join the thousands of parents worldwide, who lie awake at night wondering about the future for their affected children.

Help is at hand!

Dr Scott Saunders MD has helped hundreds of families in his 15 years as a medical doctor.  No need to keep scouring the internet for a information as Dr Saunders explains that the answer is not to be found in dangerous drugs which only mask the symptoms.  He provides proven sound advise on how to manage and alleviate the problem by using alternate health care.

On November 12, 2007, a team of American Scientists released the findings of a Multimodal Treatment Study of children with ADHD that showed that while pharmaceutical drugs such as Ritalin and Concerta can work well for a short term, over a 3 year period there was no measurable improvement in a child’s behaviour.  They also found that th drugs could stunt growth.

Unfortunately the publicity machine of the big pharmaceutical companies has educated the world that their drugs are effective with the consequence that some teachers insist that hyperactive children receive this type of treatment if they are to remain at school.  It is understandable that the teachers resent the disruption that a hyperactive child presents but they fail to recognise that the ADND child is thinking a lot faster than other children therefore gets bored easily which is demonstrated by their fractious behaviour.

Why risk subjecting your children to a lifetime of chemical dependency?

Investigate Dr Saunders natural methods of alternate health care which involve a balanced diet of the right foods and supplements that really work.  Combine this with a simple exercise program, preferably involving a sport which will burn off the extra energy and help them gain the laser like focus need to be successful in whatever they are doing.

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Natural Health Today Site exercise and diet advice.

Posted by admin on Aug 15, 2009
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Natural Health Today revolves  around healthy lifestyles and creating a diet and exercise program to lose weight and tone up.  What you need to be asking yourself is, “what is the best program for me”.  It is a very personal decision so you need to consider some of the following points.

You need to set some goals.  In doing this it is important to think of what motivated you to start on the diet in the first place.  If it is a health issue then your doctor can advise you as to what weight target you need to aim for.  It may be just your wish to improve your appearance for a special occasion.  In any event it is necessary to keep records of your progress.  Old school thinking on keeping records during a diet was to weigh yourself regularly.

A more modern approach is to take measurements of your body before you commence and then during the period of your diet to re-visit these measurements on a weekly basis to keep a record of your progress.

Because your program will also include exercise, it may well be that you will replace some fat with muscle and as muscle weighs more than fat your weight may not vary as much as you would hope but you are achieving the effect of reducing your size with your new healthy eating habits and exercise regime.

It is a good idea to share your goals with a friend of family member or even better, partner with someone who also want to diet so you can keep each other on track. There are a lot of diet programs to chose from which you can help you to achieve natural health today and you can research them on the Internet.  A Google search will lead you to a view pages which compare one with the other.  This will help you to make a decision as to which program suits your lifestyle and eating habits the best.

In any event most will include eating fruit and vegetables which provide more nutrients with fewer calories, as well as a regular exercise program which may be only going for a short 30 minute walk each day, not necessarily working out in the gym. Starting a weight lose program or diet program is not difficult but it is hard to stick to it.

Consistency is the most important factor.  When setting your goals they should be realistic with say an easy target of losing approximately a pound a week until you achieve your target weight.  Then to maintain that target weight you can readjust your program accordingly. What we are really talking about here is a healthy lifestyle which reduces the intake of sugar and salt and fat.

The emphasis should be on eating fruit, vegetables and nuts which provide the essential anti-oxidants and vitamins to help your muscles recover from the exercise program that you have chosen. So just to re-cap, to obtain natural health today you must  remember you motivation,  if it is to lose weight for appearance, get rid of all your baggy old clothes and tell yourself that they will not be needed again.

Set a target weight in consultation with your doctor or personal trainer.  Use the tape measure to measure your girth, your chest, your biceps, your arms, your thighs, your calves and all those areas of your body that are affected by excess weight .  Set you Goal and stick to it!

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Is 10 minutes worth of exercise of any use towards heart health/weight loss?

Posted by admin on Aug 30, 2009

I am what they call "Super Morbid Obese" and i am trying to lose weight and my endurance is for crap. i know 30 minutes a day, 3 -5 times a week is recommended amount of exercise but i am lucky if i can do 10 minutes at a time. so my question is this…is any amount of exercise useful? even if it is only for 2-5-10 minutes? or is it pointless if i can’t do for longer?

One thing you could try is when you’re working out, staggering your cardio. Like do 5 or 10 minutes, take a break, do some other exercises like strength training, then go back and do another 5 or 10 minutes of cardio. You will gradually be able to increase your time and start seeing some good results. =] This is what I do and it seems to work for me.

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Which crisis do you feel requires more immediate action: health care or social security?

Posted by admin on Aug 30, 2009

A guy I saw on CSpan the other day said that health care was a much more disastrous impending crisis than Social Security insolvency. He said that a many in the general public felt that there wouldn’t be any money left for Social Security payments by the time they retire; and as such, they were or felt they should be making alternate savings arrangements. He (an economist and social policy researcher) also indicated that this was far less likely than Medicare, Medicaid, and health care for Americans as a whole experiencing a crisis of epidemic proportions; i.e. budgetary deficiencies, increasing numbers of people without coverage, etc.. In the face of this more pressing crisis, Americans are typically not proactively seeking solutions, if there are really even any available.
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Both subjects are touchy. I am 50, and will retire in the not too distant future. My husband and I have prepared for this, and started when we were much younger. We are in the minority, though. Our friends were buying big houses, big cars, and big boats instead of preparing for retirement. Now, my husband and I did not do without, but we were cautious…and I am so happy we were. My husband will retire in 4 years, at 52 and I will retire 6 years after he does. I am a teacher and I see no need to stop. Social security is not something we will depend on.

The health care issue is a bit more serious. I am diabetic, and will be until the day I die. When I retire, I will have to be more financially responsible for my care if Medicare doesn’t improve, but we’ve allowed for that, too. I cannot imagine living in this age without taking care of your family business and not depend too heavily in a system that cannot possibly help us all.

I would hope that we could gradually dissolve SS as it is now, though certainly it would take about 50 years or perhaps longers, for our country is so ingrained in it. As for health care, I just don’t see a viable solution, at least none that would work across the board.

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