ADHD: Is it a real issue? Controversies, causes, testing, research and treatments
ADHD is a common diagnosis for people to have, but there are many controversies about this condition and diagnosis.
In every condition or diagnosis, there will ALWAYS be causes of the condition, why do doctors or other practitioners never seem to try to find the causes of the ADHD, and just prescribe medications for it, forever?
If ADHD is a real diagnosis, why are there not any biochemical, physiological or blood pathology tests available to prove you have ADHD? (ADHD is just a diagnosis of observation of behaviours, or ticking symptoms on a checklist, which isn't ideal nor accurate)
Why are all the other symptoms and conditions which a person with ADHD has (such as digestive issues, inflammation, oxidative stress, anaemia and others), ignored in the diagnosis and "treatment"? Or in other words, the ADHD diagnosis is based on analysing the "head" only, and ignoring all the symptoms of the rest of the body
Why most people would be diagnosed with ADHD if they completed the diagnostic assessment in times of stress
Many people with ADHD just say this condition is just "normal", and will take ownership of the condition and not treat it. However there are some serious long-term progressions of this condition if not treated
Why does ADHD seem to run in families or in some ethnicities in many cases, but not in others?
Hence why I would question any ADHD diagnosis, and why I look into finding all the known root causes of this condition, as there are some known causes which can be easily treated to reduce symptoms and improve health, and not depend on long-term use of medications which cause a lot of side effects.
In a forthcoming 2-hour webinar, I will be looking into the details of ADHD, including:
The problems with diagnosing ADHD, and whether ADHD is a real diagnosis or not!
What is ADHD compared to other ASD or neurological conditions
Symptoms of ADHD, including the whole body symptoms that are not taken into account in an ADHD diagnosis
If ADHD isn't a complete diagnosis or a real condition, and cannot be tested, then what is it?
Testing for "ADHD", and the tests which SHOULD be done but are not typically done
What causes "ADHD". Yes there are known causes
The complications or risks of not treating ADHD
Treating "ADHD" naturally and holistically
Research and published studies on ADHD
And much more.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with ADHD, this webinar can help to understand the condition better, and help to reduce symptoms, improve health, and give long-term resolution for this controversial diagnosis. If you are a health practitioner (Naturopath, Nutritionist, Doctor, or other), this webinar can help you to better understand this diagnosis and other related conditions, and how to better help clients with "ADHD". Please share this event to others you know who could benefit from this information.
I look forward to seeing you at the online event soon!
Starting date/time - Saturday 20th May at 2pm Brisbane time. Duration - Approx 2 hours.
Don't worry if you cannot make the live event! It will be recorded and you will receive the full recording ASAP after the event, along with other resources. You will be able to access the recording for as long and as often as you need, and with no expiry!
The live Zoom link will be sent to all ticketholders before the event. See you there!