Focus HP - 1oz
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is the fastest growing childhood disorder in the United States. According to the information published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in November 1996, an astounding 5 to 7 percent of American children and teens are believed to suffer from attention deficits. In some areas of the country, about half of all students are labeled as victims of this mentally disabling disorder. The rapid spread of AD/HD has been called an "epidemic."
Considerable confusion exists over what to call attention deficits. The American Psychiatric Association in 1994 re-classified the several forms of attention deficits as Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorders. Subtypes that are recognized include inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive. An individual can have any one of the subtypes or a combined type.
Adrenocorticotrophin 8, 12, 30X, 12, 30C
Anacardium Occidentale 30C
Arsenicum Album 30C
Baryta Carbonica 30C
Calcarea Carbonica 30C
Calcarea Phosphorica 30C
GABA 6, 12, 30X, 12, 30C
Hyoscyamus Niger 30C
L-Dopa 6, 12, 30X, 12, 30C
Lycopodium Clavatum 30C
Norepinephrine 6, 12, 30X, 12, 30C
Serotonin 6, 12, 30X, 12, 30C
– Paranoid. Schizophrenia. Manic-depression. A remedy of terrors. Devout, earnest, beseeching andceaseless talking. Delirium with desire to escape. – Thought to play a role in inflammation similar to that of histamine and it also acts as a neurotransmitter, especially concerned with the process of sleep. – A hormone, closely related to epinephrine and with similar actions, secreted by the medulla of the adrenal gland and also released as a neurotransmitter by sympathetic nerve endings. – Indecision. Loss of self confidence. Poor self-esteem. Weak memory, confused thoughts. Dyslexia. Incipient paralysis of the brain. – A physiologically important compound that forms an intermediate stage in the synthesis of dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine from the essential amino acid tyrosine. It also plays a role itself in the functioning of certain parts of the brain. – Nervous agitation. Muscular twitchings, spasmodic affections, generally with delirium. – An amino acid found in the central nervous system, predominantly in the brain where it acts as an inhibitory neurotransmitter. – Children are peevish and fretful, difficulty in performing intellectual operations. Impaired memory. Unable to sustain mental effort. Feeble minded children. Mental anxiety with all troubles. – Inability to apply himself. Learns poorly. Forgetful, confused, misplaces words and expresses himself wrongly. An overwhelmed mental and physical state. Adverse to work or exertion. – Loss of memory, mental weakness. Beclouded mind. Confusion. Slow mental grasp. Children cannot remember to learn. Childish and thoughtless behavior. – Changes places continually. Anguish and restlessness. Extremely nervous, restless and anxious. –Mental disorders. Bad memory. Absent minded. There is physical and mental lack of power. Lack of confidence in himself or others. Brain fatigue. – a hormone synthesized and stored in the anterior pituitary gland, large amounts of which are released in response to any form of stress. ACTH controls the secretion of corticosteroid hormones from the adrenal gland.
Tryptophan 6, 12, 30X, 12, 30C
– An essential amino acid that is necessary for the production of vitamin B3. It helps to control hyperactivity in children, alleviates stress, is good for the heart, and enhances the release of gro