Few steps to identify the causes of ADHD-ADD
(Natural Treatment for ADD/ADHD)
ADHD and ADD are two concepts that define difficulty in concentrating and in the ability to regulate emotional and/or motor impulses. Such difficulty is defined as the uncontrollable lack of ability to sit still (Tension Deficit Disorder) on the one hand, and on the other, difficulty focusing during variable tasks (educational and otherwise).
There are many diverse symptoms that are identified with ADHD-ADD,( http://www.intelligence-integration.com/addadhd.cfm), but if we examine the possibility of there being physical components that are able to cause these symptoms, we will notice that in most cases the cause of symptoms is an obvious physical component that is easily diagnosed.
After successfully locating and defining the physical bases of symptoms we can train the body to eradicate the difficulty without use of medication.
Any one of the following basic physical factors can lead to the appearance of great physical tension (Tension Deficit Disorder), which is released differently by each person.
The following conditions are common causes of great physical tension, resulting in symptoms that can be the source of ADHD-ADD misdiagnosis:
1. Immaturity of gross motor skills - Meaning - incapability to coordinate between opposing limbs. The right leg cannot cross over simultaneously with the left arm and vice versa while jumping on one spot (high levels of tension are produced during physical activity (Tension Deficit Disorder}, breathing is delayed and cognition processes are not enabled).
2. Immaturity of fine motor skills - High levels of tension arise when using hands (Tension Deficit Disorder) for any given task – writing, drawing, dressing, eating etc.
3. Immaturity of eye movement coordination -High levels of tension, tiredness, avoidance etc. arise when reading and/or writing, playing ball games, clumsiness, when spatial perception, is needed etc.
4. Hypersensitivity of the sensory system - When one or more of the senses are hypersensitive high levels of tension are created (Tension Deficit Disorder) as well as great mental strains in an effort to regulate/modulate the sensory system.
In addition, hypersensitivity can directly lead to some/all of the following symptoms:
Ongoing frustration, variable communication difficulties, aggression, impulsiveness, introversion/avoidance, mental and physical fatigue, lack of confidence in the power to change the situation, unwillingness to be in company (e.g. difficulty going to school, parties and social events), incapability to comprehend social situations and more.
There is a diagnosis approach for each of the above-mentioned physical conditions in the book, along with descriptions and animations of exercises used to improve each condition. All are physical conditions (instead of psychological or behavioral ones) that can be altered/improved by a short period of exercise implementation.