Treating ADHD without Meds: A User's Guide
From fish oil to zinc, from brain training to behavior therapy, there is a wide range of options worth trying to improve ADHD symptoms.
Be Open to Treatment Options
"There's no way to predict in advance if a child or an adult will be helped by any individual treatment, even medication," says Duke University's David Rabiner, Ph.D. His advice? It is critical to monitor your symptoms (and those of your child) to know what's working--and to be open to a variety of changes in diet, exercise, sleep habits and more.