Free Guide to the Best Vitamins and Supplements for Managing ADHD Symptoms
Can fish oil, iron, and other natural remedies help ADHD symptoms? Here’s what you should know.
Most ADHD professionals recommend eating a lot of fruits and vegetables, complex carbs, and some lean protein with every meal, since a balanced nutritional plan can help to manage symptoms. Unfortunately, not everyone eats the right foods to achieve beneficial levels of certain vitamins — or, in some cases, their bodies fail to produce the correct amount — which can result in exacerbated ADHD symptoms. Taking supplements of these key nutrients can sometimes help correct these imbalances — which is where ADHD Vitamins and Supplements comes in.
In this free guide, we outline ADHD-friendly vitamins and supplements — like iron, zinc, and magnesium — that may help common ADHD symptoms like hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention. Hoping to sleep better? Try melatonin. Looking to perk up concentration in your distractible child? Try pycnogenol — a compound derived from the bark of a pine tree.
ADHD Vitamins and Supplements also covers basic safety tips for taking supplements — including the fact that “all natural” is not synonymous with “safe.” Many herbs and supplements have side effects, may cause or worsen health problems, or could interfere with prescription medications, so it’s important to do your research before starting any vitamin or supplement — and this free guide is a great place to start!
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