ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
ADHD, known as Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, is a common brain disorder in children. It can continue through adolescence and adulthood. It is a neurobehavioral disorder that occurs in up to 3% to 5% of children of school age. It is usually more common in males than females.
Symptoms of ADHD
The signs of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in some children are nowadays noticeable as early as 2 or 3 years of age. A patient suffering from this disorder will have difficulty in paying attention, or listening and following instructions. He may be easily distracted and may fail to finish homework or other tasks at time. He may be much talkative and sometimes, interrupts other's conversations. He may be daydreaming.
Ayurvedic approach to Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Ayurveda is one of an oldest system of health care that has its roots in India. Ayurveda offers a natural way to maintain the overall health of the body.
Ayurveda discusses the three aspects of mental ability and they are dhi, dhriti and smriti. Dhi is the power of learning, dhriti the power of retention and smriti is the ability to recall. Any imbalance in any of these mental functions, then learning problems may occur. When these three aspects of mental ability are coordinated, then the person will have a healthy memory. If the toxins (ama) are obstructing the communication channels between these three functions, then it will not only lead to learning problems but also leads to behavioral problems.
Healthy diet for patients suffering from ADHD
Food is an important source of nutrients, which is essential for the normal functioning of the body. In general, food allergies can put a lot of strain on our body. Hence we should take a healthy and balanced diet in order to maintain a healthy body. Allergies to food as well as food additives may lead to this disorder. No doubt, sweet foods are the favorite foods of many children, but a diet rich in high refined sugar may worsen the symptoms of ADHD. On the other hand, excluding the high refined sugar from the diet may improve the symptoms of this disorder.
Is there any Ayurvedic treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder?
Ayurvedic treatment of any disease involves the balancing of all the three doshas of the body as well as involves a healthy diet and healthy lifestyle. Ayurveda uses herbs in their treatment that helps to balance the aggravated dosha. These herbs are natural and hence Ayurvedic treatment is a natural way to treat any disease.
Dietary supplement for healthy nervous system
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Bacopa monnieri is a creeper herb that grows in the wild in the wet, hilly and marshy areas. In India, it is very well grown in the Himalayan region. Stems and the leaves of this brahmi plant are succulent in nature. Roots arise on the nods of the stem and flowers are formed on the axis of the leaves. This plant is rich in alkaloids, saponins, sterols, Brahmin etc.
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