Parkinson’s disease is a debilitating degenerative disorder in humans. In this disease, the central nervous system is attacked, and special neurons that deliver dopamine throughout the body are destroyed slowly.
As a result, Parkinson’s sufferers have increasingly destroyed speech and motor function. And, as a result, many families and friends of such sufferers are looking for a Parkinson’s natural treatment that can help alleviate the symptoms of this disease.
Diet plays a major role in manifesting the symptoms of ADHD. It is believed that processed foods, foods with additives, colours and preservatives, milk and milk products, sugary carbonated juices and foods containing caffeine can all aggravate the symptoms of ADHD.
So avoid them. Ok then what should you take? Here they are – fresh natural fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, chicken, turkey, salmon, sardine, trout etc. Use healthy oils like olive oil for cooking.
Include supplements containing iron, zinc, magnesium and omega 3 fatty acid supplements like shark liver oil in your diet. It is scientifically proven that children with ADHD have a deficiency of these essential fatty acids.
Natural herbs can work great, but only under the proper guidance of qualified herbalists and naturopaths. Valerian, skullcap, gingko biloba, chamomile, oatstraw and gotu kola are some of the herbs found to be effective for ADHD natural treatment.
Natural ADHD Medications:
Homeopathic medicine works wonderfully for curing ADHD. Not only are these medications safe and 100% free from side effects, they also has the added benefit of improving the functioning of brain and the overall general health of the individual.
These ADHD natural treatments are found to be as effective as prescription drugs. So throw away those harmful prescription drugs and go get safe and effective homeopathic ADHD Natural Treatments for your child.
Avoid citrus juices –These are acidic and can increase the feeling of nausea.
Do not let the patient consume fried, greasy or sweet foods – Just typing that line made me slightly nauseous.
Let the patient eat smaller amounts with more frequency –This could help as the patient will not feel bloated.
Try not to mix hot and cold foods at the same meal – Give them a hot pudding with their hot meal etc
If the smell makes the patient nauseous –Feed him or her cold or room temperature food [eliminates the smell of hot food which can be off putting to anyone with nausea] Try getting the patient to drink between meals rather than with meals.
Let them snack on light and bland foods –Crackers or plain bread – if they wake up feeling nauseated in the morning [before breakfast]. Sometimes if the patient eats a high protein snack [lean meat or cheese] before going to bed they will not wake up with the nausea.
Generally let the patient eat when they are feeling less nauseous [can be hard at times if you are looking after more than one patient]