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Help for children with Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity. - 40 pages, paperback. by Nina Anderson and Howard Peiper, revised edition.

Possible side effects of Ritalin: chronic rash, stunted growth, weakened immunity, anorexia, anemia, depression, anxiety, insomnia, withdrawal.

Possible side effects of natural therapies: emotional stability, peace of mind, strengthened immunity, peaceful sleep, clarity of thought, ability to focus, more patient, enjoy life more, more loving.

"The time for a more natural holistic approach to treating children with brain disorders is more than overdue."
- Esteban A. Genao, M.D., F.A.A.P., pediatrician

"Once parents have succeeded in peeling their hyperactive kids off the ceilings, they ship them off to the medical profession and, more often than not, come back with a prescription for Ritalin, Doctors need to be concerned about the lack of proper nutrition, I.e., minerals, not the lack of drugs. I'm pleased that this simple, down to earth and honest book is available to the public and can be used as a holistic reference for A.D.D. and Hyperactivity, and most especially, that it explains natural solutions that work."
- Gillian Matlew, N.D., family practice

"In my experience, approximately 50 percent of A.D.D., hyperkinesis and hyperactivity behavior has etiologic roots in the craniosacral system. Based on these findings, I feel that more effort should be put forward in defining the contributing factors for these problems."
- John E. Upledger, D.O., O.M.M., researcher and founder of The Upledger Institute in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.