3 Steps to Conquering ADD ADHD is a book written by Jon Bennett who claims that he wrote it after a negative experience involving his brother who was diagnosed with the disorder.
There is quite a bit of controversy surrounding the use of stimulants (such as Ritalin, Adderall, and Dexedrine), the most common type of medication prescribed for attention deficit disorder. As useful as these drugs can be, most doctors feel the potential side effects should be carefully weighed against the benefits before prescribing the them.
These medications may cause weight and appetite loss and a slower growth rate in addition to difficulty sleeping. Other doctors say if they carefully watch the child’s height, weight, and overall development, the benefits of medication far outweigh the potential side effects. And many side effects that do occur can often be handled by reducing the dosage.
Bennett’s book offers an alternative to the drug therapy that many ADD-ADHD diagnosed individuals are subjected to and which causes concern for these individuals’ parents and loved ones.
One of the biggest problems with diagnosing ADD-ADHD is that there are so many other things (at least 50 other conditions) that mimic ADD-ADHD symptoms. Because ADD is nothing more than a set of characteristics, there isn’t a conclusive medical test which determines if someone has the disorder or not.
3 Steps to Conquering ADD ADHD suggests that people are being diagnosed with ADD or ADHD and given potentially dangerous medications to treat the disorder when, in fact, they may not even have it.
Oxford University, the National Library of Medicine, and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ALL agree that ADD-ADHD symptoms can be eliminated naturally and Bennet goes on to describe how in his book.
First, he basis his instruction on studies that show that ADD-ADHD people have a serious deficiency/imbalance of brain chemicals called neurotransmitters. They burn through nutrients and neurotransmitters at a much faster rate than the average person and they are not providing their brains with the right vitamins and nutrients.
Bennet claims that following the instructions in his book for 2 minutes a day can get results and that his methods have been successfully used by thousands of people all over the world.
His book goes into detail on what foods, vitamins and nutrients he believes ADD-ADHD people can eat to curb the disorder and which of those, if taken, will make it worse.
Along with the book, Bennet claims that you receive a 55 page “3 Steps To Conquering ADD-ADHD” eBook manual, a 30-Day FREE trial of the New “3 Steps To Conquering ADD” Member’s Only Site, scientific proof from 37 ADD-ADHD clinical trials and studies, written in plain English for the layman, specific techniques and methods for getting rid of ADD-ADHD, and customer ratings/reviews of certain ADD-ADHD products.
3 Steps To Conquering ADD ADHD is updated about every 6 months and the update is available to everyone who has purchased a copy.