As you read this article, you are probably dealing with a child hyperactivity disorder in your family or the environment around. Here we intend to describe the treatments of traditional medicine against this problem. You can consider this article as an online traditional medicine consultation! Stay with us.
Important tips about hyperactivity (Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder) disorder in children
Before entering into the main discussion, I must mention a few points. First, as societies and occupational activities become more complex, it can be said that if children with ADHD are not treated in time, it can have a significant negative impact on their future careers.
Today, simple jobs no longer meet the needs of societies. People need to be able to adapt to rapid changes in their environment, and unfortunately ADHD can be a barrier. A child with ADHD usually does not have a clear understanding of his or her environment, based on this misconception, can not draw the right conclusions, and as a result, behaves inappropriately to the environment.
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The second important point is that this disorder does not go away on its own. Although treatment for this disorder can be started at any age, psychologists say the best time to treat ADHD is in children between the ages of 3 and 8. So you should not underestimate this problem. If you have such a problem, you should start treatment before the condition gets worse. Procrastination in the treatment of hyperactivity in children can cause the child to become recluse.
Note that both aggression and depression can be a sign of hyperactivity disorder in children. And last but not least, the child hyperactivity disorder is a common disorder in children that can be easily treated. So do not worry, but do not miss the right time for treatment.
Traditional medicine and the definition of ADHD
Any child who is simply hyperactive should not be considered a child with ADHD. Note that children with ADHD have three symptoms at the same time. The content of hyperactivity and its symptoms is very extensive. In this section, we will briefly explain these three symptoms:
- Excessive hyperactivity
The first sign that most people know about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is hyperactivity. But it is a misconception that children with high bodily-kinesthetic intelligence are also hyperactive children.
- Inattentive children
In principle, inattentive children are better identified in school, but these children are forgetful at any age and basically leave their belongings in different places. These children are so careless in their school activities that they run into major problems. Some children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder think about several things at once.
- Impulsive behaviors
Impulsivity or impulsive behavior is a risky behavior, without intellectual and logical support and disproportionate to the situation that poses a danger to the individual or others. If impulsivity is not treated at an early age, it may manifest in some of the following behaviors.
- These children are unpredictable
- They harm themselves and others
- Abruptly resign from their responsibilities, duties or jobs
- Imbalance in speech and behavior
- They are not forward-looking
- They experience sudden excitement while watching sports scenes such as football, cars and motorcycling.
- These children eat or drink too much
- Not having enough patience to do a job or wait
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So far you are familiar with these three main symptoms, children with ADHD have 3 symptoms of hyperactivity, inattention and impulsive behaviors at the same time.
We strongly advise dear families to first consult with therapists to treat their hyperactive children. In some cases, we have seen at the institute that families come to us for drug-free treatment, while at the same time receiving medication from a previous therapist or using traditional medicine prescriptions.
But when treating the disorder in children, you should be aware that some traditional medicines and treatments and modern medicine have drug interactions, and its prescription for children should be done under the supervision of a therapist. Treatment of the disorder in the child has a golden period. With the loss of this golden period, the treatment will be more expensive and longer. Do not miss this golden window of treatment with unsecured treatments.
Traditional medicine advice on pediatric hyperactivity
Traditional medicine introduces the hyperactive child as intelligent and energetic, which sometimes causes risky activities to those around him, especially parents, by performing risky activities. According to traditional healers, if a parent is physically temperamental, their newborn is more likely to become hyperactive as a child.
Of course, the nature of the child is also effective in the occurrence of this disorder, so it has been stated that hyperactive children often have a choleric temperament, which is a dry and hot nature.
In general, it is believed that the presence of other temperaments in the occurrence of hyperactivity, the presence of choleric temperament (hot and dry) and melancholic temperament (cold and dry) greatly increase this possibility.
The cause of hyperactivity in terms of traditional medicine
According to many experts in the field of traditional medicine, if the pregnant mother does not receive special care during this period, her baby may become hyperactive. Here are some tips to increase the risk of ADHD in children:
- Lack of healthy care during maternal pregnancy
- Consumption of hot foods such as walnuts, peanuts, etc.
- Environmental stressors
- Deficiency of vitamin C and fortification pills such as iron in pregnant women
How to eliminate the physical and mental effects of hyperactivity
According to traditional medicine doctors, if people follow their advice not to consume bile-producing foods, the physical and mental effects of hyperactivity will be reduced.
Measures should also be taken to control the soda mood, which increases dryness and consequently exacerbates the symptoms of hyperactivity.
One of the effective methods is cupping, which has the effects of reducing the need to take hyperactive drugs. Also, by doing this operation, you can see the regulation of the function of the body’s glands, reduction of appetite and better growth of the child.
Other way is to consume honey vinegar, which moderates melancholic and choleric temperaments, and as a result, the child shows less symptoms of hyperactivity and calms down.
Of course, there are special rules for consuming honey vinegar, so it is recommended to consume only one tablespoon in the first days, then when the therapeutic effects increase, the amount of consumption should be reduced to one teaspoon.
As mentioned, the first step in treating ADHD in traditional medicine is to accurately identify the child’s temperament. If the child has a melancholic or choleric temperament, he must receive a proper diet. Most children with anemia are also suffering from iron deficiency, which usually has a choleric and melancholic temperament that must first be treated.
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Some herbs to reduce the effects of ADHD in children
Mint medicinal plant
If the hyperactive child suffers from stress and anxiety, you can definitely try this plant. Although most of this plant used to be used as a tea to reduce pain caused by headaches and stomach aches, but now it is one of the home remedies to reduce the symptoms of hyperactivity.
Chamomile medicinal plant
The use of chamomile is highly recommended for hyperactive children due to its soothing and stress-reducing properties. This plant can be given to the child in a hyperactive form and its positive effect on his mood and concentration is evident.
Another herbal treatment for hyperactivity is valerian root powder, which increases educational abilities and reduces restlessness and violent behavior in hyperactive children. It can be taken as a drink or tea to control the symptoms of hyperactivity.
Dracocephalumis known as one of the most important herbs for hyperactivity with its sedative, pain, irritability and depressant symptoms, which can be used 2-3 times a day.
Unsuitable foods for hyperactive children
- It is better to include less sugar and sugary foods such as cakes, sweets, chocolates, industrial juices in the diet of hyperactive children so as not to aggravate the symptoms and behaviors.
- Among the harmful foods for ADHD, processed foods contain industrial dyes such as compotes, sauces, chewing gum, lemon juice, etc.
- Foods such as jams, juices, pickles, etc. that contain preservatives (benzoic acid) increase the symptoms of hyperactivity
- Drinking carbonated beverages can aggravate the behavioral symptoms of ADHD by upsetting the balance of calcium and phosphorus in the child’s body.
- If a hyperactive child consumes less caffeinated beverages such as tea, coffee, etc., he will show less behavioral symptoms.
Finally, you should note that to treat pediatric ADHD, you must seek the help of doctors, and any arbitrary action in this regard can be dangerous. For more information or to receive an online consultation with a herbal doctor, contact us.