Hyperactivity Disorder May Also Affects Adult. What To Do? Read ON

ADHD in adults

ADHD in adults

You may find yourself restless, disorganized, agitated and impulsive. No, you are not high in drugs YET.

You find yourself consulting a doctor who is also treating kids with ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Guess what? You also have the same disorder and you may prescribe with the same famous drug for ADHD in adults which is COCAINE.

Well, actually, the drug Ritalin is the prescribed drug for ADHD but it is so nearly identical to cocaine that they are used interchangeably in medical research.

Imagine giving your child the same drug as cocaine huh? This drug snuffs out vitality, curiosity and imagination and replace them with narrowly focused obsessive behavior. In other words, the drug turns you into a robot.

There are many ways to control this ADHD behavior. One of which is food. It is advised that you eat at least every two hours to avoid hypoglycemia which triggers the symptoms of ADHD.

Hyperactivity disorder can happen in adults

Hyperactivity disorder can happen in adults

The primary fuel of the body is glucose, thus it is important to avoid getting yourself hungry. Eat breakfast, midmorning snack, lunch, midafternoon snack, dinner and bedtime snack. Include also some protein in your meal and healthy snacks.

It is also advised to avoid high sugar foods such as candy, cake, pie and soft drinks as it pours excess glucose into your system thus releasing more insulin to lower glucose.

In short, the more you eat refined carbohydrates foods, the more you depreive yourself of the much needed glucose.

To balance the nutrients, it’s also important to include nutritional supplement in your system by taking the right vitamins and minerals.

They improve the biochemistry of the body and the brain. Extra magnesium is also recommended to help calm the symptoms of ADHD. It is adviced that a daily supplement of magnesium is recommended.

Check out the video below to find out How to Recognize Adult ADHD Symptoms.  By the ay do not forget to read more articles from my health care site. If you like my blog, please help to spread the words.


 

How to beat diabetes naturally part 2

Blood sugar control can be effective if you take foods with high fiber content. This includes whole grains like wheat, rice and beans. High fiber foods take a long time to be digested and therefore prevent surges in the blood. In fact they keep the blood sugar level steady. Diabetic people should switch to 100 percent whole grain.

beans can help diabetes patients

Diabetes patient should consume more beans and nuts

Use of mini meals is also a blood sugar control tactic. About 4 to 6 small meals a day stabilizes the blood sugar level. Small foods are easily digested and therefore no much accumulation of fat in the blood.

For how to beat diabetes, certain herbs are highly are recommended. They include; salacia oblonga mostly found in India.It normalizes sugar and insulin level, cinnamon is another very important herb with a wonderful tasting spice which balances cholesterol level .

The cinnamon extract also improves glucose level in people with diabetes. It is advisable for a diabetic person to use it thrice per day.

For diabetic people who like tea it is good that they use Dragon herbs spring dragon longevity tea. This type of tea is caffeine free and has gynostema which maintains weight and reduce fat.

Before using any food stuff you should read the food labels to inquire whether they contain the right kind of sweeteners. There are some sweeteners that don’t increase glucose level in the blood. A good example is the sweet leaf chocolate liquid stevia.

Almonds are a good friend to blood sugar control this is because they are smooth and juicy therefore helps in sugar stability.

Increasing the amount of drinking water also helps in blood sugar control. It avoids chronic dehydration and it is the carrier of insulin and glucose.

It is awesome to learn that we can curb high blood sugar levels and bring them to optimum levels for healthier living.

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