We understand that not everyone can make it into one of our clinics for treatment, so it’s very important that we extend our support to you and your family in every way possible.
If you think that you or a loved may have ADD, take Dr. Amen’s new online questionnaire to learn more. After determining your type, you will receive a full, comprehensive report including an ADD Action Plan with natural and targeted treatments that you can start from home.
Did you know that there are multiple types of ADD and that one treatment does not fit everyone? When ADD is misdiagnosed, left untreated — or worse — treated improperly . . . it can ruin your life:
- According to one study from Harvard, 52% of untreated people abuse drugs or alcohol.
- 33% of untreated teens never finish high school – 3 times the national average – so they end up in jobs that do not pay well.
- Parents of ADD children divorce 3 times more often than the general population.
Having raised 3 ADD kids, I know that there can be a lot of love in ADD families, but there can also be a lot of chaos, frustration, and tears.
Having ineffectively treated ADD is also very expensive as people go from doctor to doctor and try multiple medications, which often do more harm than good.
But it doesn’t have to be this way!
I’ll tell you why…
Using a functional brain imaging study called SPECT, my colleagues and I have literally looked at the brain activity of tens of thousands of people with ADD.
This is what we have discovered and what you need to know:
- There are 7 distinct types of ADD- not just the simple types: ADD and ADHD.
- Not everyone with ADD is hyperactive.
- Treating 5 of the 7 types with stimulant medication alone usually makes things worse.
- Specific, targeted treatments exist for each type.
We’ve seen thousands of transformational stories and have effective solutions –many of which are natural and lifestyle methods that can be started from home– to dramatically improve you and your loved one’s lives in a short period of time.
If you believe that ADD is affecting you or a loved one, there are 3 steps to take today:
- Know whether you or your loved one is likely to have ADD.
- Learn which type (or types) may be present.
- Discover the right types of treatment, targeted to your specific ADD brain type.