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  • Holistic Approach to ADHD

  • ADHD and medication

  • Aren’t we too quick to label children with ADHD?

  • children with ADHD symptoms has perfect quality for the future entrepreneurs

  • There is no ADHD in the holistic world!

  • The story of 2 gardeners with 3 different plants.

    1. produce greenhouse flowers
    2. produce bio-dynamic gardens
  • Everything in life is relationships
    soil, water, sun, wind,

  • Why natural approach is better than medication

  • 5 common myths about ADHD debunked

  • Kapha Vata type: physically Kapha, mentally vata

  • We are all biochemically different, and there is no one set of answers that fits everybody

    3 body/mind types

    compare to Winnie the Pooh character

  • Why is it so hard for your child to be a good student?

  • I ran into this mom’s post when I was researching something and tore my heart as a parent myself I have great compassion for her.

  • Link with the unfinished brain by david eagleman’s video

  • Link with my mission, don’t shortsell your child to ADHD video

  • When I was young.
    and the story of choreographer

  • Identity ; from habit book

  • The permanent damage to young ones

  • No parents want their child being labeled and they are doing their best they can.

  • I regard as reprehensible the burgeoning practice of schools acting as stalking horses for the pharmaceutical industry by compelling parents to put their kids on often experimental, highly addictive drugs for which there has been little research into the long-term effects.

  • labeling is for medical administrative and educational convenience.

  • 3 body/ mind types

  • Higher engagement—The more involved and passionate someone is about their work, the higher their level of work engagement is.

  • How medication works

  • Long-term side-effects
    Why my medication doesn’t work anymore.

    1. ADHD needs to be treated with medication.

    2. Children with untreated ADHD have low self-esteem or depression.

    3. ADHD is nothing to do with diet.

    4. ADHD is caused by a neurochemical imbalance or neurotransmitter in the brain.

    5. Children who don’t get ADHD treatment can have problems in adulthood.

  • Physical kapha features

  • behaviors & mind

  • Imbalace

  • Vata
    Pitta
    Kapha

  • The stork trying to eat food out of soup bowl.
    conformity education system children suffer.

  • Sir Ken Robinson tells a wonderful story of a (now famous) choreographer/dancer who was sent to a specialist because she was a ‘difficult’ child. Thankfully, the specialist left her in a room with music playing and stepped back to show her mother that she wasn’t difficult at all - she was just a dancer, not a class-room sitter.

    As Sir Ken goes on to say, luckily ADHD wasn’t an available condition then, so the world wasn’t robbed of her talent.

    It would seem that until we reform the education system from a factory-based model, the labels will continue to mis-inform young people about their identities.

  • Once a child has a deficit label this will determine their self-concept. We need to help children identify their strengths so they have something positive to live up to.

  • how labels can actually condition the kids behaviour. I’m not talking about the medical labelling – ADHD being the big one, or ADD as it was then – but the risk of generalised labelling over the 10 or 12 years of a child. The key here is to remember that they are CHILDREN!

  • I didn’t want to have my son labelled, but the funding he required for additional resources during school meant that I was forced to, along with many other parents. It also meant that we were virtually compelled to trial drugs that left him either enraged or suicidal as an 8 year old. One day, I hope I’ll be able to forgive myself. I did my best, but it wasn’t really enough.

  • stocky, well-developed physique with a broad chest and thick shoulders.
    has large thick joints with large feet
    has large, round and soft contours
    has big beautiful eyes with large thick eyelashes
    white, pale cold smooth skin
    abundant oily, thick lustrous hair
    soothing pleasant voice
    content, easygoing and nothing much bothers him or her
    loves to be among peers or family
    takes a long time to adopt new changes
    can be shy and obedient
    tend to suppress feelings
    slow to respond
    doesn’t talk much in public occasionally can be quite chatty at home
    easily get attached to food and toys
    favors sweet flavors and tend to gain weights easily
    has strong stamina but don’t like to move around much
    sleeps long hours and may have a hard time waking up in the morning
    very caring and love to give a hug
    is patient and supportive to others
    learn the best by doing something and have an excellent long-term memory

    In today’s culture overvaluing productivity and quick results, your child might be seen as delayed or unattentive at school. However, your child is like the tortoise rather than the heir. He or her strength is patience, endurance, consistent, excellent long term memory with a calming peaceful nature. He/she might take a long time in learning new concepts and establishing new routines but once anything registered in the system, they are not lost.

    • Them very calm, peaceful and content
    • loving and loyal
    • easy-going, open-minded, nothing bothers them too much

    • can be possessive and hoarding items or toys although they don’t need them, thus messy room

    • love food, especially sweets, bread, cheeses… their love of food can turn them into the emotional eater.

    -sleepy after eating

    -good endurance and stamina but they prefer not to use it until they find things very interesting. excellent long-term memory.

    • slow learning new things take a longer time to build habits or routines than other kids.
    • peaceful and patient
    • not very expressive, and almost looks like unresponsive or not listening
    • love to be socializing although they might not talk much
    • don’t like to think much if they can, can’t be bothered with details
    • very loving peaceful nature
      -loves food, having a fun time with peers
    • learn best by doing - artistic and building things
    • aesthetic beauty
      -easy-going nature
      -love sweets
      -hate complications, easily apologetic to avoid conflicts
    • a belonging peer group is very important
    • although they might look strong, they have a lot of fear and anxiety.
    • heavy sleeper, hard time getting up in the morning.
    • don’t like physical movement and requires a lot of reminders until they find something they like.
  • coated tongue (whitish or yellowish)
    the emotional tendency,
    lack of attention and memory
    constipation
    waking up feeling unrested, even after a good sleep
    low immunity and recurring infections
    depression
    lack of glow in eyes and skin
    headache and migrations
    overall feeling sluggish and ache
    unusual or foul body odor
    bad breath/sticky mouth
    fatigue/lethargy
    undigested particles in stools
    foul-smelling or sinking/stinky stools
    irritable elimination/sluggish, sticky bowel motions
    bloated and wind with bad odour
    sensitive digestion/indigestion
    poor appetite.

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However, your child is like the tortoise rather than the heir. He or her strength is patience, endurance, consistent, excellent long term memory with a calming peaceful nature. He/she might take a long time in learning new concepts and establishing new routines but once anything registered in the system, they are not lost. 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