This Universal Sound Therapy protocol has been designed specifically to help your body overcome ADD/ADHD.
ADHD Sound Therapy
Have you or someone in your family been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD? Are you worried about the medication that is being used to help you with the symptoms of ADD or ADHD? I know that almost everyone that has this affliction is concerned about what the drugs are doing and their overall effect on your body and mind. At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including ADHD with our sound therapies .
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our ADHD sound therapy CD doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our ADHD sound therapy CD’s help by:
- Is calming and helps you stay focused and on task
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Short Description of ADHD
ADHD or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is known as one of the most common mental disorders affecting kids. However, the condition may also occur in adults as well. It is estimated that 8.4% of children and approximately 2.5% of adults have ADHD. The condition is first identified in school-aged kids when their behavior results to disruption of classroom activities or problems with schoolwork. The condition affects more boys than girls.
Symptoms of ADHD
The symptoms of ADHD can be subdivided into 3 categories with their own specific symptoms.
- Kids have difficulty trying to stay focused on a task and easily gets distracted or bored before it is completed
- Does not seem to listen when they are spoken to
- Issues with remembering stuff and following instructions or does not provide the attention needed to learn details for a task
- Has difficulty staying organized
- Often loses or misplaces personal items
- Kids often squirm and fidgets about
- Unable to keep still or play quietly and relax
- Persistent urge to constantly move about and often runs around
- Excessive speech
- Short tempered
- Acts on something without thinking it through first
- Takes the shortcut by guessing instead of going through the proper steps to solve a problem
- Shouts answers to the class without waiting to be called by the teacher or the entire question
- Often intrudes on other kids or people’s conversations
- Lacks the ability to control emotions, often showing temper tantrums and outbursts on a regular basis
Etiology of ADHD
The exact cause of ADHD is a mystery. However, in the last few years there have been a lot of research that seem to point to potential causes of the condition. The latest brain-imaging studies have looked closely at brain anatomy and neural wiring in patients diagnosed with ADHD and compared it to normal people. The result of the studies showed brain development is similar however, kids with the condition manifest a delay in brain development of at least 3 years in some specific areas. The areas involved dealt with executive brain functioning. This seems to point to the fact that kids with ADHD behave one to three years younger than other kids of the same age. The research also points to some nuances in the brain network that help it communicate with each other. They also notice a difference in how brain chemicals behave when the brain is communicating within different areas within itself.. It is important to note however, that the differences noted here have no effect on IQ or intelligence. Meaning, kids with the condition can be as smart as those without it. While the exact mechanism is still being debated, there is some evidence to point to the role of genetics in the development of the condition. Evidence suggests that ADHD does run in families. A child diagnosed with ADHD has a one in four chance of having a parent that also has it. There is also strong evidence of a likelihood that another close member of the family may also have it as well.
Diagnosis of ADHD
There is no specific laboratory or imaging test that can diagnose a person to have ADHD. Doctors use a system of tools in order to determine if the child indeed, has it. There is a questionnaire that aims to ask about the behavior of the child and a clinical interview of both the child and the parents. A very detailed history is taken that includes the past and present health of the child and a thorough discussion of the child’s functioning at home and at school including social interactions with other kids his age.
The Different Kinds of ADHD
There are three types of ADHD: inattentive, hyperactive/impulsive and combined. Doctors diagnose patients to have the condition if the symptoms have occurred over the past six months.
Inattentive Type — Six of the following symptoms below and five for people that are over 17 years old
- Inability to pay close attention to details needed for completion of tasks, careless mistakes in school or on the job
- Difficulty staying focused on a single activity or task such as reading, listening to a conversation or a lecture
- Does not seem to be listening when being spoken too, poor eye contact
- Inability to complete instructions or finish schoolwork, chores, may begin tasks but hastily loses concentration
- Has difficulty organizing tasks, poor time management skills, messy work area, inability to comply with deadlines
- Has a sustained dislike for tasks that require constant mental effort such as report prep and form completion
- Has a knack for losing stuff required for daily living and school
- Has a tendency to forget daily task requirements such as errands and chores
Hyperactive/Impulsive Type – The presence of six symptoms below or at least five for patients over seventeen years old
- Constantly fidgets about as demonstrated by constant tapping of hands and feet. Often times squirming while seated
- Inability to stay in one position such as sitting down in a classroom or workplace
- Inappropriate running and climbing activities
- Difficulty to do leisure activities quietly
- Seems always “on” all the time
- Excessive speech patterns
- Inability to wait for a question to be asked by blurting out the answer, cannot wait to speak during a conversation
- Inability to wait for his or her turn in line
- Often interrupts others or intrudes into other people’s conversations and activities
- Using other people’s personal belongings without permission
How to Differentiate Between Normal Kid Behavior and ADHD
It can be very difficult to determine between “normal kid behavior and ADHD in general. Most of the time, parents are able to spot some red flags or the symptoms just seem to appear in certain situations only and not all the time. If this is the case, chances are it is not ADHD. However, if the child manifests the symptoms on a consistent basis and across all situations, then maybe this is a good time to have your child looked into by a developmental pediatrician. It is very challenging and frustrating to live with a child with ADHD but as a parent there are also a lot of things you can do in order to minimize the severity of the behavior and improve the quality of life for both patient and parents.