Our bodies are pretty neat. On a daily basis we are exposed to countless toxins, chemicals, heavy metals, and bacteria. From cleaning products to artificial dyes and preservatives to chemicals in our drinking water and pesticides on our foods, everywhere you turn - there seems to be another thing to worry about affecting our health. If you spent enough time worrying about the toxins we encounter on a daily basis, you would wrap yourself in bubble and never leave home. But
ADHD is often misunderstood. Kids with ADHD get labeled as hyper-active, class clowns, disobedient, or space-cadets. The stereotypes are often unfair, misguided, and often lead to shame and low self-esteem in the children with the condition. So if ADHD isn’t just a behavior problem, what is it?
ADHD is a neurodevelopment disorder- meaning it is a condition in which the development of the central nervous system is disturbed. The brain itself is affected in ADHD- in devel