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ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) or ADD does not discriminate across socio-economic classes, races, nor gender. While males comprise the majority of those diagnosed, ADHD is common in girls and women as well.

Symptoms of ADHD can include attention issues, problems focusing, learning, losing things, finishing projects, careless mistakes, interrupting, blurting out or talking out of turn, talking loud, being easily distracted, aggressiveness, fidgeting, grabbing, and overall restlessness. While symptoms may subside as a child ages, generally the attention and focus issues never completely go away.

Whether you or someone you know has ADHD, you can imagine that this real life disorder makes it challenging for a child to learn in school and make friends. Later in life, it can affect a person's ability to hold a job and be successful in relationships.

Relief for ADHD has been considered controversial since the 1970's by doctors, teachers, parents, and media. Side effects of prescribed medicine can include stomach aches, weight loss, insomnia, tics, tremors, dizziness, nervousness, mood changes, personality changes, blood pressure, and headaches. Some side effects to these ADHD medications go away over time, but many never do. If not careful, people can even develop addictions to prescribed ADHD medications.

As an alternative to these powerful and sometimes dangerous prescription medications, many people have found relief in safer, non-stimulant, natural remedies. These ADHD products eliminate the dangerous side effects that prescription stimulant medications bring to the table, while providing relief to many ADHD suffering individuals.

When looking at non-prescription ADHD products, there are certain factors you should consider before making a purchase. Some of these include:

  • Ingredients. Does the company use quality ingredients that actually work?
  • Cost. Is the product cost reasonable? How does the cost compare to competitors?
  • Return Policy. Will you get your money back if you aren't satisfied with the product?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best ADHD Products available today. We hope these reviews help you determine which ADHD relief best fits your needs!

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2015

ADHD Product Reviews

5 stars
Listol

LISTOLTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Listol capsules address the nutrient difficiencies found in people suffering with ADHD. Many users report positive results in attention span, impulsivity, and learning in a relatively short period of time. Listol provides a lot of product for the money and is a reliable company. Read More... Visit
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4.5 stars
Synaptol

SYNAPTOL

Synaptol is an all-natural product sold from the Hello Life company for the relief of ADHD symptoms. The product boasta a high customer service satisfaction rating and is priced very competitively. Read More... Visit
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4 stars
Focus Formula

FOCUS FORMULA

Focus Formula drops are an all-natural, herbal remedy for ADHD. By taking 1-15 drops a day of this product, users find relief with typical ADHD symptoms. The main thing we didn't like about this product was the inconvenience of taking drops as well as the potential dislike in taste for some. Read More... Visit
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3 stars
Brightspark

BRIGHTSPARK

Bright Spark are homeopathic tablets designed for children. The product improves concentration and metal focus, while also calming the user. This product is not effective for adults. Read More... Visit
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2.5 stars
Brain Tonic

TRIPLE COMPLEX BRAIN TONIC

Triple Complex Brain Tonic is a formula of all-natural dissolvable tablets made by Natural Remedies. The monthly cost of this product is inexpensive at $32.95 but that's the result of a short and questionable list of ingredients. Choose a higher ranked product with more key ingredients. Read More... Visit
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Pearson Unveils Behavior Assessment System for Children, Third Edition
Widely-Used Assessment Now Provides Even More Complete and Balanced Picture of Behavioral Issues in Children and Young Adults
Publication Date: August 19, 2015

Local Insurance Company Donates Laptops to Atlanta School for Autism Cumberland Academy
Atlanta school for Autism Cumberland Academy of Georgia recently received new Dell laptop computers from Sentry Insurance, a longstanding partner of the school.
Publication Date: July 31, 2015

Psychiatrist Advocates for Alternatives to Medication in New Book, The Rhythmic Movement Method
Dr. Harald Blomberg outlines new treatment method using body rhythms
Publication Date: August 14, 2015

earlyBLOOMERS Program at STAR Center Offers Infant Sleep Solutions for Exhausted Parents
On July 17, 2015 SPD STAR Center and the earlyBLOOMERS program held a global webinar on how to get your fussy infant to sleep.
Publication Date: August 14, 2015

Pearson Spotlights Innovation in Clinical Assessments at 2015 American Psychological Association Conference
New Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV and Behavior Assessment System for Children, Third Edition, to be Showcased at Worlds Largest Gathering of Psychologists
Publication Date: August 10, 2015

The Glenholme School Welcomes UCONN Huskies Soccer Player-Coaches to Campus
In early August, The Glenholme School, an independent co-educational, special needs board school, welcomed five members of the University of Connecticut Mens Soccer team to campus for an exclusive soccer clinic for students.
Publication Date: August 25, 2015

The Help Group Opens Nations First STEM High School for Students with Social and Learning Differences
STEM3 Academy, a new innovative high school thats the first of its kind in the country, is now open serving students with social and learning differences with a passion for science and technology within the greater Los Angeles area.
Publication Date: August 25, 2015

Healthy Aging: Salimetrics Uric Acid Assay Kit Facilitates High-Efficiency Oxidative Stress Research with Non-Invasive Saliva Sampling
Salimetrics innovative Salivary Uric Acid Enzymatic Assay enables researchers to quickly assess an oxidative stress biomarker using participant-centric sample collection that is easy, painless, and less expensive than traditional methods (no need for needles, trained phlebotomists, expensive collection supplies or biohazard disposal).
Publication Date: August 06, 2015

Startup Therapist Debuts New Video Interview with Highly-regarded Venture Capitalist Brad Feld
A candid discussion on the stress, anxiety, and depression that plagues so many of todays entrepreneurs.
Publication Date: August 21, 2015

Tutors International shortlisted for three EducationInvestor 2015 awards
Tutors International, provider of full-time residential tutors worldwide, is shortlisted for three categories at the prestigious EducationInvestor Awards, including Recruitment Service - Education Supplier and Exporting Excellence.
Publication Date: July 28, 2015

Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities Receives $35,000 in Grants for Parent Advocacy Programs and Brief Video of LD Experts
Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities received a $30,000 grant from the Allegra C. Ford-Thomas Foundation for educational programs to engage parents in their role advocating for their children and $5,000 from the Marion Moore Foundation for producing a brief video, featuring LD experts.
Publication Date: August 11, 2015

Outpouring of Support from Community After Recent Break In at Atlanta Special Needs School, Cumberland Academy of Georgia
Atlanta school for students with Autism and special needs, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, has received generous support from the community after a break in on Monday, July 27.
Publication Date: August 24, 2015

Announcing the Opening of a New Residential School for Teenage Boys with Autism and ADHD
Talisman Semesters set to open August 31st for teen boys with neurodevelopmental disorders struggling socially and academically
Publication Date: August 06, 2015

 

 

 

 

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