Synaptol: An Effective ADHD Treatment?


ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is, paradoxically, both a widespread and controversial disease. This is a paradox as there are many people who have been diagnosed with the disease and many people who claim the disease does not exist. Some believe it is made up by the greedy head honchos of Big Pharma while others see it as a legitimate way of explaining hyperactive behavior in both children and adults. For the purposes of this article, however, the underlying assumption is that ADHD exists.

ADHD is a psychiatric disorder characterized by both the inability to focus/pay attention and a high propensity for hyperactivity. It is often diagnosed in childhood, but adults can also suffer from ADHD. It is more frequently diagnosed in males than in females.

There are many forms of treatment for ADHD. It is most often medicated with drugs like Ritalin, but it can also be managed with psychotherapy and other behavioral therapies.

Many people are becoming increasingly uncomfortable with the drugs offered by pharmaceutical companies and are turning to alternative medicine as a natural way to heal their bodies. This is especially the case with metal health conditions like ADHD; many people want to find a more natural way to manage their condition.

One natural treatment that has been used for ADHD is Synaptol. Synaptol contains only homeopathic ingredients and is also approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) in the United States. Synaptol contains both flower essences and homeopathic ingredients and is used to relieve the following symptoms related to ADHD:

  • Impulsive behavior
  • Inability to focus
  • Irritability
  • Writing and reading difficulties
  • Trouble with following directions
  • Memory problems

So the big question is: does Synaptol help both children and adults with ADHD? It is a difficult question to answer definitively. Research demonstrates that it does help relieve ADHD symptoms and there are many people who take the homeopathic remedy and swear by its efficacy. Yet there are also many people who claim that Synaptol does nothing for them.

As with all medications, the decision to use Synaptol is an individual decision to be made under the supervision of a trusted medical professional, whether alternative or mainstream. Not all medications work uniformly for all people. However, the good thing about Synaptol is that it is not harmful—the worst that can happen is that it doesn’t produce the desired effects.  Synaptol does not come with the same harmful, mind-altering side effects as pharmaceutical pills. It is more of a calming force and it worth a try for anyone who feels that their life is being negatively impacted by ADHD.

Customer Testimonials

Hi Maureen. Just a quick note to say thank you. I have not had even a puff of cigarette since our session on 10 May 14. Any desire or thought flits straight out again. This is certainly a much less painful way to stop smoking. I recommend you to anyone who is interested, even had someone ask about weight loss. Hope all is well for you. Regards
Gail Wilshire
Synaptol: An Effective ADHD Treatment? was last modified: July 2nd, 2015 by Maureen

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