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Alternative Therapy For Adhd
Are there any good natural or alternative therapies that help supplement medications given for ADHD inattentive type?
Yes: There are several promising studies using zinc, magnesium, vit b6 amino acids, phosphatidylserine and neurofeedback.There are also numerous studies proving the efficacy and safety of medications (if used properly by a knowledgeable physician) behavioral intervention and parent skill training, although time consuming is efficacious and for the most part free of side effects.Discuss with your md. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Challenging Disease: Behcet's is a chronic systemic vasculitis with ulcers in the mouth, genitals and sometimes eyes as well as skin manifestations and arthritis. Traditional therapies for this rare disease include high-potency topical and intralesional steroids. Other topical therapies exist. Also Dapsone and Colchicine (oral medications) can help. More agressive therapies can be used also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is alternative therapy effective? Or it can be taken as only add up therapy to conventional drug therapy?
Broad question: Alternative therapy can mean anything from taking herbal supplements to chanting mantras while sitting under crystals. It's impossible to say that all alternative therapy is effective or that no alternative therapy is effective. The best approach to either alternative or conventional therapy is to follow the scientific evidence and use what has been demonstrated to work. ...Read more
No: No... unfortunately the only way is dilation or surgical repair ...Read more
Music: Attempting to get insurance to pay for alternative treatments is tantamount to attempting to raise the Titanic with tweezers. It's hard enough to get for them to pay for mainstream treatments let alone anything out of the ordinary. If you believe in music therapy, advocate for it! ...Read more
Number of choices: A website which lists some of these is http://www.Med.Umich.Edu/1libr/aha/umherb04.Htm keep in mind however, that anticoagulant therapy must be monitored very carefully and should not be done without medical supervision. Also keep in mind that if it is being done during pregnancy, the medication or herb must be proven safe for the fetus. Just because it's 'natural' doesn't make it safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No....: Such event will stay with the patient forever. It tends to grow in size in widely variable pace over time, but usually remains silent, asymptomatic, until the occasional occurrence of its rare superimposed infection or bleeding. Experience proved no practical need to intervene but for rare occasions as just described above + possible size-related pain. There is no magic pill around for it. ...Read more
I wouldn't try it: If you or someone you know is taking heparin, they require very accurate management of their coagulability (ability to make clots). It really requires the exact doses that manufactured pharmaceuticals posses with all of the fda mandated quality assurance that that entails. ...Read more
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