HYPERACTIVITY

HYPERACTIVITY

Hyperactivity is a disorder of the central nervous system. It appears mainly in children.

Symptoms: It is characterized by:

  • The lack of attention and concentration.
  • Not being able to remain still in one place and for a period of more than 10 minutes.
  • Continuous movements of fingers, legs and hands are manifested.
  • Aggressiveness and impulsiveness, as well as a tendency to have insomnia.

The main causes are:

Problems in the brain, eating refined sugar and carbohydrates, as well as some of the preservatives added to food. Other causes may be of a profound psychological origin such as anxiety or anguish which provokes restlessness in the person. Dyslexia also provokes hyperactivity.

Suggestion:

Diminish refined sugars and flours as well as strengthen the nervous system with: – Vitamins of the B complex mainly B1 and B6, in addition to Vitamins C, E, Omega-3, Proteins and the multi-minerals.

Note! Hyperactivity may be due to a problem of hypothyroidism.


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