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Is Tenex Used For ADHD Really Different From The Psychostimulants? - Time For Much Safer Alternatives

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 11   |   Comments: 0

Amphetamines have been around for a long time, at least seventy years. We know only too well that they were used to keep American troops alert during World War II. They were also used by Nazi troops. Now these amphetamine drugs are used to treat children with ADHD. But there is a relatively recent newcomer on the scene which is not a stimulant at all and that is why it has been hyped up. Tenex is the name of this drug. Tenex used for ADHD has had some success but we need to look more closely and see if this is really the alternative to all those psychostimulants such as Ritalin, Adderall and Concerta.

But is the Tenex and ADHD a really suitable combination for our children? There is a very interesting book called Straight Talk About Psychiatric Medications For Kids by Timothy Wilens.

In his book Wilens mentions that Tenex used for ADHD is limited in its side effects but it seems we are replacing one set of side effects with another. The effects of psychostimulants are bad enough but Tenex almost matches them, it seems. The main problems associated with this drug which was originally designed to lower blood pressure is that it can cause depression, moodiness, some sedation, lethargy, and irritability.

Most people think that because it is actually a non-stimulant drug, then it will cause less damage. While it may in fact help with hyperactivity, restlessness and fidgeting, it nevertheless could lower blood pressure too much and this might be dangerous. In addition, it seems that it is a hit and miss affair and nobody knows quite how it works on the norepinephrine brain transmitter which governs our motivation, energy and reward mechanisms.

The idea of giving a high blood pressure drug to a young child is regarded with some suspicion and worry by many parents. They are constantly on the look out for safer and more effective medication. Tenex and ADHD may not be ideal combination after all and that is why many parents are now looking with more favour at homeopathic remedies for ADHD.

They are doing that because they know that the highly diluted substances are used to treat like with like. That means that the whole person is treated and the holistic approach works in that mind and body balance is restored. That is really what is wrong with ADHD children. Some parts of their brains are not working properly in interpreting incoming signals. In addition, some thought processes are interrupted or simply not functioning properly.

Have you heard of Hyoscyamus, Verta Alb and Tuberculimum? These are homeopathic ingredients which are a great help in calming a hyperactive child, reducing moodiness and irritability. They can also help to increase concentration so that the child becomes much more focused. There are also positive effects on reducing temper tantrums and fidgeting. They are completely safe and free of any side effects.

Would like to know the alternative to Tenex used for ADHD? Why not click through to my site where you will see a more detailed explanation about how soon you could be enjoying your child again and helping him to acquire those life skills that he so desperately needs. This solution is a mere click away and it costs much less than Tenex!

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