By Rebecca Heriz
My little guy is struggling with focus and attention issues. It’s so bad even his 1st grade teacher is concerned. Not really knowing what else to do, and not wanting him on the stimulants used for ADD and ADHD, I thought I’d try a brain health supplement that’s I’ve been using for the cognitive disfunction associated with Multiple Sclerosis.
I get a lot of emails and messages from people asking me about supplements, so I thought I’d share with you the results we’re having. I’m not a medical professional, and can not “recommend” supplements, but I’m happy to share with you what we’re using and why I try certain things. I was taking this myself for several months, and did tons of research before giving it to my son. Please watch the video to find out what happened.
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Comments from Moms I read before choosing to try Mindworks for my son:
“I give it to my 12 year old with ADHD, and it has made a tremendous difference in him!” – L.K.
“I have been giving my 11 year old a mindworks pill and a vitalea every morning for the past 5 days and WOW I have a new kid…I think he has ADD and he has improved – UPDATE after 2weeks on MindWOrks and Vitalea, his teacher came up to me and asked what I was doing with him, he has been focusing and paying attention in class!!” – D.O.
” I have been giving my 11 year old daughter mindworks . She usually takes all the same as your son and some others because she struggles with Focus. We homeschool her and I can see a lot of difference. I also give it to her before soccer so she can focus while the directions and new drills are given. It thinks it has made a lot of improvement. She takes a whole.” – L.H.
“My 13 yr old son uses Mindworks and his biggest change is he feels his thoughts now don’t get ahead of him and he is not stumbling over his words when explaining or conveying a thought like he used to – he feels more in control of himself that way.” – S.Z.
“My 16 1/2 year old is taking 1 MindWorks a day pretty consistently. He doesn’t have ADHD but gets stressed out easily. He’s been much calmer and is doing a better job of keeping up with his homework.” – T.P.
If you’ve got a little one battling attention issues, I just want to wish you the very best success with whatever treatment option you decide to try. Hugs to you and your kids.
**Disclaimer – I am not a medical professional. This blog post is for information purposes only. This post should not be used in place of advice from a Doctor. It is of my own accord that I choose to try natural options first, and use pharmaceuticals as a last resort. I can not “recommend” that you do the same.