A unique and proven drug-free program for eliminating the symptoms of ADD/ADHD.
Previously published as Stopping Hyperactivity, this revised and updated edition, featuring the authors' revolutionary crawling exercise program, includes the latest information on the negative effects of the many drugs used to treat ADD/ADHD, addresses the prevalent use of the current innovations in baby care, such as walkers and baby swings, and their surprising roles in the development of ADD/ADHD, and presents the findings from the authors' most recent studies.
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What Is the Real Problem?
The Symmetric Tonic Neck Reflex
Looking for Clues to the Real Problem
Problems at Home
The STNR Exercises
Exercises to Follow the Reflex Program
About the Authors
Problems in Public Settings
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