ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)
ADHD is not genetic or gut related. Neither of these popular explanations addresses the true underlying cause of attentional, focus, hyperactivity, impulsivity, or even executive function or self-regulation issues.
What really causes ADHD is mercury and aluminum settling in the brain’s cerebral midline canal, which divides the brain’s left hemisphere from the right, along with some additional metals scattered in other areas of the brain. It’s the same cause as autism, which you can read about in Medical Medium Brain Saver, although in ADHD, the ratio is a little more aluminum and a little less mercury.
When these metals take up residence in the midline canal, they block internal communications within the brain. As a result, the brain must adapt, and electrical impulses must find new avenues, traveling on neurons that wouldn’t normally be used for talking, listening, and other forms of action and communication. This is why you’ll often find a child with ADHD behaving in one manner when you’re asking them to behave in another.
The evolving domestic chemicals that children are up against in today’s world are triggering and worsening this condition.
This item posted: 24-Sep-2022
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