My 3.5 year old son with ADHDHe's my first born, and is very hyper active and also has attention problems. He has speech delay as well. We were scared about Autism, but he doesn't show any sign of Autism except speech delay. He's a picky eater, with addiction for sweets, potatoes and chips. He had some head injuries, but he doesn't seem retarded at all. When he gets hyper, he hits, scratches, bites and hurls objects at others. He thinks its funny and just can't control himself. He is very shy and is timid around new people, especially men. He plays with other kids nicely and is not violent. We are very frustrated and tired of his hitting habits and its very hard to put him to sleep. He fights till the end, not to fall asleep, even though he's tired. Please help and I'll appreciate your time and support!!!
iffi21 on 2012-08-23
I happen to treat many patients with very similar symptoms successfully and worth beginning the treatment with the same medicine.
Please give him Apis Mel 30c, two pellets, once in the morning, preferably 1 hour after food (on empty stomach)
No water to be taken along with the medicine and no food or drinks for 30 minutes, both before and after food.
Apis Mel is available in your local health food stores or homeopathic pharmacies. Give this for 2 to 3 weeks and report back.
A good supplement to give is Cod Liver Oil tablets. Give once immediately after lunch. This will promote digestion and that is crucial. Avoid milk and wheat, where possible. Read about GAPS diet if possible
♡ Reva V 7 years ago
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