The way we practice now

According to current theory, people with ADHD have a relative deficiency of dopamine, an essential neurotransmitter in the brain.  Adequate levels of dopamine are necessary to induce incentive and motivation.  Stimulant medications boost dopamine levels and enhance the ability to stay focused on task.

But in our modern psychopharmacological approach to the treatment of ADHD we have all but forgotten the environment.  more»

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