This guide to using essential oils for relaxing ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) symptoms is a starting point in your research of finding relaxing ways to deal with symptoms of this behavioral disorder.
ADHD is short for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, a condition that stems in childhood in which children and adults easily lose concentration and cannot stay focus.
Millions of children and adults have ADHD and they are given various treatments for it. Among those remedies for it is the use of essential oils, which come from various plants and is used to handle multiple conditions. ADHD has recently been identified as one condition that can be cared for with essential oils.
One study showed ADHD-diagnosed children who were given various essential oils were more focused after days of inhalation. Historical analysis suggests that the Egyptians used essential oils in the era of the Pharaohs.
Among the oils used and recommended include lavender (to calm), cedarwood (to think clearly), rosemary (for concentration) and cilantro (to soothe depression).
One way to take in essential oils is to have children inhale them. Another way is for parents to rub it on them like a massage. A third way is to have it sprayed out over their bedroom at night to help them sleep. It may be better than being physically touched since they struggle to stay still.
In any way, ADHD can be handled with essential oils, which are natural, and are used to get children to relax, refocus, and sleep still. It is considered more useful than actual medication and more beneficial.
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