Video: Reflexology Tip to Calm Hyperactive Disorder

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHA) is one of the most common childhood disorders. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Trusted Source, it is estimated 6.4 million US children diagnosed with this disorder. This condition is also known as attention deficit disorder (ADD). A child diagnosed with ADHA more often grow into an adult with ADHA.

3 Types of ADHD:

Hyperactive-Impulsive Type ADHD

Those with hyperactive ADHD feel the need for constant movement. They struggle with stay seated, continually fidgeting, squirming. They appear to act as if “driven by a motor” and often talk and run around excessively. They struggle with self-control and interrupt others. ADHD is more common in children and men.

Inattentive ADHD

Those with inattentive ADHD have difficulty with sustaining attention, following instruction and organizing tasks and activities. They are easily distracted by external stimuli, and often lose things. ADHD is more common in adults and girls and was formerly known as ADD.

Combined Type ADHA

Combined ADHD is when a person has symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.

Conventional treatments

Treatments can include occupational and play therapy, therapeutic practice, speech therapy, and cognitive behavior training.

Diet

Supplement rich with Vitamin B complex, diet elimination of gluten and sugar are helpful to manage ADHD.

Complementary Therapy

There are many complementary therapies that can help to calm the central nervous system such as Reflexology, Reiki, and Homeopathy can help to calm the central nervous system.

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is a science and an art. Reflex points on the feet, hands, and ears represent the body in miniature. The nerve pathways in each foot create an electrochemical flow that communicates with the entire nervous system. The principle of reflexology is that reflex points and areas, meridian pathways, and chakra regions connect with a specific organ, gland, or body part. Through the application of pressure using specific thumb and finger techniques, reflexology works with the peripheral nervous system and encourages the body to relax. Reflexology promotes the reduction of stress, reinforcing the body’s ability to stay healthy and vital. This preventative modality encourages wellness through empowerment, education, relaxation, and homeostasis.

Calm the Central Nervous System

Here is a quick foot Reflexology tip for calming Central Nervous System and encourages the body to relax.

 

About the Writer

Helen Chin Lui is the a Certified Reflexologist, Certifield Energy Medicine Practitioner, Reiki Master and teacher. She is the owner of the Healing Place LLC and Healingl Place Energy School LLC

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