Attention deficit disorder (ADD) and Attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity (ADHD) are very common disorders typically identified in childhood. Often, however, ADD is diagnosed in adulthood after those afflicted have suffered for decades.
I have been treating ADD successfully in children and adults for decades. I do this without drugs or medications. I use EEG neurofeedback to train the brain and nervous system properly. The success rate—with this treatment alone—is about 80%. When I provide additional interventions, the success rate rises to about 95%.
ADD affects 15-25% of school-age population. Its symptoms vary and occur in clusters: poor attention and concentration, behavior problems, distractibility, poor listening and lack of follow-through, restlessness, fidgeting, hyperactivity, impulsivity, moodiness, sleep problems, defiance, poor school performance, disorganization, social difficulties, aggressiveness, lack of friends.
In adults, attention deficit disorder frequently manifests in similar symptoms such as poor concentration, problems with sleep, getting things done, and often in managing relationships. Though some adults with ADD manage effectively, many find their condition interfering with achievement, personal satisfaction, and health. Common adult ADD symptoms include disorganization and procrastination, difficulty following through on time, meeting deadlines or forgetfulness. ADD is a significant risk factor for addictions; many adults endure years of “self-medication” to keep going, to feel better, and to subdue their symptoms.
"She had trouble getting her homework done, a lot of stress, a lot of anxiety; and then I heard about Dr. Steinberg and neurofeedback, and I thought I'd give it a try, and it has been wonderful! It's like someone turned the volume knob down and everything is calmer. She's just a much happier child."