Can You Cure ADHD Without Medications?
U.S. Board certified psychiatrist and neurologist, Dr. Amnon Gimpel writes new book on ADHD that focuses on practical brain exercises rather than medications for ADHD treatment.
Atlanta, GA- (MediaQuire.com) December 2008. If you have ever wanted to explore a new cure for ADHD, the newly released book, “Brain Exercises to Cure ADHD” is the ideal starting point. Dr. Gimpel has developed a comprehensive proven approach to treat ADHD. In the ADHD brain, there are areas that are lagging in development. Some of the symptoms of this are impulsivity, inattention and immaturity. Breakthrough research confirms that targeted mental and physical exercises actually stimulate weaker areas of the brain to grow.
The goal of Dr. Gimpel's book is to coach parents;
* On the strategies and methods that will help their child develop a quicker and more flexible brain while elevating their confidence and self esteem.
* This program can be modified to fit each child's talents, abilities and interests.
* There is no need for expensive equipment.
* Parents can be trained to do everything a professional would do.
Ordinary events and conversations can be used to develop more sophisticated thinking skills and problem solving approaches to re-enforce the targeted mental and physical
exercises that will be a part of a daily routine.
There has never been a time to be more optimistic about curing ADHD. “This book is about empowering parents to do just that. Adolescents and adults can also master techniques to help them academically, socially and professionally by building a better brain,” says Dr. Gimpel.
For more information: www.tocureadhd.com
“To Cure ADHD” is now available in English, Hebrew and Russian and can be purchased from our site www.tocureadhd.com.
Interviews: Dr. Gimpel will be available for radio interviews by telephone. He is available for television interviews while in the U.S. January 9, 2009 through January 25, 2009.
U.S. Board Certified Psychiatrist and Neurologist with medical licenses in bothAmerica and Israel. Dr. Gimpel has developed a comprehensive proven approach to treat ADHD. This is not the first time a fresh new approach to treatment has improved the prognosis of Dr. Gimpel's patients. During the 1980’s, he established the first out-patient hospital for chemical dependency in the U.S. that was approved by the Hospital Association of America. This revolutionary approach allowed many chemically dependent adolescents and adults with ADHD to receive more effective treatment and to overcome the addictions that impaired their lives.