Multiple Causes of ADD/ADHD behavior

There is rarely a case of “pure” ADD.  More often there is a combination of interacting factors that lead to behavioral problems.  Rather than accepting the simplistic “brain defect” model advocated by pharmaceutical corporations and the scientists that work for them, do some tough detective work yourself to discover the actual causes.   Like a fever, ADD is a descriptive term only, a symptom expressed by some underlying cause.  While the cause might include brain defects, it often doesn’t.

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