Help for Hyperactivity

1 August 2004

Publication: Good Health

Just 22% of children suffering from ADHD currently receive treatment

Help for hyperactivity

New research for Efalex, a fish oil supplement designed to help maintain brain and eye function, has shown that it can help reduce the symptoms of Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children. The research carried out in the US, has revealed remarkable reduction in defiant behaviour in the children supplementing with Efalex. ADHD is a neurobiological condition and affects up to 7% of school aged children. The condition is characterised by hyperactive or impulsive behaviours which cannot be explained by any other conditions.

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