Why ADHD Meds Don’t Work Predictably: Immunity Matters
Two important characteristics of maps should be noticed. A map is not the territory it represents, but, if correct it has similar structure to the territory, which accounts for it’s usefulness. Alfred Korzybski
Do you sometimes feel untreatable? Do you know someone who clearly suffers with ADHD, but due to numerous unanticipated medication reactions simply refuses to move forward with more informed medical care? This set of videos are for you. Improved navigation is available, and will provide more predictable outcomes.
Immunity Matters Too Often With ADHD Treatment
Without knowing where the rocks are, coastal sailing will inevitably result in frustrating, costly outcomes. Immunity issues, directly related to the three important barriers between the Self and the Non-Self [outside world] often confound excellent medical treatment. Those three barriers: The Gut, The Respiratory Tract and the Skin. Immunity issues, measurable through IgE and IgG testing often directly interfere with neurotransmitter effectiveness.
This series of 8 short, pithy videos on ADHD: Gut Immunity and the Brain are required watching for any of you out there with a poor, ineffective, frustrating response to ADHD stimulant medications.
A Little Help From My Friends
I’m also asking a favor: I put the time into making these videos for your learning and personal evolution. Please do me this favor: “Like” them and share with colleagues and friends. Become part of our training team to get the word out on what-works-best, and pass these along. Immunity measures are changing lives, saving considerable money, and brightening treatment outcomes with improved predictability.