Bio-Touch Healing is a form of energy healing that involves the use of touch to help balance and harmonize the body’s natural energy systems. Bio-Touch practitioners believe that this energy, which is also known as life force or chi, is essential for maintaining optimal health and well-being. Bio-Touch Healing is based on the idea that the body has the ability to heal itself, and that by working with the body’s natural energy systems, practitioners can help facilitate this healing process.
Bio-Touch Healing has been used to help people with a variety of conditions, including ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects a person’s ability to pay attention, control impulses, and regulate their behavior. It is often treated with medications such as stimulants, but some people may prefer to try alternative approaches such as Bio-Touch Healing.
There is limited research on the effectiveness of Bio-Touch Healing for ADHD, and more studies are needed to fully understand its potential benefits. However, some people with ADHD have reported improvements in their symptoms after receiving Bio-Touch Healing sessions. These improvements may include increased focus, better impulse control, and improved overall well-being.
It is important to note that Bio-Touch Healing should not be used as a replacement for traditional medical treatment for ADHD. If you are considering using Bio-Touch Healing to manage your ADHD symptoms, it is important to discuss it with your healthcare provider first. They can help you understand the potential risks and benefits and determine if Bio-Touch Healing is a safe and appropriate treatment option for you.
Overall, Bio-Touch Healing may be a helpful complementary therapy for some people with ADHD. While more research is needed to fully understand its potential benefits, it may be worth exploring as part of a holistic approach to managing ADHD symptoms
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects children and teens and can continue into adulthood. ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed behavioral disorder of children.
Scientists have not yet reached consensus on a specific cause of ADHD. Studies reveal that a person’s risk of developing ADHD is higher if a close relative also has it. We also know that ADHD is much more common in boys than girls. The scientific community generally agrees that ADHD is biological in nature. Many reputable scientists believe ADHD is the result of chemical imbalances in the brain.
A survey published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), estimates that approximately 6.4 million children (11%) aged 4 to 17 were diagnosed with ADHD in the US by a healthcare professional (as of 2011). This is a rise from 7.8% in 2003. An interesting statistic from the same CDC survey results shows that boys (13.2%) were more likely than girls (5.6%) to have received an ADHD diagnosis.
General signs/symptoms of ADHD in children: the child is restless, overactive, fidgety, constantly chattering, continuously interrupting people, cannot concentrate for long on specific tasks, inattentive and finds it hard to wait his/her turn in play, conversations or standing in line.
The above signs may be observed in children frequently and usually do not mean the child has ADHD. It is when these signs become significantly more pronounced in one child, compared to other children of the same age, and when his/her behavior undermines his/her school and social life, that the child may have ADHD.