Sunday, May 08, 2005

Danger... psychiatry

On a more positive note... what should a parent do when their child is having behavioural problems? Definitely get the child checked out, and pronto, by a COMPETENT medical professional. Make sure that you are present at the consultation. Does the doctor appear knowledgable in the area of nutrition? Often the doctor's wife is likely to know more about nutrition than the doctor.

Definitely take the child to a COMPETENT nutritionist also... but do not neglect to see a conventional doctor. Gather a range of diagnoses from different quarters.

Know beforehand though that many studies from Japan the US and Europe show that health and behavioural problems in many cases stem from a deficiency of Omega-3. Disregard the opinion of any doctor or other health expert who does not seem aware of this fact.

Stay in good communication with your child. Let him or her know that the problem is almost certainly a dietery problem and that working together you can fix the problem. Your worry will be nothing as compared to their worry. Encourage them to participate in the solution as much as possible. If they are of an age when they can use the internet then looking up "Omega-3 behaviour" in Google would be very therapeutic.

Ensure that your child is given daily supplements of flax oil (Omega-3)... 2 tablespoons per day. A recent study in the UK showed startling improvements on children with learning and behavioural problems when given a small amount of Omega-3 each day.

Whatever you do... DO NOT PUT YOUR CHILD IN THE HANDS OF PSYCHIATRY.

PSYCHIATRY KILLS

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