Marine pine extract relieves ADHD symptoms in children and adolescents


Children and adolescents are sometimes very electrified, that’s normal. But if they are constantly inattentive, hyperactive and impulsive, that could be a sign of ADHD.

The acronym ADHD comes from the words attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. About 5 percent of children and adolescents worldwide suffer from it. The three main symptoms are: Inattention and concentration, hyperactivity, which means significant anxiety and impulsive behavior.

Affected people have many difficulties in everyday life as a result: in the family, at school and at work – but also in friendships and relationships. ADHD is most often treated with a combination of behavioral therapy and medication.

In behavioral therapy, patients learn to cope with the disorder and its accompanying symptoms and to understand themselves.

Often, however, medication is given to alleviate symptoms, i.e., to increase concentration or calm sick people.” However, many parents worry about side effects such as loss of appetite, sleep disturbances or headaches.

But now there is a good treatment option: according to a study by the University of Antwerp against a completely new standard medication, a natural plant extract can provide real relief from ADHD symptoms without side effects.

The extract, by the way, is obtained from the bark of the French maritime pine and is available without prescription in pharmacies. It contains a unique combination of secondary plant compounds such as procyanidins, bioflavonoids and phenolic acids. And this extract has been thoroughly researched and proven safe and effective in over 450 studies over the last 40 years.

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