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Finally Focused: The Breakthrough Natural Treatment Plan for ADHD That Restores Attention, Minimizes Hyperactivity, and Helps Eliminate Drug Side Effects Paperback – May 9, 2017
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“Finally Focused is one of the smartest books on ADHD in many years. It is filled with a clear, effective, science-based program that gives you all the building blocks to treat ADHD naturally and effectively. I highly recommend it.” – Daniel G. Amen, MD, Founder of Amen Clinics and New York Times bestselling author of Healing ADD and Change Your Brain, Change Your Life
“Finally Focused offers up a powerful and compassionate alternative to the current reality that two thirds of ADHD patients are taking powerful medications, the long-term consequences of which have never been evaluated. James Greenblatt’s work honors the notion of 'above all, do no harm,' and does so while achieving impressive results.” – David Perlmutter, MD, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Grain Brain and The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan
About the Author
JAMES GREENBLATT, MD, is board-certified in both child and adult psychiatry, and has treated thousands of children and adults with ADHD over the past 30 years, using a unique, science-based approach that combines both natural and medical therapeutics. During his career, Dr. Greenblatt has trained and supervised medical professionals in integrative strategies for depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and schizophrenia, and currently serves as chief medical officer and vice president of medical services at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, Massachusetts. Dr. Greenblatt is also on the clinical faculty of Tufts Medical School and Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine. His previous books include Breakthrough Depression Solution, Answers to Binge Eating, and Answers to Anorexia.
BILL GOTTLIEB, CHC, is the author of 16 health books that have sold 3 million copies and been translated into 10 languages, a health journalist whose articles have appeared in Prevention, Men’s Health, Bottom Line Health and many other magazines and periodicals, a health coach certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, and the former editor-in-chief of Rodale Books and Prevention Magazine Books.
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Anyway, my husband and I have only just begun listening to the book, but we are in awe! In fact, I had researched Dr. Greenblatt's recommendations prior to receiving the book (my parents sent me his article in a newsletter that they found- which began my search); and we had already begun Magnesium and Lithium Orotate before we started to learn more indepthly about it via the audio book. Wow! We saw a huge difference in just one day- literally (and keep in mind that this is a 4.75-year-old boy who was expelled from Pre-K4 due to his behavior)!
Add to that, our son was his former "wild" self one night- a couple of days into implementing the Magnesium and Lithium Orotate- of which we later learned that he did not take his Magnesium supplement during lunch, which I had put in his lunch box for him to take. No wonder he was wild again! Another indication that we're on the right track!
We can't wait to delve further into the book to hear Dr. Greenblatt's other recommendations for ADHD, to assist our son even further! My only "qualm" with the audio portion of the book is that it's really a must to have a pen and paper available as you're listening, because Dr. Greenblatt gives specific information- specific types and dosages of products, etc.- that you'll need to write down in order to refer back to it for treating your child (or yourself). It would be much easier to have the actual book in front of you and highlight things you'll need to refer back to.
Thank you SO much for your work, Dr. Greenblatt! And thank you so much for the detailed information you give in your book! From a parent's perspective, it feels like you laid-out in detail in your book exactly what you would have prescribed if we actually had an appointment for our son with you in your clinic in Massachusetts. But this book saves us from plane flights and thousands of dollars in order to travel from Arkansas to your clinic. You have no idea! After years of concern, chaos and tears, we finally have hope! And optimistic hope- without medication (which is KEY for us!). You have NO IDEA how comforting that is... and to see results so quickly! We are in awe, and are are forever grateful! THANK YOU!
I am, seeing an "Integrative" MD who has recommended a lot of the supplements that are recommended in this book, like low-dose lithium and magnesium (although she suggested the spray). This book seems to pull all of the nutritional/dietary recommendations that are usually given for these kinds of problems into one place. The exposition is very clear and I appreciate that the suggested interventions are listed so clearly in a step-by-step manner. A great book that gives me hope that I can find improvement in what I think is my adult ADD and anxiety.
One quibble: the author, apparently bowing to political pressure, categorically denies that mercury could be a concern after giving a fair amount of attention to the problems caused by lead exposure. Mercury exposure can come from industrial pollution, amalgam fillings, fish, and other sources, not just, controversially, from vaccines. There do not seem to be reliable tests for mercury poisoning and the treatment carries risks that I would be reluctant to take, but I think it is dangerous to cavalierly dismiss the possibility that mercury might play a role in ADD/autism, if only so that people can make their own decisions about avoidance/treatment.