Friday, September 2, 2016

Children Health: Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD/ADD) -Treatments In traditional Chinese medicine perspective of Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive

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           Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD/ADD)

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD/ADD) also known as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a chronic disease occurs in certain age and years of a children, defined as a condition with characteristics of co-existence of attentional problems and hyperactivity. It effects about 5% of the all children in the world with boys have 3-4 times higher risk than girl. Over one third of children with ADHD will have continued symptoms existed into their adult life.

    Treatments  In traditional Chinese medicine perspective

A. Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive as of result of Kidney Yin deficiency cause of hyperactivities of liver Yang
1. Symptoms
Beside the symptoms mentioned above, TCM also describes the physical appearance of the patient as follow
a. Thin body
b. Thristy
c. Desire to cold
d. night sweat
e. Red tongue with less coating
f. Etc.

2. Treatment
Qi Ju Di Huang Wan, the TCM formula with main function in nourishing the kidney and liver, improves vision used for patient with above symptoms and for deficiency of both liver Yin and kidney-Yin. Ingredients include
a. Shu Di Huang
The bitter, sweet, bitter and warm herb has been used in as diuretic agent and to enhance heart function (small doses constrict the blood vessels and large doses dilate the blood vessel), decrease blood sugar, etc., as it clears Heat and cools the Blood (Sheng) as it nourishes Yin and Blood, tonifies the Essence, strengthens the Marrow, etc., by enhancing the functions of heart, kidney, and liver channels.

b. Shan Zhu Yu
Shan Zhu Yu or Shan Yu Rou is also known as Asian Cornelian Cherry Fruit. The sour, acrid and slightly warm herb has been used in TCM to treat impotence, spermatorrhea, instant sweating, sore or week knees, chronic lower back pain, frequent urination, incontinence, etc., as it tonifies the Liver and the Kidneys, benefits the Liver and the Kidneys, etc., by enhancing the functions of kidney and liver channels.

c. Shan Yao
Shan Yao or Huai Shan is also known as Dioscorea. The sweet and neutral herb has been used in TCM as antibiotic , anti-inflammatory and anti aging agent and to lower blood sugar, improve digestive system, promote urination, etc. as it tonifies the spleen and stomach and kidney yang and yin, etc., by enhancing the functions of kidney, lung and spleen channels.

d. Ze Xie
Ze Xie is also known as Alism. The sweet, bland and cold herb has been used in TCM as anti-pyretic, diuretic, anti-bacterial, hypoglycemic, hypotensive agent and to lowers blood lipids: total cholesterol, inhibits hardening of main artery, etc., as it drains deficient kidney fire, promotes urination, drains damp-heat, etc., by enhancing the functions of kidney and bladder channels.

e. Fu Ling
Fu Ling, fu shen or fu ling pi is also known as Poria. The bland, sweet and neutral herb has been used in TCM as as diuretics and to treat urinary difficulty, diarrhea, water retention, headache, dizziness, palpitations, etc., as it eliminates Water, strengthens the Spleen, calms the Mind, etc., by enhancing the functions of heart, spleen, lung and kidney channels.

f. Mu Dan Pi
Mu Dan Pi or Dan Pi is also known as peony bark. The acrid, bitter and mildly cool has been used in TCM as anti micro organism, anti inflammatory agent and to enhance circulation, CNS as it clears heat, fire of yin deficiency, blood stasis and cools the blood, etc., by enhancing the functions of heart, liver and kidney channels.

g. Gou Qi Zi
The sweet and neutral herb has been used in TCM as anti aging and anti cancer agent and to enhance the immune system, lower blood lipids, elevate level of testosterone, protect the liver function, prevent fatty liver, simulate estrogens, etc., as it nourishes and tonifies the liver, lung and kidney, etc., by enhancing the functions of liver, lung and kidney channels.

h. Ju Hua
Ju Hua is also known as chrysanthemum flower. The nsweet, bitter and slightly cold herb has been used in TCM as anti inflammatory, antibiotic, anti Antipyretic agent and to treat liver and kidney deficiency resulting in dizziness, blurry vision, pain and weakness in lower back and knees, tears induced by wind blowing, as it disperses wind, clears heat and wind-heat, et., by enhancing the functions of liver and lung channels.

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