Study Shows Promise for Managing ADHD

Study Shows Promise for Managing ADHD

A new study published last month shows individualised homeopathy helps manage ADHD in children.

The randomised placebo-controlled single-blind pilot trial published in the Indian Journal of Research in Homoeopathy shows that individualised homeopathic intervention in children showed better outcomes compared to placebo.

A total of 61 patients aged 6-15 diagnosed with ADHD (Homoeopathy = 30, placebo = 31) were randomised to receive either individualised homoeopathic medicine in fifty millesimal (LM) potency or placebo for a period of one year. All patients in the homoeopathy group showed better outcomes and the authors conclude that: this pilot study provides evidence to support the therapeutic effects of individualised homoeopathic medicines in ADHD children. However, the results need to be validated in multi-center randomised double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial.

Click here to download the pdf or follow the link below to visit the published article online.

Oberai P, Gopinadhan S, Varanasi R, Mishra A, Singh V, Nayak C. Homoeopathic management of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: A randomised placebo-controlled pilot trial. Indian J Res Homoeopathy [serial online] 2013 [cited 2014 Jan 7];7:158-67.

Available from: http://www.ijrh.org/text.asp?2013/7/4/158/123389

 

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