Depression, ADHD/ADD and Anxiety—The Advanced Approach
In the past in an ABC interview we discussed a family reported to ABC. They were stunned that the child who had failed so many types of physicians was normal now. And without routtine reflex treatments.
The bottom line as published in a top respected neurology journals...
In some people, the depression should be treated first, as long as it is not mere demoralization from peers and adults picking on him.
Then you have to have profound skill—you have to delicately learn if the anxiety was routine over years? Guess wrong and the patient may not be in optimal function in 2-3 months.
If you want someone to run your care by you can do a non-patient consult of 5 minutes.
In conclusion anxiety, depression and panic or anxiety look like each other.
YOU SURE HOPEFULLY DO NOT HAVE A CASUAL HEALER HANDLING THIS TYPE OF CARE.