A Drug-free, Safe and Effective Solution to Hyperactivity/ADD/ADHD in Adults and Children

Sandringham Sandton, Gauteng South Africa (PressExposure) March 19, 2007 -- Parenting a hyperactive child with or without ADD is certainly a challenge.

Up till now parents had very few choices, none of them very satisfactory. They could put the child on Ritalin -or some other similar drug -, they could try and implement a very strict diet or they could just TRY and live with it.

ADD/ADHD medication has terrible side effects with paranoia and death in some cases.

For the first time ever, there is an alternative. One that is safe, easy, effective and shows results from the very first session.

This new alternative is called MaxiMind Power Calm Kids Program and is based on a new neurotechnology called brainwave entrainment.

Brainwave entrainment uses sounds of a specific frequency to calm the hyperactive, ADD child down and help the child's mind to concentrate and focus on the task at hand.

It also promotes the growth of new neural connections and stimulates both hemispheres of the brain into working in harmony, so that memory and thinking skills are enhanced.

The MaxiMind Power Calm Kids Program tackles the root of the ADD and hyperactivity problem instead of just masking the symptoms, like medication does.

And it is 100% safe with no side effects.

In addition it is very easy to use. Simply let the child listen to the CD once or twice a day, preferably just before he goes to school and when he is doing his homework in the evening.

The first 125 people who go to my web site at http://www.maximindpower.com/add and sign up for a free booklet on coping with an ADD child will get the entire program (in mp3 format) FREE. Everyone who visits the web site will get a booklet "Tips for surviving & thriving with a hyperactive/ADD child"

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Press Release Submitted On: March 19, 2007 at 10:02 am
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