When ADD/ADHD is examined from a neurodevelopment point of view, it appears that there are several contributing factors. From our experience any combination of the following may be involved:

  1. A brain processing issue located in frontal lobes.

  2. Electrical frequencies in the brain produce an excess of theta activity, which creates lack of focus and concentration.

  3. Neural pathways may be inhibited (ADD) or over stimulated (ADHD).

  4. Underdevelopment in auditory or visual processing areas, which regulates the different states of consciousness.

Crossroads Institute determines the underlying root causes and eliminates "ADHD mimics" by using their proprietary NeuroGeniSys Process and Procedure.
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