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Say Goodbye ot Allergy related ADHD!


Causes of ADHD:

Through research, scientists are refining their theories about the possible causes, some of which include environmental agents, genetics, brain injury, food additives, vaccination, toxicities in foods and environment, heavy metal exposure, etc.
According to Dr. Dave’s clinic trials, most of these cases of ADHD are the result of undiagnosed allergies.
There are hardly any human diseases or conditions in which allergic factors are not involved directly or indirectly. Any substance under the sin, including sunlight itself, can cause an allergic reaction in any individual. In other words, potentially, you can be allergic to anything you come in contact with.
These allergens are foods, drugs, childhood immunizations, herbs, vitamins, water, clothing, jewelry, cold, heat, wind, food, colors, additives, preservatives, chemicals, formaldehyde, etc. Undiagnosed allergies can produce symptoms of various health disorders including ADHD at any age.
Studies have shown a possible correlation between the use of cigarettes and alcohol during pregnancy and risk for ADHD in the child. As a precaution, it is best to refrain from both cigarette and alcohol use during pregnancy.

Environmental agent that may be associated with a higher risk of ADHD is high levels of lead in the bodies of young preschool children.

A combination of factors is likely responsible, however, allergic reactions play a big role in autism occurrence.

ADHD Brain Changes

Researchers are studying different areas of the brain to better understand the potential causes of ADHD. Children with ADHD are known to have a 3 to 4 percent smaller brain volume in all areas of the brain.
Scientific evidence suggests that in many cases, the disorder is genetically transmitted, results from a chemical imbalance and/or an allergy, or a deficiency in certain neurotransmitters. These are chemicals that help the brain regulate behavior. A study conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health showed that the rate at which the brain uses glucose, its main energy source, is lower in subjects with ADHD than in subjects without ADHD. When body functions do not take place freely, the body begins to succumb to health problems: fatigue, headaches, sleep disturbances, irritability, forgetfulness,



About Dr. Lu

Dr. Lu  completed his medical education and training in China. (The Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Shandong University Medical College respectively) Over 20 years clinic and research experiences in both medical school and hospital, Dr. Lu learned both West Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine including modern medical technology, acupuncture, medicinal herbs, and specializing in neurology. After years practice and accomplishments in China, Dr. Lu was invited as a visiting  assistant professor at the University of South Carolina, School of Medicine in 1991. After excellent achievements in research program funded by NIH and NSF, Dr. Lu decided to become a Chiropractic Doctor in order to introduce the Traditional Chinese Medicine to the Western culture. Obtained Doctor Degree of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic, Dr. Lu became a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic and board certified Acupuncturist and began his practice in Dallas Texas since then. In 2007 Dr. Lu was voted the best acupuncturist in City of Richardson by Living Magazine.


Dr. Lu Acu

Doctor of Chiropractic
Board Certified Acupuncturist
M.D. in China
Over 20 years of Clinic Experience
Member of American Chiropractic Association

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