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Over the years since 1963 Dr Neil Beck has had nearly half a million consultations with people in his surgery, in their homes and in hospitals. He has seen almost every sickness and injury that anyone can have. When first in practice he saw that Mental Health Disorders were the most common causes of serious suffering for his patients, whether they were young or old, rich or poor, educated or uneducated, so he took a special interest in Mental Health Disorders. From 1997 he focussed almost entirely on caring for and improving methods of diagnosis and treatment for People in Mental Distress, suffering from Mentally based Malfunctions/Dysfunctions, and/or suffering from related Drug Use or Alcohol Abuse.

“ADD Self Help” is Dr Beck’s 3rd book on Health and the first book in his “Mental Health Self Help 24/7” Series. “Beating Alcohol” will also very soon be available and the hard copy book “Beating Heroin” is already available. “ADD Self Help” was written especially for people with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD and ADHD) and for people who want to help loved ones who may have Attention Deficit Disorder. Based on years of experience diagnosing and treating Children and Adults with ADD and ADHD, this book is written in simple clear English and makes it simple for anyone to understand ADD/ADHD without getting confused by complicated Medical terms. This book explains the nature and causes of Attention Deficit Disorder, how to know if you or your loved ones have ADD/ADHD, the treatment of ADD/ADHD and how to take advantage of the gifts (Music, Art, Sport, Writing etc) and superior Practical Intelligence that always go with ADD/ADHD.

If you are searching for simple clear information about Attention Deficit Disorder, this is a book that you will find very helpful.

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