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Study shows brain connections slower to develop in youth with ADHD

Many children and teenagers with ADHD may find it difficult to turn in homework - they get too distracted to complete it, they lose the pens and pencils needed to do it. Their daydreams constantly interrupt their thoughts. They re-read the same sentences several times because they can't seem to stay focused as well as their peers.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

This may be another reason why high-dose fish oil demonstrates significant improvements in children with ADHD. The DHA can speed up neurogenesis and the EPA can reduce inflammation. The combination would improve the speed and quality of new brain connections.

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