Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Improve Focus, Attention, Complete Homework Faster, and Improve Overall Test Scores in Both Children and Adults

About the Symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most prevalent and intensely studied syndromes in child psychology, and is characterized by deficits of poor attention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity.

Common treatment interventions are behavioral modification techniques to address the problem behaviors of hyperactivity and impulsivity, and pharmacology to address the attentional deficits in the form of stimulant medications.

Fun and Safe for Children Ages Three and Above as a Potential Alternative to Neurostimulant Medications

A non-drug approach to ADHD; an intervention that is fun and affordable. If you are a parent who is concerned the about the potential side effects of neurostimulants for the treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), there is an alternative intervention that is fun, safe, and can yield positive results. The SST device is an easy method which regulates brainwave irregularities and increases brain activity in those with ADHD characteristics.

Studies utilizing AVS to alter brainwave irregularities and increase brain activation in those with ADHD characteristics have demonstrated significant changes in academic performance and in the reduction of the behavioral symptomology and cognitive deficits.

Suggested programs to address the symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children:

(2) Excitatory                              35 minutes
(9) Excitatory                              28 minutes
(10) Advanced Excitatory           35 minutes
(6) Advanced Inhibitory              35 minutes

When Using These Programs With Children

If your child is reclining with eyes closed, he or she will typically experience colorful kaleidoscopic imagery.It is recommended that children use these programs accompanied with a story or song CD. The SST device glasses are designed so you child may look at a book or play a game while undergoing a session. Light intensity should be set at a comfortable level. If the light intensity is too bright, your child may experience a mild headache. No more than two or three sessions a week are recommended for children, with a day between sessions.

In a published clinical study by Ruth Olmstead Ph.D., results using the SST device with children diagnosed with ADHD and Learning Disabilities demonstrated significant improvements in just 6 weeks.

The use of SST device programs 10 and program 6 resulted in statistically significant gain in following:

  • Increased Focus and Attention
  • Improved Arithmetic Scores
  • Increased Speed of Information Processing
  • Increased Visual Motor or Hand-Eye Coordination
  • Significant improvement in short-term memory

Click here to read the published clinical study in the Journal of Neurotherapy, 9 (2) 2005.

Disclaimer: These programs were not designed to be a substitute for medication or behavioral therapy. Please contact a licensed therapist or mental health care professional for severe symptoms.