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Sun Apr 10 18:07:38 EST 2005

Handbook. Although ADD books have appeared on bestseller lists
before, this is the first ADD book ever written by neurologists.

In simple and friendly terms, co-authors David Sudderth and
Joseph Kandel offer important and practical help to those leading
frustrating lives stemming from their ADD. The doctors provide
coping mechanisms, both psychological AND daily practical actions
people with ADD can take, as well as an up-to-date guide to the
latest technology that people with ADD will benefit from. 

In addition to providing readers a list of primary ADD symptoms
and theoretic causes, the handbook walks sufferers through the
steps to recovery by:

* Suggesting where they should start and which doctor they should

* Explaining what medicines (including Ritalin) are effective for
ADD treatment

* Offering complimentary treatments, such as changing sleep
habits and diet, counseling, and biofeedback

* Providing self-help strategies and coping mechanisms for daily

* Presenting information on other illnesses that may be confused
with ADD

* Discussing real-life problems faced by people with ADD in their
family and at work and offering practical solutions

About the Authors

David B. Sudderth, M.D., is the senior partner at the Neurology
Center of Naples and cofounder of the Gulfcoast Spine Institute
in Naples, Florida. He is a sought-after lecturer on ADD and pain
management topics.

Joseph Kandel, M.D. is founder and medical director of the
Neurology Center of Naples in Florida. His articles have appeared
in numerous medical journals, and he is a popular lecturer of
spine disorders and pain management.

To get this book, check with your local bookseller or call 
1-800-844-7880. Online orders per http://www.neurologist.com

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