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Vitamins for ADHD, Focus & Memory

Stimulant medications such as Adderall, Ritalin and Concerta are commonly prescribed to address ADD/ADHD symptoms due to their ability to target specific chemical pathways thought to be connected with ADD/ADHD. Unfortunately, these medications are often accompanied by a new list of symptoms and frustrating or concerning side-effects.

There are, however, personalized vitamins and supplements that can support the same chemical pathways many prescription drugs address. These are the same nutrients your body naturally uses for this purpose, but for many reasons may be lacking.

  • Tyrosine is an amino acid that the body uses to make the Dopamine, Norepinephrine and Epinephrine (important brain chemicals for focus).
  • DLPA is an amino acid that the body uses to make Tyrosine. Tyrosine is then used to make Dopamine, Norepinephrine and Epinephrine.
  • 5-HTP is an amino acid that the body uses to make Serotonin. Serotonin helps to provide calm and regulate the hyperactive system.
  • Theanine and Taurine are other amino acids that optimize the calming effects of GABA, a brain chemical that helps restore calm to the system.

Where to get

The vitamins and nutrients commonly used to address ADD/ADHD symptoms can be purchased at any large retailer. Be on the lookout for professional-grade vitamins and supplements - most of those sold at brick-and-mortar retailers are food-grade. Wellnicity has sourced a variety of supplements, used effectively for years by our clinical team.  These supplements can be compiled into daily-dose pill packs for convenience.  (All of the vitamins and supplements sold here at Wellnicity are professional-grade).

Our recommendation

At Wellnicity, our clinicians have helped thousands of people identify the brain chemicals that are imbalanced, and then address those imbalances through a regimen of natural vitamins and supplements.

If you suffer from ADD/ADHD or have similar symptoms (difficulty paying attention, an inability to sit still, feeling restless, reacting impulsively, or frequent mood swings), taking our at-home neurotransmitter test will help you identify any inefficiencies and imbalances of your brain chemicals that contribute to these symptoms.

Test kits for measuring neurotransmitter imbalances

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