Many of us parents become unsettled when one of our beloved children is diagnosed with ADHD, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Even if it doesn’t, who does not observe these symptoms among our young ones, especially in present days which is full of unlimited outer impressions through the plethora of sensual digital stimulants? That’s the world we live in and no one can really blame us or even our innocent children for being subjected to this massive overload of multimedia and information. But if we don’t proactively address this issue with proper, sustainable and productive means it can become a persistent problem that is quite difficult to deal with in the long-run. Troubles catching up with the tasks in school, inadequate overreactions, emotional inequities and feelings of misunderstanding are just couple of results of not having invested enough time and proper means for the problem’s subjugation.
The conventional method of first-line therapy is medication, which might alleviate the issue temporarily. But what’s really needed is a consistent therapy on the subconscious and transformatory level. That’s how our child gets the required spark of serenity with the help of which he/she can become master of the arising impulses which he/she is constantly confronted with.
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Nitaai Breathing has shown very promising results in this regard. An excited child or adult breathes very shallow. Through conscious and slow inhalation in Nitaai Breathing, our body gets the required oxygen by which our mind gets its refreshment and stops wandering for a moment. The attention deficit diminishes. Then by exhaling through mouth and simultaneously resonating Nitaai Sound, the emotional excitement responsible for the hyperactivity disorder starts getting dispelled. Do it with your child together and continue repeating it until you see positive results.
At times, it might be difficult to get your hyperactive child by hand and let him do Nitaai Breathing. Don’t despair. Try to expose your child to the calming Nitaai Sound by playing its mollifying sound waves via speakers instead. Slowly, your child will start appreciating its transforming influence on him and his surroundings. Patience is the key!