Please be advised that true ADHD is a result of lowered levels of certain neurotransmitters which cannot be increased without medication. The alternative routes certainly do help (differing degrees for different people) but will not cure ADHD.
Your psychiatrist should be able to recommend alternatives as s/he knows your daughter's medical history.
Alternatively, there are numerous over-the-counter supplements such as Eye-Q or Biostrath (to name only 2) that your pharmacist would be able to assist with. Adopting a high protein-low carbohydrate diet along with reduced preservatives and colourants will also help.
Alternative treatments include neurofeedback therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy as the most popular.
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