Accentrate™ is now available for teens and adults that weigh 110lbs or more.
Sound familiar? You might have Adult ADHD.
What is Adult ADHD?
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common psychiatric disorders in children characterized by impairments in inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
Many adults don’t realize that they exhibit symptoms of ADHD until after having a child diagnosed. About 3 to 5 percent, or about 2 million, American teens suffer from ADHD. Approximately 4.4 percent of the adult U.S. population has ADHD, but less than 20 percent of these individuals seek professional help for it.
Ease the burden of ADHD with Accentrate110TM
Whether you’ve been on stimulant medication for years or looking to avoid stimulant medication, Accentrate110 TM can help provide the brain the nourishment it needs to support proper neurotransmitter regulation. This allows the brain to heal without hurting. Adults with ADHD are more prone to depression, addiction, alcoholism, and emotional dysregulation. At their core, these are all forms of dysfunction of neurotransmitter regulation. The
ingredients in Accentrate110 TM are high dose, bioavailable cofactors that support the proper regulations of neurotransmitters.
Accentrate110TM is not a stimulant; it is a drug-free approach to managing ADHD. It is a nutritional supplement that supports attention, memory, and focus. Accentrate110TM has been formulated to provide the Brain Ready™ nutrition needed by individuals over 110 pounds.
Because all the ingredients in Accentrate110TM are natural products found in foods, it does not have drug-like side effects. Accentrate110TM is specifically formulated to address the nutritional deficiencies known to be associated with ADHD.
All Good Things Take Time
Healing the brain takes time. Managing ADHD through nutrition may require more time to notice improvements than for ADHD in children. This is because the brain is not growing and developing as rapidly as it is in children. Many adults with ADHD have been taking stimulant medication for years, or have not managed their ADHD at all.