Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a problem that affects 3-5% of school-aged children, more often in boys. It is a behavioral disorder that is categorized in three group symptoms: inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. Therapy for ADHD works best when both behavioral and medical treatments are combined. ADHD medications most commonly used are psychostimulants. These so-called stimulants, on the contrary, have a calming effect on children diagnosed with ADHD. However, some ADHD medications have negative side effects often leading to rare sudden deaths on patients with heart problems. A new product for treatment of ADHD symptoms claims to be safe and excludes the negative side effects often associated with other ADHD medications. SYNAPTOL is said to be a non-addictive OTC homeopathic medicine that provides quick relief for ADD/ ADHD symptoms. It has FDA approval and can be used with other OTC medicines, even safe in kids with diabetes.