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Concentration and attention

 

What is concentration?
Concentration is the ability to gather your inner thoughts and focus all your powers on one special target. Disturbances are not perceived. For everyday school life this means: being able to pay undivided attention to one learning matter for a certain period of time. The demands on children are getting higher and higher.
The flood of information and external stimuli, which parents and children cannot influence, are continuously increasing. Children who cannot concentrate have problems targeting their attention. They are easily distracted and drift off because they have to work up so many impressions at the same time. They are restless, appear inattentive, make careless mistakes and forget things easily. 

What is impaired concentration?
Impaired concentration is a passing difficulty. Temporary unfocused behaviour can have many reasons, amongst others: too high or too low demands, a lack of physical exercise, an unbalanced diet, too much time in front of the TV or computer. However, impaired concentration does not need to be accepted. Specific training programmes can have a big influence. Furthermore, a change in the diet can have a positive effect.

How can I tell if my child has AD(H)D?
Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD) can only be diagnosed by a specialist. AD(H)D is marked by pronounced inattentive and impulsive behaviour, particularly in group situations and often by visible agitation and inner restlessness. The disorder appears during the early years of childhood. It is not only temporary, but lasts for at least longer than six months.

What can I do to boost my child’s powers of concentration?
Today, children are very stretched by daily stress and altered habits as far as their attention and concentration are concerned. That is why it is important to make sure that they get enough sleep and have a certain amount of time during the day for relaxing (doing nothing). Computer games or TV programmes often lead to stimulus satiation in children. They should therefore only be allowed at certain times and not for long.

 

ESPRICO®

 

What do ESPRICO® chewable capsules contain?
You will find a list of ingredients in the section Composition.

What does ESPRICO® 1x1 contain?
You will find a list of ingredients in the section Composition

When and how are ESPRICO® chewable capsules taken?
Take 2 capsules daily, both in the morning and at night. The capsules can either be chewed or swallowed whole with a small amount of fluid as preferred. The contents of the capsules can also be emptied out onto a spoon or stirred into meals.

When and how is ESPRICO® 1x1 taken?
Gently knead the stick pack before use! The contents of one stick pack are taken once a day during or after meals. If necessary, the suspension can be stirred into meals.

Can ESPRICO® be used over longer periods?
So far no evidence has become known, which militates against prolonged use of ESPRICO ®.

Can ESPRICO® harm my child?
ESPRICO® is a dietary supplement and therefore a foodstuff. ESPRICO® contains omega fatty acids 3 and 6, magnesium and zinc. ESPRICO® is well tolerated and can therefore be taken over a longer period of time. ESPRICO® is free from aspartame (sweetener), glutamates (flavour enhancers), phthalates (softeners), gluten and preservatives.

Is there a risk of becoming addicted to ESPRICO®?
No, ESPRICO® possesses no dependency potential whatsoever.

How should I keep ESPRICO®?
As fatty acids are very sensitive to light and heat, the capsules should preferably always be kept in their box in a cool and dry place.

Is ESPRICO® refunded by the health insurances?
ESPRICO® is a food for special medical purposes. Health insurances do not refund the costs for such products.

Can diabetics also take ESPRICO®?
1 capsule contains 0.015 BU.
1 stick pack contains 0.1 BU.

What does ESPRICO® taste like?
ESPRICO® contains pure fish oil. As a result of their special composition, the chewable capsules have a fruity, orange taste that children like.

 

Omega fatty acids

 

Can I also get my omega fatty acid requirements from the food I eat?
Yes, valuable omega fatty acids are contained in cold-water fish such as herring, mackerel, salmon, sardines and tuna. You should eat two portions of fish a week to meet your omega fatty acid requirements.

What does essential mean?
Essential nutrients, such as omega fatty acids, are vital for the body. Because the body cannot produce these essential nutrients itself, it needs to get them from food.

What do EPA and DHA stand for?
EPA and DHA are omega-3 fatty acids. EPA stands for eicosapentaenoic acid. DHA stands for docosahexaenoic acid. GLA is an omega-6-fatty acid and stands for gamma-linolenic acid.

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