Oxford Durham Study


Oxford-Durham Study5


Effect of equazen eye qTM in a population of children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) with associated learning and behavioral difficulties.

Study design

  • Randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, one-way crossover
  • 6 capsules/day equazen eye qTM or placebo (olive oil) over 3 months followed by equazen eye qTM over 3 months for all participants
  • 17 children aged 5 –12 years

 Effects of equazen eye qTM on ADHD-related symptoms:

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equazen eye qTM significantly improved scores assessing ADHD related symptoms

The Conners’ Rating Scales-Revised (CRS-R) are paper and pencil screening questionnaires to be completed by parents (CPRS-R) and teachers (CTRS-R) to evaluate children for ADHD. Long (L) and short (S) versions for both parents and teachers are available and used as standard scales. As a rule, teacher (T)-scores above 60 are cause for concern and have interpretive value. Interpretable scores range from a low teacher (T)-score of 61 (mild ADHD) to above 70 (marked ADHD).

 Effects of equazen eye qTM on reading and spelling age after 3 months of supplementation:

Significant effects of equazen eye q on reading and spelling age

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Significant effects of equazen eye qTM on reading and spelling age

 Positive effects of equazen eye qTM on manual dexterity:

Before equazen eye q                           After equazen eye q

Before equazen eye q            After equazen eye q

Joe, aged 9 "My head feels clearer"

Improvement of handwriting after 3 months of treatment with equazen eye qTM

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