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... Hello Yvette84 and threadies, Yes!!! A most emphatic yes, there are ways to help ADD without medication. Please let me set the stage with some background. ... (9 replies)
... I recently was diagnosed with ADD and been taking Concerta but I believe it's the same as Ritalin. I suffer from social anxiety and noticed Neurontin works like a charm. ... (2 replies)
... Addprogrammer....I could use a crash course in ADD meds 101!!! You seem to extremely knowledgeable and I am sure that Frazzled is in need of this as well. ... (31 replies)

... ther preeminent figure in the field is Dr. Russel Barkley, a psychologist. He is currently teaching at my school but may jump ship if future research results put ADD in its own category. ... (31 replies)
... ge in elementary school. But, by junior high, I could no longer get by on natural ability bec my lack of focus and organization skills were affecting me. Also, add the hormonal and priorities with puberty. "Normal kids" also deal with the issues, but ADHD adds complexity. ... (27 replies)
... "adderall dosage"] I would like to respectfully respond to mlgable's comments. Actually, daydreaming IS a symptom of AD/HD, especially in girls who usually do not experience the hyperactivity that we see in boys. Since girls with AD/HD are more likely to be daydreamy, moody and inattentive, the disorder in... (0 replies)
... We haven't even made the statement about anything ADD at school because a friend of ours did with their son and the school continued to blame the ADD and do nothing about it, even though he didn't have ADD. They just put that label on him and now he too is just a trouble student. ... (2 replies)
... I am new to this board, and have been newly diagnosed with ADD. One of the most useful tools I have found in coping with this diagnosis is the book Healing ADD by Dr. Amen. He lists all six types of ADD, their characteristics, how to treat, and a self test is thrown in as well. ... (5 replies)
... IME ... ADD is much more common than HFA. ... (1 replies)
... up on my insomnia but I am apprehensive in asking to get screened for ADD mainly because I don't want her to think that I am just out for the meds. I become more frustrated with myself day after day and I just want to know why. ... (6 replies)
Question about ADD
Aug 21, 2006
... Make a list of symptoms that you do not like about yourself and carry them to him and talk to him about the symptoms. He may bring add up himself, if not, you can. ... (11 replies)
... DD. My husband is ADHD so it never occured to me that I may have a similar problem since they are so similar but sooooo different. When I started reading about ADD it really started making sense to me. I was finally diagnosed at the age of 33 with ADD. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, ADD does run in my family and now that I know I have it I can see that my father has it too. ... (24 replies)
Afraid of ADD
Mar 5, 2006
... if your ADD is mild or even moderate, than i strongly suggest you do NOT need medication. ... (11 replies)
Afraid of ADD
Mar 5, 2006
... Jealibeanz, ADD meds do make a difference if you get on the right one at the right dose for you. Provigil has proven to work for some, and others it hasn't. ... (11 replies)
... My ADD is accompanied by anxiety which can really disrupt reading or any other intellectual activity greatly. ... (21 replies)
... that the meds allow the brain to focus on one thing at a time, rather than our having to deal with the chaotic, racing, disorganized thoughts that are usual with ADD and extremely frustrating. ... (11 replies)
ADD help?
Jan 26, 2006
... t I needed when I was younger.I hope you can talk to a guidance councelor at your school so that they can help you explain your situation to your parents. Having ADD is not all bad and alot of times it is good to be different than everyone else. I bet you are very spontanious and fun. ... (4 replies)
Do I have ADD?
Jan 9, 2006
... And another thing, why is it that people with ADD can read? ... (11 replies)
... years old. Nevertheless, I once was, milleniums ago, an ADHD child and at a time when ADHD was unheard of in the school systems. That being said, I believe that ADD meds along with therapy would have made a radical difference in avoiding some serious mistakes including drug abuse in my late teens and early twenties. Why? ... (3 replies)

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