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... BeCalmd and Omega3 are what I take and I am very pleased. I was going to order Attend just to see if it worked as well or better but after reviewing the ingrediants I came to the conclusion that it would be a waste of money. ... (7 replies)
... I think I need to seriously consider being evaluated for ADD. ... (4 replies)
... ked out due to receiving a D in one semester and a F the following semester. They kicked me out Fall 2006 and I've been out of school since, so I'm just working for my husband's family business for extra change. ... (7 replies)

... the only difference between you and I is that my husband is 42. It was looking at my husband and suspecting ADD that I discovered my daughter had ADD. ... (5 replies)
... My little brother was diagnosed with ADD a couple of years ago, he is 10yrs old now. ... (4 replies)
... pain. He now has regular theraputic massage, calming music and i massage him every night with lavender. We have begun the home schooling process whereby he will attend subjects like science and sport at school and the rest at home. We also treat George with fish oil, multivitamins. ... (0 replies)
... Carissaadder, Thank you for answering Sylvia with practical advice. ... (4 replies)
... eractive, just cannot focus or concentrate. I would prefer to stay away from the conventional prescription medications, so I am looking into the possibility of Attend or Becalm'd. Does anyone have any opinions on the effectiveness of these two products? ... (2 replies)
... She will stay in her seat for a few seconds after the bell to change classes, allowing the "crush" of people as she calls it to move past the doorway. ... (9 replies)
... I read about this last night on the internet. Has anyone tried it for a child? ... (2 replies)
... I particularly like Jennita's comment that her son was able to buckle down and attend to his classes when he had a reason to do so. ... (8 replies)
... eep, rinse and repeat. I do not have a job, and do not want one. I care nothing about getting education, im not stupid though. I dont do my homework and I do not attend anything having to do with school or sports. bascially I go to shool because I have to then get on my computer when I get home. ... (6 replies)
... mg daily. Attend contains only about 15mg or so. ... (21 replies)
... sized city to find one! Still, even if you don't have the time or gas money to attend regularly, just one or two meetings could be helpful. ... (5 replies)
... A parent should never do their childs homework. This is very important for ADHD children. What they need is help on their homework. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks so much for taking the time to give me such a lengthy response with great advice. Yes, her school requires summer school for promotion, and she did pass with a grade of 74. ... (7 replies)
... All drugs can be problems for SOME people, but that doesn't mean that ALL people should therefore not have the benefit of them. ... (19 replies)
Adult ADD/ADHD?
Jul 26, 2003
... I am 21, and I am wondering if there is a possibility of adult onset of ADD/ADHD? I do not know much about it, but here is why I ask: I have restless sleep, and wake up numerous times throughout the night thinking about activities I had done that day( I teach dance, and I am usually dreaming about a dance or thinking of songs for my students to dance to). I finally fall... (3 replies)
... She has on various occasions noticed that even when she sits with him and goes through excersizes and she leaves him to attend to the questions, he would get the answers all wrong. ... (3 replies)
... BUT it certainly sounds to me that she is exhibiting classic ADD behavior. It may be that one reason she acts out in public is that she is overwhelmed with so much stimulus. ... (6 replies)


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