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... he must try and seek stimulation from his environmnent, which explains the hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention. The only effective treatments known for ADHD is medication and behavior management techniques. Medication can really work wonders if you do decide to take that road. ... (11 replies)
Is it true?
Mar 29, 2004
... Hope I can shed some light on your situation. I am currently taking a course on ADHD at York College of PA. You cannot just out grow ADHD. Symptoms are most severe between the ages of 4 and 10 years old. Yes, the two best interventions are behavior management and medication. ... (4 replies)
... Sister with severe difficulties not yet full diagnosed. ... (4 replies)

... as adverse symptoms by Eli Lilly. I asked them to contact the company directly and they, too denied that their medication caused these symptoms. I took him to an ADHD expert, a physician who was not part of the clinical trial. ... (1 replies)
... Just to add about my first three, they are: #1 - almost 12 (girl) - severly adhd - medicated (25mg ritalin, 3 times a day). Still has a hard time to focus, stay on task, follow orders, etc... #2 - almost 9 (boy) - regular adhd + capd (ld) - medicated (10 mg ritalin). Does very well on medication but might need a boost soon. #3 - 7 1/4 (girl) - not sure... (11 replies)
... called "hyperactive" energy or apply it to "things that should be done." I experience the same severe stress response as Thunor. The consequences of ADD and ADHD are the same. ... (2 replies)
... isn't discriminated against. An IEP generally refers to a plan for a child whose disability is severe enough that he requires special education services. ... (3 replies)
... s well jump in on this as well. I totally agree with the others. If they haven't convince you, maybe this will. Adderall is a stimulant combination used to treat ADHD as I'm sure you already know since you posted this question on this board. ... (3 replies)
... The answer is No, just because a child is hyperactive or inattentive that should not be enough to risk damaging them for the rest of their lives or in severe cases even killing them. Stimulant medications should be used only when absolutely necessary. ... (6 replies)
... The answer is No, just because a child is hyperactive or inattentive that should not be enough to risk damaging them for the rest of their lives or in severe cases even killing them. Stimulant medications should be used only when absolutely necessary. ... (40 replies)
Temporal lobe ADD
Oct 18, 2011
... for temporal lobe ADHD in place of other anticonvulsants, not the other way around. ... (3 replies)
... stimulant ADHD medication for my evenings. I use Intuitive. ... (3 replies)
... photos, maps, and the usual text and accounting number crunching stuff and their different external sources was causing my ADHD brain's working memory to slow to a crawl that resulted in a severe violation of the "no invoice, no moola rule" quoted above. ... (7 replies)
... subset of ADHD, I can tell you that it's easy to lose time and take forever to do things that should be done rather quickly. I also know that this can lead to a severe stress response, which only makes matters worse. ... (2 replies)
... ke time, but you need to deal with the current depression before you worry about the possibility of ADHD, as depression can lead to attention problems that mimic ADHD and would skew the results of any testing. ... (7 replies)
... I haven't been on meds that terribly long, but have had a couple of interesting side-effects and such while getting my dosage right. I have found a ton of information on the internet and seem to find a lot of info stating the negative effects of long-term medicating for ADD. There are many sites out there, this one in particular, that have a ton of information and personal... (6 replies)
... I'm still not processing that well but I have to say that I loved rheana's description of why hyperactive kids get noticed more than inattentive ones. So true. Bob, when I referred to your ADHD (as well as my eldest son's) being so much more severe than my inattentive ADD, I guess I was referring to combined types of ADHD - inattentive and hyperactive. That is what my... (10 replies)
... very risky to not medicate if the symptoms warrant it. Unfortunately in some cases like my son's, it's not a simple matter. My husband grew up as an unmedicated ADHD person and has described to me in great painful detail exactly what it was like. He really wishes there would have been something to help him. ... (23 replies)
... They tried labeling my son with ADHD but he was not. He could concentrate and was extremely smart, he just had to be interested in the topic.. ... (23 replies)
... Then comes the summer of 8th grade, she begins having severe anxiety attacks. I take her to her doctor who refers her to a psychologist who helps her tremendously. She has not had a panic attack in a year and a half. ... (3 replies)


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