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... you still may have become addicted, treated for ADD or not, to meth because the street levels are alot more intense and you could have easily wanted to continue that intense feeling, right? ... (15 replies)
... This is always good as long as everyone respects others views I have been in converstaions like this beforfe and because I support the use of Ritalin in the corect usage I often get knocked for this. ... (170 replies)
... You are right. The signs of addiction did get diluted. But it was not Jennita's fault. It is mine. It is all about me, me, me. ... (15 replies)

... months or so, it's been getting worse. The ADD has, of course, made things very difficult for him in school and I think that is the straw that is starting to break my little camel's back. ... (22 replies)
... I just started ritlan la last week and taking 2 times a day each at 30mg and show no signs of working. It is very fusterating when I can read thousands of other peoples post and the meds all work for them. ... (19 replies)
Randol
Oct 25, 2010
... as a child, and I have no children of my own. I know, though I can't name the particular effect off the top of my head, that very often, children react differently to meds than adults do, and as such my complete lack of experience is a serious limitation. ... (1 replies)
... Yes it is true these medications help a child to be more focused and "normal" but at a price. They can cause brain damage similar to that seen from patients who have abused speed. They can cause mood disturbances. They can cause heart problems.... and more. ... (6 replies)
... eally had true ADD, but the medication causes damage to their tender, developing brains, so if they were to go off the medication at an older age they would show signs of ADD. A parent then would never really be sure if the child was suffering to begin with or if it was brought on by medication. ... (40 replies)
... I have also heard that there is some evidence that Omega 3 fatty acids can have a beneficial effect in controlling some ADHD symptoms. I also heard about Tyrosine. ... (24 replies)




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