Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Add

… down in the dumps the next -im always getting distracted -ill speak before i think sometimes -very very Aggressive -i feel hopeless somedays and i was watching a clip of home and away where belle had cancer and i thought why can’t i get that?….now thats sick right? who wishes for that? but i just sometimes wish that ill get a disease and die so i wont have to kill myself yet the next minute/day ill be talking about college! -i comfort eat and need to diet but cant and im gaining wait …

Your Questions About Adhd

Mark asks… What medication do you suggest for a 6 yr old boy diagnosed with adhd? my son is adhd, very Aggressive, violent, and hostile. he is in inpatient care at a adolecent psych hospital right now, and they want to start him on meds. any info, opinions, drug names and side effects would be greatly appreciated! barry jennings answers: This seems to me to involve more than ADHD, but view my answer at * http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110902035415AAMWdqJ and put him …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Kids

… a schedule 2 controlled drug/ stimulant. No special testing was done on my child, they based the diagnosis soley on the forms that they handed us and his teachers to fill out about his behavior. I am looking for safe alternatives for treating his adhd. He has trouble sleeping and Aggressive and impulsive behaviors. He acts as if he has drank a pot of coffee every morning. barry jennings answers: Oh boy. My brother and sister both have it. They were diagnosed when they were young also. …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… disorder) and anxiety, possibly even depression as he develops. He would probably speak late and be hard to potty train, and sensitive to whatever discipline his foster parents tried. With loving care, he’d probably be okay, but as you say, he’s not going to get that care. Foster families tend to take on too many kids. Some of those older kids can be Aggressive, violent, and/or act out sexually. There’s a good chance that a quiet scared kid would be sexually abused by a foster …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications And Weight Loss

… stimulants, the higher the dose, the better the desired effect and the greater the likelihood of side effects. So, one should be Aggressive with the dosing but very sensitive to side effects. Affective and mood blunting can occur with higher doses of stimulants, and dry mouth can sometimes be uncomfortable. These are dose-related side effects that might limit one’s ability to dose higher, but generally one would want to dose as high as possible with tolerable side effects. It’s …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… him on amphetamine salts (5mg 2x a day) but that just made him Aggressive and violent. So I want a non stimulant. The new medication clonodine helps him fall asleep but he talks and talks in his sleep and wakes up crying a lot and is now excessively hyper with no want for food or drinks. I was so worried he would dehydrate he wouldn’t drink milk, juice or water so i got him a small bottle of diet sprite, now I do not make it a habit to give my child soda it was only 8oz and it was because …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Teenagers

… them to try to overdose. Now, he sometimes says “Oh, by the way I took Ambien,” and i get upset ’cause it scares me. What should I do? Should I take these pills away? btw:he also has medication for depression and ADHD. p.s. We’re teenagers. H E L P? barry jennings answers: Well if he had bipolar am sure you would have noted it long ago, Ppl with bipolar go through thees moods on a weekly basis. Hell be Aggressive at times and emotional unstable at other times. But …

Your Questions About Adhd Test

… adderrol or something along those lines? Do you really want your 2 year old to think he has issues and take meds the rest of his life? Some boys are hyper and misbehave. Some are docile and introverted, some are Aggressive and some are passive. Thats the beauty of boys! They don’t need meds to ” neutralize” them so parenting is easier. With a hyper, unruly kid, all they need is some good tough love and consistency with alot of positive reinforcement. Dote on their good …