Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… want them to be. Would you be willing to take a child who is not a sufferer of ADHD and is just full of exuberance and energy and subject them to Mind Control Drugs and waterboarding? William asks… If you had the chance to cure your add / adhd, would you? Do you think your add / adhd is a blessing? Or a CURSE? Tell me what you think! barry jennings answers: Curse, I hate it. I hate the meds, I hate the failed relationships and the wasted time not being able to get my shit done. I …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… cure all, ever. But, to give you hope, they do get better with age. I would find a doc, be it a pediatrician or a pshycologist or a neurologist that is very well ‘versed’ in ADHD and take him there. It may take a while to find the right meds… All kids are different. You want to medicate just enough to get his focusing ability back, you do not want to medicate the behaviour… It will take time but on the right medication these kids can be a blessing. Once you have him …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications Vyvanse

… me really depressed after it wore off. Adderall is my second favorite, it keeps me focus and the crash isn’t so bad. However, Vyvanse= miracle. Perfect concentration, and it also helps with my depression. It makes my entire being feeling happy and energetic.. But not over the top. It lasts for hours, I never have a bad come down. It’s a blessing. Powered by Yahoo! Answers …

Your Questions About Adhd

… This is a mixed blessing because I’m miserable longer. However, research suggests oversleeping may contribute to depression, so I try to distract myself with regard to my depression symptoms. Therapy and antidepressants aren’t instant cures to depression, and you can’t see a therapist 24/7 in most cases. You have to find ways to make yourself feel good or at least “not bad” while you wait things out and work with professionals. 2. When I’m not depressed, I …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… bike or what ever. If he listens most of the week I let him play video games as long has he wants on sat verses an hour. Video games help calm an ADHD child down, it seems to give the brain a brake from going 100 miles an hour. They also sit still, which is the biggest blessing! Find out what he REALLY likes, use it as a reward. Decide what rules you want, the rewards and consequences for those rules. Sit him down and go over the rules. If he brakes them stand your ground no matter what he says …