Can adults have ADHD?

… (Wellbutrin), which affects the brain chemical dopamine, showed benefits for adults with ADHD.28 Older antidepressants, called tricyclics, sometimes are used because they, like stimulants or atomoxetine, affect the brain chemical norepinephrine. Adult prescriptions for stimulants and other medications require special considerations. For example, adults often require other medications for physical problems, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, or for anxiety and depression. Some of these …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Children

… medication shave an addictive quality, but like many medications ( for diabetes, high blood pressure, bipolar disorder) if you go off them you will be “sick’ again and not able to function well. Always cut back under the supervision of a doctor. We now know that folks seldom grow out of ADD/ADDH . The problematic brain chemistry problems persist into adult hood. Amounts need to be monitored and changed regularly as people grow. Cocaine kills brain cells so kills you. ADD medication …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Add

… mercury) it is best if consumed with an antioxidant, such as an orange, or grapefruit, or their FRESHLY SQUEEZED juice. If vitamin E is added, it should be certified as being 100% from natural sources, or it may be synthetic: avoid it. Richard asks… Does this sound like I have diabetes? I am a 15 year old white girl. I am 4’11 1/2. Weigh anywhere between 89-93 pounds. No one in my immediate family has diabetes. Though I think some extended family members *might* have type two …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

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Your Questions About Adhd Diets

Laura asks… Can ADD/ADHD be diet controlled? barry jennings answers: No. ADD is an imbalance of a neurotransmiter in the brain. Only medication to bring the levels to normal again will fix it. People are all against meds for ADD, but it is seriously just a regular condition like say Type 1 diabetes, you wouldn’t withhold insulin for a type 1 diabetic would you? If someone has ADD it is not ther fault, they can’t focus because there is not enough of a cerain …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… you have add [21:24] carrie227: no my stepson [21:24] deltaleonis75: so what dosent he eat? [21:25] carrie227: he stays away from refined sugar – i did already [21:25] deltaleonis75: well i mean regularly [21:25] deltaleonis75: to some extent [21:26] carrie227: refined sugars caffeine [21:26] carrie27: anything that will make him hyper [21:31] deltaleonis75: well its what i though ……….I HAVE come to the conclusion that ADD may be type two diabetes [21:32] carrie227: …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Add

… mind. If your concentration does not improve they actually make natural enzymes for it which do help (i take them for add) and drinking coffee helps as well David asks… CYBER BULLING… affects…. horse section and world? what are the affects of cyber bulling on children and adults that have mental illnesses? such as bipolar ADHD autism ADD…. What are the affects on Physical illnesses? Asthma, diabetes, Joint problems? if you were to ask me, i was ruined at a young age …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… that you would have to maintain the lifestyle that ended the illness. Perfect example would be diabetes. Anyone can get diabetes, brought on by their dietary and exercise choices. Similarly, those that bring on diabetes can change their diet and exercise to bring their body chemistry back into line and the diabetes can go away. If they were to return to their original foolhardy lifestyle, the diabetes would be likely to return. Some “illnesses” cannot be “cured,” but …