Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… okay in today’s society than it was in the past! barry jennings answers: Cause parents are too lazy to deal with their kids symptoms Laura asks… How do you handle your adhd child? What discipline techneques work? How do you deal with temper tantrums, endless energy, constant need to be doing something unless glued to the tv? barry jennings answers: It’s important to realise that ADHD is a medical condition and no amount of discipline or behavior management can …

Your Questions About Adhd In Children

… knows—but no i wouldnt put him on a prescription either, i think it is more behavioral discipline and strategies that work best for him that need to be found…not something to alter who he is. I havent heard of becalm’d so i cant offer an opinion. Good luck! Jenny asks… Normal School for ADHD Children? Can anyone indicate the names of normal schools who accept ADHD children in UKG(Upper Kinder Garden) in South Mumbai, Tardeo, Nana Chowk, Mumbai Central etc., …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

Mandy asks… In the state of Oregon can you get evicted if your ADHD KID is to loud during the curfew time? Please help Manager is picking on our ADHD kid saying we are being too loud, and threatening to evict us……….. barry jennings answers: ADHD does not make your child loud. Your child is loud because you do not know how to discipline your kid. I have 3 ADHD kids and none of them are loud. They know I would beat their a$$e$ if they were. But actually I have …

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 Causes In Children

… tested? I would suggest that these children who are misbehaving are lacking in discipline from the home. barry jennings answers: Hi teebop – Great question, and great points all around. It does seem like a lot more people are being diagnosed with ADD / ADHD lately, or at least being suggested that they have the condition. Before I take my personal position on the matter, let’s look at some facts. 1. Our awareness about ADD / ADHD has increased tremendously over the past 10-15 …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… choose to spend that time on TV or other easy entertainment rather than actually do some activities together that would both be educational for the children and strengthen family bonds. Parents are also increasingly expecting schools to teach their children manners, discipline and such, while schools still consider that the parents’ role and are in a tight position anyway, with parents not giving schools much space to teach those things because they are worried that the discipline might be …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets

Nancy asks… ADHD Diet. Has it worked for you? My son is 4 and we have been taking him to a physiologist for about 6 months now. We took him his physiologist last week. He said that maybe we needed to talk to my sons doctor about putting him on meds for ADHD. My husband and I don’t want to go that wrought yet. We want to try other steps first. We have tried different ways of discipline. They worked for a while, but he has back stepped. So I was wondering has any one on here has …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Kids

… acceptable. Studies have shown that children exposed to Television at an early age, such as under the age of 2, are much more likely to develop ADD/ADHD. Parents should just be mindful to give their children healthy sugars, be mindful to discipline when necessary, and don’t overexpose your children to television at an early age. If you truly feel your child(ren) are displaying symptoms of ADD/ADHD, then consult a physician, although alternative methods for dealing with a positive …