Your Questions About Adhd In Children

Ruth asks… How to treat adhd children? My brother is 14 but still acts like 2 years old , he talks too much asks about everything shouts in midnights doesnt listen to us, right now we only give him Clonidine, shoud we visit dr again? barry jennings answers: Hiya your brother may show symptoms such as: disruptive behaviour Restlessness Short attention span Sleeplessness Unpredictability ‘they all point towards ADHD but some doctors who prescribe ADHD meds may wrongly diagnose, …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets Toddlers

… centre have told me that they sruggle to deal with her and her disruptive behaviour she seems to always be into things that she knows she can not touch the best way to ecplain my toddler is she does all the same things that any other two year old does but its like she is on speed and is so full on. No one will baby sit her and no punishment works i have been getting help from the professionals with disiciplane techniques amd they are out of options. I feel like i am going to rip my hair out. I …

Controlling Adhd Without Meds – What Are The Possible Scenarios?

… cases, after they were put on ADHD homeopathic remedies there were gradual but in the long term dramatic changes in their behaviour. Hyperactivity, outbursts and disruptive behaviour became dim memories. Controlling ADHD without meds is actually possible as thousands of parents can testify. You can find out more from the link below. Robert Locke is a Health enthusiast who specializes in Children’s Health. He has written extensively on ADHD. Discover what ADHD Alternative Therapy is …

What is the Difference Between ADD and ADHD?

… and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV) The National Institute of Mental Health, (or NIMH) stated that the definition of ADHD is a “disruptive behaviour Disorder” where high levels of inattention, hyperactivity or a combination are constantly present in an individual. 3 types ADHD have been identified, which are: ADHD-Predominantly Inattentive Type: Is characterized by mainly inattention, and so people have problems focusing, completing tasks, are easily distracted and …

Controversial Aspects of the Attention Deficit Disorder Test

… Attention Deficit Disorder test is just as controversial as the whole ADD and ADHD debate. Many regard it as too subjective and say that it is therefore not an accurate diagnostic tool. Others claim that ADHD has increased because now the diagnostic methods for the ADHD test are more sophisticated. When problems at school become troublesome – there is a pattern of disruptive behaviour which disturbs the other children, interrupting and other inappropriate behaviour- then the school may …

Research For ADHD – Latest Developments

… about the effects of certain ADHD medications on children who are at risk. Latest research does not seem to offer any reassurance or hope. The latest news is that in the long term ADHD medications seem to offer little benefit. Their efficacy seems to be reduced to the short term alleviation of ADHD symptoms such as behavioural problems, over excitability and disruptive behaviour. Medical authorities are still worried about the ease with which prescriptions of antipsychotics are written by …

Information on ADD and ADHD – Limit Your Surfing On The Net

Information on ADD and ADHD – Limit Your Surfing On The Net There is so much information on ADHD and ADD now on the Net that it is a jungle and sometimes, parents get lost and this is more than understandable. My suggestion is to limit your surfing. In this way, the tsunami of information about ADHD in children will become more manageable and you will not be so overwhelmed. Also if you want to adopt a natural homeopathic cure, your time on the Net will be drastically cut as there is no …