Your Questions About Adhd Medications And Weight Loss

Linda asks… Helppp just dx’d With AD/HD Question About Ritalin And Medications? I’m a sixteen year old girl a sophomore at high school (previous dx’d with Asperger Syndrome since age 6), I was diagnosed with AD/HD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder a couple weeks ago after my mom hesitated to get my symptoms checked after I told my parents the problems I was having with maintaining focus and being easily distracted, racing thoughts making it hard to sleep, the …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Kids

… mouth can NEVER stop talking!!! Lacks the ability o complete task if not given step by step instructions BUT you can’t give him more then 3 instructions at a time. It is getting better as he gets older but still hard. Lacks concentration. Incredibily intelligent. Ability to understand concepts WAY out side of the picture and his age level. 2. Research the feingold diet. They are finding that MANY kids dx with ADHD have food allergies to dyes and preservatives which antagonize the …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Add

… “classic” so there was really never a question. The family physician we saw suggested ADHD but that dx never clicked with me because he just didn’t “fit” the profile. We had my son evaluated at a Child Development Clinic at a major University and through the school district. I took him to a neuropsychologist when he was 8 because he was having so many problems at school. (Same dx and IQ results as other evals) One thing I would suggest with your daughter is a …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Kids

… & your self discipline. The other side believed it truly does exist and that most kids need medication but too many parents refuse to medicate their kids. What do you think? For the record – my daughter was dx as ADHD and was on medication while in grade school. The doctor took her off the meds in HS and she is no longer taking anything. Sometimes I think she does still need to be on them but then I hear things like this dicussion and it makes me wonder. barry jennings answers: …

Your Questions About Adhd In Children

… a little less miserable. Why do I feel good after reading answers about positive results, and burst into tears when I read the bad ones? =( These are all very helpful answers, and I see how it is right for some of your children, and not others. Great websites, I thank you all for sharing your personal experiences. barry jennings answers: Ihave an 11 year old son that was dx. At the age of 6 with adhd. He also suffers with migraines which put him down for at least a day or two when he gets …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Children List

… that i might not get in. barry jennings answers: You didn’t screw up…you exhibited HONOR! I salute you. ADHD is an iffy thing. It will be referred for a consult with the Docs, but, IF IT IS AS YOU DESCRIBED, don’t give up just yet. You need to find the Doc who hung the ADHD dx on you. What are his/her quals? Board Certified Psychiatrist or GP? If your dx came from a Psychiatrist or Psychologist, it carries a lot more weight than it would from Peds. Or GP/Internists. You are …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets And Supplements

… (called a “para” or paraprofessional) to help him out throughout the day – keep him on track, help him transition between assignments/events, control his emotions, etc. For him it was not enough and by 5th grade he was put in a “behavioral class” (special ed). He’s a very bright child, but he does not function well within a classroom setting and as of right now, nothing has worked. He is 12 and has more dx’s than just ADHD. He is on medication and it …

Attitude Change and ADHD

Attitude Change and ADHD Author: Powlin V. Manuel MD, MBA Attitude is people’s evaluation the various aspects of the social world formed from social learning, classical conditioning, instrumental conditioning, and observational learning. Making an assessment of the existing attitude will provide us information to take appropriate measures to change attitude. The existing attitude of the parents, teachers, peers, and healthcare providers affect the outcome of patients suffering from ADHD. …