Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… parents of kids with severe autism think of people with less problematic forms? Personally, I don’t like it when autism is described as a disease, disability, or “tragic”, because I don’t think I’m very tragic and I don’t need to be cured of anything. I’m fine with myself the way I am. On the other hand, I can understand that that does not apply to people with types of autism that are more severe. barry jennings answers: If I may point out that you …

Your Questions About Adhd Treatment

… problems with concentration, memory retention, and I seem to get frustrated with things easily. I also have a problem with a motion similar to rapid hand washing, that occurs during exciting events. Does anyone have any ideas? Do you think the discontinuation of the ADHD treatment is related? barry jennings answers: Definitely Powered by Yahoo! Answers …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… will know that we are being bombarded with more messages and “attention grabbing” commercials and ads than ever before. How can we be expected to know what to pay attention to when society is sending us too many messages to begin with? Now back to the question at hand and the point you are making. One can argue, and I would agree, that a child’s behavior is and often can be a representation of what is going on at home. Absolutely! But, with ADD / ADHD, there is some truth …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… relate to any of the following: -The modern belief that spanking is child abuse -Our poor diets consisting of sugar and fats and corn syrup -Our society’s need for constant entertainment: television, movies, video games, even electronic toys to teach kids to read -The willingness of doctors to hand out autism/Aspergers/ADHD diagnoses like candy -The growing discomfort and disgust with breastfeeding -The fact that parents are getting younger every day (I mean, there are TV shows about …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

Betty asks… non-drug strategies for parenting ADHD kids? Does anyone have any personal experience, either first-hand or otherwise, with parenting ADHD kids, specifically, helping them to focus better, sit still, behave in class, and so on? Maybe this means changing the diet, ways of speaking with the child(ren), new activities for them, etc. My friend is desperately looking for answers so she can help her 4-year-old before he goes into kindergarten. barry jennings answers: There are …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications And Weight Loss

… nervous to take Ritalin because of what everyone says about it. The reason I believe people think so badly of it is because ADD and ADHD are over-diagnosed. They will just hand out the medication to any kid who won’t stop playing with their food, for example. What some doctors have to understand is that kids are kids and they’re going to be fidgety in the classroom because all they want to do is play and they’re being forced to sit and pay attention. That’s very hard on …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… didn’t know is that the child wasn’t disciplined at home(this causes great confusion in children, when their ‘at home’ behavior is suddenly not ok in public) and it was compounded by letting him eat whatever he wanted. This kids diet was appauling, yet it never came up when the school was investigating and testing him. When it did come up, the parents were not truthful. I guess because I know first hand how difficult it is to be a GOOD parent, it makes me mad that …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… things. Edit : I think that we agree on many things as I noticed in the past when I first joined Y!A and linked to you.I *did* block you some months back when things were getting out of hand on here because of *my* views and I felt upset.I see a *few* are still trying to do that to me but you are certainly not blocked any more! (I saw your answer to another question that dragged me into the frame for no reason). Carol asks… Why do parents that can’t figure out how to help their …

Your Questions About Adhd

… comfortable with should do the trick. You may also want to consider something electronic. At work I use Outlook Calendar on my computer. It is great since I can use repeating tasks and appointments. You can also get palm-tops that fit in your hand and will synchronize to your work and home computer. Jenny asks… Whats the difference between ADD and ADHD? I know what ADHD is, but isen’t ADD in a child mean that he is not hyper, maybe just the opposite? barry jennings …