Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Children

… adjusts brain chemistry so helps you. I’ve worked with children with ADD for many years. Having read your post , and not wanting to be harsh but, you need to accept the fact that your child has this illness and be glad there is meds for it. Don’t be dwelling on ” taking him/her off”. Let the medication help your child be all he/she can be. PS You hear stories of a child being a “zombie”. This only happens if the dose is too high. Often too, parents are used to …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… problems. She is trying to state that she would better handle him because she understands his problems. Any thoughts ? barry jennings answers: My oldest son will be 13 in a few months and was 9 when we found out he was bipolar/aspegers. Most children with bipolar who grow up won’t need supervision. As long as they are taught and made to understand that this is a life long illness that will require meds. I would suggest you learn all you can about bipolar not only because your …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… approved. Nearly 40% of all prescriptions in The US are off label. Typically amphetamines are primarily prescribed by psychiatrists (for treating ADHD, narcolepsy, refractory depression, and other mental illness), neurologists (for treating narcolepsy, epilepsy and certain other neurological conditions), pediatricians (almost always for ADHD), general practitioners (they rarely prescribe but some will, almost always for ADHD), there are also situations where endocrinologists, anesthesiologists …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Kids

… This “illness” is still pretty new but what did parents do before they “discovered” it? They dealt with their kids like parents should….they disciplined their kids! I think parents are too quick to rush kids to the doctor for every little sniffle and get them a pill. Teachers told me my son was too active. Since when is being active a problem? Maybe this is why we have so many people overweight in this country or atleast part of it. Your step-son does not need to be …