Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… do not like when autism is described as a disease, yet you use the phrase “less problematic forms” instead of something like “less Intense forms”. You do raise a very valid point about labelling. Some things are called diseases that don’t need to be cured and can give people unique advantages. Despite the fact that the D is OCD stands for Disorder, I hope any surgeon who ever works on me has at least a little OCD. And ADHD is almost a prerequisite to be a good …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications And Weight Loss

… nearly as noticeable as it was on Monday and Tuesday. It also wore off within 8-ish hours rather than 12-14 like the previous two days. This morning, I took 30mg again. The euphoria was slight, no headache, and my appetite and focus were almost like I hadn’t taken the drug at all. All the effects seemed slight and distant. So, about an hour ago, I took a second 30mg pill. The euphoria is as Intense as it was on Monday (maybe even more), my appetite is gone again, and my focus is great. But …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… I don’t feel worse than all people, I feel like I’m better than everybody else (Cause I am, I have a perfect diet, I have talent, my parents are smart people, I know so much more than everybody else cause I spend so much Intense time studying), and a smart person can’t be seen from the outside, plus an uninformed person might think a smart person is dumb cause the uninformed person doesn’t know enough to judge other people, but they still do. I tend to follow my friends …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… beneficial effect and took him off all processed foods and artificial additives (as well as limiting a few natural ingredients along the way). That all helped and I think he’s grown out of much of the worst bits now. However, it is still accepted among our family and friends that he is a very Intense little boy to be around. Even his preschool teacher has pulled me aside to let me know that she thinks there is something ‘amiss’. While he demonstrates a willingness to learn and …

Your Questions About Adhd Symptoms In Adults

… Pediatrician is. Mary asks… Does this fit the symptoms of ADHD? I recently went back to college and found it very hard to concentrate and would very Intense sensations in my legs It’s was like I had to get up and move around or I was going to go insane and It would just consume all of my attention. These sensations would come when I would sit and try to study or even during classes. I did go see my Dr. who did put me on Ritalin LA 20mg about 4 months ago and I did see a huge …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… hate late fees from not getting my bills in on time- not being able to focus on instructions on how to play a game- am always disorganized, I talk too much, interrupt people. I meet people easily because I am very attractive and not shy but I am Intense and edgy and it is exhausting to most people- no one sticks around for it very long- Sorry so many negatives but I am just so tired of it. I would love to be slower, less tense, less Intense, a better listener- and I would love to …

Your Questions About Adhd In Adults

… there, but not as Intense. Approximately three-quarters of college students with ADHD are improved with a psycho stimulant (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder across the Lifespan pg 88). Since I’ve been taking classes at Gateway Technical Collage I have been getting As and Bs in my classes, a lot has to do with treating my ADHD with a prescribe medication. I take Adderal Xe 20mg, it does help with concentration, and it somewhat suppresses my hyper behavior. Back in middle school my …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… hard. He got away with nothing and had to accept responsibility for things for which he really wasn’t even responsible. Perhaps his parents were trying to have him learn to deal with Intense frustration and unfairness at an early age, I don’t know. I do know that his normal younger sister got away with all sorts of things that would have had them send him to his room with no dinner etc. I have ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome and I don’t think my upbringing had …