Your Questions About Adhd Cures

Linda asks… what is the cure for ADHD? also, how to cure someone who falls whenever he sses something funny?….is that adhd related?….for someone to fall like a drugged man from funny things? barry jennings answers: There really isn’t any, other than medical treatment and therapy. I’m not a doctor or anything, but your description of someone falling when laughing seems more serious. Assuming it’s not drug-related, autism, bipolar disorder, and possibly …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

James asks… Add/Adhd/odd Children Help? I have a 11 year old girl-8 year old boy-5 1/2 year old girl-4 1/2 year old boy whom all have Add/adhd/odd and they all take Concerta every morning and I am thinking about taking them all off of Concerta and putting them on a special restricted diet and Vitiams (Omega 3 and St.John’s Wort). What do all parent’s think I should do? The doctor saids that the kid’s will not be able to do without their med’s exspecially at …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets Gluten

Steven asks… How long does Ritalin take to work? My 6yr old daughter has been diagnosed with ADHD combined type, with cetain aspects of ODD. I have been through extensive testing with her, including family doctors, phycologists, counsellors and phyciatrists. I was not going to only take one doctors word on this. My daughter is very important to me. From a young age I knew my daughter had something, but it took a lot of testing to determine exactly what. She was tested for Aspergers …

The Three Stages of the History of Add/adhd

The Three Stages of the History of Add/adhd The history of ADD/ADHD has gone through two stages, and it needs to evolve into one more. The three stages are: Stage 1: The Moral Diagnosis Stage 2: The Medical Diagnosis Stage 3: The Strength Based Diagnosis Stage 1: The Moral Diagnosis: For most of the 20th century (and still in many parts of the world today), ADD was a ‘moral diagnosis’. This refers to the fact that people with ADD were considered to just be …

ADHD: An Overview

ADHD: An Overview ADHD is neither a “new” mental health problem nor is it a disorder created for the purpose of personal gain or financial profit by pharmaceutical companies, the mental health field, or by the media.  It is a very real behavioral and medical disorder that affects millions of people nationwide.  According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), ADHD is one of the most common mental disorders in children and adolescents.  According to research sponsored by NIMH, …