Your Questions About Adhd

Betty asks… What are the alternative treatments for ADHD in a preschooler? My four year old son was just diagnosed with ADHD (more hyperactivity than attention). My husband and I will choose the medication route only as a last resort after all other methods of treatment have been exhausted. I’ve heard about cutting sugar and processed foods out of the diet and Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids (flax seed and fish oil), but is there anything else out there that is safe enough to …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… $80/month. Therapy will cost me $200/month. If you’re able to afford therapy, that’s great. I was able to when I was in school. Now I can’t and I need to function so I’m going the medication route. Unless you’re going to pay for weekly sessions, I’ll stick with plan B. barry jennings answers: Drop your pride, and ask for help from the pharmaceutical company’s for your meds. Go to the nearest mental health clinic and ask for a sliding scale. Go …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Children

… instructional/ behavioral strategies and techniques). I would do this before I put him on meds. I’ve seen kids I wished were on something and I’ve seen others that experienced such bad side effects (I mean BAD- like non-stop ticking and extreme restlessness) that I wished the parents would take them off and try something else. Be careful about who you take your son to if deciding on the medication route (most general doctors will just give you whatever you want or mention because …