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 Cures

… don’t have a good habit of trying to concentrate, than medication will be a waste of money. Mandy asks… What’s the difference between being “insane” and having a mental disorder? Such as depression, or anxiety? Or ADD, ADHD, OCD, BDD, manic depression, paranoia, schizophrenia, etc. In the hospital I went to, they said that we weren’t crazy, and that depression and what not are real health problems, like asthma, or cancer. So I was wondering where does the …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… true of TS. While Parkinson’s must be treated as soon as possible in an attempt to slow progression and provide symptomatic relief; in TS treatment is delayed as the symptoms often abate naturally. Treatment is often for co-morbid conditions such as ADHD and OCD which may accompany TS. PD is a chronic progressive incurable neurodegenerative disease which desperately while Tourettes has a reverse progression making the cure somewhat less significant. James asks… Does anyone know …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… find research on it. There are websites that have collections of this research readily available. You can Google “autism monkey primates vaccines” for a couple of new studies done on monkeys given vaccines. They are pretty shocking. Because I am over 40, I have seen children years ago and can compare them to today. The difference is very unbelievable. I am glad I am old enough to have seen kids before all this autism, ADHD, OCD, anxiety, etc. Came along. When you see it in …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… often diagnosed with adhd and sometimes with OCD first. The reason is that, on the surface, the behaviors look the same. However, a good evaluation will often find that the underlying causes for the behaviors are very different. With autism spectrum disorders, the causes are often to escape types of sensory input or to seek out more sensory input. It can also be to avoid certain social situations, or because they do not understand all of the nuances or social interactions. Changes in …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… worries just like you do, regardless of whether their child has ADHD or not. Just let him be a kid and see what happens. He may just be a bear when he gets home for you, but better with mom than someone else! Helen asks… is the number of kids with ADD, ADHD, OCD etc ?? A. an excuse for parents who cannot dicipline their children? B. always been the same but now we can diagnose and treat the conditions? C. The result of environmental factors such as excess TV, excess exposure of EMF to …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… try it. Its far easier to give a kid a pill then be consistent or get to the root of issues. In this day and age far too many doctors are willing to label children without any real testing and then hand over a prescription. Sometimes a pill is necissary but in most cases i dont think its the right answer. Before people give me thumbs down i want to explain that i have a child with ADHD, ODD and OCD. We work damn hard to teach him to behave and deal with his issues instead of masking them or …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… little girls (I wouldn’t ever rape btw), furry, sneezing, ah **** you get the point. Sometimes when I masturbate, I tend to scratch, bite, or pinch myself hard because there is a strong desire to do so. Also, if I use a drawing design that’s supposed to be ‘simple’, then it has to be extremely even and perfect. I may have OCD, if I touch something with one hand, I sometimes need to touch it with both hands at the same time, or else I get an uncomfortable feeling in my …