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 Causes In Children

… know for my son, socially and academically, private school made a huge difference for him. In the state we live in there are so many private schools that they actually have to have lower tuitions to bring the kids in, so we only pay 340/mo for one kid to go there. Here that is less than daycare costs. And, to tell the truth, it has made such an impact on my oldest son, the one with ADHD, that we make darn good and sure we save up and even use our tax returns to send our kids because I do not …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… barry jennings answers: Your son reminds me a lot of my oldest son. He has ADHD and some learning issues. He suffered greatly in kindergarten in first grade, but now, 3-4yrs later, he’s actually doing quite well. We found a school system that tends to his needs and things that work at home to make everyday tasks and chores simple. I think people look down on ADHD because so many parents are quick to diagnose their child as it. “My kid doesn’t listen. He must be ADHD!” …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets Foods

… because she’s caught him doing things like pouring lots of sugar into kool-aid that was already sweetened (he’s about 8 years old). Today she told me that she believes that her oldest son (12-years-old) has add like his father. Again, I suggested that she modify his diet and have him speak to a counselor before she puts him on meds. She figures that the best course of action is simply to have him speak with his father and have his father guide him. When I mentioned diet modification, …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets Vitamins

… seed in his oatmeal every morning for his amino acids, protein, and omegas. It is so humiliating and embarrassing to deal with him in public and around other people. My husband and I argue a lot because of him. My oldest son and he fight a lot. Sometimes I want to crawl in a hole and die. I know that he can’t help it. I know that we inforce rules and are very consistent with all rules and discipline in our home. I love him and my oldest more than life itself, but I just want the best …

Your Questions About Adhd Diet

… My oldest son, Nicholas, who is now 9, is ADHD and i decided not to medicate him. I did tons of research, read books and spoke to a lot of doctors before i came to my final decision. He was medicated at first, at the age of 6, and it helped him some in school. The downside was that he was a monster for about an hour or two while the medication wore off for the day. We switched him to another medicine and the same thing happened plus he was getting sick. I had to keep Nicky away from my other two …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Children List

… anything wrong ever happened to her on her first few days in school..my oldest son got hit by a bully his 1st week and carried on about going( big time)the kindergarten place would not handle it so i put him in another it took some time but he settled down try a swimming class it helps with muscles to relax her.if it is one on one or group from the start when you enroll her you leave no matter what she wants..no matter what kind of class or activity you enroll her in you leave stand where she …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… diabetic, we had him tested and medicated. He’s in the fourth grade now. He’s in the advanced math program, working three grade levels above his fellow class mates and is reading four grade levels above the others. Still, he is teased mercilessly and there is a definite difference in his behavior when he misses his dosage. But clearly, it was and is the right thing for us to do. I now look back at My oldest son’s life, my life (and that of my father’s) and wonder how …