Your Questions About Adhd Treatment

… was in school people would try and get ritalin from me and others through favors, in fact calling it a poor man’s cocaine. Make sure you pay close attention and make sure it’s not dissapearing faster than it should be! 🙂 Steven asks… What is the best kind of doctor to seek treatment for ADD/ADHD? General practice? Psych? … help/treatment for attention problems, causing problems at school and work. :- If you got treatment, how did they diagnose you and what kind of …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… autism or adhd or something. I read somewhere that children with poor diets can develop autism. Does anyone know if this is true? Anyone have any more information about this? Thank you, this is my godson and I love him very much.. he is the only thing currently to bring happiness in my life.. I am very concerned about him 🙁 barry jennings answers: Not only is it none of your business how they raise their child, but you clearly do not have kids. Sounds to me like a normal 16 month old. …

Your Questions About Adhd Symptoms In Adults

… inattentive form. I can pretty much to relate to nearly every symptom. : “zoning out” without realizing it, even in the middle of a conversation. extreme distractibility; wandering attention makes it hard to stay on track. difficulty paying attention or focusing, such as when reading or listening to others. struggling to complete tasks, even ones that seem simple. tendency to overlook details, leading to errors or incomplete work. poor listening skills; hard time remembering conversations …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… very poor diet. Too much processed foods, sugars, and juice. Try to give him more whole grains, no white breads. Avoid things like unbleached flour, red and blue dyes and processed junk food. I have had a few that I knew their mood according to what they had for breakfast. I know that my child gets amped on pancakes and syrup. But, if I make the whole wheat Aunt Jemima’s and use the sugar free syrup – no change, he is fine. Good luck. David asks… What are the long and …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Teenagers

… they didn’t want me to do (I wanted to get back at them by getting poor grades – I know stupid desicion). Because I was not talking, they were worried about me killing myself and took me to the stress center where I had admitted to “thoughts” of killing myself. I could never ever kill myself just because. Basically I do not have depression. They took me to a psychologist to have me diagnosed. He said it was one episode of being depressed, but that it is normal for …

Your Questions About Adhd Symptoms In Adults

… to overlook details, leading to errors or incomplete work. -poor listening skills; hard time remembering conversations and following directions. The page is actually extremely interesting if you’d like to take a look: http://helpguide.org/mental/adhd_add_adult_symptoms.htm Anyways, I’ve gotten all of the bullet pointed symptoms. Absolutely all of them. I can give you loads of examples. The following one happens every school day of my life. Not sometimes, every time. So I’d be …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications

… not even consider alternatives. There are many claims of alternatives, but most of them don’t have research to back them up. 1. EEG biofeedback. This is a treatment which has some research but it has been plagued by poor research design and small sample sizes. Yet, I did this approach for 2.5 years or so and it was effective with many of my clients. The major challenges are it can be lengthy, expensive and there is a lack of standardization which is frustrating. It is also not easy …

Your Questions About Adhd Cures

… amount of poor brain functioning (namely inattentiveness, drowsiness, poor concentration, irritability) then it’s going to be a factor in the problem, as will lack of excercise, sleep deprivation, or a poor diet. Lack of stimulation, and positive environments do so much more good to someone with AD/HD than trying to find a magic cure by the way. I’ve got AD/HD to a brutal level while sitting in a boring classroom full of strangers but when I meet my social needs, get a chance to …

Your Questions About Adhd Symptoms In Adults

… tasks, even ones that seem simple. – poor organizational skills (home, office, desk, or car is extremely messy and cluttered) – tendency to procrastinate – trouble starting and finishing projects – underestimating the time it will take you to complete tasks – sense of underachievement – doesn’t deal well with frustration – easily flustered and stressed out – irritability or mood swings – trouble staying motivated – hypersensitivity to …

Your Questions About Adhd Symptoms In Adults

Ken asks… Untreated Adult ADHD? I have Adult ADHD. I was diagnosed in 1985 at the age of 7. My parents refused to put me on any medication, refusing to believe I really had a serious issue. I have suffered all the classic ADHD symptoms and still do. I am now 31 years old and it has taken its toll on my life and my family. I am so impulsive, I constantly go from idea to idea. Also from job to job. Never finished college, poor grades etc. I cause myself and my family financial problems as …