Can adults have ADHD?

… (Wellbutrin), which affects the brain chemical dopamine, showed benefits for adults with ADHD.28 Older antidepressants, called tricyclics, sometimes are used because they, like stimulants or atomoxetine, affect the brain chemical norepinephrine. Adult Prescriptions for stimulants and other medications require special considerations. For example, adults often require other medications for physical problems, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, or for anxiety and depression. Some of these …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Kids

… approved. Nearly 40% of all Prescriptions in The US are off label. Typically amphetamines are primarily prescribed by psychiatrists (for treating ADHD, narcolepsy, refractory depression, and other mental illness), neurologists (for treating narcolepsy, epilepsy and certain other neurological conditions), pediatricians (almost always for ADHD), general practitioners (they rarely prescribe but some will, almost always for ADHD), there are also situations where endocrinologists, anesthesiologists …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Adults

… her because I think this drug works wonders for me but at the same time I don’t want to make an excuse saying I have ADHD just to get a competitive edge. I really need advice please help should I just give up on this medication. I have been seeing my doctor every month just to get more Prescriptions and I have pills still left over so I have a lot to last me all the way till summer starts (I plan to stop taking the drug once summer vacation starts). barry jennings answers: I am on …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications

… generics besides ritilan, so I can do some research. barry jennings answers: “Methylphenidate” is the generic name for the brand name medications Ritalin (Novartis pharmaceutical company), Concerta (Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and also for the Daytrana patch (Noven Pharmaceuticals). Talk with your doctor about your situation, about your son’s reaction to the patch, and need to switch to a less expensive generic med. Most physicians will gladly write Prescriptions

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Add

… agencies to force parents to drug their children, threatening those who refuse with the prospect of having their children taken from the home unless they cooperate. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26e5PqrCePk barry jennings answers: The parents understand the possible side-effects the FDA mandates they put a warning label and a list of possible side effect on all Prescriptions. Powered by Yahoo! Answers …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets Foods

… diet. Not in every meal, but still a lot. I have ADHD as well…Had it all my life but I’m wondering, can starches and sugars affect it? Most of the foods I eat are organic, so I know that any additives or gross chemicals couldn’t really do anything. I don’t drink/eat soda, sweetened teas/coffees/juices, caramel or other candies, or a lot of salt. I also don’t take Prescriptions for my condition because I don’t believe in chemical medications. barry …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications List

… tried other stuff but idk what there called i don’t pay attention to stuff like that. I went to this website(http://marijuanamedicine.com) and it said something about my medical records and recent treatments or something like that but i haven’t went to the doctor or got any treatment stuff or had any Prescriptions for like 4 years i just got over taking pills that weren’t working. so i was wondering would i need to do any other stuff besides just getting medical records? oh and …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets Vitamins

… listing in order of popularity and effect for the general population. However, since you are taking a couple Prescriptions, I would check with your pharmacist or doctor to make sure those drugs wouldn’t interact with any of those supplements. Doctors and pharmacists both have access to a database of drug and supplement interactions and they can tell you quickly if you can safely take them together or not…. Anyone here will just have a best guess from searching on the internet (which …

kids getting more ADHD drugs, less antibiotics

wow! US kids getting more ADHD drugs, fewer antibiotics Reuters “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – The number of drugs dispensed to U.S. minors has dropped slightly over the past decade, bucking the rise in Prescriptions to …” http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/06/18/us-health-adhd-idUSBRE85H09720120618   so many kids have ADHD these days …