Can adults have ADHD?

… or failed relationships. Many have had multiple traffic accidents. Like teens, adults with ADHD may seem restless and may try to do several things at once, most of them unsuccessfully. They also tend to prefer “QUICK fixes,” rather than taking the steps needed to achieve greater rewards. How is ADHD diagnosed in adults? Like children, adults who suspect they have ADHD should be evaluated by a licensed mental health professional. But the professional may need to consider a wider …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Adults

… another medicine that seemed to work well with less side effects? Any recommendations regarding control of adult ADHD would be greatly appreciated. Sorry for basically writing a book! lol Thanks in advance. barry jennings answers: I went with ADHD all my life and didn’t know I actually had it until I suspected it at the age of 28 after finishing college and getting married. I just thought my whole life that I was a slower learner with a QUICK temper growing up. Luckily I missed all …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Kids

… This “illness” is still pretty new but what did parents do before they “discovered” it? They dealt with their kids like parents should….they disciplined their kids! I think parents are too QUICK to rush kids to the doctor for every little sniffle and get them a pill. Teachers told me my son was too active. Since when is being active a problem? Maybe this is why we have so many people overweight in this country or atleast part of it. Your step-son does not need to be …

Your Questions About Adhd Treatment

Steven asks… What is the best herbal treatment for ADHD? Need help QUICK? I am badly disorganised. I loose interest in things so fast. It is having a very undesirious effect on me.Pls if you know any herbal remedies that do work, do let me know barry jennings answers: There are none. ADHD(Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) is something you’re born with. There are medicines to dim it down but they have a real effect on your personality. That’s why I chose not to take …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… withdrawl because he kept telling me that it was time for his meddy (that’s what he called his medicine). My son had been with me for a few days when I noticed him coming back to life so I took him to the doctor and she was able to get records that confimed his dad had him put on a drug. So the doctor said no more and we came up with a plan that included limited sugar, lots of exercise, quiet time, and lots of structure. My advice would be to find a doctor that isn’t QUICK to …