The 3 Main Symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder

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Adult ADHD – ADD How to Cope!

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ADHD-ADD Children… 3 Tips on How to Cope!

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The Misdiagnosis Of Adhd And What It Can Mean To You And Your Family

… The Meaning of Change Change is necessary. Change must involve dying and being reborn. Change, by definition, means taking a new risk and being responsible for the consequences. However, as alluded to earlier, individual change never happens in a vacuum. When one member of a family risks doing anything substantially different, the entire family system must begin to adjust, ever so slightly, to accommodate that new change. By: Lana Johnsonl …

How Can You Manage ADHD Without Medications?

Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) February 13, 2006 As reported in the Los Angeles Times, “a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel Thursday urged that the strongest possible safety warning be issued for drugs used by millions of children and adults to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, because of emerging concern that they may increase the risks of heart attacks, strokes and sudden death.” Untreated ADHD has some serious implications for individuals, families, and …

Controversy In The Medical Community Concerning Medications For ADHD

… To be precise, such drugs are regulated and can be prescribed, however strong caution must be exercised when such drugs are taken. Another advisory panel has evaluated evidence pointing to long-term psychiatric changes and cardiovascular risks in children who take ADHD medication, in addition to the studies of the FDA. The panel found that such drugs might possibly increase the risk of hallucinations, aggressive behavior, psychosis and mania in ADHD children. Even though psychiatric …

The Three Stages of the History of Add/adhd

… don’t ‘ great for ‘out of the box’ thinking – An impulsive mind which isn’t afraid of taking risks ‘ can be brave enough to innovate, and lead the world in new directions – The level of creativity in the ADD brain can be awe-inspiring – …if it is nurtured properly – And there are many more gifts within ADD if they can be ‘unwrapped’ In summary, the new paradigm for ADD is that there are strengths in it ‘ …

Pros and Cons of ADHD Medication

… Psychiatric Medication For Kids- This book was written for parents who have questions about the affects and risks of psychiatric medication on children. It is a basic guide for what parents need to know about a wide variety of psychiatric medications including ADHD medications. Wilens, Timothy E. Straight Talk About Psychiatric Medication For Kids, (2004) TheGuilford Press, New York Taking America Off Drugs; Why Behavior Therapy is More Effeftive for Treating ADHD, OCD, Depression, And Other …