Your Questions About Adhd Diets

… call, your son is only 4, pre-school age, and so medication is probably not necessary yet. Diets generally include getting rid of artificial coloring and preservatives, which is a smart thing to do anyways. I don’t know how reliable the data is for it, but it’s a good idea regardless of it’s affect on your kid’s ADD. A lot of people grow up undiagnosed or untreated, and live functional, normal lives – though their ADD symptoms may be obvious to themselves and …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets

Sharon asks… What are the keys signs that school age children with ADHD are not on a proper diet or eating what they should barry jennings answers: The minute your kid show signs of ADHD. Unfortunately we are hearing more and more of people with this diagnosis. I raise the question is it because we are feeding our chilDren and ourselves more processed foods, and sweets, snacks that are simply not healthy for us??? Seriously change the diet first. My son was diagnosed with that at …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

Sandra asks… Need some help. Can anyone hel me with these questions? Please if anyone answers these ?’s, can u please number your asnswers 1 -10, thanx 1. What do you know about school age children that have ADHD and their diet? 2. What are the keys signs that school age children with ADHD are not on a proper diet or eating what they should be eating? 3. What are the causes of a bad diet and how can it be remedied? 4. What are the differences with school age children with bad diet …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

Helen asks… What are the causes of a bad diet and how can it be remedied? Here is my complete question that I need help with.. thank u peeps for the help.. 1. What do you know about school age children that have ADHD and their diet? 2. What are the keys signs that school age children with ADHD are not on a proper diet or eating what they should be eating? 3. What are the causes of a bad diet and how can it be remedied? 4. What are the differences with school age children with bad diet …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Children

… serious injuries (broken bones, etc.), and the risks of medication outweigh the risks of not medicating him. However, this is very rare. My mom said that in her 25+ years as a child psychologist (specializing in diagnosing and treating learning disabilities) she’s seen two pre-school age kids she thought were severely enough ADHD to justify medication. If your child really is that ADHD that he needs to be on medication at such a young age, he’d likely be put on a form of stimulant …

Your Questions About Adhd Diet

… They have good days and other times they have bad days. Please tell me someone has a suggestion to keep them occupied or any foods im over looking. barry jennings answers: All two year olds have ADHD. I don’t know one single two year old that will sit still for any given amount of time unless they are glued to a television. There is no accurate way to diagnose ADHD until a child reaches school age. It is the MOST overly misdiagnosed disorder. Only 10% of children diagnosed at age 3 …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… a doctor who is well versed in ADHD. Most doctors don’t know much about this disorder and thus could result in a misdiagnosis. The one with the most training in ADHD are child psychiatrists. Just my two cents worth of opinion. I wish your son good health and a bright future. Most people with ADHD are very intelligent and creative. I wouldn’t be surprised if he (your son) is one of them. Donna asks… What are some reasons school age children with ADHD, and a poor diet not get …

Living Effectively With AD/HD

You may know it as – ADD – Attention Deficit Disorder. Today, however, AD/HD, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is the official term used, and it includes the three different types of the disorder –the inattentive type, the hyperactive/impulsive type, and the combined type. All three can affect children, adolescents and adults. Today, three to five percent of school age children have AD/HD. Children with AD/HD may have difficulty sitting still, trouble paying attention and …