Adhd Natural Versus Adhd Psychostimulants – Making An Informed Choice

… and decisive action from taking place. It is a no win situation. By: Robert William Lockel Home and Family> Parentingl Nov 14, 2010 Child Behavior Problem – How To Manage Child Anger Effectively And Make Progress Learning how to manage child anger is one of the most difficult challenges you can face when dealing with this classic child behavior problem. By: Robert William Lockel …

Combating Attention Deficit Disorder With Medication

… For those who have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder – or have a child who has been diagnosed – there is an element of relief attached to the diagnosis. Finally, their struggles are validated and defined. And now that there’s a name for all the symptoms, there comes the opportunity to treat the symptoms as well. For many who are in this situation, Attention Deficit Disorder drugs are the answer for which …

Educating Yourself With Attention Deficit Disorder Research

… condition begins in childhood and is mostly detected between an ages of four to seven. This situation is typically characterized by learning and behavioral disorders…. By: James S. Pendergraftl Health> Medicinel Oct 29, 2009 From Fear to Freedom Fear is a crippling emotion that often destroys the fabric of a person’s life. No amount of logic, cajoling, bullying, pleading, coercion, or guilt trips …

Attitude Change and ADHD

Attitude Change and ADHD Author: Powlin V. Manuel MD, MBA Attitude is people’s evaluation the various aspects of the social world formed from social learning, classical conditioning, instrumental conditioning, and observational learning. Making an assessment of the existing attitude will provide us information to take appropriate measures to change attitude. The existing attitude of the parents, teachers, peers, and healthcare providers affect the outcome of patients suffering from ADHD. …

For ADHD Adult Patients, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Plus Medication Better Than Medication Alone

For ADHD Adult Patients, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Plus Medication Better Than Medication Alone An adult with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) who takes targeted medication combined with 1-on-1 sessions of CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) is likely to experience significantly greater improvement of symptoms compared to an ADHD adult patient who only has the medication, according to research published in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), August 25th …