Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… horrible and so does fish, shrimp, clams, and oysters. There are a number of reasons but as long as the food is healthy and not a bunch of junk food then I wouldn’t worry. Since the child is there you might want to research a bit on vegan diets just to create an understanding for the child’s sake. Not saying you should convert or anything but just learn a bit so you can monitor the kids diet . That way if you notice health changes you can let the parents know. The same thing …

Your Questions About Adhd In Adults

Ruth asks… What is your life experience like having adhd? adults/teens/parents of an adhd child/pensioners all answer plz? I’m 16 yrs old male,if I didn’t have adhd I wouldn’t go around in circles and worry so much, while accomplishing nothing. People wouldn’t have to repeat stuff to me because I never listened in the first place, instead id be imagining I’m outside by myself listenng to the birds sing.I wouldn’t be so fidgety and talkative with some …

Your Questions About Adhd Diets For Children

… anxious while camping. Its only for two nights and its local campsite (40 minutes away) but im so worried that the phone will ring and one of the leaders will call me and complain about my sons behaviour or that my son will be discriminated against or that when i pick him up afterwards, he will have lost five pounds! Am i overeacting or is this normal to worry? If my child didnt have ADHD, it would be so much easier but he has ADHD really bad and since he was four. The meds help tremendously …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications For Teenagers

… give you a little background. Anyways my mother is wanting my oldest child and him to go to the movies (she would be going too) My concern is that she can’t even control him, I worry he would do or say something inappropriate. The only way I would agree to let her go is if I went with them. I’m not comfortable with her going with just the two of them. My mother will more than likely be offended by this, because I intend to tell her what I just typed above. I guess I’m …

Your Questions About Adhd Symptoms In Adults

… all, don’t worry about what the label is (ADD, ADHD, Inattentive ADD, etc.) The fact is you have something that is disturbing you and making it difficult for you to succeed in your life. That needs to be your focus. If you do have the clinical disorder ADD, O.K., there are treatments for that. If you don’t, so what? You are still having problems that need to be dealt with. You need help dealing with the things that are troubling you. That is going to require outside help. You …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… about it. Is it something that can be passed down to a child? Is that something serious to worry about? When I’m around my boyfriend he seems fine. barry jennings answers: SED is not an individual diagnosis… It is a set of diagnoses. ADHD is considered an SED, but so are things like oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder. I’d ask him to describe his symptoms… Some are more serious than others. As far as passing it down to kids. Some appear to run in …

Your Questions About Adhd Medications And Weight Loss

… you experience? Also, any tips on gaining weight while on ADHD medication would be greatly appreciated. barry jennings answers: The weight loss effect is called the anorexic effect. In time it disappears completely so it is nothing to worry about. I rather imagine the doctor would tell you she is a healthy weight for her age and height. Even if the dose is increased, which after a while is done in most cases, the anorexic effect will disappear completely, it always does, always. …

Your Questions About Adhd Causes In Children

… all experts as to what causes or helps autism. The same diet is often tried for children with ADHD. There have also been (very, very few) cases of children diagnosed with mental retardation who were later found to be of normal intelligence after removing gluten and casein from the diet. Many adults are finding now that the root of IBS and other problems they’re having is a serious intolerance of gluten, or celiac disease. People who have to live gluten-free not only have to worry about …