In some cases, yes. Universities and colleges around North America are reporting an increase in prescriptions for stimulant drugs used to treat ADHD; some people fake symptoms for the stimulant medication which can allow them to study longer and stay more focused.
Yes. The specifics will depend on the state.
Caffeine is mildly effective on adults with ADHD, but nowhere near as effective as prescription medications. It should be avoided for children and teens.
No. There is a tremendous amount of medical literature backing up the legitimacy of ADHD. There has been much debate around the diagnosis of ADHD and the increase of prescriptions for psychostimulants which some view as unnecessary.
Yes, Autism and ADHD are considered comorbid so can often both occur in the same person.I am both Autistic (official diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder) and have ADHD, as is true for many people on the Autism spectrum. ADHD is often considered a cousin to ASD because the two can have similar and overlapping characteristics such as issues with communication and executive dysfunction.
Treatments for ADHD include medication, behavior management, and education for both parents and child about diagnosis and treatment options.
Fake, not genuine/real.
uh, no how stupid are you
The penalty for having a fake i.d. is that you get like a 500 dollar fine
I am reluctant to answer this question as the most common reason to 'fake ADHD' is to get your doctor to prescribe medication for those with the disorder. Here are first a couple words of caution: (1) if you get caught, you will be in a lot of trouble. Most ADHD medications are controlled substances (i.e., like narcotics) so getting them dishonestly is not a light matter by law, and (2) ADHD medications affect those with and without ADHD differently. In fact, a lot of the focus that non-ADHD takers feel from the medication is a placebo effect, and it makes them very energetic/hyperactive, whereas for those with ADHD is corrects an improper neurotransmitter balance, making them more normal (i.e., calmer and normally focused). Your question seems aimed at the surface symptoms of ADHD. Behavioral symptoms. Which are only visible manifestations of cognitive deficits that cause them. All that hyperactivity, lack of focus, and inappropriate behavior you see from your peers with the disorder are a reflection of the underlying problems they are trying to cope with (or not, depending on how they handle the disorder). If you want to know how to 'fake it' look up behavioral symptoms of ADHD. But honestly, you will not fool an actual psychiatrist (who takes ADHD diagnosis seriously) because the questionnaires for testing the disorder are meant to test the cognitive deficits, which are hard to fake.
There are increasing number of reports saying so. People are having a hard time getting paid out.
no you dont do drugs, drugs are bad for you. stop smokin marijuanana and do something w\ ur life.
According to Frank Barnhill, M.D., author of Mistaken for ADHD, thyroid and 50 other conditions can be mistaken for ADHD. An underactive thyroid or overactive thyroid can have symptoms like inattentiveness, poor memory or sleepiness, also symptoms of ADHD.
Yes, there are people who will fake just about anything.
fake sick um... over sleep(; and you can fake like you are having chest pains
Possession with intent to sell fake control substance. sales of bunk loser sellin fake drugs
Because some people enjoy acting like something their not to impress people they want to be around and hang out with them, fake is not real. Real is not fake. But yeah. Fake people are happy living in fake lives but real people are happy in real lives they just are.
Fake People Make Barbies Look Real.
It is not fake that people have visited the moon. Have you ever heard of Neil Armstrong? He is famous for this task you think is fake!
It Fake hahahhahahaha people who think it real it's not the truth is fake
you people stor wasting your time checking this he is not fake okayy