Juanita I would suggest that maybe you can give your child vitamins with his medicine. My 5 year old son takes a Sesame Street vitamin with his Adderall in the morning. It acts as a reward to him. They are very tasty to him as well.It got easier with us after we started using the vitamins. So maybe you can take a Cartoon Character that he/she obsesses about and get them in a vitamin
No Strattera is a stimulant free medication used to treat adults with ADHD.
No Strattera often makes people tired. I have tryed this medication before(in the 40mg doseing) and i was very tired i also do not have adhd.
Strattera is the first and only non-stimulant medication approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children, adolescents, and adults. Strattera is a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor, a class of ADHD treatment that works differently from the other ADHD medications available. Strattera is available by prescription only.
It increases the neurotransmitter norepinephrine.
No medication is effective for dyslexia. Strattera can should only be used for ADD or ADHD.
what foods should you eat having adhd
You might get a headache.
Strattera may improve attentiveness and decrease hyperactivity/impulsivity. Strattera can improve ADHD symptoms in children in the classroom setting as reported by teachers in a clinical study
No. Why would you even want to, since Strattera is not a stimulant like other ADHD drugs? It won't give you a high.
with strattera you should not take any adhd meds or abuse any medications because then it definitely will not work
Strattera's a selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor, used to treat ADD or ADHD... opioids are used mainly for pain relief.
I know that there are others, but I take Strattera, and it works wonders for me.
As far as my experience, no, but it has worked on others. Also if your question was "Does Strattera work for ADD and ADHD?", then yes, because they are, in my opinion, the same thing.
I have had dysthimia (I think that is the right spelling) which is a difficult to treat, but not severe, depression. I have been on Strattera for 10 days, and I feel that the depression is lifting some. But there are other side effects that make it debatable if it is worth it. Strattera was originally intended to be a new antidepressant drug, but in clinical trials, no benefits could be proven. Since Strattera works to inhibit the reuptake of norepinephrine, the manufacturer ran trials on the effectiveness of Strattera for ADHD and was subsequently approved (Information is from Wikipedia), making Strattera the first non-stimulant ADHD medication on the market. If your doctor is giving you Strattera for depression, you might want to request a new drug, as that is basically an off-label use since Strattera is for ADHD and has been shown in clinical trials to NOT be effective for depression.
IF Strattera is prescribed properly for ADHD symptoms, then yes, it may help improve focus and attention thereby improving performance in sports. Using it without the ADHD diagnosis will not improve performance.
The most effective medications on the market for ADHD treatment are Strattera, Adderall, and ritalin. These three medications are commonly used for people with ADHD and have the greatest success rate.
They are different Pharmacueticals but are both used for ADHD. Their method of Action will be slightly Different in creating the Effect
If Strattera works for your child, it may improve attentiveness and decrease hyperactivity/impulsivity Strattera can improve ADHD symptoms in children in the classroom setting as reported by teachers in a clinical study
Strattera was initially developed as a drug for depression. It was found to be ineffective for depression and was tested for ADHD. It was proven effective in reducing symptoms and was marketed for this purpose.
What would you be taking the Strattera for? If your doctor thinks your symptoms can be helped by strattera, then hopefully that is what will happen! One doesn't necessarily have to have ADHD to have the benefits of this medication, at least that is what the dr's have told me. As for the side effects, that's another story, I heard, among other things, it can cause high blood pressure. You should consult your physician for these answers.
Yes, Zoloft and Strattera can safely be taken together. Zoloft is used to treat depression and anxiety; whereas, Strattera is used to treat forms of ADD and ADHD. As long as the directions provided by your doctor are followed correctly, there is no problem with it.
Wellbutrin is frequently used in the treatment of ADHD and in my experience working in the mental health field, is typically one of the first medications prescribed for ADHD (Strattera is typically tried first) if someone has a history of addictions.
MY 13 YR OLD WAS ON STRATTERA AND I TOOK IT HIM RIGHT OFF IT AND HE HAD NO SIDE AFFECTS WHAT SO EVER. AND YOU SHOULD'NT HAVE ANY SIDE AFFECTS CONSIDERING STRATTERA IS AN ALL NATURAL MEDICATION USED FOR ADHD
No it wouldn't have the same affects. Strattera is a non-stimulant, non controlled drug used for ADHD. Adderall is a stimulant and a controlled drug. I take Adderall for narcolepsy to keep me awake. Adderall can also be taken for ADHD.
No, there is no generic form available for Strattera yet.