A hyper-active dog is almost always a BORED dog! Dogs have a lot of energy, and if they are not given a way to channel that energy in a positive way, they WILL figure out a way to do it themselves - you just probably won't like it!
ADHD is not a recognized disorder among canines. If the dog is behaving in a way that suggests hyperactivity, it probably needs more exercise and a way to channel its energy. Consider taking an obedience or agility class.
Also, there are a number of great books available on Dog Training and behavior.
Consult your vet if the dog is destructive or acts irrationally.
Has your dog had its distemperment shots? Look into that. molly rocks
Xanex is not used to treat ADHD.
No antidepressant has been approved to treat ADHD; however, bupropion (brand name Wellbutrin) has shown some benefit in studies for adults with ADHD.
Yes; Adderall is approved to be used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy.
Seroquel is a brand name for the drug quetiapine. Quetiapine is not used for treating bipolar disorders and schizophrenia; it is not used to treat ADHD.
By law they can prescribe the medications but a GP is not qualified to assess ADHD.
one is ritalin
It shouldn't be, Prozac can have serious side effects to someone who has ADHD.
It increases the neurotransmitter norepinephrine.
It's used to treat other things besides ADHD, as well.
Tachycardia is more likely to be caused by a stimulant used to treat ADHD or increased anxiety.
In terms of making a person functional with ADHD, marijuana shows no evidence and has numerous evidence to the contrary. Marijuana can increase the odds of psychosis, schizophrenina-related disorders, and induce apathy and memory loss. It may indirectly treat hyperactivity by increasing apathy, but in no ways does this treat ADHD.
No; naproxen is not chemically related to any of the drugs used to treat ADHD.
Yes; there are many prescription drug treatments approved to treat ADHD. Please see the related questions.
Caffeine has not been approved to treat ADHD, nor has it been proven to have any dramatic effects on focus or attention. Caffeine is a very mild stimulant and it belongs to the same class of drugs (psychostimulants) that are commonly used to treat ADHD such as amphetamine or methylphenidate. There have been theories that many people with ADHD benefit more from caffeine and it may be an attempt to self-medicate (similar to the higher proportion of individuals with ADHD that smoke tobacco which contains nicotine); treating ADHD with caffeine is not recommended.
If you treat your dog nicely then they will treat you!
Anyone who wants relief from the symptoms.
Yep, to treat her ADHD.
Only Ritalin to treat her ADHD.
Ritalin is the brand name of methylphenidate, a drug used to treat ADHD. It is a stimulant.
No; Paxil is brand-name paroextine and is used to treat depression and anxiety disorders. Paroxetine has shown no benefit in treating ADHD, however it is sometimes prescribed in addition to another medication used to treat ADHD if depression exists. In some cases, depression can cause lack of focus with is unrelated to having ADHD; taking Paxil can cause a person who was previously depressed to be able to focus.
They help balance the neurotransmitters within the brain, thus allowing the person with ADHD to be calm down and focus.
Citalopram, or Celexa, is a depression medication. It would help if the ADHD person also suffers from depression.
There is no evidence supporting that chocolate in any form can help with ADHD symptoms. See related links.