Not as a standard treatment. Typically Abilify (aripiprazole) is used for conditions such as bipolar mood disorder. There have been some studies looking at using it in ADHD, but they are just in the research phase. So, in a few years, this may be something else to try, but for now, most physicians stick to one of the standard classes of medications. In someone who has bipolar and ADHD both, this might be a possible treatment now.
The doctor who prescribed the medicine to you will be able to help
a drug prescribed for adhd
This depends if you have ADHD or not. If you do have ADHD, it will calm you down, and it will be prescribed to you. If you do not have ADHD it will make you hyper, jittery, nervous, and sometimes a bit scary. It will NOT be prescribed if you don't have ADHD. In any case, you will stop eating or sleeping, and easily become addicted to it.
My 10 yr old daughter, who is ADHD was put on abilify and just started clonide to help her sleep better at night and she is doing well with it
To help with their ADD/ADHD
No, they can't.
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#1 : If your doctor prescribes it. I am prescribed 10mg Abilify and 20mg Prozac for possible bi-polar disorder. The Prozac gets rid of the depression, and the Abilify gets rid of the Mania: they meet in the middle, or that's how my dr. explained it to me.
Take it as it's prescribed by a doctor, but normally taken once a day with or without food.
The most commonly prescribed medication for ADHD is methylphenidate. This includes the following brand-name drugs: Ritalin, Concerta, and Focalin. And you can't forget adderoll and vyvanse. they worked best for me.
SSRIs such as Prozac are antidepressants and may also be prescribed along with an ADHD medicine to help believe symptoms of both meaning depression and ADHD. So no Prozac is not prescribed for ADHD specifically which I can say I have ADHD and I have been on Prozac by itself and it didn't help with my ADHD at all.