Is there any such thing for ADHD vaccine?
ADHD is ADD but with Hyper added.
You can not take the corticosteroids drugs with any vaccine. The effect of vaccine will be diminished or may be absent.
Absolutely. Anyone can be diagnosed with ADHD at any age. The essential thing, though, is that the symptoms had been there since you were seven years old or younger. Many people live with ADHD for years, even into adulthood, only to figure out on their own that the problems they were experiencing were due to something that was actually treatable.
Yes. There is a rabies vaccine.
Walt Disney was never diagnosed with ADHD or any other learning disabilities.
no there is not any liophilized vaccine , but currently live attenuated vaccine that contain Theileria infected lynphoblast is used and is using in many country .
Alcohol does not affect the cervical cancer vaccine. There are no dietary restrictions after any vaccine.
People are born with ADHD, there are two major causes of ADHD. The first on is genes, you can't change genes, if ADHD is in your genes you can't prevent it. Just because ADHD is in your genes doesn't mean that theres a 100% chance of passing it on to your child. The second is environmental factors such as smoking and drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Children exposed to lead or toxins at an early age… Read More
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. There are 4 types - ADHD, predominately inattentive; AHDH, predominately hyperactive; ADHD, combined; and finally ADHD, NOS (meaning not otherwise specified and may not meet full criteria for full-blown ADHD). There is technically no such thing as ADD but that is what some people use for ADHD, predominately inattentive.
The only thing i have heard of about helping ADHD are bunch of types of medicine, which i used to take cause i have ADHD but not very bad..but the thing is with some types of the medicine i have used is that it makes you not hungry and lose ALOT of weight..for me this was bad cause I'm already skinny but yeah.
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.
You can get this vaccine from almost any doctor, health care clinic, or pharmacy.
The same way you would ask any girl out - simply ask the question. ADHD doesn't affect how a person relates to other people - it simply means the person has a harder time focusing on one thing for an extended period of time.
No, you cant die from any vaccine. Vaccines are only the simple versions of diseases or colds. In your case rabies. Vaccines only help the body practise fighting germs so that they can counterattack the real thing if it ever comes.
ADHD is not linked directly to increased lying; however, there has not been any large studies conducted into this.
No; naproxen is not chemically related to any of the drugs used to treat ADHD.
Yes, they are the same thing.
Office jobs and jobs in which do not interest you are not advised for somebody with adhd, and in applying for a job you will have to tell them you have ADHD, which may affect the outcome of whether or not you get the job.
Ther is no such thing as a cholera vaccine. Best cure is hydration an avoiding spread by exercising strict hygiene.
Well, one day, in school, we were talking about different disabilities, and the teacher said, "Does everyone know Jason Earles from Hannah Montana?" And everyone except the boys said yes, and then, the teacher said, "Well he has some thing called ADHD. ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. So ADHD is something that makes your brain not be able to focus on one thing and be hyper all the time." So I think that… Read More
I have ADHD, and I get mad at my sister for hardly any reason at all at times, the best thing to do, is not taunt them, and just leave, otherwise, you'll end up getting hurt. It's really hard to controll my anger when my sister is being a smart-alec.
In my area, tetanus vaccine is given at any time of day.
when he was a kid he had ADHD
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.
There is no evidence supporting that chocolate in any form can help with ADHD symptoms. See related links.
Since Hepatitis B vaccine only protects against Hepatitis B, the only thing the vaccine controls is Hepatitis B infections.
yes but no. ADHD ( Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder ) is the disability so focus on one thing at a time and not being able so stand or sit still for long periods of time. i have ADHD and and just typing this is hard cuz im thinking about other stuff. in my opinion ADHD is not a disability, its a gift...
Not that I know of, but read ADHD & Me. Google it; sorry, I only know that the author is a teen when he wrote it and his name is Jason.
If a pregnant woman mistakenly gets the MMR vaccine or conceive within days of getting the vaccine, she should be counseled about the potential theoretical risks to the fetus. Getting the vaccine is not enough ground to terminating the pregnancy. Pregnancy registry of 324 pregnant women who got the vaccine did not show any terotegenicity to the fetus. No baby reported any adverse events due to the vaccine
he had toreette syndrome and adhd
there is no such thing as rabies! search for somthing apropriet or go on facebook but ... THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS RAEBIES!
It is considered a learning disability because most people with adhd cannot concentrate on one thing for very long, thus making it hard to learn.
I am 14 years old and i have had adhd all my life.So there really is not any age you are born with it.And usally as you age it wears off.
The word 'vaccine' is a noun, a word for a substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity against a disease; a word for a thing.
They're not. They only find it difficult to concentrate directly on a certain thing.
The disease is constantly changing and therefore any vaccine made will become outdated relatively quickly.
Any vaccine, whatsoever, if for the benefit of one's health or if taken to guard against getting harmed by illness or death, then it is allowed to have that vaccine by Muslims.
In Australia, it is estimated that up to 11% of children in Australia have ADHD. The exact amount is not known as this is not indicated on any national census.
Yes; however, if you take any other medications for ADHD you should mention it to your pharmacist. It may be unsafe if there is a drug interaction.
We can have that at any age. The symptoms are many. You can not diagnose a child that young. it could be many different thing since so many things are going on at this age.
No. The vaccine is proven safe and effective over decades of use, the only thing different in the H1N1/09 vaccine from "regular" flu shots is the virus, the rest of the ingredients in the vaccine are tried and safe. If any one dies from it, it is because they have a severe allergy to something in it, like eggs. And that doesn't take more than a few hours to make you sick, it would happen… Read More
Does it do any good to take a vaccine once you are sick with the disease the vaccine is supposed to fight?
No, it doesn't, because the vaccine 'primes' the system for the virus. It won't help once you're already sick.
ADHD is hereditary, so you can not "get" ADHD.
It's this thing you inhale ( a live virus ) and its a vaccine for H1N1 or other flues
A: ADHD:Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. When your child is hyper and out of control and doesnt pay any attention at all to anything, that is ADHD. Of course, you have to get them evaluated by a doctor over a period of weeks most of the time, but ADHD is the lack of worrying if anything.
No. ADHD is a diagnosis that is made with a list of symptoms; these symptoms include restlessness, lack of focus, and fidgeting. These symptoms can be found in almost any child just being a 'kid'. The combination of symptoms and severity make the diagnosis of ADHD.
Yes, a person with ADHD can go into any profession. People with ADD/ADHD often seem slow, or less intelligent to other people, but that usually isn't the case. It has been found that people with ADD/ADHD often have higher than average intelligence, and with proper management, can be very successful.
It depends on which contagion you are referring to here.
Yes. Everyone should do their research on vaccines before taking them. There is no law that says you have to take any vaccine.