One of the most common, I think, is that the parent of a child who seems out of control is a bad parent. Also, one of the best management skills is to keep a structured schedule for the child--as the child grows older it is hard for him/her (and maybe teachers) to recognize that the development and use of the skills is a coping skill and not a reflection of intelligence. Actually, it is a general truism that ADD people are some of the most intelligent people on the planet--not the most stupid.
http://www.adhdchildparenting.com/adhd-child-diet-therapy.php offers some advice for diets for ADHD patients. http://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/guide/adhd-diets also offers some great help when it comes to a diet for ADHD patients. It is also advised to check with your doctor about some diet ideas for those dealing with ADHD.
Staterra- a non-stimulant ADHD drug Concerta-Stimulant ADHD drug (controlled substance)
Yes, there are some people that have ADHD that once they become older grow out of it. However, most individuals with ADHD have symptoms that continue into adulthood.
Some symptoms of ADHD in a child include hyperactivity and trouble concentrating. Some children are thought to have a hot temper while they in fact have ADHD.
The definition of crime in the social context is "that behavior which violates (goes against) societal norms". This can be somewhat misleading as societal views change over time and therefore such a definition is always susceptible to interpretation.
In some cases, individuals with ADHD will stop having symptoms as they near adulthood. However, if you have adult ADHD you will not outgrow it.
There are some adhd supplements that actually do help. There are a lot of natural vitamins and supplements you can get. www.webmd.com/���add-adhd/guide/���vitamins-supplements-adhd
There have been some links between ADHD and nutrition. Some studies have indicated that a poor diet can worsen ADHD symptoms and a good diet can improve them.
There are many prescription treatments for adhd. Some are: Adderall, Buspar, Concerta, Prozac and Tenex.
Yes and no. For me (I'm ADHD) it does, some it makes hyper.
There are several coupon sites that offer this. Here is one of many:www.webmd.com/add-adhd/guide/vitamins-supplements-adhd
Sadly. I have adhd and there is no possible way for it to be cured. And it's not really noticeable.
There does not seem to be any scientific evidence that food can cause ADHD. However, some research does suggest that food coloring may be the culprit. A good article can be found here: http://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/guide/food-dye-adhd
During times of conflict and change civil liberties are challenged. Societal views and values do not change as easily as political belief, and people hold on to the views they were previously taught.
A diet high in protein, complex carbs, and Omega-3s will be beneficial to a child with ADHD. For more information, visit WebMD: http://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/guide/adhd-diets
Unfortunately, some with ADHD do not respond to medication. Consult your doctor about other proven treatments for ADHD like behavioral therapy and meditation.
No antidepressant has been approved to treat ADHD; however, bupropion (brand name Wellbutrin) has shown some benefit in studies for adults with ADHD.
If a person displays many symptoms of ADHD [see related questions] one could suggest a person has ADHD. In some cases, such as inattentive subtypes of ADHD a person would not display obvious external symptoms. Only a doctor can confirm a diagnosis of ADHD.
There are many vitamins and supplements that are being marketed for ADHD, but not all of them are effective or safe. There is some evidence that zinc and fish oil will improve ADHD symptoms. St. John's wort is marketed as an ADHD drug, but it does not help and it can be extremely dangerous if mixed with other medications. One should speak to their doctor or specialist prior to starting a supplement for ADHD symptoms.
Some vitamin supplements that are helpful to someone with adhd are fish oil, melotonin and zinc. Some children with adhd have lower levels of zinc that children without adhd and zinc supplements have been should to help improve adhd symptoms. Fish oil may improve mental skills in children and melotonin is a natural sleep aid and can decrease your child's excess energy.
Yes; it is believed that 30% of individuals with ADHD will experience co-morbid depression. In some cases, depression can be caused by untreated ADHD symptoms and can be treated through addressing the ADHD. In other cases, the depression is unrelated to ADHD and requires it's own unique treatment.
adhd starts off when you are a child. Some children will and can simple grow out of adhd where as others who dont grow out of the symptoms may be stuck with the disease for life.