Yes, I suspect they would. Drugs are much, much easier (and cheaper) on the medical delivery system and get grossly overprescribed. (diagnosed this year, am 35 and now on)
Answer: I don't believe so. ADD is a chemical imbalance--not a behavior problem. Some children with ADD do "overcome" it by the time they are adults, but this is attributed to brain development, not personal effort. Therapy can help to minimize the behavioral tendencies that one develops as a result of ADD, but it really has no effect on the root problem, which is purely biological. Therefor, therapy should be used in addition to medication, not in lieu of it. There is some evidence that children with ADD who modify their diet are more likely to grow out of it, so to speak, because diet can affect brain development. I am 15, and I was diagnosed a couple years ago. High school was the first time my grades reflected the disorder because until then the workload was not difficult enough for my grades to suffer. If your child is smart and resourceful, they might be able to compensate for their ADD all the way through grade school. But speaking from experience, they won't have gained anything from "coping" with their disadvantage. It's extremely frustrating to feel as though you're not reaching your potential. I personally suffered from depression as a result, and have heard that this is quite common for undiagnosed ADD. You wouldn't deny a diabetic insulin, would you?
It depends on Parents, Siblings, Peers, Teachers, and anyone who matters to them... their support structure. If they don't know that they are simply wired differently, then teenage and adult years can lay depression, frustration, and resentment upon them. Do try the Natural options, first. If they are sufficient, it will save a lot of money, and avoid negative stigmatization. Intense aerobic exercise (, soccer) is one of the treatments. With the obesity crisis, exercise training could also be an excellent lifestyle skill to learn, early. The fast pace of those sports can provide positive reinforcement, since it requires quick thinking, and can be less boring than solo sports. Herbal supplements like chelated magnesium for mood, damiana tumerica for mood, DMAE for focus, and avoidance of foods that cause blood sugar spikes (aka, South Beach Diet, or L.A. Weight Loss) will also stabilize mood, all to make it easier to focus. Any medicine that is required for acceptable function will disqualify people for occupations such as military service. Some people give up on life, after they are labelled, or if they become convinced that they need drugs, to seem 'normal.' Again, it depends upon the love, care, support, discipline, opinions and attitudes of the people in the child's world. If you believe that kids with seeing deficits would be better in the long run by not wearing glasses and doing eye exercises instead (and we all know that once you start wearing glasses, your vision just gets worse and worse), then you would also think in the same manner for ADD. Of course, those seeing deficit kids are going gto have a lot of bruised noses and won't get called on to play . But at lease they will be doing a "natural" treatment. I just hope that you don't treat a heart attack in the same way. I was lucky enough to have a son whose behavior changed overnight from horrible to wonderful (more or less) due to Ritalin. He went from hating school to loving it (and will be getting his master's degree in a few months. Yes, he is still medicated. I was lucky to have ADD myself so I knew first hand what a help the medication was. I tried everything I humanly could to change my behavior and when nothing else worked, I reluctantly went to a doctor. I never believed the medication would work. Then I took my first pill and I suddenly saw a different way to look at the world. I was able to control my impulses for the first time in my life. And I knew ADD could be treated I was ADHD and totally untreated for the first 19 years of my life and I learned how to cope. but my ways of coping were failing school, having panick attacks and being a huge annoyance to everyone around me. You learn to deal with the problems you have but sometimes its like doing backflips instead of just walking, it makes everything much harder than it needs to be. for example. with out meds I can not sit still in a class. so I would leave. or I would bring something else to do in class. Sure I got through but does it help to go to class every day when in the end you just fail the class and have to take it over again? meds and a good diet and therapy are the real answer
Yes. Everything about language must be learned: it does not "come naturally."
Bud Never Knew His Father & Bud Was The Narrator Of The Story, So Bud's Father Never Learned A Lesson As For Bud's GRANDFATHER He Learned Tht He Shouldnt Have Pushed His Daughter So Much & She Wouldnt Have Ran Away And Probably Wouldnt Be Dead.
At first Itachi was stronger but Naruto learned more techniques so he is now more powerful.
No, racism is not a natural inclination. It is a learned bahaviour.
It is a quality such as walking or talking that you learn, as opposed to something you do naturally such as breathing or mastication.
No, eating in not a learned behvior. You are born naturally knowing how to swallow though you start of eating soft foods because of your delicate gums.
Naturally, that depends on what type of loss you've experienced. But it can be true that one can become stronger through loss. For instance, a woman was dumped by her boyfriend. It hurt immensely. Not wanting to be rejected, but refusing to go begging, the woman learned to rely on herself for emotional security. As she learned to love herself and enjoy being with herself for company, she found she had matured greatly. This experience made her stronger so that the next time a relationship failed, she was able to deal with it quicker and easier.
You can't get it because there is no TM for bubble beam. its just a naturally learned move
Learned behavior is a behavior that does not come naturally, as an instinct behavior does. You have to teach an animal how to do a trick, etc., which is learned behavior, for they were not born with the knowledge of knowing how to do that trick, etc.
yes it is true.we just learned that yesterday.
If you mean copper, it exists naturally in the earth, and mankind learned how to work it in prehistocic times.
There is no TM Foresight; it is a move learned by Pokemon naturally by leveling up on their own.
How: It one of the natural behaviors that learned naturally. when: 100 years ago in 1907. See the link below
According to the bible, speaking in tongues is a spiritual gift. It is not something to be learned.
It is a powerful move that can be learned by Grass types. (it is not a TM/hm, the Pokemon learns it naturally.)
Type your answer here... no he learned it naturally .. thats why hes so good at it <3
i think that they have partly learned behavior and partly instinct behavior because they proberly learn some things for their parents and other things they might pick up naturally
I have never heard that he did. I think he was just naturally a positive thinker as are most successful people.
We learned this in Enlgish today! Rye is what whiskey is made of and is sometimes added to whiskey to make it stronger.
Robin has more gadgets and he learned jujitsu from Batman eventually taking his place, so I'll go with him.
You can find an aipom when you headbutt trees, and you can evolve it into an ambipom after teaching it double hit, which can be learned naturally at level 32
implicit grammar is learned naturally without effort as toddlers through conversation and exposure to the language. explicit grammar is learned in the classroom when someone makes a conscious effort to learn a language.
People naturally like to put things in categories, and that sometimes includes other people. Stereotyping is also learned from previous generations.
Sauske because he learned to control all forms of Chidori and Neji only learned to Master all form of the byakugan but chidori is still deadly and Byacugan can only seal chackara for a long amount of time.
Madd Gear Learned From Razor's mistakes and reinforced all the bits that would usually snap on a scooter.