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Information on Attention Deficit Disorder Drugs

With modern increases in medication for Attention Deficit Disorder in children one has to ask:  Are they healthy for the child?  What are the side-effects of these ADHD drugs?   Can they do more harm than good?   An article wrote by Dr. Mario Cruz, MD from Philly.com has more information on this subject. Attention Deficit Disorder Drugs: Good or Bad? I see a 9-year- old girl in my practice who is inattentive and hyperactive at school and at home. A thorough evaluation revealed that she has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In our last visit I provided her mother with specific

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Can you outgrow attention deficit disorder?

Can you outgrow attention deficit disorder?

Parents of children with Attention Deficit Disorder will tell you that their hyperactive children can be a handful.    The questions on all of their minds is this: can a kid outgrow their ADHD?  A study by Margaret H. Sibley of the Center for Children and Families at Florida International University in Miami has more information in an article on the GoodTherapy.org website. Can Attention Deficit Disorder be outgrown? The idea that symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) decrease as a child enters adolescence is highly arguable. Some experts believe that as children age, they outgrow many of the behaviors that

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Malnutrition in infancy leads to attention deficit disorder

Malnutrition in infancy leads to attention deficit disorder

A new study has shown there is a link between infant malnutrition and attention deficit disorder.  In adults studied with ADHD, they were all malnourished in their first year of life.  The same adults showed Attention Deficit problems throughout their school years as well.   An article by Barbara Diggs on nutraingredients.com has more. Infant malnutrition increases risk of adult attention deficit disorder: Study Malnourished infants are more likely to have attention deficits as middle-aged adults, despite subsequent long-term nutritional rehabilitation, according to new research. http://www.nutraingredients.com/Research/Infant-malnutrition-increases-risk-of-adult-attention-deficit-disorder-Study Make sure you properly monitor your infant’s nutritional needs, you should not have to worry

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All Kids Are Not the Same

All Kids Are Not the Same

When I worked as a teacher in my local elementary school for a few years, I learned a couple life lessons that I will most likely never be able to forget. The experience really helped me grow as a person, and made me understand the way children work in ways I can not even explain. All kids are not the same, it’s true. Some kids learn well from reading from a book while other  ADD can lead to boredom children may need to have a more hands on approach to learning in order to really take any knowledge from it.

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Get Educated About ADD and ADHD

Get Educated About ADD and ADHD

  I am a third grade teacher and mother and I have a child and students that suffer from attention deficit disorder. I did not have much knowledge on this problem only the brief information the doctors that diagnosed my son with it  ADD counseling can help the frustration gave me. I felt like I needed to get educated more so I can know as a parent and teacher how to better deal with this problem. I did some research online and found that there’s an attention deficit consulting course that I can take to further my knowledge and teach

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Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder is a behavioral pattern characterized by hyperactivity or hyperkinesias of brain activity resulting in inattentive and impulsive behavior. Officially, Attention Deficit Disorder is called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (A.D.H.D.), but commonly people use the term A.D.D. to refer to the disorder. Typically A.D.D. is a psychiatric disorder diagnosed and treated in children. This is important because it is a developmental disorder that can have unhealthy effects into adulthood. Many people that have been diagnosed in childhood with A.D.D. tend to lead chaotic lifestyles and become much disorganized at times. Most of these symptoms go untreated which can

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