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What Are the Treatments for adults with attention deficit Disorder?

A: attention deficit disorder is a condition characterized by an inability to focus, manage time, and perform basic tasks required in everyday activities. In order to properly treat adults with attention deficit disorder, a proper diagnosis must first be made. Once an adult is positively diagnosed with the condition, he or she can expect treatments that include high amounts of psychotherapy and training in the decision making process. adults may also be prescribed certain medications. One of the most important steps when treating adults with

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ADHD College Success: How To Succeed In College with attention deficit Disorder

A: As a doctor who treats ADHD, I know ADHD college success is possible. attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder can be managed and students with the condition can use the gifts of their condition to thrive. Organization is key for succeeding with and overcoming ADHD. These helpful tips can help college students manage the demands of college academics. - Write things down. Keep an updated wall calendar and daily planner to record all of your upcoming exams, due dates, assignments, meetings, team practices, etc. - Introduce yourself and communicate with your professors. Inform them of your challenges, and they may often accommodate you in terms of allowing you to hand...


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Has anyone out there been diagnosed with attention deficit Disorder for the first time as an adult?

A: many people go thru a good part of their adult lives without being diagnosed, count your blessings. I am 41 years of age and was diagnosed at 37. I have ADHD and an LD. I have had trouble keeping a steady employment record since 2001 because I feel trapped in full time permanent jobs. My creativity is stifled. I began working with www.opportunityworks.ca in Dec 2002 to become self-employed. In secular work, I last about 3 months and then get bored or due to poor inter-personal skills I am fired. I waited a year after my diagnosis (got two opinions) and then began meds. I started out on 5 mg Dexedrine (short acting) - got dizzy on those and split them so I was taking 2.5 mgs to start. I gradually moved on to 10 mg Dexedrine spansules. I am...


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What are some diet tips for a child with attention deficit disorder?

A: LOTS OF OMEGA THREE (fish, walnuts, etc.) and eliminate all diet soda products!!! Less red meat, too! For children I recommend any of these. ShapeWorks QuickStart NRG Xtra-Cal Tang Kuei Herbal Aloe Herbalifeline * AVOID ALL JUNK FOOD* You cannot find these in stores, so go to www.beaturlbs.com Ask for 40% off for the month of June. Email me if you have any questions. Add our mannabears to his diet. look at our product link. My step son has ADHD. I stopped giving him the ingredient red40. It really helps and is in things like red cola red candy. You can find it on the back of the can...if its there, don''t give it to them. You will be surprised just taking the one ingredient away helps. limit sugar and caffiene. encourage excercise. Limiting Sugar is a good start. However; children

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What Does an attention deficit Disorder Support Group Do?

A: An attention deficit disorder support group can help sufferers or their families manage aspects of the condition and connect them with others who experience the same struggles. Support groups can take several forms, including those that are led by professionals as well as by peers. Some attention deficit disorder support groups are made up of individuals who have been diagnosed with attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, while others are geared toward parents of these individuals. Many people who have

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Are attention deficit Disorder Symptoms Something You Can Ignore?

A: If you have a child with attention deficit disorder symptoms or you are an adult and think you may have some of these, you may be wondering whether or not you can ignore them. After all, many of us are so busy, we may not even notice them or think that it is simply part of a particular person''s personality. After all, we all know people who have lots of energy in seemingly endless supply. However, when it comes to this type of disorder, you would do well not to ignore the various symptoms. The reason for this is that often times it is all too easy to just say that it looks like they are having an off day or that the child in question will grow out of this particular behavior. However, by doing this, you are in...


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Can attention deficit Disorder Be Conquered Through Sheer Force of Will?

A: If you''ve been doing any research on mental disorders you know that one of the most prominent ones in today''s society, especially when it comes to both children and adults, is attention deficit disorder. You''ve also probably discovered that there are many different treatments and ways to diagnose this particular issue. One thing that some people may be thinking is that it can be cured through sheer force of will. Of course, you''re health practitioner will probably dissuade you from this line of thinking, especially if you yourself are considering several forms of treatment. However, there is something to be said for the human will and what it can do. Consider for a moment that there are people

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What is the dosing range of Adderall to treat adult attention deficit disorder?

A: Adderall is a psychostimulant medication composed of racemic amphetamine aspartate monohydrate, racemic amphetamine sulfate, dextroamphetamine saccharide and dextroamphetamine sulfate for use in attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. Use the lowest effective individualized dose; administer the first dose as soon as awake; use intervals of 4-6 hours between additional doses. Initial dosing of Adderall is 5 mg once or twice daily; increase daily dose in 5 mg increments at weekly intervals until optimal response is obtained. The usual maximum dose is 40 mg per day given in 1 to 3 divided doses per day. For more detailed information, consult with your physician or pharmacist for guidance based...


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attention deficit Disorder: Are Chemicals Always the Answer?

A: If you suffer from attention deficit disorder or you know either adult or a child does, your first instinct of course would be to refer them to mental health specialists. Something to think about here is that while you''re family Doctor can of course write you a referral, they are not necessarily qualified to deal with disorders such as this one. They are great when it comes to physical things such as checkups and things dealing with the body. However, for mental disorders, it is always best to seek out the advice of a professional whose business this is. That said, you may be wondering whether or not the standard response of a prescription for Ritalin is always the best and first option....


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Tell Me What You Know About adults with AD/HD?

A: It''s a strain on the marriage - husband never sits down to eat with the family - doesn''t know how to put things away , has low self esteem , is always looking for things misplaced they can take Ritalin or some other drug but it won''t really help unless you also have Cognitive Behavior therapy They tend to have a really short atte.... That color of blue is awesome. I have never seen a car pai.... My arm hurts . Do you like balloons? Im a college student and there''s an older lady who''s about in her late 40''s or mid 50''s in my class who has ADHD. She is constantly talking to herself, singing in the middle of class, cursing at herself in the middle of an exam and laughing very loud, asking way too many useless questions that''s not even relevant to the subject...


 
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