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Insight into attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms

A: Overview Children with attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder symptoms are more intense, more active, and more distractible. When you compare your child to your friend’s child, the differences are striking – one child is calm and stays with an activity while the other child bounces from toy to game to playing with the dog. In addition, this child seems to be in constant motion, as if powered by a little motor that doesn’t stop....


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ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder) Therapy?

A: If I recall properly,  more than 50% of children diagnosed with ADHD will continue to exhibit this disorder throughout adulthood. ADHD is a physiological condition pertaining to low dopamine levels in the frontal lobe area of the brain. Generally speaking, the treatment of ADHD combines both, stimulant medication and therapy, as there is a very wide variation existing with ADHD -  No two are alike.  I hope that my answer has been able to enlighten you with regard to ADHD. Please  Google "ADHD" and learn about the condition. ...


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Can a child with Down syndrome also have ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder)?

A: Sure Yes she could Yes, they can magnachick said: 1 You also mentioned the imaginary friends. Keep in mind that talking a lot and imaginary friends ar typical for that cognitive age. While you will find the chatter will most likely subside in adulthood, the imaginary friends often doesnt. DOn''t be tricked into thinking it is psychosis! I have 2 aunts w/ Downs that have lived with me since childhood. Believe me, this is typical. Good luck! Sign in to report abuse or send a compliment 35 months ago...


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attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Psycosis gone or not?

A: Hello my friend, It is the medication doing it´s job. I am being realistic... but there are no miracle drugs. I wish there were ... otherwise we would not need to take so many medications ( well I take my fair share), and all the pharmaceuatical companies would not be as many as they are today... many would be out of business. I am very happy this medication is working for you. Thanks yet again my friend.I almost feel like I have my life back almost.This feeling is truley wonderful.I''m glad I started taking this drug because if I didn''t the reality of coping with it would be hell and I don''t know if that feeling would ever have gone away with out the medication. maso4169My friend, I am truly very, but I mean very happy for you! Add your CommentAnonymousScore 1 for concerta 0 for...


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attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Children have died from taking amphetamine?

A: I have a son who is 7yrs. old. When he was 4, my mother talked me into taking him to the doctor to discuss ADHD. He was extrememly hyper, and impulsive. I thought he was just being an over active, 2yr old and disregarded my mothers observations for a couple of yrs. Then I started to wonder if maybe she was right. He was going to be starting school and I wanted him to be able to focus, and sit down long enough to learn something. The doctor prescribed Concerta-18mg. I noticed a difference behavior wise, but the weight loss had become extreme! People were making remarks that maybe I was starving him! Every one of his little ribs were protruding. He also started having problems with his heart racing, and feeling faint all the time. I took him to the doctor and told him I was taking my son off...


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attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - What is the problem with Psycristists in dianosing

A: I''m gonna remain on-topic and attempt to answer what seems to be a question about adult an ADHD diagnosis. I don''t percieve there to be any sort of patient/doctor conflict in terms of a mis-diagnosis of bi-polarism as opposed to ADHD. The main concern is that there is no specific criteria to lead doctors to believe it is one or the other. Based on my own experience, and a battery of memory and comprehension ''surveys'', along with several counseling and interview sessions, a doctor made a judgement for me as to what I was suffering from. This turned out to be ADHD. This was in no way a big stamp on a piece of paper certifying me of an ailment with an immediate trip to the pharmacy for a med that was being pushed. Instead, there was a trip to another psychiatrist for a second ''quality...


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Does Senator McCain have attention-deficit hyperactivity Disorder?

A: I doubt it (Did you actually mean President Bush?) :) Maximum20Characters said: 1 John McCain vs. John McCain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioy90nF2anI He''s just the type who needs to win at any cost. He''ll say anything and has a short fuse so he''s bound to get caught in these traps and not look all that good. Sign in to report abuse or send a compliment 28 months ago darana replied to post #1: ...


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How can I tell if my child has ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder)?

A: attention deficit hyperactivityhyperactivity is a higher than normal level of activity and restlessness. ''); return false''>hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), sometimes called attention deficit disorder (ADD), is the most common behavioural disorder that starts in childhood. It affects 5% of children and 2-4% of adults in the UK. Children and adults living with ADHD may: find it difficult to concentrate, be easily distracted, have less control over what they do or say (as they tend to act impulsively), and be fidgety and restless. ADHD is a medical condition that should not be confused with normal excitable or...


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attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

A: attention deficithyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a difficult problem for all concernedto manage, especially the parents, and also to diagnose, because there is noone simple test that will give the answer. The main features of ADHD are hyperactivity as shownby: marked restlessness and inappropriate overactivity inattentiveness failing to concentrate and finish a set task impulsiveness, doing things without thinking about the possible consequences impatience, unable to wait butting in on conversations sometimes antisocial behaviour general difficulties with conduct. All these problems are not necessarily associated withimmaturity or below average intelligence, but sufferers may have...


 
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