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Types of medicines for attention deficit disorder?

A: 9 Mar 2012 Hello, Pleae click on the link for a list of medications for this specific condition: http://www.drugs.com/condition/attention-deficit-disorder.html Take care, maso.- Votes:+0CommentVote upReportSearch for questionsStill looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question. Search:Similar questionsattention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) - How are test done and processed to diagnose ADD or... ADHD because they only asked my 8 year old a few questions and said he needed to be on this medication?? 1 answer • 1 Nov 2009 •

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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...


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Who was the first person to do tests for attention deficit disorders?

A: In 1902, Dr. George Still first tested and documented attention deficit disorder symptoms in children. Seventy-eight years later, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental disorders officially labeled the disorder as ADD with and without hyperactivity. Today, 3 to 7 percent of school-aged children suffer from symptoms of the disorder, now known as ADHD.Source:The Childrens Clinic: attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder...


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attention deficit disorder: Why Some People Choose to Ignore It

A: If you''ve been doing any research into the mind or mental disorders you know that attention deficit disorder is certainly one that is getting a lot of attention these days, mostly due to the effect that it has on children and their ability to learn and do well in daily life. However, what you may not know is that there are those that try to ignore or minimize what can be a potentially devastating disorder if left undiagnosed and untreated. The question here of course, is why do they ignore it? In some cases, this is an easy answer, simply because there are those that are senior citizens and when they were young, this was virtually unknown....


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What is attention deficit disorder?

A: attention deficit disorder, also known as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, is a condition affecting children from early childhood around the age of 7 that can persist into adulthood, according to the non-profit group Help GuideCharacteristicsHelp Guide reports three primary characteristics of ADD: inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity. These three characteristics can present in each individual as one symptom or as a group of symptoms....


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Are attention deficit disorder Symptoms Easy to Spot?

A: If you''ve been watching the news then you know that bullying of all forms seems to be running rampant in our society. Not only that, but it seems like every time you turn on the television, you''ll see attention deficit disorder symptoms used as an excuse for various types of behavior that 50 years ago would not have been tolerated. The question here of course is how easy the symptoms are to spot so that you can fix the problem before it becomes unmanageable. This is something that many parents ask themselves and so do many teachers. The thing here is that lots of these symptoms tend to look like general behavioral issues that all kids seem to display from time to time as they grow up. As such, it is very difficult...


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Do you think that attention deficit disorder is an over-diagnosed disease?

A: Don''t try to say it''s just boredom, you stupid kid, I''m teaching here you moronic brats. Now take your drugs! Ya know! First. attention deficit disorder is NOT a DISEASE!!! It is a condition! A disorder!! Dang. Maybe you should do research on the disorder, even if you have it...or even if your child has it, before making assumptive remarks and diagnostic commentary on it! Yes! Wait, no! I like ice cream! Seriously - I think you''re absolutely right - it''s a cop out! yes.its not even a disease Over diagnosed, yes...but my son was recently diagnosed with ADHD, he could not sit down for 12 hours aday, not even a minute among alot of other and learning...


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attention deficit disorder Meds

A: Anxiety is a common side effect for Focalin. If it really bothersome, talk to your doctor about maybe adjusting the dosage or possibly trying another ADHD medication. Dexmethylphenidate (sold commercially by Novartis as Focalin, also available generically in the US exclusively from Teva) is a pharmaceutical drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It is a psychostimulant dopamine reuptake inhibitor that affects the central nervous system. Dexmethylphenidate has a 4-6 hour duration of effect (a long-acting formulation, Focalin XR, which spans 12 hours is also available), and has been demonstrated to be as, if not more effective than methylphenidate at reducing the symptoms...


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Is exercise good for inattentive attention deficit?

A: On One Hand: Exercise is Beneficial for People with ADHDExercise usually helps an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder sufferer because physical exertion increases the amount of dopamine in the brain, which allows you focus on a task more attentively, according to Health.com. Some of the best exercises are those that also require concentration, such as karate....


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How is attention deficit disorder diagnosed?

A: Because ADHD symptomatology is often present in children with poor coordination, reading and learning problems, and other neurodevelopmental disturbances, in the past labels such as ''minimal brain damage'' and ''minimal brain dysfunction'' were assigned, although no neurologic pathology or injury was detectable. The terms ''hyperactivity'' and ''hyperkinesis'' were subsequently introduced; however, these labels emphasize the motor aspects of the disorder. The current diagnostic label—attention deficit disorder—circumvents these problems by focusing on the core etiological determinant for the multifaceted expression of cognitive, behavioral, and emotional...


 
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