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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 now on 30mg Adderall XR. They work wonders on me. I...


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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 with ADD...


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Symptoms of Adult attention deficit disorder and their Variation in Different Situations

A: While the core features of ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) have to be prolonged and present in different situations there can be marked changes of the visible symptoms or adaptation to a specific situation as a consequence of the specific situation or individual interests and coping facilities.Usually ADHD children do better in one-to-one situations, in new or competitive situations (like video games, sport competition) or if they can get an immediate reward for their efforts.Many parents say that their children have less problems to complete their tasks (homework), if someone is in the room to supervise them. This could help the children to focus and reduce the risk of...


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attention deficit disorder - Hypoactivity and hyperactivity

A: Hypoactivity Versus hyperactivity attention deficit disorder comes in two forms: attention deficit hypoactive disorder and attention deficit hyperactive disorder. Both forms have similarities but there are differences between the two. First, let’s take a look at the hypoactive disorder. They hypoactive form are referred to as having ADD, or just attention deficit disorder. It is called a hypoactive disorder because...


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attention deficit disorder in Girls

A: Missing the Signs For many people, the typical image of a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is of a wildly hyperactive boy. This child is a problem at home and in the classroom. He is impossible to control in every setting. He's the kid who bites the Easter Bunny and climbs over and under the pews at church. He's loud. He's easily angered. His parents have been on a first name basis with the school principal since Kindergarten. While this image may be true for many children with ADHD, it is not the whole picture. The flaw in this description is two-fold. Not all boys with ADHD are hyperactive and not all children with ADHD are boys. Studies have shown...


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What are the Risk Behaviors Associated with attention deficit disorder?

A: Introduction The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) explains that as of 2006, doctors diagnosed 4.5 million people between the ages of 5 and 17 with attention deficit disorder. The University of Maryland Medical Center notes that the term “attention deficit disorder” (ADD) is used interchangeably with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the term used by the American Psychiatric Association in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental disorders, Fourth Edition Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR)....


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ADD(attention deficit disorder) support?

A: ADD is a total 100% fraud.. according to Fred Baughman Jr. MD. See http://www.adhdfraud.com for more information Suffers of attention deficit disorder (ADD) enjoy many hurdles to overcome on a each day basis. Typically, ADD behavioral problems will stop a sufferer’s ability to successfully interact contained by social situations. This can lead to problems surrounded by at home, in college, at work, or even in a romantic situation. The frustration that a sufferer can incur from the absence of control over their conduct can be emotionally exhaustive. A common ADD behavioral problem is the inability to focus on a chore. Many sufferers are easily distracted by things which other general public would consider periphery...


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attention deficit disorder and Women

A: attention deficit disorder (ADD), also known as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is a condition in which the person has problems of self-regulation behaving in a manner inappropriate to her age. Such people usually becomes distracted, unable to concentrate, and sometimes indulge in excessive physical activity. Living with ADD poses a challenge. The three major types of ADD are inattentive type, hyperactive or impulsive type, and a combination of those two types. Most adults with ADD, both male and female, have inattentive-type ADD. Most men with ADD, however, also exhibit symptoms of the hyperactive or...


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A Look at the Most Effective attention deficit Homeopathy Remedies

A: Why Homeopathy is a Good Alternative Treatment for attention deficit disorders If you are looking for some information on attention deficit homeopathy remedies, then you have come to the right place. Considered to be a physiological brain disorder with genetic causes (although some experts believe that there is no disorder here), children with ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorders get easily distracted and are often disruptive and aggressive. The disorder is usually treated with...


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ADHD or hyperactivity disorder

A: Dear Louise, Thanks for asking me your question.  I apologize for taking so long to respond to you.   I don"t know where you live so I can"t really compare how the education system might be where you are.  I also don"t know how your son compares to other boys his age.   It is true that it is said that these symptoms should present themselves in more than one environment, however, I think that tolerance makes a big difference and where one person sees challenges another might see zealousness.  It really is a matter of perspective.   I would say that if it is bothering you son, if his grades are not good and he does not seem happy about school then you need to do something.  Moving 4 times in such a short period of time could by itself cause...
 
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