Category Archives: ADHD

Sleep And Anxiety Treatment Is Helping Children Cope With ADHD, New Studies Suggest

Children with ADHD often have sleep and anxiety disorders flying under the radar, and new studies are revealing treatment for these conditions can improve ADHD symptoms in children too. More than 300,000 young Australians have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) … Continue reading

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ADHD Research Update: September 2016

Three new studies in children with ADHD reveal an association with seizures, the benefits of after-school exercise, and brain changes linked to treatment. 1. Seizure association Early identification of ADHD symptoms is essential in patients with epilepsy and febrile seizures … Continue reading

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ADHD Medication Addiction Is Turning People To Crystal Meth

Individuals suffering from ADHD are rapidly becoming addicted to their prescription drugs and turning to substitutes like crystal meth. An investigative report by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and MedPage Today shows abuse of ADHD drugs is on the rise. Over … Continue reading

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Health Professionals Recommend Micronutrient Treatment for ADHD, Mental Health

Micronutrients are quickly becoming recognized worldwide as an effective alternative treatment for ADHD, including other mental health conditions often accompanying ADHD, such as mood and anxiety disorders. “It could actually be a game-changer in terms of where we go forward … Continue reading

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Society failing to recognise creativity associated with ADHD

Society risks losing the benefits of lateral thinking and creativity due to lack of support for and understanding of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a new study has shown. The research into the experiences of adults with ADHD, published today … Continue reading

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ADHD interventions ‘more useful than drug regimes alone’

Child health experts have called for greater focus on ADHD interventions capable of changing young lives, not just drugs in isolation, amid concerns troubled kids and daydreamers are being given unnecessary treatment. Dr Small cautioned that a ­proper ADHD diagnosis … Continue reading

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Must remove BPA from grocery shelves – A testimonial about being BPA free

Let us look at a BPA free life testimonial —– Originally designed as synthetic estrogen, BPA ended up in plastics and is now one of the most widely used chemicals in the world. Among other uses, it’s in the lining … Continue reading

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ADHD Market to Reach $13.9 Billion by 2024

The market for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) across the seven major markets of the US, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, and Japan, is set to experience an increase from approximately $6.1 billion in 2014 to $13.9 billion by … Continue reading

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3 Tips Help Parents of Kids with ADHD

USA Medical provides useful information to parents of children with ADHD to help navigate another school year. It has been reported that more than 1 in 10 children between 4-17 years old are diagnosed with this disorder, and the numbers … Continue reading

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More than 1 in 7 American kids diagnosed with ADHD

More than one in seven American kids gets diagnosed with ADHD. Alan Schwarz, author of the book “ADHD Nation” joins CBSN with more on the history of the disorder and its current role. Watch the video below.. http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/more-than-1-in-7-american-kids-diagnosed-with-adhd/

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