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What is the best medicine for adult attention deficit disorder

A: The best drugs for adult ADD is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, or SSRI, such as Prozac, Zoloft, or Lexapro. SSRIs have been helpful for many in treating their adult attention deficit disorders....
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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 in papers before they are due so you can make suggested revisions, offering...


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Can anyone tell me how to treat my Inattentive attention deficit Disorder without medication?

A: I take Vitamin B and Calcium-Magnesium to treat another issue that has some symptoms in common with ADD, and it has helped. Also chocolate and tea. You have a hard time attending to your attention deficit Disorder? @sliceswiththings Thanks, that''s easy enough to try. :) @SeventhSense Ummm, is that a serious question? Sorry, a little confused by your answer. When my son doesn''t have his Concerta, a coke full of caffeine helps. Perhaps one of the energy drinks would help, also. The caffeine apparently does a similar job to Ritalin. A friend of mine in college treated his without meds by studying for a while and then exercising. This site suggests a twenty-minute walk, although my friend would run for twenty minutes. An ADD co-worker used to...


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How to Find an attention deficit Disorder Coach

A: Dealing with attention deficit Disorder, or ADD, can be difficult to manage. Although certain medications can be prescribed by doctors, sometimes coaches, such as life coaches or ADD coaches, are sought to help those diagnosed accomplish goals and organize their lives. Finding the right fit for you or your loved one is a process that involves searching for, meeting with and connecting with a suitable coach....


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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 disturbances. For this diagnosis to be assigned, the disorder must first be expressed...


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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 on your specific condition...


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Is there a link between television and attention deficit disorder in children?

A: According to some, yes: http://www.whitedot.org/issue/iss_story.asp?slug=ADHD%20Toddlers . But, I would also put money on a correlation between the amount of prescription drugs available for ADD and diagnoses of ADD. I never even heard of ADD when I was a child, they just called it “being a child”, and I had tv as a child (I''m not THAT old). But nowadays it seems there has to be a name for everything. Everything is a disorder nowadays. I actually saw an article in the newspaper detailing how a guy was being defended on murder charges due to a narcisstic disorder. I mean please people. Take a little responsiblity for yourself here. But, I digress… I think that television is one of the few things that can help an ADHD patient focus. The compulson to watch TV is an attempt...


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Do I have attention deficit Disorder?

A: I have ADHD and was diagnosed in the first grade. The memory thing is definately not unrelated, in fact that is a symptom. Along with your focusing issues and fidgeting. Do you have anger problems? Or are you easily angered, moreso than your peers seem to be? It''s 5:30 AM here, since time is being mentioned. But I''m not up due to focus issues or a project to do. I''ve actually been out all night, haha. hobbes! oh no! if you do, i think i do too. i''m also awake right now (it''s only 4:20 here, ha ha ha, like there''s a difference) for the same reason. i identified with a lot of the things you said. i don''t shred napkins (my mom used to grab my hands when i figited with them) but i do tap my feet a lot. i used to try to keep that under control, but after i read that it helps you stay...


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What are signs, of adult attention deficit disorder?

A: Well, first of all... Wait a minute... Okay, er uh, What was the question? my wife has adult ADD.........she''s always leaving lights on around the house, exhaust fans on in the bathroom, she''ll start to unload the dishwasher but never finish, can''t sit thru a movie, can''t sit thru church, won''t take a list to the grocery store, cleans the house and then immediately leaves stuff laying around. well the sig less attention span.wandering mind,cant concentrate.Focusing on one thing is a difficult task. ha ha ha ha ha...better make that the best answer! COME ON GIRL! SNAP OUT OF IT!! YOUR TOOO YOUNG~~~ the most common sign is wh... huh? did you say something? Ah look a sparrow You can find it here on this research site If you fidget a lot or have trouble finishing...


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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 • attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder...


 
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