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ADHD Treatment | ADHD Medication

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Hear from expert Tom Brown on the various ADHD treatment options for children -- from ADHD medication to behavioral therapy for ADHD. This array of ADHD treatment methods include options with and without drugs, as well as how the two can work together.
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Little Rooted Minds (2 месяца назад)
Nice overview video - need to add neurofeedback therapy as a third option - I have seen great success with this therapy for kids. There were some great analogies in this video as well - the Boston marathon and the eye glasses.
R Feyman (8 месяцев назад)
Spent my entire childhood being tested and it wasn't until I reached college that I found out that I had severe ADHD inattentive type. Ritalin has helped me greatly but it is so hard to get, so much disinformation. Doctors make me feel like a drug pusher for asking for my medication and I see others complaining about the exact same issues on many ADHD message boards.
Seven of NIne (5 месяцев назад)
R Feyman check #ITakeMyPills on twitter from people with adhd who take medication as well also check out youtube channel how to adhd. If your brain does not produce enough neurotransmitters store bought is fine no different the eyeglasses or insulin. You are very right about the misinformation amd stigma hang in there.
J.P. Womack (9 месяцев назад)
Psychiatric drugs have both short and long-term side effects which include loss of any emotions, and often death. Not a solution if you want your child to live.
bananian (1 месяц назад)
Um what..
Xpert_Destroyer 4 (3 месяца назад)
Diego B exacly
Diego Bert (3 месяца назад)
Don’t misinform people with your baseless claims. If you or someone you know had a hard time or reaction to psychiatric drugs it’s an isolated issue. It’s effective but it doesn’t solve anything. The real issue lies deeper and it’s a combination of medication, therapy, and other methods of treatments that work different for everyone. It’s about formulating your whole system to put yourself in the right environments. And guess what even with meds therapy and all that there will still be hard times. It never goes away. But learning how to cope, tame, and manage the symptoms. And most important love yourself for who you are. Find your strengths and apply them to the real work. Harness and suppress your weaknesses. The fight never ends, accept that we’re different and some people won’t care or won’t understand.
Xpert_Destroyer 4 (6 месяцев назад)
depends if you overdose or not
Dylan Tombides (10 месяцев назад)
Hope one can help me - I'm 23 and over the last 10 years I have struggled to focus when there's noise around me. I just can't concentrate if someone is talking or I hear sound (e.g. a TV or radio from another room). I know everyone suffers from stuff like this up to an extent but I suffer so much worse and it actually gets me incredibly worked up and frustrated. Even the smallest of noises is enough to disrupt my thinking and I "freeze" and completely forget what I was doing or saying. It seems to be getting worse with age as well. I researched ADD but not sure if that's what I have as I do not have hyperactivity or anything like that. Noise is the main problem for me but also visual distractions are also a problem (although to a lesser extent). For example when I try and read a website which has moving graphics (e.g. A flashing advert) I struggle to watch it. Or if I'm watching a movie with the family and I see someone in the family on their phone, biting their nails, picking their nose or whatever it puts me off watching the program even if it's just in the corner of my eye. At university this was a major problem and I went to see someone about learning difficulties and she couldn't diagnose it although found something probably unrelated (that I'm dyslexic). I was given Free equipment to help me study but I don't this is dyslexia (in fact I don't think I have dyslexia as I'm good with spelling, grammar and general English). At university I had to sit in the silent part of the library otherwise I simply could not work. And even up there the slightest bit of noise distracts me. I found myself listening to things like classical music or "concentration" videos to help me focus. When I sleep each night I YouTube things like "music to improve ADD" or "improve focus during sleep" etc. Could anyone help me with what this could be. I had learning support class (special ed) for a bit but I found this incessant for me as whatever I'm experiencing seems to be unique and not what the teachers know about. This severely affects me every day and causes a lot of stress. To give you an understanding, just in the LAST HOUR some tings that distract me including hearing the rain outside and the noise from the shower water hitting the floor. I also cannot multi task. If someone gets me doing 2 things (even something like talking while driving or crossing the road and talking to a friend at the same time) I struggle. I think the easiest way to describe what I experience is over stimulation to various stimuli (particularly auditory but also visually). My sense of hearing is incredibly strong and I seem to hear every external distraction when I'm trying to focus (even if the noise is very quiet and far away). When I'm often trying to focus on 2 things I become very clumsy and dopey. For example if I'm cooking and really focusing on something else in my head, I may drop the plate/bowl on the floor or spill my food or drink that I'm eating. My brother has Aspergers but I don't seem to have the symptoms he experiences. In fact he's almost the opposite to me in terms of personality, behaviour etc. I tend to also be 'slow' in certain things - sometimes it takes me a little longer to think things through but once I've understood it I've really fully understood it a lot more than your average joe. Sometimes I'm slow because I have more than one thing in my brain and I need to think about the first thing before I can think about the next (but this isn't always the case). Even though I tend to be slow I tend to have good analytical skills.
Seven of NIne (5 месяцев назад)
logic and reason I recomend you what this drs other video on adhd so you can learn about it and umderstand it i know its hard for someone with a neurotypical brain to picture what its like especially with so much information. But pls do not invalidate someone else's experience. Adhd its cause but low dopamine in the bain along with physical differences and behaviour is affected by the brain.
Seven of NIne (5 месяцев назад)
You could very well have adhd but i recommended you seek out a professional evaluation. In the meantime look up adhd and stratagies a great youtube channel is how to adhd sh shares information and stratagies for adults. I hope you find the answers yours looking for
logic and reason (7 месяцев назад)
it's not you it's your environment. It's not intended for us humans to live around such unnatural noises and atmospheres. It's called being a real human
Joshua Samuel (1 год назад)
ASMR can be a pretty effective treatment for me
Xpert_Destroyer 4 (6 месяцев назад)
its just uncomfortable for me i dont like to watch it at all
Tony Stencel (1 год назад)
Now, for us late in life folks...
Jixie Dye (11 месяцев назад)
I know how you feel. I wish I had known about my ADHD (and Autism) much younger in my life. Would have been so much easier.
feanorfeuergeist (1 год назад)
What exactly are the effects on the dopamin system of a developing brain , when given "large doses" over years and years every day compared to a brain thats not been drugged?
BenyAU (1 месяц назад)
As such, somebody with particular bad ADHD may be on a very large dose by the time they become an adult, a dosage that is very unsafe for a neurotypical brain, but one that allows THEM to function normally
BenyAU (1 месяц назад)
The drugs help dopamine production as I'm sure you know. People with ADHD have a deficiency in production of neurotransmitters like Dopamine. Giving them the drugs allows them to function more closely to a neurotypical brain. Over time some grow a resistance to it like all drugs, causing them to up their dosage to achieve the same effect.
Redemptionn 33 (1 год назад)
yeah just put a child on speed. Its not normal for them to be bored learning algebra
_uniqness _ (2 месяца назад)
Ignorant cunt
RealKeyyy (4 месяца назад)
I’ve seen a kid who had ADHD that was on medicine and he use to tell me to never take it. He was weirdest guy in class.
Dustin Bess (8 месяцев назад)
Redemptionn 33 shut up dumbass!..

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