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Many young girls and women have a subtype called predominantly inattentive ADHD. They may seem flighty or spacy but are not hyperactive. This might not raise a red flag with teachers or parents. As a result, girls often go without treatment until they reach adulthood. The use of ADHD medication among women ages 26 to 34 has risen 85% in just 5 years!
Tomorrow we will look at why girls are frequently overlooked for treatment.
If it’s a dream of yours that your child might be able to avoid taking medically prescribed drugs for ADD or ADHD, all we can tell you is that help may be on its way. It will end up being YOU and not Big Pharma that comes to your child’s rescue.
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ADHD medications have had questionable long term safety tests. Each drug was tested on an average of 75 patients before getting FDA approval. The average length of each trial was only 4 weeks. These medications are prescribed to children for years and not weeks. Therefore one can conclude that the drug approval process for ADHD medications as far as long term safety was concerned was severely lacking. Long term safety was in fact not officially determined at the time they were initially deemed safe.
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Tomorrow ADHD SHOCKER!! You will not want to miss this.
If your child has sleep issues due to ADHD and the other sleep suggestions from yesterday do not work, there is another option. Students may benefit from the hormone supplement melatonin to induce drowsiness. Melatonin is produced naturally in the brain as the sun goes down, signaling that bedtime is coming within a few hours.
The theory is that taking this supplement may help people with true insomnia fall asleep. If this is something you are hesitant about trying just yet, you could also consider a simple option of switching your child’s old purple mattress (or whatever the mattress) to something brand new and high quality. This should improve their comfort level and allow them to get a comfortable night’s sleep. Ask your doctor before trying this option and only use it as a last resort.
As more kids are diagnosed with ADHD, parents need to deal with their student’s major sleep problems. Prescription stimulants to treat ADHD have contributed to sleep problems in children. Sleeplessness is a common side effect that often occurs either from the drugs themselves or as the drugs wear off at night, which triggers more hyperactivity.
Tomorrow we will look at some ways to help children with ADHD treat their sleep problems.
There is potentially new hope for those with autism and Asperger’s. Researchers are now studying an old drug called rapamycin in clinical trials for a rare genetic condition called tuberous sclerosis complex. This study is drawing attention because the disease often leads to autism. Some have been reported mental advances and dramatic gains from this drug trial.
Check back tomorrow for more on the tuberous sclerosis – autism/Asperger’s connection.
There are other options for keeping ADD, ADHD and DYSLEXIA under control without side effects that often accompany a Big Pharma prescription. Like physicians, Big Pharma should take the same oath before dealing out major side effects to children: Primum non nocere. It means, “First do no harm.”
Although medication can be helpful in some children, drug-free treatments exist and should be explored first. Y3K Tutor In Your Home offers remedies that can give relief without dangerous side effects.
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It is important that your child receive treatment if diagnosed with strep throat. Treatment with antibiotics usually can prevent rheumatic fever. Although it is rare, some children with strep develop rheumatic fever, which causes abnormality of the heart valves and inflammation of the joints. Treatment also will prevent other rare, but possibly serious complications from a strep infection. Also if your child is not treated, or not treated long enough, they may continue to spread the infection to other members of your family and to other children.
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