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342425 tn?1241379464 The ADHD brain uses so many different little pieces of the brain to do tasks that non ADHD brains use one large piece to do. So, to a non expert it may appear that the brain funtion is abnormal but it is perfectly normal for an ADHD brain. Sugar plays NO role in hyperactivity unless a child, or adult, has a sensitivity to it. Ther eis absolutely no research evidence to support that theory.
1243818 tn?1270399452 I know something is wrong. I fear making a mistake. Why am I so disorganized in my brain? I fear getting fired constantly. I wonder about ssi, disability, which will give me a fraction of the income. I don't have anyone to confide in. I hate going to work betw. the serpents and the lack or prioritization, enough time, pt satisfaction, etc.
937868 tn?1570328281 Hello, i have a 11 year old son who was diagnosted with ADD/ADHD inattenntive type. I would like to know if is any ther way to help my son to get over this without more medication. I would like to find a more natural way to deal with this and stop giving Him more meds, im scare and worry about the effects that those meds will have in his brain in a long term. Please if you have any advise or coment please feel free to answer my post.thanks.
Avatar f tn What I have read about these EEGs is that they can identify waves of brain activity that are other than normal but they do not specify what is causing the brain activity. The problem with ADHD is that other disorders cause similar brain patterns. This is the same problem sith the Quotient ADHD test that has been advertised. More about that is here: http://primarilyinattentiveadd.com. Good Luck!
Avatar n tn has anyone on here considered that maybe patm is related to a brain problem?
Avatar f tn I cant find anything on the web that has to do with brain function in gastroschisis children. I believe my son is ADHD. Could this be a factor of gastroschisis? Could him being born with gastroschisis cause him to be ADHD or have other Brain functioning problems? Or was it all the IV meds giving to him during his first month of life? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/886742'>Re: Gastroschisis</a>.
944223 tn?1245869858 Dear men and women.I am a 27 year old male diagnosed with ADHD twice at two different hospitals. I went to hospitals because I knew I had some issue when I would lash out at people due to my impatientness among other things I knew really weren't me. I waited awhile because I wasnt sure if it was ptsd or not.But looking back, and having my Gifted/Talented teacher tell me i was the same in elementary, i knew it may have been add/adhd.
Avatar n tn I think the hyperactivity and impulsivity of ADHD is another specific type of brain dysfunction, that manifests itself in a lack of self control. I think children with ADHD are not able to pull themselves away from things that they want to do as easily as others, and this is what causes them to be hyperactive, and impulsive-- its sort of a defect in the ability to do what is expected, vs what they want to do.
521840 tn?1348840771 This is a significant number of people, particularly when you consider that ADHD runs in families. This rate would mean that ADHD among the most common mental health disorders in adults. The research suggests that more adults have ADHD than have schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and many other well known mental health problems (though depression remains more common). As Dr. Larry Silver so eloquently described it, ADHD is not just a learning disability; it is a ‘life disability.
1255530 tn?1269867619 Research has shown that behaviors related to ADHD, such as inattention and impulsiveness, may be controlled in this part of the brain. Learn more about INTUNIV.
Avatar f tn What can happen if adhd is left untreated and the individual goes threw serious family social and relationship problems that caused a near death experience what is the worst case scenario and what treatment should I try due to my age and multiple mental problems and I also had a brused brain and brain contusion I have no idea what that is can someone please help till I can get insurance and real help I just need answers after the coma and lack of treatment of adhd I neve saw any x-rays from my m
6658361 tn?1384717351 For adhd or add once the baby is born the father of my child's family has add in the bloodline
1211960 tn?1272974502 I also know that these medications can be neuro toxic meaning they can deplete your brain chemistry and fry your brain. I just have never heard of it dialating pupils.
1393879 tn?1288725449 The link is given below - Advanced imaging techniques have detected differences in the brains of ADHD children compared to those of non-ADHD children. In some studies, brain scans reveal that the right side of the brain is smaller in ADHD children than in non-ADHD children (ordinarily the right and left sides of the brain are the same size). The right side contains three important areas: the prefrontal cortex; the caudate nucleus; and globus pallidus.
Avatar m tn Children who are or have been on ADHD drugs have an increased risk of committing suicide.Even the American Psychiatric Association admits that suicide is the major adverse reaction of withdrawal from these drugs. Clarke reports that “symptoms usually peak within two to four days after withdrawal of the drugs although depression and irritability may persist for months. Suicide risk can persist for years.
Avatar f tn Jag har med stor chans ADHD. Ingen diagnos satt, men psykologen sa det. Var på NPF.mottagningen och fick resultaten på testerna. Gick bra och gick därifrån glad. Manga har tjurat idag och sårade mig lite, men annars okej. Spydde på kvällen.
Avatar f tn Jag har med stor chans ADHD. Ingen diagnos satt, men psykologen sa det. Var på NPF.mottagningen och fick resultaten på testerna. Gick bra och gick därifrån glad. Manga har tjurat idag och sårade mig lite, men annars okej. Spydde på kvällen.
5856747 tn?1403348682 Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. ADHD. Prevalence. Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder or ADHD is today largely accepted as a bona fide psychiatric or neurobehavioral disorder affecting some 5-7% of children and adolescents. The prevalence will depend on the diagnostic criteria used. It was once thought to be three times commoner in boys than in girls though not all studies support that figure. About 50% of ADHD children will carry the condition into adulthood.
Avatar m tn I am gathering resource material for www,attentiondeficithyperactivedisorder.
Avatar n tn My daughter was in an ATV accident at age 10. She was taken to a local ER, diagnosed with a concussion and sent home. We were advised the normal "close monitoring and warning signs". Over the period of the next two months she experienced a complete change in behavior and disposition. She has now been diagnosed with a long list of psychiatric diagnoses (oppositional-defiant disorder, OCD, ADHD, bipolar) and that's just to name a few.
Avatar f tn To answer your first question, brainwaves can be defined as the electrical operation of the brain. When the brain operates, the nerve cells of the brain send electrical impulses, which causes quick voltage fluctuations in the brain. This occurs in various parts of the brain and there even varying frequencies that these occur in. The varying frequencies correspond with the certain mental states that occur in the brain as well.