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Avatar f tn I have been treated for ADHD with Vyvanse for almost two years now and have recently been diagnosed with a mood disorder. My doctor gave me a script for a mood stabilizer, but I want to do something more than just take pills. I need to actively do something more to help get my life on track. I can't just leave pills to be my sanity anchor. Any suggestions? Ps. I am really interested in meditation/chakra/yoga/reiki/etc.
Avatar n tn Get plenty of exercise and try yoga and meditation. Both Yoga and TM (meditation have been shown to reduce symptoms in recent studies. I would also get a coach or someone else to help keep you on track as much as possible. And try to enjoy the pregnancy and get rest...you will need it!!! "In conclusion, there are not enough data on use of stimulant medications in pregnancy to allow definitive conclusions about their reproductive safety.
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.
3197665 tn?1345206250 My 7 yr old has ADHD, PTSD, and adjustment disorder there may be another dianois but im waiting on paperwork from the hospital to know that. He is only meds. My question is a normal with a child with this many dianois to not follow direction or listen as much as he does? I know that this happens with all children but he gets in angery outburst with this to where i had to put him in hospital for his and everyone else safty.
Avatar m tn It does have a lot to do with a child who seems to have the symptoms, but does not have ADHD - just a profound lack of structure. One reason that for ADHD to be diagnosed, it has to be present in more then just the home setting. Hope this helps answer your question. If your parents happen to need some links to sites that have good suggestions on ways to help your little bro - you know where to find me. Best wishes.
Avatar f tn After persevering for two years with great difficulty, my new specialist has allowed CPAP discontinuation. Yoga meditation and deep breathing exercises, after deep tissue treatments, seem to be beneficial for de-stressing and exercise for the lungs. Have recently learned necessity to balance calcium(2) / magnesium(1). I am otherwise in good health, at 78. Am told there is no specific medication available. I see neurology forum report that electrolyte balance pertinent.
Avatar m tn For the past 30 years (I'm 53), my doctor had been treating me for "excessive daytime sleepiness" that was so bad that it was ruining my life; after a 2 night sleep/daytime nap study at a major university, the results were still "disorder or excessive sleepiness" or "similar to sleep-attack narcolepsy, but not REM-onset". No drug other than the stimulant ritalin helped, so I took that for almost 30 years and all was well.
574423 tn?1258658571 i was wondering if anyone has any advice on yoga poses? i'd like to start again, but i'm afraid of hurting myself more. are there any poses to stay away from? any that are beneficial? i see a neurosurgeon on monday, hopefully i'll remember to ask lol.
Avatar f tn Has anyone found that yoga really helps with their IBS-C symptoms, especially constipation and excessive bloating?
Avatar f tn Does yoga really help relieve IBS-C sypmtoms and bloating?
Avatar f tn im tring yoga, but after a couple days i am ready to quit from the pain. does it get better or should i quit.
Avatar n tn i want to ask that if [url=http://www.sivanandabahamas.org/yoga-terapy.htm]yoga therapy[/url] is the best way of losing weight.
1771159 tn?1314034720 -) can any1 recommend a good DVD?
Avatar f tn Is beginner yoga safe while pregnant? Or would I have to do yoga for pregnant women?
Avatar m tn practice activities that you used to do beforte pregnancy. if you were not practicing yoga careful of doing a really intense yoga, do it mildly. Check this study http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15865489 CONCLUSIONS: An integrated approach to yoga during pregnancy is safe. It improves birth weight, decreases preterm labor, and decreases IUGR either in isolation or associated with PIH, with no increased complications.
Avatar f tn Thanks! Do you all take regular yoga or prenatal ? I already joined a gym and they have yoga classes a few days a week but not prenatal yoga.
Avatar f tn Not a question but just a suggestion to all you ladies to try out prenatal yoga if you're having any back hip or leg problems. Its also great for general relaxation. I do it several nights a week...just got done doing 45 minutes and I feel so refreshed and relaxed. I no longer have any lower back or sciatica pain since I first started about a month ago!
Avatar f tn Has anyone done yoga throughout their pregnancy? Did you find it helpful?