Madison ADD/ADHD Help: Will My Child “Outgrow” ADHD?

As a parent with a child who has ADHD, the biggest immediate concern is typically symptom alleviation. You want your child to stop struggling with behavioral problems that interfere with schoolwork and their education, their ability to socialize and have fun, and that cause stress and strain in her home life. Managing symptoms is an…

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Madison ADD/ADHD Help: Why ADHD Should Never Be Ignored

ADHD is a growing problem in children. It can greatly affect a child’s life, if symptoms are left unmanaged. Studies are now showing that children diagnosed with ADHD are more likely than children without ADHD to have learning disabilities.  Researchers are finding that ADHD can be connected with other disorders including conduct disorder, anxiety, depression, speech problems, autism,hearing problems, epilepsyor…

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Madison ADD/ADHD Help: What Are The Characteristics Of ADHD In Adults?

When you think of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, you typically picture the hyperactive child that can’t sit still and disrupts their classroom. However, did you know that ADHD actually affects many adults as well? It’s estimated that around 5% of adults in the U.S. suffer from ADHD. Unfortunately, many are not diagnosed or…

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Madison ADD/ADHD Help: Safe Ways to Manage ADHD

ADHD can be frustrating for patients because it makes day-to-day life seem difficult and overwhelming. It affects both adults and children and if it’s not properly managed, ADHD can lead to more serious concerns like low self-esteem, depression, and even substance abuse or addiction. It’s also discouraging to hear that your only treatment option is…

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Madison ADD/ADHD Help: Safe and Natural Care For ADHD

Adults and children diagnosed with ADHD often rely on one or more medications to manage symptoms. Stimulants and anti-depressants may seem to help with hyperactivity, forgetfulness and difficulties with concentration as well as other traits associated with ADHD. Yet unfortunately, they’re not the safest option.  Because they are used to manage symptoms without addressing the…

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Madison ADD/ADHD Help: Parenting Tips For Helping Your Child With ADD

If you’re a parent looking for ways to help your child with ADD or ADHD, consider consulting with a functional neurologist.If you’ve suspected there’s more that can be done than what you’ve been told, it’s likely you’re right. Today, standard medical care typically addresses ADD/ADHD through drug therapy and talk therapy, or a combination of both.…

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Madison ADHD/ADD Help: 5 Important Facts About ADHD

If you’re seeking support for yourself, your child or another loved one for ADHD, it’s likely you’ll run into quite a few myths and misconceptions. This is especially true if you’re researching natural ADHD solutions. Here are five important facts you should know about ADHD that can guide you in making all-important decisions about care.…

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Madison ADD/ADHD Help: Is There Drug-Free Care For ADHD?

If you or a loved one suffers from ADHD you understand how challenging it can be to manage day-to-day life. You have trouble staying organized, focusing and concentrating on tasks, being on time, and managing personal relationships. You also understand the lack of options for care that are available for you in traditional medicine. Typically…

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Madison ADD/ADHD Help: How You Can Overcome The Challenges Of ADD/ADHD

Managing ADHD or ADD can seem overwhelming and with good reason. These conditions involve symptoms that can be extremely disruptive: hyperactivity, impulsivity, forgetfulness, an inability to get or stay organized and difficulty completing tasks can take a heavy toll on day-to-day life. Adults and children with ADD/ADHD often struggle with relationships and may feel isolated…

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Madison ADD/ADHD Help: How To Manage Complications From ADHD

ADHD can make every day life feel frustrating and overwhelming. For children it can be hard to concentrate in school and many kids get into trouble because of behavior issues. It can be challenging to participate in extra-curricular activities and maintain friendships when you’re dealing with ADHD. It can also result in low self-esteem, depression…

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