Behavioural therapy combined with stimulants is more effective and tolerable than other treatments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a recently published review and network meta-analysis of 190 randomized trials. The review did not find evidence to support cognitive training, neurofeedback, antidepressants, antipsychotics, dietary therapy, fatty acids, and other complementary and alternative medicine.
Do you struggle to keep your house clutter free, especially after all the gifts from Santa? Read these tips on organizing for moms with ADHD.
Great article for a Friday from the Washington Post this week on ADHD and dating, what’s your experience (if you can remember!)?
Every relationship has its questions of timing: When should you allow your date to pick up the cheque? How early is too early to tell him you have ADHD?
That last one isn’t a question for every new relationship. But it is for mine. The answer is usually: when something goes wrong.
Never underestimate the power of loving, dedicated parents to change the health system…..
A report from the UK that looks at ADHD and its impact and what must be done to achieve equity for these particularly vulnerable children, so they might be able to reach their exceptional potential as they progress into adulthood.
The mother of a young woman who was told by a teacher that her ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) was a “disease” wants to see more educational supports put in place for pupils with the condition.
Kate Gaynor, from Enniskillen, also wants health authorities to avoid young people becoming “lost in transition” from child and adolescent mental health services to adult services.
Her daughter Sarah was diagnosed with ADD when she was 14 years old.