7 Foods to Avoid If Your Child Has ADHD

7 Foods to Avoid If Your Child Has ADHD

Certain foods can make your child’s ADHD symptoms worse. Here’s what you need to know to create a better ADHD diet For years, doctors have speculated that certain foods may have something to do with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. Much research has been done on the subject of a helpful diet for ADHD, but according to the Mayo Clinic, experts don’t believe that foods actually cause ADHD. What some foods seem to do, however, is worsen ADHD symptoms or cause…

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Cannabis ‘Scrips to Calm Kids?

Cannabis ‘Scrips to Calm Kids?

WASHINGTON –  As a California pediatrician and 49-year-old mother of two teenage daughters, Claudia Jensen says pot might prove to be the preferred medical treatment for attention deficit disorder (search) — even in adolescent “Why would anyone want to give their child an expensive pill … with unacceptable side effects, when he or she could just go into the backyard, pick a few leaves off a plant and make tea for him or her instead?” Jensen asked…

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Groundbreaking Medical Study Reveals Cannabis Treats ADHD Better Than Ritalin

Groundbreaking Medical Study Reveals Cannabis Treats ADHD Better Than Ritalin

A groundbreaking new medical study may have determined that cannabis treats ADHD symptoms better than conventional medicines, like Ritalin and Adderall. A small sample of 30 patients with ADHD took part in a study to demonstrate the ways in which cannabis treatments can affect their symptoms. These patients said they were having limited success with Ritalin and Adderall. After their cannabis treatment, all 30 patients reported a significant improvement in their concentration levels and their…

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State Approves Use Of Medical Marijuana For Treatment Of Autism, 10 Other Debilitating Conditions

State Approves Use Of Medical Marijuana For Treatment Of Autism, 10 Other Debilitating Conditions

The State of Michigan adds autism and 10 other debilitating medical conditions on the list of diseases qualified for medical marijuana treatment. Shelly Edgerton, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs director, said that the update is in conjunction with the conditions set forth in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act of 2008. Please share it.thanks “With the changes in state law to include marihuana-infused products, and the advancement of marihuana research, and upon the recommendation of the…

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As an Asperger handles unexpected visits?

As an Asperger handles unexpected visits?

All people have had that surprise to receive unannounced visits at home at some point in your life. And for an Asperger how is it that ?. In this article we will deal with this issue which is something that usually “bother” many individuals who suffer from Asperger syndrome. This discomfort with the “unexpected” can be explained because of people who “suffer” with Asperger’s do not like to be “surprised” and prefer to always be…

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As an Asperger deals with forgetting?

As an Asperger deals with forgetting?

Today we will bring back a very curious matter to be discussed, which will be the reaction of an Asperger person to have to deal with forgetting? Forgetting to do something is a boring thing in anyone’s life, but what about people who have Asperger in their lives, will be that this is even worse? Before we sequence in the text, we must remember that nowadays Asperger syndrome is classified as the lightest degree of…

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What does an Asperger be happy?

What does an Asperger be happy?

Today’s article is about a very curious subject, which is not much treated there. What is it necessary for a person who has Asperger’s in your life, be happy? We will try to clarify this question in this article, but as usual we need to remember that Asperger today is classified as being the slightest degree of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Its main characteristic is the fact that these individuals have difficulties to interact with…

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What Is The Importance of an Asperger’s have a job?

What Is The Importance of an Asperger’s have a job?

Does having a job, make a difference in the life of an Asperger? Today I will narrate the article in the first person, as the treated subject requires some practical examples and thus, will be based in my own story to try to make my opinion clear on the subject. As you know good of the people who frequent this blog, a person who has Asperger Syndrome in your life, tends to have difficulty relating…

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9 Sleep Tips for Kids with Aspergers and Autism

9 Sleep Tips for Kids with Aspergers and Autism

Autism and sleep is a hot topic in the special needs community. In fact, I once read that more than 50% of children with autism struggle with sleep disturbances of some kind. MORE THAN 50%! And since sleep deprivation can lead to learning problems, hyperactivity, inability to concentrate, and aggressive behavior, it can feel like a cruel joke that autism and sleep problems go hand-in-hand. Autism and sleep patterns Most families with small children experience some form…

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Asperger’s syndrome: How ‘Aspie’ diagnosis slipped past world expert Tony Attwood

Asperger’s syndrome: How ‘Aspie’ diagnosis slipped past world expert Tony Attwood

That’s the question that Professor Tony Attwood still mulls over and deeply regrets. The clinical psychologist is recognised as a leading authority in the diagnosis and management of Asperger’s syndrome. But all his skills and research couldn’t help his son Will. It was only when the 35-year-old ended up with an overwhelming drug addiction and in jail for burglary that Professor Attwood had a sudden insight. While watching family videos of himself and Will as…

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