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ADHD-Brain - People throughout history have had what is now considered an ADHD Brain, most of whom did not have the benefit of a specific means of diagnosis or treatment.

  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/what-is-adhd.html What is ADHD? - Just What is ADHD? When first confronted with a friend or family member who has been told they may have ADHD this is the first question that comes to mind.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-predominantly-inattentive.html ADHD Predominantly Inattentive - When you say ADHD predominantly Inattentive it is important to review the history of ADHD, its nomenclature, and how this term relates to the other subtypes.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/dsm-iv-adhd.html DSM IV ADHD - DSM stands for Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders was first produced in 1952. In May of 2013 the APA published its latest version the DSM V.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/history-of-adhd.html History of ADHD - The history of ADHD is fascinating - Cases where the symptoms now known as ADHD were described by physicians as early as Hippocrates 350 BC.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-clinical-trials.html ADHD Clinical Trials - ADHD clinical trials play an important role in defining the symptoms, the best treatment, appropriate therapy, the possible consequences of untreated ADHD.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/causes-of-adhd.html Causes of ADHD - There are many factors that relate to the cause which means that each ADHD case is different. Determining the causes and subsequently completely curing the condition is not an exact science.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/causes-effects-of-adhd.html Causes Effects of ADHD - No one has been able to put their finger on the exact causes effects of ADHD symptoms. In most cases it is believed to be inherited and linked to genetics. However, there are other potential causes.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/do-i-have-adhd.html Do I Have ADHD? - : Do I have ADHD? There must be a reason why you are asking that question. Are you experiencing symptoms that relate to inattention?
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-test.html ADHD Test - There is no test that can diagnose ADHD. Testing for ADHD must be done in conjunction with a complete history, to rule out the many other possible causes of the symptoms that are a concern.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-cure.html ADHD Cure - Finding an ADHD cure is on many peoples wish list. View any claim that states they have a 100% ADHD cure with their product or book with a degree of skepticism.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-drugs.html ADHD Drugs - ADHD drugs are often an important part of treatment of ADHD symptoms. These drugs are able to demonstrate dramatic improvement in the common symptoms of ADHD.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-medications.html ADHD Medications - ADHD medications can be very effective in controlling the symptoms. Most medications approved for use in ADHD are stimulants. There are also several non-stimulant medications approved for use.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-natural-treatment.html ADHD Natural Treatment - An ADHD natural treatment method presents a symptom management program which does not consist of synthetic medications such as Ritalin or Adderall.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-treatments.html ADHD Treatments - Like treatments for many mental illnesses, ADHD treatments can include a wide variety of therapies. Many people do best with medication, while others benefit from alternative therapies.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-in-adults.html ADHD in Adults - ADHD is no longer considered a disorder that only effects children. Research continues to improve knowledge of ADHD and its presence in adults.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-in-children.html ADHD in Children - ADHD in children is a medical term used to describe a condition where the sufferer has a very short attention span and is easily distracted and restless.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/adhd-and.html ADHD and... - ADHD and symptoms of other illness can be seen in the same person at the same time, whether autism, bipolar or depression.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/coping-with-adhd.html Coping With ADHD - Coping with ADHD offers hope for any adult, child or parent who has to deal with the day to day frustrations of having this disorder.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/famous-people-with-adhd.html Famous People with ADHD - Knowing there are many famous people with ADHD should serve as a big encouragement for you or a loved one who might also have ADHD.
  • http://www.adhd-brain.com/assistive-technology-for-adhd.html Assistive Technology for ADHD - Assistive technology for ADHD means any technology (software, hardware or device) that assists individuals with ADHD to initiate, complete, or even remember to get done, those tasks in life

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  • reddog - unhappy

    I thought i would try a cheaper brand & that's exactly what i got,after buying and downloading this product my computer slowed to a crawl plus their popups are all the place,couldn't reach anyone for help when i finally did after about a week,all they said was i should buy a more expensive upgrade,are you kidding me,they actually think i would do that. in my opinion this product is total crap.i am going back too the product i had before that works & return this one. VERY UNHAPPY!! p/s it's not amazons fault.amazon has always been great.

  • Love to Shop Online - Pediasure good but costly

    Pediasure was prescribed by pediatrician for a toddler who is a picky eater. It is expensive to give two bottles a day and I only wish you could find it on sale occasionally in the stores.

  • Kathleen - Perfect walking stick for anyone that loves hiking

    I received this product in exchange for a honest review. I love to go hiking and camping. There are times when the hills and trek is very steep and rocky. I was wanting something to help me get through the terrain so I could keep hiking longer. This was the perfect walking stick for the job. I love that it is compact and can be put away for easy storage. When I'm not hiking or anything I can put it away and the stick is not in the way or I'm not having to find a place to put it. It easily fits in my car or my bag when I'm on the go. This is the perfect stick for anyone because it also is adjustable for any height. I love this walking stick!!!

  • luv_4_beagles - Kaplan NCLEX-RN 2012-2013

    This book is great when you have gotten through 4th block, and you need to review for the NCLEX. This is not a good book to study for any of your nursing school exams. There is a very large section in this book with strategies for taking the NCLEX exam. Most of the sections in the book are not broken down by systems, so it can be confusing and difficult to find something you are looking for. The rationales are very basic, if not incomplete. There are more than enough questions with a broad range of topics for a good review for the NCLEX. Stick with Saunders, Davis, HESI, etc. if you want something to use as a learning tool for tests during nursing school with more complete rationales. Good Luck! By the way, I am in Block 3...passing so far!

  • Sally - Hallmark Card Studio 2011 is the worst card program I've ever purchased.

    I used American Greetings CreateaCard programs for years and found them easy to use and reliable. They weren't compatible any more with my version of Windows, so I bought Hallmark Card Studio 2011. I like to create my own cards and use a lot of my personal photos and clip art. This is the most difficult and time consuming program I have ever used. Text takes forever to pick the font and font size. The program is very quirky. I hate everything about it. Now, all of my saved projects have been deleted and not by me.

  • Fred S. Judkins II - Earbud Great -- Earclip Not so much

    The earbud itself works very well, but the clips that hold it to your ear are quite fragile, lasting only about a week. I went though the entire set and contacted the company. They promised to send more, BUT that never happened. I found some clips that fit around the base and stay in place with a lite hot glue and lasts> 2 months. (They are designed for another product) . I also found that if you pull your shirt over your head you may pull the earbud out. Lastly if you are carrying your earbud put it the carry case. It is too easy to lose otherwise (I lost one). The stereo earbud extension makes great listening, even though I seldom use it. If it were not for the earclip which IMHO rates a zero start, I would be giving a 5 start rating. The call quality is the best I have had.