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New ADHD Medication Rules: Brain Science &…
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New ADHD Medication Rules: Brain Science & Common Sense

by Charles Parker

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New ADHD medication rules deals with the over-medication, missed diagnoses and imbalanced medical treatments used today in the treatment of ADHD. Dr. Parker shows where and how these imbalances occur, provides the data and explanations for why treatment is often incorrect, and then simplifies and explains insightful methods for dealing with ADHD medications, both for medical practitioners and parents of kids and adults with ADHD. Rules is based upon the latest brain science, and includes a variety of associated treatment topics that address the real complexity of ADHD medical management. The variables that effect medication effectiveness range from sleep, to breakfast, to biomedical interferences that can dramatically change the way medications burn the body. Without Rules the possibility of missing potentially dangerous drug interactions and associated diagnostic challenges, such as depression and anxiety, adds to the greater possibility of treatment failure.… (more)

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