Different Ways of ADHD child treatments
As a child
behavior problem the Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
ADHD is affecting most of the children. Though there exists many ADHD
child treatments, psychotherapy is the fundamental step for finding
out and providing treatment for any type of emotional or psychological
disorders. Nutritional and dietary ADHD child treatments depicts the
food culture that best suits for the ADHD child. Egg, sugar, oats, milk,
chocolate, corn and wheat are some of the common identified food allergens
specified in the ADHD child treatments. Among the ADHD child treatments
stimulants constitute the lions share. Ritalin is the most common
stimulant used for the treatment. Children of six years and above are
initiated with small doses and then it is gradually increased.
ADHD child treatments include a non-stimulant medication named Strattera. The Food and Drug Administration - FDA approves Strattera as a safer medication. There exists a high risk of abuse and addiction to the medication in the stimulant. So the non-stimulant Strattera will overcome the stimulants in this case. Psychotherapy, behavioral treatments also play a significant role in ADHD child treatments. Prozac, Zoloft and Paxil are extensively prescribed in second line in ADHD child treatments. Since stimulant medication is considered as the most effective medication there requires a deep study on the combination of psychotherapy, behavioral treatments and stimulant medications in order to attain the appropriate treatment.
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