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Re: Controversial Treatments for Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disord

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Originally Posted by ccom5100 View Post
There are many conditions that mimic adhd. That could be why it is widely believed that adhd is over-diagnosed. How many of us are treating our kids for adhd, when they really have something else going on? It could be good thing to reserach and try other modes of treatment rather than just relying on the adhd diagnosis and usual treatment with stimulants.

I agree with investigating all options my main point was that while symptoms can be reduced and managed adhd doesn't go away. Stimulants as well as supplements (and diet too ) are both effective and neither should be looked down upon.
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