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    Treatment Administered to Ones with Adhd has Different Approaches
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    abookercare posted:
    Of course there is no one form of treatment that is said to work better than the other. However, it is important to try different approaches for each individual facing challenges with Adhd, or any illness. Though some caregivers or parents may feel the best way would be to try the most natural approach as possible, the most efficient way for those who experience the illness is to first be assessed by a 'Professional health official' in order to make a health decision for a patient's long term progress, and prospective inclusion from the illness altogether.

    'The Key to living out a normal life for anyone who is ill is to first
    examine the cause, and then find the best solution that works best for the individual.'
    Angie, 01/4/11

    abookercare, Angie 01/4/11 1:28 p.m.http://www.examiner.com/x-25876-Atlanta-ADHD-Examiner
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    Boyzmomee responded:
    ADHD is generally not considered an "illness" but a condition with various symptoms.

    My son was assessed by a professional both a pediatric neurologist and a child psychiatrist.

    A developmental pediatrician is also a professional I would recommend in assessing and treating ADHD.


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