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    helping ADHD symptons with no Meds..
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    cholelira posted:
    My son has been officially diagnosed with ADHD and was medicated in 2nd grade now he is in 5th grade and I want to get him off his Medicine. He has been off several "stimulant" like Ritalin, Concerta, Madadate. but when not on medicine struggles to stay on task but he hate how he feel and I don't like seeing him on meds. Any Suggestions on what can help him even me once he no longer takes meds.
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