Tag Archives: ADHD

Suicide In The Children’s Room

The majority of children who commit suicide are male and they commit suicide at home. Be that as it may, one third of children make utterances about this intention beforehand. Warning signs include depression, and attention deficit disorder as well. more...

Article by Christine Amrhein

ADHD Rarely Lives Alone

Adults with ADHD often have other conditions as well. For more than 80 percent of these patients another psychiatric condition is present. These comorbidities make it difficult to treat the patient properly. What do psychiatrists, neurologists and psychologists advise? more...

ADHD: Behaviour therapy for mum & dad

In the treatment of ADHD, a multimodal approach is suitable, but drug therapy is increasingly coming under criticism. For this reason behavioural interventions and parent training are increasingly becoming the focus. What do they really do though? more...

Article by Dunja Voos

Methylphenidate: Chaos in the cortex

Methylphenidate in actuality is supposed to help people with ADHD to manage their daily lives. Yet more and more young people swallow the medication with the aim of improving their performance in school and university. This can have fatal consequences, as a recent more...

Article by Sonja Schmitzer

ADHD seldom comes alone

Oppositional behaviour problems are a known side effect of ADHD. Other mental disorders such as tics, anxiety and personality disorders in children with ADHD are more common than in children without it, researchers have now shown. more...

Article by Dunja Voos

Adult ADHD: Pippi is growing up

Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), a problem of  Fidgety Philip or Pippi Longstocking? For some time now psychiatrists have classified this ailment as an illness of children. Help is also needed by adult patients, yet it does not always need to be more...

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