ADHD: Methylphenidate (Ritalin etc.) is safe and effective for 99% of all people

Great news! In a 2018 review by Storebø et al. it was proven that Methylphenidate was safe and effetive for more than 92.7% of the 2,207.751 participants in their review of 260 studies. The review also showed that 99% did not have any serious adverse events (serious side effects), and 98,8% did not withdraw from using Methylphenidate due to any serious adverse events, and 92.7% did not withdraw from any adverse events.

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ADHD: 5x højere risiko for fængselsstraf

At have en nedsat hæmningskontrol medfører ikke blot fysisk hyperaktiv/impulsiv adfærd og letafledelighed. Et overset symptom ved ADHD er den Emotionelle Dysfunktion som følger med ADHD. Vi kigger nærmere på hvorfor personer med ADHD har 5x højere risiko for at begå kriminalitet der ender i en fængselsstraf.

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ADHD: Acceptance, WISC-IV and understanding what it all means.

As a part of the diagnostic process, it is required to make both observations (subjective measures) and testing (objective measures), as well as examine the various contexts, that the person being diagnosed, is in regular contact with.

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ADHD: Can Aphantasia supercharge your gut feeling?

Having no Mind’s Eye, also known as Aphantasia, I have to rely heavily on my intuition instead. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, intuition is ‘‘the ability to understand or know something immediately, without conscious reasoning.’’, most of us call that – gut feeling. I don’t know about you, but hey that sounds pretty much like me, when I’m off my meds … Is there a connection …

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ADHD: I told you so, it’s genetics, not bad parenting!

The world’s largest and most comprehensive study on the origins of ADHD concludes, that 12 different and distinct loci are directly linked to ADHD, making it undeniable … It’s genetics, not bad parenting!

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