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Adderall: A Combination of Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine - ... Extended release comes in 5 mg, 10 mg, 15 mg, 20 mg, 25 mg, or 30 mg capsules. Extended release is taken only once a day, in the morning. While it should be taken whole, extended release capsule can be broken and the inside contents can be mixed with applesauce. When using this method, the applesauce must be swallowed whole, without being chewed. This will allow all of the Adderall to be ingested and the effects to be highest. The second method of taking Adderall is by snorting it. This is most common in people who are abusers of the drug or who don’t have a prescription for it....   [tags: stimulant drugs] 695 words
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Adderall: Mircle or Curse Drug - ... Students who were prescribed Adderall sometimes end up giving or selling the drug to their friends. In the article, College Adderall Boom has Unintended side effects, by Dan Reimold, contained information on a student from UC Davis who admitted to selling Adderall. She said that “Over the course of the quarter, I average around $200 a week, mostly from students taking midterms or writing papers. But once finals week rolls around, I’m usually pulling in around $1,200 the last two weeks of the quarter” (Reimold)....   [tags: cognitive enhancement stimulant, ADD] 1766 words
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Effects of Adderall on Learning - ... It was first approved by the FDA in 1996 and its effects resemble those of dopamine on the brain. Adderall is considered a Schedule II Drug by the Controlled Substance Act, which found it to have a strong potential to be abused, is currently used in treatment in the United States or is a medication with numerous restrictions, and its abuse can cause strong dependence both physically and psychologically on it (Rigney, 2012, p.1043-1044). Students, especially those in college, have found the demands and stress strong enough to resort to abusing Adderall for its benefits....   [tags: unprescribed abuse of drugs for ADD]
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Analysing the Adderall Outbreak - Whether it be intense studying for a final or staying up all night to finish a paper that was assigned three weeks ago, some college students’ turn to study enhancing drugs such as Adderall for help. Due to Adderall being a study enhancing drug, many of these college students only focus on the fact that it could help them with their school work. They fail to consider that the non-medical use of Adderall could lead to increased heart rate, dependency on the drug, cardiac arrest, and in some cases legal consequences....   [tags: study enhancing drugs]
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Adderall Addiction - Finals week remains a stressful time for college students. A student may have three to five tests in a matter of four days. However, these tests, unlike most, can be worth up to twenty percent of a semester grade. That is a great amount of pressure on a student. With about six hours of sleep a night, eighteen hours of study never seems like enough. Then again, there may be a solution that allows the student to focus on the study so eighteen hours is enough. Better yet, maybe sleep is unnecessary....   [tags: Medical Research]
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Adderall and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder - ... Adderall however, has been one of the most popular drugs prescribed to ADHD patients. Adderall is an FDA approved drug concocted mixture of various drugs including amphetamine and dextroamphetamine. There are two types of adderall in the market, the regular and the XR, which is extended release. The half-life of the medication refers to how long it takes for the drug to be cleared from the bloodstream. Generally speaking with the two types of adderall, regular adderall has a half-life of 4-6 hours, meaning it is eradicated from the body within 60 hours....   [tags: depression, amphetamine, cocaine] 587 words
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Adderall Side Effects - Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic condition that is characterized by difficulty sustaining attention, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior. Adderall increased in popularity upon approval by The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be used for the treatment of ADHD and treatment of the sleep disorder, narcolepsy, in the 1990s. Although Adderall has been proven effective in decreasing and preventing ADHD symptoms, there are concerns regarding cardiac side effects and the potential for dependence and abuse of its chemical components....   [tags: Medical Research]
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The Pros and Cons of Adderall - The Pros and Cons of Adderall Why did the ADHD boy not introduce his girlfriend to any of his friends. He could not remember her name; or better yet, why would a chicken be considered ADD. It never gets all the way across the road because of all the distractions. Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a developmental and behavioral disorder that affects 3 to 5 percent of all school-age children. The American Psychiatric Association explains that, “Individuals with ADHD may know what to do but do not consistently do what they know because of their inability to efficiently stop and think prior to responding, regardless of the setting or task” (Berne 2)....   [tags: ADHD Drugs Behavior Disorders Essays]
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Adderall: Is Medication the Answer? - Adderall: Is Medication the Answer. When growing up, nothing is more frustrating then giving your best effort in your school work and continuously being unsuccessful. The effect it can have on a child is very damaging. Students may feel inadequate and non-intelligent in the classroom setting growing up, not to mention, being confused all at the same time about why school is such an ongoing battle for them. Why are these children trying so hard and never having any success. It is more and more common today; more than ever we see children having these problems inside and outside of classrooms all over the world....   [tags: Essays Papers] 1348 words
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The Abuse of Psycho-Stimulants on College Campuses - The pill bottle is opened. Three students circle around several lines of a crushed up yellow substance. The occasion is a late night study session, the drug of choice: Adderall. This fictitious story is an unfortunate reality, deeply wired into the circuits of higher education. College campuses house an outbreak of prescription drug abuse. A sturdy foundation of overly prescribed stimulants crossed with the high educational demand classes represent, pose as a major issues for universities. Not only have studies been performed proving the abuse of psycho-stimulant drugs dangerous to student’s health, but also the transactions behind such abuse are highly illegal....   [tags: Adderall Essays]
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Adderall, Ritalin, AD/HD, and Abuse - Adderall, Ritalin, AD/HD, and Abuse Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are behavioral disorders affecting attention span, impulse control, and self-discipline. They are usually associated with children, although adults can suffer from the same disorders. It is estimated that 4% - 6% of the U.S. population suffers from AD/HD, and children with the disorders carry them into adulthood more than half the time. Typically medicated with psychostimulants such as Ritalin or Adderall, (methylphenidate and dextroamphetamine, respectively), concern over these disorders surrounds problems such as over-diagnosis or misuse of the prescription medications....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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Adderall: A Growing Trend Among College Students - Adderall: A Growing Trend Among College Students Brian,* a 20-year-old Northeastern University student, carefully lays out his “stash” of blue pills on a table one Sunday evening. As he organizes them into groups according to size and dosage, he mentally runs through his class work and assignments for the week. “A physics quiz on Tuesday,” he says, eyes still fixed on the dozen or so blue pills on the table. “A calc test on Friday and a lab due on Thursday.” Brian sinks back into his chair with a sigh of defeated enthusiasm....   [tags: Documentary Drugs Papers] 2031 words
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The Need for Regulation of Amphetamine Consumption of College Students - At the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, suppose an athlete had been found using steroids or other performance enhancing drugs to ensure a better outcome in competition. Their awards would be stripped away, and their name sullied for the world to see. Halfway across the world, in a tiny dormitory room of a prestigious college, an overwhelmed and under pressure freshman student turns to drugs as well. The drugs are not methamphetamines or cocaine, but a tiny pill obtained from a helpful friend with ADHD....   [tags: steroids, drugs, Adderall pill ]
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A Rise in ADHD Diagnosis Analysis - “’When people don’t fit in, we react by giving their behavior a label, either medicalizing it, criminalizing it, or moralizing it,’ Nigg says,” (Koerth-Baker n.p.). Professor Joel Nigg, a professor of psychiatry at Oregon Health and Science University, made this statement in reference to the growing amount of people diagnosed with ADHD and prescribed medicine for it. The amount of people with prescriptions has increased immensely over the past several years, and will continue to grow over the next several years....   [tags: prescriptions, adhd, adderall, ritalin]
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Giving Children ADHD Medication - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a psychiatric disorder that causes children to have problems with paying attention, trouble with following instructions, have impulsive behaviors and become easily distracted. Medications, such as Adderall and Ritalin, are used to treat the symptoms of this disorder by helping the patient to focus and pay attention while also curbing their impulsive behavior and hyperactivity. Side effects of these medications are, but not limited to, anxiety, addiction and in some cases psychosis....   [tags: adderall, paying attention,ethics]
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Psychostimulant Drugs in High Schools - Topical Essay Psychostimulant drugs like Adderall and Ritalin are being used at an increasing rate among high school and college students. Since this drug has been around the amount of kids being prescribed to it has increased dramatically. This drug was originally created to help kids with ADHD, but now kids that aren’t even prescribed these drugs are taking them in order to enhance their academic performance (Loe 2008). Is the increase use of this drug becoming a problem, or is there a bigger problem at hand where students feel like they have to take it in order to be and stay successful....   [tags: Adderall, Ritalin, High School, Drugs]
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Attention Defecit/ Hyperactive Disorder - Sentence Outline Thesis: While diagnosing a child with ADHD and prescribing him with medication is not necessarily a bad thing, it is important to be frugal when administering ADHD medications such as Adderall, as these medications are frequently abused and have many negative side effects. I. Adderall and other ADHD stimulants are frequently abused, both to get high and to improve test performance, which can lead to toxic overdose and death. A. Up to 35% of college students have admitted to using these drugs without a prescription (Connor)....   [tags: Medication, Negative Side Effects, Adderall]
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Ritalin and Aderall - i. Diagnosis of ADHD ADHD is a condition which affects multiple areas of functioning. Because of the widespread diagnosis this disease keeps doctors, pharmaceutical businesses, and teachers employed. According to Diller (2008), the use of drugs like Ritalin is at rates never seen before in this country or anywhere else. Diller also states that “we medicate our children with psychiatric drugs ten or twenty times more than countries of Western Europe (pg50).” Many children are said to be made unhappy, often alienating themselves from parents and others....   [tags: medication, ADHD, children]
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Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine: A Student’s Illegal Path to Good Grades - The point at which a person comes to the level of desperation to risk the rest of their lives for a decent grade in secondary and postsecondary education occurs all too often. Many college students around the largest universities of the United States have experienced this feeling of desperation, so naturally they tried to find a solution. The solution falls into the hands of Amphetamine or Dextroamphetamine, known better as Adderall, a staggering amount of the time. Students obtain Adderall illegally, as it is a prescription drug, for the common belief around United States college campuses that it improves students’ focus and attention span, while also prolonging the time students can go wit...   [tags: aderall, narcolepsy, illegal use]
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Cognitive Enhancement and Medical Technology - ... So not only is cognitive not a change in human nature, but it is a continual of human nature. On the other hand if it is not part of human nature, who cares. The fact that something doesn’t occur in nature or is not natural does not make it something bad. If anything unnatural was bad we would have to abstain from things such as chemotherapy to fight cancer. This goes along the lines of people who say it is wrong to “play god”. We did not create the effects that these stimulants have on our minds or the various organic systems which make up the human body that create these effects, we just discovered the connection between the cognitive enhancing drugs and our bodies....   [tags: Aderall, Ritalin, coffee] 1464 words
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Ethical Issues Assignment: Use of Illegal Smart Drugs - The primary ethical issue that is present in Augustine's case is whether or not to take the Adderall from his friend Ralph in order to concentrate and study for his midterms. There are many mitigating factors that go into this particular issue, namely Augustine's tendency to slack off in his schoolwork and classwork. Taking the Adderall would start a very unhealthy trend of continuing to reward laziness in favor of taking drugs at the last minute to power through. He would not be honestly rewarded for hard work that he had done....   [tags: Critical Thinking Essays]
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College Candy Making Success That Much Sweeter - As the saying goes, “Desperate times call for desperate measures.” American college students of the 21st century have been forcefully subjected to highly competitive environments due to a multitude of external factors. As of late, the prescription drug, Adderall has become the drug of choice for ambitious college students, and has earned the title of being today’s college candy and academic steroid. First introduced and approved by the U.S. FDA, Adderall became the common treatment for those suffering from ADHD and narcolepsy....   [tags: Drugs]
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Study Drugs: A Student's New Best Friend? - Study Drugs: A Student's New Best Friend. Many people who want to lose weight wish there was a “magic pill” that would eliminate the process of dieting and exercising. Those looking for fun, have the “love pill” commonly known as ecstasy. In an age where everything comes to us so easily, where feelings don’t have to be felt but chemically induced instead, one might address a common problem college students face hoping to find a simple solution. Stuck in the library with a term paper due the next morning and thoughts of your empty bed just waiting for you is not a far fetched scenario for most college students....   [tags: Research Science Scientific Essays] 1641 words
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Hidden Dangers of ADHD Medications - ... Some critics suggest that some youth are simply immature and have a lack of discipline, which can lead to being mistakenly diagnosed. When ADHD is properly diagnosed doctors still gravitate toward medication, when alternative treatments are available to them. Ritalin is a drug that attack children’s nervous system, and is given to children with ADHD. Doctors give the drug to children not knowing they have not been diagnosed properly or knowing that the risk of side effects are great. Parent are not aware of the side effects to their children because of the untimely research, which was probably done after their children were already diagnosed and on medication....   [tags: children's health, overmedication]
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Drug Abuse in the United States on the Rise - ... If an older sibling is abusing drugs they are also setting a bad example for their younger siblings. If a teenager is using drugs this can hurt the whole family with constant fighting and can destroy relationships. (Butler Center for Research) While on certain drugs the abusers may even pose a threat to the community, by reckless driving or starting fights not only could they hurt or kill themselves but also the innocent people around them. If a lot of kids start using drugs, the other kids who stay clean may feel pressured to fit in, people who use drugs may suggest for their friends to try it and create more drug abusers....   [tags: marijuana, addiction, adhd]
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The Pressure Put on Students to Get Good Grades - ... It allows the mind to focus extensively for a certain amount of time. Students from K to 12th grade use this “medication” to help them for a long night or to do better on a big test. Students who are legitimately diagnosed with ADHD often sell their Adderall pills. “Adderall is abused and even in college take more than marijuana and it’s easier to get”.(Cooper 1) Quoted by Alan Desantis, a professor and researcher at the University of Kentucky. Students take Adderall without thinking about the risk of taking the drug....   [tags: cheating, education, schools]
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Neuroenhancers: Are they the answers for our problems? - In the article, “Brain Gain” by Margaret Talbot, it illustrates the growing underground world of neuroenchancing drugs. In her article, she writes about how more and more people are taking neuroenhancers to improve their cognitive functions. People are taking neuroenhancers because they feel pressure to compete and perform well in this stressful society. Talbot’s articles shows how this society has become so obsessed with efficiency and is so competitive that users are making justifiable reasons to take these neuroenhancers....   [tags: Analysis, Brain Gain] 1181 words
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Prevalence of Stimulant Abuse on College Campuses - Examining the prevalence of stimulant misuse and abuse among college students is crucial to understand how widespread this growing problem is. Understanding the extent of stimulant misuse can lead to better education among college students about the dangers of illicit stimulant use and the potential risks and side effects. In studies done at the University of Michigan and the University of Rhode Island, it was found that many students had used prescription stimulants illegally at one point or another in their lifetime, and found access to drugs such as Adderall very easy to obtain....   [tags: Drugs]
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ADHD Stimulant Medication Abuse and Misuse Among U.S. Teens - ADHD Stimulant Medication Abuse and Misuse Among U.S. Teens Over the last decade, a new epidemic has risen in America regarding the sustained trend in teens abusing and misusing stimulant drugs prescribed for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), specifically Ritalin and Adderall. There has been an increase in the number of teens diagnosed with ADHD and practitioners prescribing stimulants as treatment. These drugs are known in the teen community as the so-called “study drug”. An alarming high percentage of teens that are not diagnosed with ADHD are using this drug in attempt to achieve academic success as well as abusing it for recreational purposes....   [tags: attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, care]
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Fact or Myth: Drug Free School Zones - Starting college right out of high school, students experience a new sense of freedom. Students are able to come and go as they please, hang out with whoever they want, and stay up late as they desire. The decisions students make is a test of their morals and lessons they have developed throughout their lives. A decision that students across the country are making is the choice to use various different types of drugs. The variety of drugs that are being abused range from alcohol to over-the-counter prescription drugs....   [tags: freedom, illegal drugs, drug users]
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Amphetamines: Recreational or Instrumental - Everyone has his or her own opinion about drugs. Recreational drug use is using an illegal drug to get high. Instrumental use can be described when a person uses the same drug to achieve an effect to complete a task. Society has had many different views about drugs, and has changed its view many times throughout history. Today, we are facing a war on drugs, drug cartels, drug abuse, prison overcrowding and many others. All these have roots with drugs. There are always two sides to every story, and I will show that the use of amphetamines is both recreational and instrumental, and using it prescribed, recreationally or instrumental can have less desired effects according to research....   [tags: Drugs ]
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Short Story: Beautiful Disaster - ... What did I get myself into this time. Trying to hold it together, I then heard the Miranda rights and I was under arrest for felony trafficking of a Schedule W Drug. Steve was no friend of that girl, he was a detective on an undercover investigation of the drug overdose that had happened the night before, and I was their only suspect. Over the next six months, I was in and out of juvenile district court. The Judge liked me, he thought I had potential and that I wasn’t some ordinary teenage screw up....   [tags: personal narrative] 2021 words
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Given New Alternative Methods, is Medication for ADHD Completely Necessary? - ... According to WebMD, less severe, common side effects of Strattera include dry mouth, delay when starting to pass urine, incomplete or infrequent bowel movements, drowsiness, inducing of a relaxed easy state, chronic trouble sleeping, low energy, temporary redness of face and neck, loss of appetite, head pain, feel like throwing up, throwing up, and stomach cramps. WedMD also lists common more severe side effects such as inability to have an erection, painful periods, and cannot empty bladder; infrequent less severe side effects including, but not limited to blurred vision, indigestion, rash, and weight loss; and infrequent severe side effects including, but not limited to depression, diz...   [tags: behavioral conditions]
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Neuroenhancers: Are they the answers for our problems? - In the article, “Brain Gain” by Margaret Talbot, it illustrates the growing underground world of neuroenchancing drugs. In her article, she writes about more and more people are taking neuroenhancers to improve their cognitive functions. People are taking neuroenhancers because they feel pressure to compete and perform well in this stressful society. Talbot’s articles shows how this society has become so obsessed with efficiency and is so competitive that they are making justifiable reasons to take these neuroenhancers....   [tags: Health, Medicine, Neuroenhancer] 1097 words
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Treatment and Prevention of Substance Abuse - Drug and alcohol abuse affects men and women of all colors, religions, backgrounds, and ages in every corner of our country. We will cover the statistics on drugs and alcohol addictions and how certain drugs affect a person. Additionally we will cover how substance abuse affects a person’s family and community. Most importantly we will cover the treatment and prevention of substance abuse. Statistics on Drug and Alcohol Addiction In the United States, 2,500 youths between the ages of 12 to 17 will try a prescription drug for the first time....   [tags: drug and alcohol abuse] 3213 words
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Concerns about Cognitive Enhancements - ... Stimulants like Adderall increase neuronal activation or release neuromodulators, which facilitate the synaptic changes that underlie learning. While Adderall has not been shown to improve performance in students without ADHD, these studies are proof that cognitive enhancers have the capability to dramatically improve education. If restrictions for research are not implemented, we might be able to find a different substance to reap these benefits for all students. The most dramatic potential enhancements are brain-computer interfaces....   [tags: extensions of mental capacities] 1272 words
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ADHD Prescription Abuse at Northeastern - ADHD Prescription Abuse at Northeastern Northeastern middler Gary Brown* reclines his small frame on a couch in his Mission Hill apartment. He looks like a patient on a psychiatrist's couch as he dictates his history of abuse with Ritalin and Adderall. “I started going to concerts with a friend who had a prescription and whose nickname was Bradderall,” Brown said. Ritalin and Adderall are prescription drugs commonly used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. Brown has never been diagnosed with ADHD but he started taking the drugs recreationally as a college freshman to have energy for concerts and for partying into the early morning hours....   [tags: College Study Drugs Education Essays] 1655 words
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An In-Depth Analysis on the Prescription of Stimulant Medication as a Treatment for ADHD - Stimulant medication could be the miracle drug, or the most harmful thing to hit the younger generations. Medications such as Adderall and Ritalin are playing a prominent role in many adolescents’ lives, or the lives of people close to them. There is an “underground market” for medications like these, and the market is growing quickly. Whether just to make sure they pass that next test, or if they really believe they need it, stimulants’ popularity is soaring, and not just among adolescents but doctors as well....   [tags: health, medications]
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Effects of Different Drug Use: Short Term and Long Term - Amphetamines are typically used to provide the same effect that pure adrenaline does. The drug is specified for people with attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity as well as narcolepsy, although if you decide to abuse the drug and use it for recreational purposes you may start to feel paranoia and nervousness. Using amphetamines can also put a strain on the circulatory system by causing the user's blood pressure to increase suddenly. (Amphetamine) Long term psychological effects of the drug can cause something called amphetamine psychosis which is much like paranoid schizophrenia....   [tags: Drugs]
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Encapsulating the Truth of ADD/ADHD Medications - Encapsulating the Truth of ADD/ADHD Medications Modern American society provides it's young people with a plethora of contradicting paradigms, all of which are built upon simplistic ideas of the best possible means of success. Study your notes and you'll ace the test, read the chapter and you'll comprehend the material, just pay attention and you'll be fine. When the reality that even the easiest of tasks such as studying, reading, or paying attention have the potential to become academic nightmares, those looking for a shortcut have resorted to using ADD/ADHD prescription medications to power through and make the grade....   [tags: Modern American Society, ADD, ADHD]
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Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - ... Studies have shown that pre-kindergarteners exposed to large amounts of lead have a risk of devolving ADHD. Diet could also play a role in ADHD. British researchers found that food additives such as preservatives and artificial food coloring can increase activity in children. As a person with ADHD I can tell you what the symptoms would be. Starting with the AD (attention deficient) in ADHD, I (and others with the disorder) have experienced lack of attention. Without medicine I tend to space out....   [tags: disability, focus, behavior, symptoms] 530 words
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ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment - According to Dr. Robert Epstein, Medco’s chief medical officer, seventeen percent of total drug cost spending last year was for behavior medicines; compared with sixteen percent for both asthma and antibiotics, eleven percent for skin disorders and six percent for allergy medicines. There was also a 369% increase in spending on ADHD drugs for kids under the age of five. A lot of children have been diagnosed with ADHD, and many of their parents have opted to give them behavioral drugs. Some parents give the drugs because they are not aware of the long term effects or the psychological dependency, and lastly because they are not aware of the alternatives....   [tags: real name]
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Yoga as medication? - Introduction Individuals who practice yoga experience an awareness of their body and environment. Yoga helps them to relax and feel at peace with a subtle feeling of stimulation. This paper examines the use of prescription drugs/stimulants that are used to treat ADHD in children, and the use of an alternative that for some can be just as effective to treat ADHD. Yoga has beneficial factors for managing ADHD symptoms. According to the “yoga Journal” through deep breathing exercises, yoga teaches kids to tap into their breath in daily life as a source of mental and physical control....   [tags: Body Awareness, Environment, Stimulation]
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Can Sleep be Eliminated or Is It the Key for Life? - ... As of today, stimulants like modafinil and dextroamphetamine have long been used to combat daytime sleepiness caused by lack of nighttime sleep. Adderall, consisting of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, which are central nervous system stimulants, is most often taken by individuals with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) but also by teenagers nowadays who are under the impression that with Adderall, they will experience a heightened sense of motivation and concentration. Although the latter may be true for a period of time, the risk of dependency runs high....   [tags: coffee, rapid eye movement] 1177 words
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Should Stimulant Medication be Used in the Treatment of ADHD? - Of all the different treatments, stimulant medications work to change the brain chemistry to that seen in a brain lacking any psychological disorders. This makes them very effective as it gets to the root of the problem, as compared to therapies that try to mask the problem. The FDA approved stimulant medication affects neural transmitters in the brain, allowing for the neural pathways to work more efficiently. With the neurons firing correctly, the symptoms of ADHD are reduced. There is also other non-stimulant medications used to treat ADHD, but these are less commonly prescribed and less effective than the stimulant medication (Facts About ADHD)....   [tags: brain chemistry, psychological disorder]
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How Diagnoses of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is Big Business - Public awareness of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) went from being under diagnosed to being over diagnosed. These days, teachers, counselors, and parents will diagnose a child with having ADHD disorder if he/she has disruptive behavior. Yet, the public does not know if ADHD is it an actual psychiatric disorder, a behavioral problem, or a school-based learning and interaction problem. Although it seems that ADHD is a socially constructed disorder rather than a valid neurobiological disorder, Pharmaceutical companies’ advertisements bombard the media convincing parents that medications are the best cure for their child to behave properly....   [tags: psychotropic drugs for ADHD]
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Learning to Cope with ADHD as an Adult Learner - Learning to Cope with ADHD as an Adult Learner Typically when one hears the term “ADHD” and the potential negative effects that it could have on someone striving towards academic success, they immediately think school age children. Though it is more common for children to be diagnosed and treated, 5% of U.S. adults are living with this condition (American Psychiatric Association, 2012). First ADHD must be defined before coping methods can be explained. ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder is a diagnosis applied to children and adults who consistently display certain characteristic behaviors such as distractibility (poor sustained attention to tasks), impulsivity (impaired impulse c...   [tags: mental health, adults, psychiatry, treatment]
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The Struggle of ADHD Medication and Over Diagnosis - This is a question many parents struggle with. Should I be medicating my child for ADHD. Will the drugs cause other problems for my child. You’re not alone. Many parents have these questions. Some parents choose to give their child medication all the time, some only give the medication when the child is in school, and others choose not to give their child medication at all. ADHD diagnosis has increased dramatically over the last several years. [Over diagnosis and over medication for ADHD needs to stop.] ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder....   [tags: children, stimulants, drugs, therapy]
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ADHD Medication and Children - Not being able to keep still, talking out of turn, and not being able to resist temptation are many traits of a child under the age of twelve; also, the symptoms of a child diagnosed with ADHD. Though there isn’t a test to determine whether or not a child has ADHD many psychiatrists are quick to incline that the child may have this behavioral disorder even though they could just be acting like children. Not only are psychiatrists too quick to diagnose they’re also quick to prescribe medications that have high risks of causing behavioral changes and disruption of the chemical balance within the brain....   [tags: health, disorders]
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