Importance of Psychoactive Drugs in Managing ADHD

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More and more children have been diagnosed with ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This is a condition that usually presents itself during childhood years, and is characterized by a consistent string of inattention and hyperactivity, with forgetfulness, poor impulse control and distractability. According to a recent survey by the University at Buffalo, about five percent of children in classrooms have students with ADHD and another five percent have ADHD but are undiagnosed.

In dealing with this kind of disorder, those children with ADHD are placed on psychoactive medications by their family physician, generally upon initial recommendation by officials from the child’s school. Some experts on ADHD treatment, however, believe that there are other effective alternatives to medication. Some doctors and professionals involved in the treatement of ADHD field overemphasizes the role that psychoactive medications play in the treatment of these children.

Many parents are not fully aware of the well-established, evidence-based alternative in taking psychoactive medications, which is behavior therapy. Most of the physicians normally prescribe such...

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