I have a 5 year old daughter who we believe maybe ADHD we dont want to put her on meds yet do to the fact she is so young and bodys change so much. How can I know 4 sure like big signs and also in what ways can I change to approuch her diffrently or disaplining because it can be very stressful at times.
Hi I have a 14 yr old son..How was diagnoised with ADHD at 5 yrs old..He has been on meds. from 5 until now and still is!!! I wouldn't if I were you not put your child on meds. at all even if the teacher says so!!! I wish I wouldn't have with my son but I did and I am slowly getting him off of his meds...He is very very hyper all the time not when I just take him out it was all the time school, church, the stores, and at home...He has very little social skills on top of that and hardly no friends cause of his social skills!! But he is getting a lot better with his age...
But just see what happens with the diet and everything else!!! And I hope everything turns out well for you!!!
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