ADHD Medication & Treatment options. What if I don’t want medication? What other options are there! So, either you or your child may have been diagnosed with ADHD. What are the next steps? Dr Flett provides a holistic, comprehensive overview of the various options you need to consider to get help for your child and family in the most effective way possible. Learn about the full range of ADHD treatment options — from stimulant and non-stimulant medication to diet and exercise, vitamins and supplements, mindful meditation, therapy, and beyond. ADHD Treatment Options Part 1-5 1 hour of Video.
Have you noticed that your child with ADHD has trouble with sleeping? Sleep disturbances caused by ADHD have been overlooked for several reasons, including the late age of onset. There is a well established scientific link between ADHD and sleep disturbances. Older children with ADHD rarely fall asleep quickly, sleep soundly through the night, and wake up feeling refreshed. But, as with most of our knowledge about ADHD in adults, we’re only beginning to understand the more vital link between ADHD and sleep, which creates difficulties:
- Falling asleep
- Staying asleep
- Waking up
On average, sleep disturbances associated with ADHD generally appear later in life, at around age 12. Sleeping problems are often overlooked and attributed to coexisting ADHD problems and incorrectly using stimulant medication to treat ADHD.
After nine months of waiting for your bundle of joy to arrive, it’s time to hit the ground running on your parenting journey! This course covers much of what you need to know for the first few months of your baby’s life. From diapering to nutrition—and everything in between—this course will help you get prepared for what’s ahead!