Tag Archives: ADHD

Athletes With ADHD May Need More Time to Recover From Concussion: Study

FRIDAY, July 26, 2019 — College athletes with attention- deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be slower to recover from a concussion and may have more severe symptoms. That’s the preliminary conclusion of a study of 120 U.S. college athletes who suffered concussions. Forty had ADHD; 80 did not. Of those with ADHD, half were taking… Read More »

Is Epilepsy Drug Use in Pregnancy Linked to ADHD?

By E.J. Mundell HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Jan. 4, 2019 (HealthDay News) — When a woman with epilepsy uses the anti-seizure drug valproate during a pregnancy, the odds that her baby will go on to develop ADHD rise, a new study suggests. The Danish report can’t prove that valproate causes attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in these cases,… Read More »

Male Organ Problems: ADHD Medications and Spontaneous Emission

Guys generally want to avoid male organ problems of all kinds – including the rare condition known as spontaneous emissions. Medications used to treat ADHD are one possible cause of this problem. There are a wide range of issues which could legitimately be termed male organ problems, from tumescence dysfunction to dry member skin to… Read More »

The Difference Between ADD and ADHD

Introduction ADD and ADHD are both deficit disorders that mostly affect children, even though grown-ups can also show signs of these. Even though the two might look like one and the same to the untrained eye, they do differ on several points. In this article, we will see exactly what ADD and ADHD stand for,… Read More »