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Medicated ADHD Patients Found to Have Lower Risk of Car Crashes

Medicated ADHD Patients Found to Have Lower Risk of Car Crashes

People with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are known to be at a higher risk of car accidents than those without ADHD, but a study published today in JAMA Psychiatry suggests taking medications for the disorder may lower this risk. “From a clinical...

Take a Walk for Your Mental Health

Take a Walk for Your Mental Health

Physical activity and exercise are good for your mental health. Vigorous physical activity can help with self-confidence, a sense of well-being and better sexual health. Symptoms of mild to moderate depression and anxiety have improved with physical activity and...

Medicated ADHD Patients Found to Have Lower Risk of Car Crashes

Medicated ADHD Patients Found to Have Lower Risk of Car Crashes

People with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are known to be at a higher risk of car accidents than those without ADHD, but a study published today in JAMA Psychiatry suggests taking medications for the disorder may lower this risk. “From a clinical...

Adult ADHD: What It’s Like

As more research is conducted on adult ADHD, we're finding out more and more about what it's like to live with it. Listen as Dr. Byrne explains how the symptoms are different in adults than in children. If you or a loved on are in need of...

Non-Stimulant ADHD Medications and Descriptions

Non-Stimulant ADHD Medications and Descriptions

A number of medications are available for the treatment of ADHD; some are stimulants and others are non-stimulants. What’s the difference in these medications? Stimulants increase alertness, energy, and attention levels. They also increase heart rate, blood pressure,...

Straterra for ADHD, a Non-Stimulant Medication.

https://youtu.be/c0lUHY0MMO8 Dr. Jennie Byrne explains how Straterra, a non-stimulant medication, is used in the treatment of ADHD. If you have any more questions or concerns please feel free to comment or reach out to us at 919-636-5240. Live mentally healthy, Dr....

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