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by Reta Masten (2020-04-17)


Short or intermediate acting stimulants like Ritalin, Meridian Health Protocol ReviewDexedrine, Adderall, Dextrostat and Methylin ER are in the short to intermediate acting range. These drugs are not as popular as they used to be because the long acting drugs are more convenient to take. Most all are available in generics so they are less expensive.The non-stimulant Strattera is usually only prescribed if there has not been any success with the stimulants, or if the child had too many side effects.As many drugs as there are for ADHD, so are there the many side effects. Countless parents and adults are looking for a gentler and healthier way other than prescription drugs. Even though these drugs have helped some people, there are others that have had so many side effects like nausea and insomnia, just to name a couple, that they want to try another way. The mindset in our society is to follow the advice of your doctor, and stick with the big pharmaceutical companies. I have seen and talked with many people, who benefit by questioning and trying alternative solutions.

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