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Masking Your OCD to Save Yourself from Embarrassment

17th March 2011
Weve all seen that guy. The guy whos doing a not-so-discreet job of tapping almost everything he comes into contact to, or the guy whos carefully navigating around the cracks in the ground as if he was in a minefield. If you think its awkward enough t... Read >
Author: eric

Inattentive Type ADHD Treatment is Different

25th January 2011
Inattentive tyep ADHD treatment should not be the same as the treatment for the other subtypes of ADHD. The symptoms of people with Inattentive ADHD (ADHD-PI) and Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT) are different and their response to stimulant medication is q... Read >
Author: Tess Messer

The Link Between Opioid Addiction And Endorphin Deficiency

16th November 2010
Opioid dependence is a disease that affects nearly 2.5 million people in the United States aged 12 years or older according to a national survey conducted in 2006. Often times, these people begin using opioid drugs to combat pain, be it physical or psycho... Read >
Author: Lester De Vine

ADHD Austin Solutions - L-Theanine 23

01st September 2010
ADHD Austin/Brain BalanceNow that the public is much more conscious of the significant side consequences of Ritalin and other prescription medicines for ADHD, numerous normal alternatives to stimulant drugs are offered to ADHD sufferers. 1 of the most bro... Read >
Author: Elwood Grimes

Potential Problems to Consider When Using Muscle Relaxants

09th August 2010
Muscle relaxants are a popular product nowadays, particularly among the fitness-conscious "weekend warrior" crowd. These particular medications are usually doctor-prescribed. Based on research and user feedback, reports about the side effects of muscle re... Read >
Author: Josef Strong

The Highs and Lows of The ADHD Inattentive Personality Can Be Unpredictable

01st March 2010
If you have an ADHD attentive personality you already know how challenging the condition can be. In fact you may already know that for a person to receive a positive diagnosis for ADHD they must have the symptom of inattention, lasting more than 6 weeks, ... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Excessive Sweating Due to Mucus Phlegm : Know the Truth of This Condition

04th February 2010
Many of us have experienced excessive sweating due to mucus phlegm, the feeling of thick mucus or phlegm lodged in your throat as you try to cough it out makes you sweat profusely. All the more you are in a public place and you try to expel those dry and ... Read >
Author: EdisonNathan

Video Game Addiction

11th September 2009
When most of us hear that someone has an addiction, we think alcohol or drugs. But addictive behaviors are becoming just as prominent as substance addictions. The following conditions exist when something is labeled an addiction:• The person must hav... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Complete Information on Bradykinesia

15th May 2008
Bradykinesia is one of the constituents of Parkinson's disease. Bradykinesia is a movement disorder and a perception disorder. Bradykinesia Slowed power to begin and remain movements, and diminished power to adapt the system's stance. It is normally the a... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Asperger's Syndrome and Unequal Reaction to Pain

24th July 2006
As Parents, Teachers and Professionals of children with Asperger's Syndrome we are all familiar with the enigma of their unequal reaction to pain and injury. A stubbed toe or paper cut may set off a pain response (crying, screaming, and sobbing) such as i... Read >
Author: Nelle Frances
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