The most common treatment for ADHD is a combination of medication and behavioral strategies. Research has shown this to be the most effective way of managing symptoms. There are those, however, that either choose not to take medication or are not able to because of side effects or interactions with other medications or medical conditions. For those, behavioral strategies and supplemental treatments are the best option.
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The links below provide you with information on the different types of treatments available for ADHD.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before Beginning Medication
Is Medication Right for Your Child?
Frequently Asked Questions About ADHD Medications ...
ADHD Drug Information
Side Effects of Commonly Prescribed Medications for ADHD
Tips for Managing Side Effects of ADHD Medications
Can Certain Foods Impact ADHD Medication? - ADHD
Free or Low Cost Medication
ADHD Medication in the Summertime
Frequently Asked Questions About Behavior Modification ...
Behavior Modification for ADHD
What Does Behavior Modification Consist of for Adults with ADD/ADHD
Creating a Discipline Process at Home
The ABC's of Behavior Management - ADHD
Yoga and ADHD
A Walk in the Park
How Effective Is Omega-3 In Treating ADHD?
Exercise and ADHD Symptoms - ADHD
The Importance of a Healthy Diet
Traditional vs. Alternative Treatments
Alternative Options for Treating ADHD
The Latest on Alternative Treatments
Do Particular Foods Affect ADHD?
Nutritional and Herbal Supplements
Antimotion Sickness Medication