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For questions regarding symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (inattentiveness, hyperactivity, or impulsivity, and combinations thereof) or adult Attention Deficit Disorder/ADHD.

ADHD used to be called just ADD in DSM-III (released in 1980), with the subtypes ADD/H (ADD with hyperactivity) and ADD/WO (ADD without hyperactivity). However, by 1987 when DSM-III-R was published … ADHD. This change was not without criticism, and it turned out that the criticism was well founded, because by the time DSM-IV came about (it was published in 1994), enough empirical evidence had …
answered Nov 1 '17 by Fizz
Let me supplement Alice's nice answer with a few more points. Regarding there are antidepressants that do not enhance serotonin but suppress it. That seems to be tianeptine; it is often brought …
answered Jan 5 '18 by Fizz
different analyses were performed. When the outcome measure was based on ADHD assessments by raters closest to the therapeutic setting, all dietary (standardized mean differences=0.21-0.48) and … levels for other treatments. CONCLUSIONS: Free fatty acid supplementation produced small but significant reductions in ADHD symptoms even with probably blinded assessments, although the clinical …
answered Dec 18 '17 by Fizz
Not about IQ as a whole alas, but I found a 2010 systematic review & meta-analysis "Modafinil and methylphenidate for neuroenhancement in healthy individuals: A systematic review", apparently the only …
answered Jul 18 '18 by Fizz
first to explore AAA metabolism in children with ADHD using a well-defined and relatively large sample. We found that AAA deficiencies are not related to ADHD. The results do not support treatment with … AAA supplements in children with ADHD. Also reviews prior work on defficiency: Thus far, five case-control studies have been published on AAA blood concentrations in individuals with ADHD [21 …
answered Aug 26 '18 by Fizz
. I quoted mostly the parts relating to ADHD since this seems to be the actual interest behind your question. And nothing on adult ADHD was mentioned in that review (only studies in contingency … management in substance abuse in adults were mentioned in that review.) There's a fairly interesting ongoing trial on contingency management in smoking cessation in subjects with and without ADHD; quoting …
answered Aug 27 '18 by Fizz