Posts Tagged 'newport beach child psychiatrist'

How To Manage ADHD As An Adult

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Children who are diagnosed with ADHD are often given a clear treatment plan. They are referred to a good Newport Beach child psychiatrist who analyzes their condition, gives them behavioral modification tips, works with their parents or guardians, and determines if any medication is necessary. This will allow them to live normal, productive lives. By the time they reach adulthood, they’ve often learned to manage their condition very well.

But what about adult-onset ADHD, or the adults that have always had ...

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How Do You Know When It’s Time To Call A Child Psychiatrist?

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Children are wonderfully complex characters. But it can be difficult to know when their behavior is normal and when it isn’t. Physical injuries are much more cut and dry―if your child breaks a leg or gets the flu, you’ll take her to a doctor. But mental health is a little trickier, especially in a society where medication is sometimes given to people of all ages unnecessarily.

That being said, if your child does need to see a Newport Beach child psychiatrist, ...

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More Evidence Shows a Link Between ADHD and Autism

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Nearly every mental health professional and autism specialist has wondered at some point if there could be a link between ADHD and autism. Now, a blockbuster study has provided some new evidence of a genetic link, which is a possible breakthrough researchers say could lead to the use of cutting edge gene therapy treatment ...

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When is ADHD Medication a Good Idea?

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It is an unfortunate truth that people in our society are overmedicated. Some doctors rush to prescribe medication before researching alternative treatments, and some people think treating their symptoms with a pill is the easiest way to solve their issues. Medication is a ...

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The Autistic Spouse: How To Be A Supportive Partner

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The Autistic Spouse: How To Be A Supportive Partner

With one in 68 children currently being diagnosed with some form of autism, it’s very clear that it is here to stay. Eventually those autistic ...

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