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The benefits and potential risks of using these medications also
should be discussed before the first prescription is filled.The most
commonly used stimulants are:On the one hand, health professionals know
that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a chronic condition
that lasts for years and sometimes for a lifetime. On the other hand,
the risks and benefits of medications can change over time,
so typically the treating physician and the family need to regularly
re evaluate medication use.Unlike a short course of antibiotics, ADHD
medications are intended to be taken for a longer period of time.
Parents should anticipate that, for example, if the child begins taking a
medication at the start of the school year, then they are generally
going to be committed to working with that medication for the rest of
the school year.
A child situation may improve to where other interventions and
accommodations kick in and the child can function pretty well without
the medication.Because children change as they grow and their
environments and the demands they face evolve as well it is important
for families and the treating physician to maintain an open line of
Problems can be encountered when a family discontinues a medication
without discussing their concerns with the practitioner first.Adults
with ADHD also respond well to similar interventions, including
stimulant medications. When making treatment choices, practitioners
should consider the individual lifestyle. While these medicines can be
very beneficial, side effects can occur and should be monitored.
Non stimulant medications, including the antidepressant buproprion
hydrochloride (Wellbutrin), have been used. Newer reports show other
antidepressants such as venlafaxine (Effexor) may be beneficial in
adults as well.Psychotherapy for ADHDResearch has shown that medication
alone is not always sufficient. For more than two decades,