Study: ADHD May Be Primary Factor In ...

Study: ADHD May Be Primary Factor In Substance Abuse

There are 6 comments on the WBUR-AM Boston story from Jun 1, 2011, titled Study: ADHD May Be Primary Factor In Substance Abuse. In it, WBUR-AM Boston reports that:

Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have an increased risk of abusing substances.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at WBUR-AM Boston.

excuuusssseeeme

Upper Darby, PA

#1 Jun 1, 2011
More excuse abuse. At this point the medical treatment industry associated with ADHD has too much money at stake not to keep studies like this rolling out.

There's probably substance abuse because the kid grew up taking pills period. Taking pills on regular basis desensatizes the kid to the gravity of the situation taking substances into your body. It also shows junior that if things aren't right just take a pill, a drink, a smoke, a snort etc.

Too many parents wear this crap as a badge of honor. There's even commentors on the original WBUR report proudly declaring and telling the world they have ADHD like a kid showing the class the toy they got for show & tell.

EXCUSE ABUSE
HumanSpirit

Live Oak, FL

#2 Jun 5, 2011
The Pharmacutical mind drugs given to children under bogus "made to Order" diagnoses of ADD/ ADHD and the other 101 mental diseases is the cause. Take them off the drug and they end up in crack town. Do away with the Mental Health Industry and their mind drugs and our future generations will be OK.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#5 Nov 26, 2011
Overall, ADHD drugs are bad news. Their side effects are terrible. You should look for healthier and natural alternatives to treat ADHD.

For example, there's a mixed powder that you can buy at Vegan stores or sometimes stores like GNC that has the natural food Phytoplankton which provides Neurological Support for - Mental alertness, ADHD, Parkinson's, and general dementia

You can read about all the customer reviews at http://www.iherbcodes.org/MidoriGreens

I would much rather trust natural foods for my son than a drug like Adderall or Stratteral that cause so many side effects.
Wakefield

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Nov 27, 2011
excuuusssseeeme wrote:
More excuse abuse. At this point the medical treatment industry associated with ADHD has too much money at stake not to keep studies like this rolling out.
There's probably substance abuse because the kid grew up taking pills period. Taking pills on regular basis desensatizes the kid to the gravity of the situation taking substances into your body. It also shows junior that if things aren't right just take a pill, a drink, a smoke, a snort etc.
Too many parents wear this crap as a badge of honor. There's even commentors on the original WBUR report proudly declaring and telling the world they have ADHD like a kid showing the class the toy they got for show & tell.
EXCUSE ABUSE
Its smokescreen meant to deflect attention away from vaccines that cause ADHD
Wakefield

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 Nov 27, 2011
Samantha777 wrote:
Overall, ADHD drugs are bad news. Their side effects are terrible. You should look for healthier and natural alternatives to treat ADHD.
For example, there's a mixed powder that you can buy at Vegan stores or sometimes stores like GNC that has the natural food Phytoplankton which provides Neurological Support for - Mental alertness, ADHD, Parkinson's, and general dementia
You can read about all the customer reviews at http://www.iherbcodes.org/MidoriGreens
I would much rather trust natural foods for my son than a drug like Adderall or Stratteral that cause so many side effects.
Product pushing Troll
Kendrick
#8 Sep 24, 2013
I have ordered 2 times from this website PILLSMEDSHOP. COM . I called yesterday the customer care and asked for a discount as i was about to order twice the regular amount.

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