June 23 2017 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
After reading about these new meds, I had a tiny pity party. You see, I have glaucoma, so many, if not all, ADD meds are closed off for me. When I took meds, my focus was so laser-like! I've had glaucoma for more than 20 years, yet it hasn't progressed, and I am truly blessed to have vision. I'm concerned about upsetting the delicate glaucoma balance that keeps my optic nerves healthy, so I use non-medical interventions for my ADD. Sometimes the magic works, but often it doesn't. Wouldn't life be easier if the old brain had chemicals that were in balance? Would I still be me without my ADD? Hmmm!
Long-Acting Stimulant Meds for ADD
This week the news brought word of two new long-acting, stimulant medications approved by The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Attention Deficit Disorder. One, Contempla, is aimed at children aged 6-17 years old. The other, Mydayis, was approved for ages 13-years old to adults.
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Connie Mistler Davidson, Attention Deficit Disorder Editor
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