BeneficialElephant5 t1_jdjdkql wrote

Do you have a source for that? Genuinely curious just because neuroimaging studies have shown that starting medication at a young enough age can potentially reverse some of the structural and functional changes in the ADHD brain, effectively making it more like a non-ADHD brain,

So I wouldn't be surprised if early treatment reduces ADHD symptoms or need for treatment later in life, but I'd wonder whether that could be a result of the medication rather than behavioural modification.


BeneficialElephant5 t1_jdg6z6l wrote

Medication for ADHD massively reduces the risk of developing addiction, and the younger treatment is started, the greater the reduction. Early diagnosis and treatment for ADHD is so important.


BeneficialElephant5 t1_jbfooyn wrote

Intu is vile, everything they touch turns completely soulless. They took over the MetroCentre and removed all the plants and fountains and turned it into a clone if every other drab shopping center.