Turn ADHD Medication Side Effects Into Learning Opportunities – #4 The Mad Drop
The most frequent ADHD Medication problem? – Side effects in the afternoon when the stimulant wears off. Learn these 7 lessons from the crash. Prevent treatment failure.
“Intolerable” PM Crash Details Can Become “Instructive”
If you watch more carefully, and truly understand the side effect challenges with stimulant medications, you can help correct your entire treatment protocol.
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First Post: The Teaching Drop #1/7
#1 The PM Drop Teaches Us How [Link]: – Afternoon ADHD Medication Drop is the single most commonplace resistance and difficulty found in taking ADHD medication. In spite of admonitions here at CorePsych about not paying attention to metabolism or dosage strategies, very few either pay attention or attempt to clinically correct these several essential PM ADHD Medication Drop patterns. Even fewer see through this “PM ADHD Medication Drop” as useful, indeed instructive. This PM Video Crash Series will help correct that frequent treatment failure challenge.
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Next Drop Video: The What Drop #2/7
#2: The What Drop [Link]: ADHD Medications simply stop working, Whaaaa??? Don’t deny Cognitive Reality. Back to the same ol’ straightforward inability to concentrate. Why not overcome the denial and investigate when the meds simply don’t work? Why ignore Treatment Failure? In this video we begin to tease out the importance of discerning dopamine challenges from serotonin challenges. Thousands of patients experience problems with this cognitive/affective conundrum because of the woeful inadequacy of the DSM 5 – the diagnostic coding book.
Next Video: The Sad Drop #3/7
#3: The Sad Drop [Link]: This is the absolute most common Emotional crash – Whining, crying and depression, feeling blue, “out-of-it” emotionally on the sad side. This video encourages a switch in clinical thinking to take readers beyond Cognition and Dopamine to consider Affect, Emotion, Feelings and Serotonin. Miss this Sad Drop and you miss more than 50% of the PM Drop ADHD Medication problems.
This Video: The Mad Drop #4/7
#4: The Mad Drop: This PM Drop is, by far, the next most common emotional crash, after the Sad Drop – Anger, rage, exceeding sensitivity to small insults, kick the wall, throw a chair, – look out here I come. And what does the uniformed clinician call it? Right: Bipolar. This video is inform both public and professionals about what it looks like, the denial that exists around Touchy Feelings, and the important, associated serotonin implications – with links to other videos on the same topic. Remember: you can’t treat the specific comorbid ADHD condition unless you recognize it!
Mad in the Afternoon: Only 5:13 min
The Next PM Drop ADHD Medication Videos:
#5: The Whatever Drop: Less frequent, more subtle, but often seen as apathetic in association – Who cares? – not me, whatever, I’m gone…
#6: The Energy Drop: I simply can’t move. I’m not able to do anything but sleep. Without a stimulant I can’t physically do a darn thing.
#7: The Combo Drop: Puzzling mixed symptoms beg for a more comprehensive perspective that combines these several provocative Drop insights.
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Dr Charles Parker
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