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Children downing Zoloft for ADHD? Are you ribbing Brain C-13 Review me? In my former psychotherapeutic practice practice, we used to offer Zoloft for adults with pretty serious emotional difficulties. But now we're prescribing this stuff to young kids and teenagers. When you are through reading this article, you'll understand why Zoloft, an antidepressant, may not be the greatest option for treating ADHD. Ok, I'll admit, though it's not a commonly sanctioned therapy for ADHD, Zoloft has been known to assist in reducing signs of ADHD. Zoloft for ADHD is often prescribed in addition to stimulants such as Ritalin and Adderall.

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The reason why Zoloft and stimulants are employed in a pharmo-mixture is because many people who suffer from ADHD also have problems with other disturbances such as depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, nervousness and others. Zoloft may also be helpful in treating the hyper-focused case of ADHD versus the unfocused type. The prime problem with prescribing Zoloft for ADHD management is its grave side effects when consumed alone and in interaction with other drugs.

Possible side effects of Zoloft include anxiety, panic, irritability, hostility, difficulties sleeping, impulse problems, and mania. In addition to psychological side effects, Zoloft can also result in physical health signs such as muscle tremors, flu-like symptoms, difficulties with speech, extreme skin rash, jaundice, cardiac palpitations, and fuzzy vision.

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asked Feb 8 in Pre-School by alisaprincy | 15 views

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