Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Comments by ceebee2

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  • Steve,

    Please read the following Study:

    Our unclear understanding of ADHD — Neuroscientifically…
    http://www.neuroscientificallychallenged.com/blog/unclear-understan...

    Nov 10, 2014 … By 2011, about 1 in every 10 children ages 4 to 17 in the United … dopamine dysregulation may not be the primary cause of ADHD. … If a dopamine deficiency isn’t the underlying cause of ADHD, then what is? … del Campo, N., Fryer, T., Hong, Y., Smith, R., Brichard, L., Acosta-Cabronero, J., Chamberlain, …

    I believe they are asking the wrong questions Steve. The question should be, What is the cause of ‘dopamine dysregulation’. The answer to that question would be the primary cause of ADHD.

    As you know, I believe Kids diagnosed with ADHD are perfectly NORMAL both mentally and physically. In fact, they must have a very good sense of ‘right and wrong’ for ADHD behavior to work for them.

    Dr. George Still ruled out ‘Idiot and Imbecile’ behavior 115 years ago, because ‘they’ have no sense of right or wrong.

  • The brain shrinks over the course of the day, ending up smaller in the evening – before returning to its full size the next morning. That’s according to a neat new study based on an analysis of almost 10,000 MRI scans. It’s published today in Neuroimage.
    Kunio Nakamura and colleagues of the Montreal Neurological Institute 06/08/2015
    Surely these researchers corrected for this inconvenient Fact.

    The Cat….You are correct. No empirical evidence has ever been found, that would allow ADHD to be classified as a Disease or Disorder. Those of us who have worked with ADHD kids know that it is a Behavior Problem…We humans do and say things (behavior) because we receive some benefit from those behaviors, either consciously or unconsciously.

    So, what benefit does a ADHD kid get out of “Bad Behavior”? There are two imperatives ingrained in all human minds. 1. To stay alive. 2. to multiply. ADHD has its basis in #1, ‘The fight or flight response’.

    Anyone interested in the entire hypothesis, contact the editor. I’d be happy to have it critiqued here on MIA.