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This is why most professionals will suggest treating a child with ADHD with medication and behavioral therapy. Ritalin with therapy has shown to improve abnormal behavior, improve the child's self esteem, and increase cognition and social functions. Combined treatment should lower the child's anxiety levels, enhance academic performance, social skills and marked growth in the relationships between the child and their parents...
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Combined treatment should lower the child's anxiety levels, enhance academic performance, social skills and marked growth in the relationships between the child and their parents. Patients undergoing behavioral therapy while concurrently treated with Ritalin reached a targeted effect with lower dosages...
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