Meridian Health Protocol

by Francene Frayer (05.10.2020)

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Obviously there are two answers to Meridian Health Protocol Review  the question of, "Is the Common Drug for ADHD over prescribed?" There is a yes and a no. First off you need to know that Ritalin is the most widely spread drug prescribed for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Narcolepsy. The government gives it a class of II (amphetamine). Some estimates have schools with children on Ritalin up to 40 percent. More boys than girls take Ritalin. It is given to children to cure or "fix" short attention spans, hyperactivity and impulsive behaviors. Because of the increase in the use of Ritalin on school age children, you have now broken the world into two camps. One feels the drug is wildly over prescribed to treat behavior problems that naturally occur and the diagnosis do not really exist. Then you have the other side that simply believes that the increase in the drugs usage means that it is safe and effective and more people are being reached by it. First, let us just say that medical authorities agree that there is a problem and that ADHD (ADD/ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a distinct health issue that affects some children. It is also widely believed that these same children diagnosed correctly can and will be helped by taking Ritalin. Unfortunately they also believe that the drug is over prescribed, over promoted, over marketed and over sold to the tune of $500 million dollars annually. Because of all this it has created more health issues in that people that do not need the drug are taking it, some illegally. This drug Ritalin has become one of the top street drugs in America.

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