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by Herbert Wagemaker,Ann Buchholz


Start by marking Psychiatric Medications and our Children: A Parent's Guide as Want to Read . Dr. Herbert Wagemaker, . attempts to answer these questions and others in his new book, Psychiatric Medications and Our Children, A Parent's Guide

Start by marking Psychiatric Medications and our Children: A Parent's Guide as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. attempts to answer these questions and others in his new book, Psychiatric Medications and Our Children, A Parent's Guide. His book goes into neurophysiology, neuropathology, how the brain works, and what goes wrong with it. He also discusses the causes of these illnesses and how they are treated. The book is written in a format that a lay person can understand and relate to.

Psychiatric Medications and our Children: A Parent's Guide by Herbert Wagemaker, Ann Buchholz (Contributor). Publisher: Ponte Vedra Publishing; (December 2003).

Psychiatric Medications and Our Children : A Parents Guide. by Herbert Wagemaker and A. Herbert Wagemaker. Should we medicate kids? Parents across the country are asking this question

Psychiatric Medications and Our Children : A Parents Guide. Should we medicate kids? Parents across the country are asking this question. Many voices are attempting to answer, but often the answers are misleading. Spokespersons from the entertainment industry, government, and other venues that don’t have the Experience or knowledge are voicing their opinions.

If psychiatrists, parents, schools, or drug companies are not the culprit, who is? . What if more children were struggling with severe psychiatric problems and actually the problem was not over-treatment but increased need?

If psychiatrists, parents, schools, or drug companies are not the culprit, who is? The answer is potentially more complicated and more worrisome. Is it possible that the increased use of medication is not the problem but a symptom? What if more children were struggling with severe psychiatric problems and actually the problem was not over-treatment but increased need? Surely, if we discovered more children were being treated for diabetes or immune problems, we wouldn’t blame the providers or the parents. We’d be asking what drives the increase in incidence.

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Parents Guide to Children and Multiple Medications . When children have complex psychiatric symptoms, or aren’t responding adequately to a medication they are taking, doctors often recommend adding another medication. Taking multiple psychoactive medications is called polypharmacy. And studies show that the number of children taking more than one medication is soaring.

Psychiatry offers medical students a unique experience because psychiatric diagnosis is established by clinical interview but not based on a laboratory test or an X-ray. Medical students may need time to adjust to this specialty because it involves treatment modality such as psychotherapy or electroconvulsive therapy which are not found in other medical or surgical disciplines. The duration of undergraduate posting in psychiatry is 6 weeks and it poses a challenge for medical students to master psychiatric knowledge and skills in a short period of time

SHOULD WE MEDICATE KIDS?

Parents across the country are asking this question. Many voices are attempting to answer, but often the answers are misleading. Spokespersons from the entertainment industry, government, and other venues that dont have the Experience or knowledge are voicing their opinions.

Parents want the answers to other questions as well...

* How do these medications work? * What are the side effects? * What are the long-term effects? * How safe are these medications? * Will medications lead to drug abuse? * Are we drugging kids to control them? * How long will my child have to be on medications? * Will my child outgrow ADHD?

Dr. Herbert Wagemaker, M.D. attempts to answer these questions and others in his new book, Psychiatric Medications and Our Children, A Parents Guide. Dr. Wagemaker speaks as a clinician, teacher, and researcher, with 35 years of experience in the field. His book goes into neurophysiology, neuropathology, how the brain works, and what goes wrong with it. He also discusses the causes of these illnesses and how they are treated. The book is written in a format that a lay person can understand and relate to.

Parents are ultimately responsible for the care of their children. To do this, they must be informed. Dr. Wagemaker gives them the information they need to make informed choices about the treatment of their children.

Psychiatric Medications and our Children: A Parent's Guide ebook
Author:
Herbert Wagemaker,Ann Buchholz
Category:
Parenting
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Publisher:
Ponte Vedra Publishing (December 2003)
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222 pages
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