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Non-Stimulant ADHD Medication Overview

treat ADHD symptoms:Stimulant medications are typically the first choice to treat ADHD symptoms because they work for 70-80% of people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD)1. When stimulants don’t work, or patients experience severe side effects, non-stimulant ADHD medication is the most common second-line treatment.Non-stimulant ADHD medications are considered second-line or third-line treatments because the level of benefits and response rates are significantly lower.

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treat ADHD symptoms:Stimulant medications are typically the first choice to treat ADHD symptoms because they work for 70-80% of people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD)1. When stimulants don’t work, or patients experience severe side effects, non-stimulant ADHD medication is the most common second-line treatment.Non-stimulant ADHD medications are considered second-line or third-line treatments because the level of benefits and response rates are significantly lower.
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