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Last Updated: 02 February 2022

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ADHD and comorbidity: The role of pharmacotherapy

The incidence of ADHD has risen in children and adolescents in recent years. Children with ADHD can help them manage their cognitive deficits and adapt to various settings with self-awareness, self-management, and self-control. The present research explores the comorbidity of ADHD with other mental and developmental disorders, as well as the role and effectiveness of drug therapy in order to raise the quality of life of these children.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.47577/tssj.v27i1.5415


The Emergence of ADHD Comorbidity in School-Aged Children with ASD Impacts Resting-State Brain Networks Dynamics

Results: In school-aged children with ASD with ASD who have ASD, we observed a decreased prevalence of all temporal variables of microstate map B, relative to TD peers. Compared to children with ASD+ADHD that were ASD+ADHD, there was a significantly reduced risk of map B in children with ASD+ADHD than those with ASD-only. In addition, children with ASD+ADHD had a greater prevalence in time coverage and occurrence for microstate map A than those with ASD-only and TD children. Map E of the ASD+ADHD group has a poorer spatial association with map E of ASD-only and TD groups, which is less apparent spatially related to map E of ASD-only and TD groups. An increase in all temporal parameters of map B in TD children, but not in children with ASD, despite the ADHD comorbidity. Conclusion: Our findings show that ADHD comorbidity in school-aged children with ASD has an effect on spatial organization and temporal dynamics of whole-brain networks.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1156053/v1


Headache in ADHD as comorbidity and a side effect of medications: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Abstract The association of headache and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, as well as headache and ADHD medications, has mixed results. This systematic review and meta-analysis looked at the co-occurrence of headache in children with ADHD and the effects of ADHD drugs on headaches in children with ADHD. Until January 26, 2021, Embase, Medline, and PsycInfo were among the 2021 population-based and clinical studies comparing the prevalence of headache in ADHD and controls. [odds ratio = 2. 01, 95% confidence interval = 1. 63–2. 46], which was highly significant in epidemiological studies, but not so many studies reporting ORs adjusted for potential confounders]. The prevalence of headaches in children with ADHD with ADHD was 26. 6 percent. According to the narrator's account, headache is common in children with ADHD, both as part of the clinical presentation as such and as a side effect of certain common medications.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s0033291721004141

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