You really seem to think that just throwing medication at all of these things will help solve problems. “Give the kid Benadryl, something not approved for this use,” when you could supply melatonin pills(or even gummies special made for kids!) which is already produced by your body to make you sleepy. Sometimes these problems aren’t caused by ADHD or the medication by the way(such as sleeplessness. I don’t sleep because I don’t want to sleep, I still get tired, but it’s blamed on my ADHD), and certain things like rebound should just be ridden out instead of just drugging your kid again.
I’m not anti-ADHD medication, but you seem to recommend solving any problem the kid has with their disorder by throwing more medication at it, which doesn’t seem healthy to me.
Sneaking it into your morning smoothie, baked or stir-fried veggies, tea, or any variety of ways is pretty easy these days. Most health stores carry turmeric in its root form, but you can also purchase it as a supplement or grab it from your grocery store's spice section. While there's technically no best way to add turmeric to your diet, "adding fresh or powder form of turmeric into recipes is a great way to consume smaller amounts," while "taking supplements will have higher doses [and] can have more of [the] anti-inflammatory effects," Barnes said. It's also important to buy powder or supplement forms of turmeric from a reputable source with no other additives to decrease your chances of negative side effects.
In addition to what's happening behind closed doors and in your own head, too much masturbation can also be disruptive to your life, your routine and your attitude toward friendships and work. Though it's a rare, extreme case, Geter says if you're neglecting various parts of your life to spend more time masturbating, watching porn and touching yourself, then you have reason to feel concern. "If you find yourself neglecting other important areas of life such as work, relationships, or social life or if you feel shame or guilt when masturbating, it is time to seek therapy. Again, it's not ceasing masturbating [necessarily, just] finding ways to improve stress management such as adding other beneficial forms of exercise," Geter recommends.