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It is far too easy for todays psychiatrists to label Americas children with ADHD Out of their own laziness and greed these children are chemically straight-jacketed to shut them up or make it difficult for them to move After many visits to these psychiatrists looking for answers parents are finally persuaded to drug their children While on these drugs they are easier to deal with only because they take away their personalities making them almost robotic as if they are not there at all For this reason many parents have chosen to take their children off of these drugs They have found out that drugs are not the answer Experts have hidden agendas behind diagnosing a child with ADHD There isnt a single normal childhood activity that isnt considered a so called symptom of ADHD which include inattention hyperactivity and inability to follow directions If these are the criteria for ADHD then every child in America should have ADHD Psychiatry invented these criteria and is using it to manipulate society to addict our children to drugs First psychiatrists convince the parents that their child has ADHD by suggesting that they have a chemical imbalance The truth is that the only chemical imbalance there is is the one caused by the Ritalin Parents are also told that their childrens grades will suffer without drugs Teachers also play a part in labeling our children If for any reason the teacher decides that there is a problem it is very difficult to escape being labeled Normally these are the smartest and most active children in a class In reality no study has proven an increase in the learning ability for a child on Ritalin Obviously todays treatments are not working in our society Ritalin is one of the most dangerous and addictive drugs today Ritalins effect on the body is equivalent to cocaine or amphetamines the only difference being that Ritalin is more potent and lasts
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