ADHD in Children: The ‘Fictitious Disease’ Called ADHD!

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Recently, Mr. Eisenberg made a luxurious living off of his “fictitious disease,” thanks to pharmaceutical sales and thanks to his research of adhd in children. That is the reason why he received the wonderful Ruane Prize for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Research. Actually, according to Psychiatric News, for more than 40 years, he has been a leader in child psychiatry, and he has been involved in different works in pharmacological trials, teaching, researching and social policy and for his will-known theories of autism and social medicine.

ADHD is a real example of a fictitious disease-were his words, in his last interview given in 2009, when he was 87 years old. Unfortunately, this great scientific father of ADHD ( which means Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), is not between us anymore.

Some people think that his statement is an exaggeration, but a great number of doctors around the world also came to the conclusion that by the use of fuzzy diagnostic practices ADHD is very often over diagnosed. Jerome Kagan, famous as a Harvard psychologist and as one of the world’s leading experts in child development, says:

If we go back 50 years, we can see a 7-year-old child who is actually bored in school and disrupts classes. At that time, this very same child would be called lazy. Nowadays, he is said to suffer from ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). . . . Nowadays, every child who’s not good at school is sent to visit a pediatrician, and the pediatricians say that the reason is ADHD.  In fact, about 80 percent of these 5.4 million kids don’t have any kind of an abnormal dopamine metabolism. The main problem is that if a drug is available to doctors, they’ll find a way to diagnose, so they can prescribe a drug.

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