Focalin Xr as a Treatment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

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Focalin Xr

Focalin XR is an extended-release stimulant medication that helps control behaviors and improve focus by elevating levels of chemicals naturally found in the brain. Focalin XR is a brand-name drug that is also known by the generic name dexmethylphenidate. Focalin XR is often prescribed to manage the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, including impulsivity. Focalin XR helps people with ADHD sit still and quietly and helps them to pay attention. Focalin XR slowly releases medication over time and also releases an immediate dose of medication. Focalin XR can be prescribed to treat ADHD in children age 6 years old and older.

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