There are currently a number of resources that are used primarily with ADHD. Methylphenidate is the means by which often as first tried, but it doesn’t sufficiently for everyone. Then there are a number of ‘second choice drugs’, including dextroamphetamine and some antidepressants. The operation of these drugs varies, making ‘second choice drugs’ sometimes works better. Is it possible (eg. through QEEG’s or other brain scans) to show what the difference is in how the medication works in different ADHD’ers? And, on this basis, a classification of ‘ types of ADHD ‘? can we get to the point where a We a simple scan can determine beforehand which medication is probably the best for you, so that people no longer have to struggle for weeks with medication that is not effective and disturbing?