How do medications treat dyspraxia?

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Low doses of stimulant drugs such as Ritalin and Dexedrine have been used to treat learning disabilities like dyspraxia for several years. These medications temporarily help children and adults concentrate and become more focused. Ritalin is effective for three to four hours and Dexedrine for four to six hours.

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