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In this report you will learn about what ADHD is and isnt. What are the symptoms of the condition? How do doctors diagnose it in children, adults? Are there treatment options? Where can parents turn to for help on a daily basis? All of these questions will be answered in the next few pages. For those suffering from ADHD and the ones who love them, you are not alone.
In this ebook we explore deeper the effects ADD/ADHD can have on not only the sufferer, but also the family. Many misperceptions still exist in society, as demonstrated by the results of a random poll regarding the prevalence of ADD/ADHD in girls versus boys, as well as continued misdiagnoses of the disorder itself. Understanding these mistaken beliefs is very important, as they may lead to fewer specialist referrals and under-representation in clinical based studies. In addition, the survey also polled children living with ADD/ADHD, which revealed that gender has a great impact in diagnosing and treating the disorder.
We have an informative tips section on how to safely and naturally overcome test anxiety-a common but influential factor for why students feel pressured to use stimulants. In addition, cold and flu season is officially underway, but it's not too late to support immunity and boost resistance against germs and viruses! However, if you've already begun starting to feel the symptoms of a bug, stop and read this first! Many OTC cold and flu medications can be dangerous when combined... particularly those for ADD/ADHD.
Hyperactivity refers to a physical state in which a person is easily excitable and exhibits an abnormally high level of activity. People who are said to be hyperactive are constantly moving and on the go.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in children, commonly referred to as ADHD, is characterized by poor concentration, hyperactivity, distractibility, and impulsiveness that are inappropriate for the child's age.
Adult ADHD is a neurological brain disorder that presents itself as a persistent pattern of inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity that is more frequent and severe than is typically observed in individuals at the same level of mental development.
Children (under 12 years of age) with attention deficit disorder lack the ability to focus and concentrate. Attention deficit disorder in children affects daily functioning, as they may have difficulty in completing their school work and are often in trouble with parents and teachers. This is similar to adults with ADD who often experience problems at work or in relationships.
Those experiencing adult ADD symptoms may find it hard to follow directions, remember information, concentrate, organize tasks, or complete work within time limits. If these difficulties are not managed appropriately, they can cause associated behavioral, social, emotional, vocational, and academic problems.
There is much still to learn about ADHD and how its effects can trickle down from the person suffering to family members, friends, co-workers, and other relationships. This month we are bringing to you Native Remedies' latest addition... a specialized ebook focusing on ADHD related issues. In this ebook we explore the interrelationship between genetics and the disorder - although the link is not explicitly understood, a strong correlation has been found in numerous studies.
As the research grows and the link between ADD/ADHD and other disorders becomes even more defined, there is more and more information available on how to manage the resulting effects. The impact ADD/ADHD has on academics, work, and relationships is severe. Two recent studies have uncovered even more disturbing news about the health risks associated with the misdiagnosis or mistreatment of ADD/ADHD.
Dont let ADD/ADHD interfere with personal success. Studies from the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry show adults with ADD/ADHD have significantly less educational and occupational achievements than their peers, relative to anticipated accomplishments based on intellect.
For children who have been properly diagnosed, controlling symptoms can be a manageable and attainable task. However, for children who have been misdiagnosed, the outcome can be frustrating for both child and parent. One of the latest discoveries of a study shows that hyper vigilance caused by traumatic experiences can strongly resemble ADD/ADHD.