Five Common Misconceptions of Attention Deficit HyperActivity Disorder

If you’re a parent of a child who’s recently been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may be devastated and overwhelmed. If you’re an adult who’s recently been diagnosed, you may be going through various stages of grief after learning that your lifelong difficulties can now be explained by a medical condition. For... Continue Reading →

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Attention Deficit HyperActivity Disorder

An Overview ADHD in Adults Part 2 Causes and Diagnosis and Treatment Options Cause and Diagnosis The causes remain unknown, but ADHD can be diagnosed and effectively treated. Many resources are available to support families in managing ADHD behaviors when they occur. Exactly what causes ADHD has not been pinpointed, though many professionals believe neurobiological... Continue Reading →

Seven Tips To Calming Your Child’s Anxiety Attacks

She’s trembling, she can’t breathe, and she’s hyperventilating, all at the same time. She panics, you panic. Welcome to the world of anxiety attacks. They can come on suddenly and without warning to people who suffer from anxiety. We went to a Medical Professional and he prescribed some medications which have helped. Not being a big... Continue Reading →

Facts, Fiction and ADHD What You Can Do About Adhd Beginning in the Next 3 Minutes

Talk about your treatment targets and think of a strategy to handle problem scenarios once your kid is off medication. The medication may not operate at first. Medications are often helpful in managing many symptoms, but not all of them. Knowing the available medications will help you decide on the ideal treatment choice for you... Continue Reading →

ADHD Symptoms and Types

 ADHD symptoms usually occur in two or more areas of a person’s life: home, work, school, and social relationships. ADHD is also referred to as attention deficit disorder (ADD) when hyperactivity or impulsivity is not present. Attention deficit disorder begins in childhood (although it may not be diagnosed until later in life). The symptoms of inattention... Continue Reading →

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