Author: Jon Arnold

How To Treat Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

Attention Deficit Disorder, also known as ADD, is thought be to genetic, based on information collected in various studies. This means that children inherit it from their parents, and it can show up in a child even if neither parent has ever been diagnosed with it. Studies continue to find out new things about this affliction, and therefore the diagnosis of it as well as proper and preferred treatment of it continue to change and evolve as doctors being to understand it better. ADD is not limited to children, and many people who have this affliction lead a normal...

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Identifying Attention Deficit Disorder In Your Child

Kids will be kids and all of them are different. Kids get excited about different things, and get very excited about things that adults may find to be only mildly interesting, if interesting at all. So how do you know if your child has Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or is simply being a normal kid? Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD, also sometimes known as ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is difficult to diagnose accurately. In many ways it is a subjective option of the doctor since there is little scientific evidence to definitely state whether or not a...

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Identifying And Coping With Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder is a neurological dysfunction but your best chances of coping with it and making it better for the afflicted child (or adult) is an early diagnosis. Learn to identify the signs of ADD and ADHD and be aware of a consistent display of these symptoms. Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD, sometimes also referred to as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD needs to be diagnosed as early as possible to provide treatment and even a possible cure for the afflicted person. But in reality, the diagnosis of ADD should be considered a start to the process,...

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