Have you ever heard someone say “that child does not have ADHD, he just has bad parents” or “that person does not have ADHD, they are just unorganized”. Wake up to modern medicine people, because nearly every mainstream medical, psychological, and educational organization in the United States long ago concluded that Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a real, brain-based medical disorder. In fact ADHD is one of the most common brain function disorders, that affects emotion, learning, and memory. Recent data indicates that up to 8-10% of school age children “pass the test” for having ADHD.
There are Three Types of ADHD
- Inattentive – the person shows a lack of focus in many areas but does not have problems with impulsivity or hyperactivity. This used to be called ADD.
- Hyperactivity – the person doesn’t have a problem focusing, but has issues with…
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