Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a kind of mental disorder of children. It is most commonly diagnosed disease in children and teens and that can continue into the adulthood. Children diagnosed with ADHD may be hyperactive and unable to control their impulses. In addition they may experience trouble in paying attention. ADHD is more commonly found in boys than in girls and usually discovered in early school years, when a child experience problems while paying attention in school.
During adulthood, a person with ADHD finds it difficult to manage time, become organized, set goals, and hold down a job.
There are several distinct signs of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) but those have been divided in three groups:
The main causes of ADHD are as follows:
Some of the precautions necessary while suffering from ADHD disorder are as follows:
The diagnosis of ADHD can be done by parents while parenting. The doctor may go in for assessments for diagnosing the ADHD conditions. The assessment may include a physical examination, a series of interviews with the child or the patient, interviews or reports from other significant people, such as partners, parents and teachers etc. so as to gain insights on the patient behaviour.
The diagnosis of the ADHD is done only if the child is displaying the same conduct and behaviour for more than 6 months, having symptoms before the age of 12, and these conditions are making his or her life complex at social and academic levels. For adults the alertness, the attentiveness, the impulsiveness are assessed by the doctor and based on the social life the diagnosis is done.
Some of the home remedies to overcome the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder disorder are as follows:
Some of the home remedies to overcome the ADHD disorder are as follows:
According to the experts, the ADHD is a lifelong condition. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, sometimes, may not be diagnosed until adulthood. And, the fact is that in majority of cases the condition of ADHD doesn't go away in adulthood.
Stress is universally known to be the stimulant factor for various mental problems. In the case of ADHD, stress is the factor that aggravates the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms especially in adults who find it hard to focus and filter out excess stimuli, which increases stress levels.