ADHD is quite a prevalent childhood disorder today, affecting millions of children, and even adults across the world. Approximately 3-7% of children who are school-aged have this disruptive disorder. ADHD is a neurological condition that develops during childhood, and which can persist into adulthood. It is actually imperative that if your child exhibits symptoms of ADHD, that you start managing it immediately. Yes, all children do tend to exhibit some of the characteristics of ADHD, such as daydreaming, thoughtlessness, restlessness, and so on, but true ADHD symptoms are long-term – they are severe enough to impair anyone’s everyday functionality.
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Here’s what you will find in this report:
- About ADHD
- Look at these symptoms that you might see in your child
- Symptoms of ADHD in an adult
- When do symptoms of ADHD start appearing in a child?
- What causes someone to develop ADHD?
- What is ADHD treatment?
- Foods which make the symptoms of ADHD worse
- When all is said and done