ADHD & ADD and Child Focusing Disorder
ADHD – Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
ADHD is a common neurodevelopment disorder that typically appears in early childhood, usually before the age of seven. It can get severe if not properly treated and taken care of; Kids suffering from ADHD needs a special attention, care and proper homeopathic medication. Our teams of medical specialists have assured result to problems like ADHD and ADD.
ADHD makes it difficult for children to inhibit their spontaneous responses – responses that can involve everything from movement to speech to attentiveness and focusing in day to day life.
Your child might have difficulties in focusing on studies, while playing, or when you instruct them to work but they cannot work accordingly such kids are criticized for being lazy and undisciplined. However, they may have ADHD.
It can be difficult to distinguish between ADHD and normal “kid behavior.” If you spot just a few signs, or the symptoms appear only in some situations, it’s probably not ADHD. But, if your child zones out wherever he goes or whatever he does like at school while in class, while playing or at home or when you call them and instruct them clearly for doing any task and they fail to do it from time to time but, what if that happens a lot? What if this happens continuously? Than it might be a matter of concern and it’s time to take a closer look.
They just need help with their inattentiveness and focus. Trouble with focus isn’t about being lazy or rude.
Many kids struggle with focus no kid is dumb. You can help your child get better at focusing and recovering well from ADHD and ADD like any other normal kid.
Signs and symptoms:
- Trouble in focusing
- Inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive
- Inattentive, but not hyperactive or impulsive
- Fidgeting and squirming while seated
- Seem to not listen when spoken to directly
- Fail to not follow through on instructions, fail to finish schoolwork, chores or start tasks but quickly lose focus and get easily sidetracked
- Have problems organizing tasks and activities, such as doing tasks in sequence, keeping materials and belongings in order, managing time.
- Avoid or dislike tasks that require sustained mental effort, such as schoolwork or homework.
- Lose things necessary for tasks or activities, such as school supplies, pencils, books, eraser etc.
- Become easily distracted by unrelated thoughts or stimuli
- Getting up and moving around in classroom.
- Running or dashing around or climbing here and there.
- Being constantly in motion or “on the go”.
- Interrupting or intruding on others, for example in conversations, games, or activities.