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ADHD – How to Determine the Symptoms Right Away.

There is a phase in a child’s life where they cant seem to stop running all over the place. They cant wait for their and when class starts to get boring, they space out. All kids go through that stage, even you went through that stage of never ending running and unlimited sleeping when classes are back. The tough part is knowing that your child is normal or does he have ADHD; the problem with ADHD is that it looks normal when kids have it but you start to wonder if your kid is not a kid anymore but acts like one still. How can you find out if your kids really does have ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder; are there other symptoms you can look into?

You need to know that there is about eighteen diagnostic criteria that you can check for determination if the child really does have ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder or was it just a phase. Studies show that there are three major symptoms for ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder, its inattention, hyperactivity and implusivity. Each of the major symptoms will have lists of behaviors that will describe a child with ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder. You need to know that a child with ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder can’t sit still for a moment and will always touch things because kids with ADHD loves to fidget. A that child will meet about twelve of the eighteen criteria for diagnostics will be a prospect for ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder. This means that the child is likely to have ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder. The criteria must be presented before the kid reaches seven years old and must be in different settings. Make sure that the child has been causing problems for at least six months and has to be consistent. The eighteen diagnostic criteria only describe ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder in only once facet. You need to understand that children with ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder are not limited to the three major symptoms, there’s more.

A hard fact that half of the kids that have ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder are also diagnosed with other disorders. Anxiety problems, depression and learning disorders are among the many. Kids with ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder will have higher chances of having allergies. Motor coordination problems as well as insomnia and asthma as well. The additional problems come out because ADHD or attention deficit hyperactive disorder is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain.

As soon as you notice that something is not right, contact your doctor right away for diagnostics.

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