July 26, 2011 (2:14)
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Handling Hyper-Active Child
My child is very active and cannot sit still to do his school work. I am not able to get my child to focus on his studies. What should I do?
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Are you really sure that your child could have ADHD? Did you know that there are up to thirty medical conditions which all have similar symptoms? Obviously it would be better to check these out first and have your doctor check them. I am thinking of the main ones which are allergies, eyesight problems, hearing difficulties, sleep challenges and thyroid conditions just to name the most common ones. They may be just having difficulty at school because of a learning disorder while their behavior is perfectly normal at home.
But, the main ADHD symptoms should be viewed as those which are holding your child back in his development and they seem to be taking over your child's life. These can range from reckless and risky behavior to distraction and an almost total inability to stay on task.
Did you know that boys with ADHD are three times as numerous as girls who have this condition? It is alarming to discover that both boys and girls can get instant reward and gratification from video games, and other computerized toys which makes it very hard for them to see longer term rewards for example, when they have to study.
Studies show that boys tend to be more disruptive when they are on video games or immediately after playing with them. In contrast to that, it has been shown that after green time exercise and time spent in the open air, boys tend to be less disruptive and can also focus better.
These then are just two aspects of how we must take the child's environment and activities into account when deciding a treatment plan for boys with ADHD.
People with ADHD are annoying. This is a common perception and the person's reaction very much depends on how much they know about ADHD. The person with ADHD should be aware of how annoying the bouncing and speed talking is and should either take medicine to calm down or some other treatment such as a herbal remedy or homeopathy which can work really well, in some cases.
It is in relationships that most often problems arise. The partner may not realise that ADHD is at the root of all the problems with forgetting appointments and commitments and may interpreted as a lack of respect or something worse. The person with the ADHD is conscious of the constant pestering so that is why they should be doing something about their condition so that relationships will not suffer too much.
Teens with ADHD have all the problems that normal teenagers have plus the added difference of ADHD. Whether we call it a difference or a minor mental disorder, the problems remain the same. The main ones seem to be dealing with peer pressure and also the inevitable conflicts with parents. Some of the problems centre around taking their meds at school so it is a good idea here to get their medicine changed to extended release so that they do not have this embarrassment. Then there are problems with discipline and behavior at home. They may react negatively if there are too many house rules so we have to illustrate the great value of compromise. We have to be the role models! That is not always easy. We also have to teach them self control especially if impulsivity is one of their symptoms. They are more at risk of getting into trouble and having earlier sexual experiences than normal teenagers.
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