ADHD Guide Attention Deficit Disorder: Coping with Mental Disorder such as ADHD in Children and Adults, Promoting Adhd Parenting: Helping with Hyperactivity and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Helping with Hyperactivity and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is diagnosed in children although both adolescents and adults can have it, too. The most common symptoms are not being able to focus, continuous hyperactivity, and uncontrollable behavior. Using the services of a professional is needed to obtain the correct diagnosis. A set of informational books would be helpful because they can provide information and direction to obtain the appropriate medical help.
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Speedy Publishing LLC
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Published on
Jun 15, 2017
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Pages
220
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ISBN
9781633835610
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English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD-ADHD)
Family & Relationships / Children with Special Needs
Family & Relationships / Parenting / Fatherhood
Family & Relationships / Parenting / Motherhood
Health & Fitness / Children's Health
Psychology / Psychopathology / Attention-Deficit Disorder (ADD-ADHD)
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In this groundbreaking guide, respected nutrition expert Karen Ryan
shatters the stigma of ADHD and offers an eye-opening new look at this
long-misunderstood condition. Dispelling the myths that have come to
define ADHD as an irreversible disorder, Karen shares the many facets
that make up this gift while offering an abundance of drug-free
strategies through which a child’s true creativity and character can
shine.

ADHD Is Not a Four-Letter Word: Drug-Free Strategies
for Managing the Gift That Is ADHD is a no-nonsense book designed to
help those who live with children and teens with ADHD. There is no
confusing scientific jargon here—just easy, everyday strategies to help
kids get back on track. Inside, you’ll learn all about the following,
and so much more:

- the real short-term and long-term consequences of treating ADHD with conventional drugs

- a safe, alternative multi-pronged treatment approach that addresses ADHD from angles drug therapy simply cannot

- hidden environmental triggers that can exacerbate ADHD

- techniques to restore a child’s productivity at school and beyond to help pave the way to a promising future

There
are many different sides to ADHD and therefore no one-size-fits-all
solution. Unlock the door to managing ADHD with better nutrition,
improved behavioral support, and targeted education. And take back the
reins without relying on dangerous medications and subjecting your child
to their adverse effects. Thriving with ADHD is possible—and the
secrets to making it happen are all right here in this comprehensive
guide.

 

Evan, five years old, hardly stands, much less sits, still for more than a few moments. Jessie is eight -- she's adorable...she never finishes anything on time...she's a dreamer. Cal is fifteen -- he is so impulsive that his parents worry he'll try drugs on a whim.

What do these kids have in common? Do they remind you of your own children?

The most talked-about childhood syndrome of the eighties and nineties is ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). This developmental disorder disrupts a child's life and often results in low self-esteem, poor grades and even social and emotional problems. These problems usually are not outgrown -- without help. But does your child have ADHD?

ADHD is characterized by the following groups of behaviors:

Inattention

-- making careless mistakes

-- difficulty sustaining attention

-- problems with listening

-- failure to finish schoolwork or chores

-- difficulties organizing

-- trouble sustaining mental efforts

-- losing things

-- being easily distracted

-- forgetfulness

Hyperactivity/Impulsivity

-- fidgeting/squirming

-- trouble staying seated

-- inappropriate running/climbing

-- difficulty playing quietly

-- being on the go/driven

-- talking excessively

-- blurting out answers

-- difficulty awaiting turn

-- often interrupting

All children display many of these behaviors at some point. But-according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association, Fourth Edition, for a child to be diagnosed with ADHD, six or more of these symptoms of inattention and/or hyperactivity/impulsivity must have persisted for at least six months.

Is Your Child Hyperactive? Inattentive? Impulsive? Distractible? offers an invaluable step-by-step program already used by thousands of parents to help you change these behaviors at home. Don't just watch it happen; help your child help himself.
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