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The symptoms of ADHD typically appear before the age of seven, but it is unlikely to present itself in an infant. One should rather wait longer to see if the child has ADHD.

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Q: Are there any symptoms of adhd in my infant that I should look for?
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Please what are the symptoms of ADHD in children that i should look out for. And also what types of food should i give or avoid giving my child that could help in treating ADHD symptoms.?

Diet info here www.vaxa.com/ADHD-diet-information.cfm www.helpguide.org/mental/adhd_add_signs_symptoms.htm for symptoms


Where could I look online to find the symptoms of ADHD?

The main symptoms of ADHD are inattention and hyperactivity, as the name suggests. For a full rundown of more specific behaviors, check out this WebMD article: http://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/guide/adhd-symptoms .


How do you know if your dog has ADHD?

Potentially, look for the same symptoms as found in humans.


Is it possible to have ADHD like behavior and not ADHD?

Of course! Misdiagnoses are common, especially in mental disorders. This is partly because the symptoms do not necessarily lead to the disease, but also because many different disorders can have similar symptoms. In particular, symptoms of OCD and ADHD can look very much alike but they are actually opposite malfunctions of the same part of the brain. In OCD this part of the brain is overactive and in ADHD it is underactive. Unfortunately, this has often led to diagnoses of "comorbid" ADHD and OCD, but researchers are discovering that the brain processes are actually opposite, which means it would be impossible to have both at the same time.


I was born perfectly and I do not know why do I have ADHD?

ADHD and other psychatric disorders are usually genetically linked. Does anyone in your family have hyperactivity or impulsivity problems? Often times, you can look into your families history and find others who exhibit common symptoms. If not the above mentioned symptoms, how about obsessive-compulsive or depression? Often times psychiatric conditions travel in pairs and OCD is quite common in people with ADHD.


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You should look for headache, rash, difficulty breathing/irregular breathing, dizziness, and nausea. For a complete list of symptoms, you can check (http://www.buzzle.com/articles/toxic-black-mold-symptoms-poisoning.html).


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What are misconceptions about ADHD?

ADHD has numerous medical evidence to verify the legitimacy of the disorder; however, there are still many misconceptions about ADHD. These include but are not limited to the following:All kids with ADHD are hyper - Some individuals have the inattentive subtype and do not display and hyperactive symptoms. These individuals can look 'normal' for a person to watch but be unable to focus.ADHD is caused by bad parenting - Numerous medical reports verify the disorder is related to chemical deficiency within the brain (too little dopamine).Medication is the only effective way at treating ADHD - The best treatment for ADHD is a combination of medical treatments. In some cases, medication does not work for ADHD and psychotherapy and other treatments are needed.

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