The symptoms of adult ADHD are the same as those experienced by children with ADHD, but it is usually more difficult to recognize these symptoms in adults
No. ADHD is a diagnosis that is made with a list of symptoms; these symptoms include restlessness, lack of focus, and fidgeting. These symptoms can be found in almost any child just being a 'kid'. The combination of symptoms and severity make the diagnosis of ADHD.
how do I tell if my child is showing signs of ADHD at 5years old would help if you can show me some answers
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.
Lack of concentration and restlessness are two symptoms of ADHD.
Diet info here www.vaxa.com/ADHD-diet-information.cfm www.helpguide.org/mental/adhd_add_signs_symptoms.htm for symptoms
There is a diet to help children with ADHD to control the symptoms that come with this disorder. It is proven that some foods can help or make you child's symptoms worse. To help control your child's ADHD symptoms give them less foods that have large amounts of sugar and more vegatables and fruits. Also, certain nuts and fish can help control the symptoms of ADHD. If you would like to learn more go to http://www.webmd.com.
adhd starts off when you are a child. Some children will and can simple grow out of adhd where as others who dont grow out of the symptoms may be stuck with the disease for life.
There have been links found between ADHD symptoms and diet. It is best to avoid anything with caffeine and sugar. Check out http://www.adhdchildparenting.com/adhd-child-diet-therapy.php
Most children are not diagnosed with ADHD until around age 7 or 8. This is due to being in a school environment where hyperactive behavior is not acceptable; however, for a diagnosis of ADHD the child must have had symptoms before age 7.
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 .