ADHD could be defined as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The name itself tells what does the meaning of that. This is the disease that mostly affects the children and teen agers but some might adult also have this disease. If your Children have ADHD than it may become more hyperactive, lazy and we can’t able to control their impulses. They can’t able to focus on one thing, they become more they may have trouble paying attention. These behaviors interfere with school and home life.It’s more common in boys than in girls. It’s usually discovered during the early school years when a child begins to have problems paying attention.Adults with ADHD may have trouble managing time, being organized, setting goals, and holding down a job. They may also have problems with relationships, self-esteem, and addiction.


An inability to integrate into social, academic, or work-related settings is a pattern seen in people with a history of ADHD. In childhood, a person with ADHD may have academic problems, as the condition affects a person’s ability to concentrate and focus on tasks. Because they are unable to organize their work or pay attention to their studies, children with ADHD may try to distract other children in the class.




Biological causes are at the root of ADHD. Specifically, neurological imbalances in the brain are thought to be responsible for the symptoms exhibited by a person with ADHD. In the brain, chemicals called neurotransmitters help send messages throughout the body. Scientific studies show that certain neurotransmitters are lower in quantity or are lacking in people with ADHD.


Even though the neurological imbalances are present in people with ADHD, the exact cause is unclear. In many cases, ADHD appears to be largely genetic, since children with ADHD are four times more likely to have close family members with the same medical condition, and it is much more common in identical twins than in non-identical twins or siblings. Scientific research has not yet discovered the chromosomes that may be responsible for the condition.


During pregnancy or after birth, certain factors may damage the brain and alter its function. During pregnancy, exposure to the baby’s developing the brain to radiation, alcohol, or other factors may lead to this condition. Low birth weight may also increase the risk of ADHD. After birth, the development of certain infectious diseases that affect the brain tissue, such as meningitis or encephalitis, may affect the way the brain sends signals and contributes to the symptoms associated with ADHD.


Food additives and refined sugar are sometimes blamed for causing ADHD or making symptoms worse. There is no conclusive evidence to show that refined sugar worsens ADHD symptoms. Research suggests that artificial food coloring may increase hyperactive behavior among both hyperactive children and children from the general population.



An attention deficit problem is officially described as a disorder when it is developmentally inappropriate and the symptoms first appear before the age of 7 and significantly interfere with functioning in at least two settings including school, work, family, or social life.

• fidgeting or squirming excessively
• having difficulty remaining seated
• being easily distracted
• not paying attention to details
• having difficulty organizing tasks
• being forgetful
• having difficulty awaiting his or her turn in games
• blurting out answers to questions
• having difficulty following instructions
• having difficulty sustaining attention
• shifting from one activity to another
• having difficulty playing quietly
• often talking excessively
• often interrupting
• often not listening to what is said
• often losing things
• often engaging in dangerous activities


ADHD is diagnosed on the basis of a combination of the symptoms listed above. These symptoms must interfere seriously with at least two major areas of a person’s life, such as school, home, or another setting (e.g., an extracurricular activity). Also, the child must show these symptoms constantly. There are no specific blood tests, scans, or electronic tests of brain activity that are particularly helpful in making the diagnosis. A specialist determines whether the behavioral problems associated with the condition are a continuous problem that requires treatment. This should be done with questionnaires and rating scales completed by the child’s parents and teachers. It’s possible that people not diagnosed with ADHD may show the symptoms as adults. Studies show that many children with ADHD show signs of the condition in their adult lives.


People with ADHD are especially sensitive to sensory stimuli such as noise, touch, and visual cues. They can easily be overstimulated, leading to changes in behavior that may include aggressiveness. Many people think ADHD and ADD (attention deficit disorder) are two different conditions, but they are in fact two names for the same condition. Other names no longer in use are minimal brain dysfunction (MBD) and hyperactivity. Sydney homeopathic care is the leading homeopathy clinic providing safe and natural homeopathy treatment from more than 10 years. We provide the best homeopathic treatment and remedies for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder(ADHD) in sydney, Australia. Start your treatment.


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