Ordinary Behavior? Or Could it be ADHD?

Almost all children have behavior issues from time to time. But, for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), behavioral problems are persistent and occur over a long period of time — creating school, home, and social challenges.

Problems generally associated with ADHD in children are those of inattention, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. Not every child with ADHD has every symptom, or experiences symptoms to the same degree.

Common ADHD symptoms for children include:

         Easily distracted                              
         Trouble remaining seated
         Poorly organized homework             
         Frequently interrupts others

Think your child could have ADHD? Call your Healthcare Professional today.





In the United States, approximately 9% of the school-age population is  
diagnosed with ADHD. Within that group, twice as many boys are diagnosed with ADHD as girls.
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