"I was trying to daydream but my mind kept wandering." The quote by Steven Wright shows that the person has lot thoughts that are going through his or her mind. Also, the quote shows that the person is inattentive. This means that he or she have an enormous energy store in his or herself. Having time to explore is one of the magnificent things that children often do. Children have an enthusiasm to learn the environment that surrounds them. If they go over the limit, then the children will have problems concentrating. Many scientists have classified these children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Parents may think that the children’s behavior of hyperactivity is normal throughout the child’s life. On the contrary, many of them have gone over the limit of being active. This disorder can cause conflicts at school, home, and social life. Knowing the facts, symptoms, and treatments, the parents can help their child with ADHD.
According to Maria Basile, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is classified as a disruptive behavior disorder characterized by ongoing difficulty with attention span, hyperactivity, and/or impulsivity. She points out that many children have challenged themselves to keep the disorder under control. She also shows that the children can be over-active or impulsive. Their development is not equal to an average child. Numerous of researches have been constructed in order to determine the percentage of children that posse ADHD. Basile shows statistics that reveal the percentage of the children who have ADHD, “The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that 3% to 5% of children have ADHD. Some experts, though, say ADHD may occur in 8% to 10% of school age children” (Basi...
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...out of place. As well, the parents are comfortable that their child is in the appropriate environment.
Who knew that something that looks normal for a child, it will be consider as a disorder. Knowing that they like to explore, some of them have gone over the limit with their energy and capability of being active. Now that they are diagnosed, they have to go under a treatment or medical assistance to reduce their behavior. "I was trying to daydream but my mind kept wandering."
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