The dysfunction works – hyperactivity and decreased ability to focus attention.
People with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (may act without thinking about what the result will be), or be overly active. Although ADHD can’t be cured, it can be successfully managed and some symptoms may improve as the child ages.
Is a syndrome of the brain, making it difficult for young and adults in controlling the behavior of the individual. This is one of those chronic syndrome (chronic), the most common are usually contracted in childhood. Currently, ADHD affects about 4-12% of children go to school, with an incidence higher in boys from 3-4 times at the girl.
Children with ADHD syndrome often feel lonely, could not create and maintain these relationships with friends or take part in collective activities such as sports activities, etc. Academic achievements at school are also affected.
The problems related to the syndrome of ADHD can continue to happen when kids in the age of teenagers and even adults.
Besides the children lucky enough to be diagnosed and treated early due to the dysfunctional remains very much the other kids not to recognize that family intervention and appropriate care.
The behaviors of ADHD:
- Children unable to pay attention carefully to overall, attention to the details and getting the error by daydreaming.
- Children maintain focus attention to everything
- Children to follow the directions
- Children stuck with the arrangement, organization
- Children try to avoid, or don’t like the parts requiring effort and focused work in mind.
- Children easily distracted
- Children always forget the day-to-day activities.
- Running jump, climb excessively when not permitted
- Can not engage in active and quiet play
- Continuous operation as being driven by “motorcycle engine”
- Says too much
- Can not wait, do not wait patiently for your turn
- Rushed out the answer before the question is read out
- Interrupt (arbitrarily say in conversations with other people)