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by Valeria Marcela Ramos Molina


Attention deficit and hyperactivity (ADHD)
Student: Valeria Marcela Ramos Molina
Teacher: Alan Ricardo Villafaña Sarmiento
Degree and group: 201
Prevent Guide
Symptoms include hyperactivity and limited attention span.

Behavior: Aggression, excitability, lack of self-control, hyperactivity, impulsivity, irritability, fidgeting, or persistent repetition of words or actions
Cognitive: short attention span, difficulty focusing, distractibility, forgetfulness, or trouble paying attention
Mood: boredom, emotional ups and downs, anxiety, anger, or excitement
Also common: depression or learning disability.
Treatment includes medications and talk therapy.
Standard treatments for ADHD in children include medication, behavioral therapy, counseling, and educational services. These treatments can relieve many of the symptoms of ADHD , but they don't cure it. It may take a while to determine what works best for your child.
*Common places to get infected/Causes
Anatomy and function of the brain, genes and heredity, premature birth, serious head injuries, prenatal exposures or environmental toxins.
*What to do in case of infection
Therapy and medication are the most effective treatments for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. In addition to these treatments, there are other strategies that can help control symptoms: Exercise regularly, especially when you feel hyperactive or restless.