Research Reveals Remedies that Replace Medication for ADHD in Kids

“a highly genetic, brain-based syndrome that has to do with the regulation of a particular set of brain functions and related behaviors.”As of 2016, The National Survey of Children’s Health reported:Approximately 9.4% of children 2-17 years of age (6.1 million) were diagnosed with ADHD.Children diagnosed with ADHD often have erratic, inappropriate behavior patterns for their environment, especially in classrooms and other places where they have to sit for long periods.Below, you’ll find some interesting statistics:Additionally, adults face difficulty in following directions, planning, organizing, and focusing for long periods..

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