ADD/ADHD is now considered the most common neuro-behavioral disorder among children. It’s a very treatable disorder, but with the enormous number of treatment options widely available, how do you know which one is the most beneficial?
The term “learning disability” or LD is a broad description covering wide range of conditions which deter an individual from learning and processing information as easily as their peers. The severity of a learning disability depends on the person affected as well as the type of learning disability they experience.
Medication is currently the preferred method of treatment for children and adults diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder with or without hyperactivity (ADHD). Whereas medication does improve impulsive and hyperactive behavior, no improvement is noticed in other important abilities such as self-control, decision-making, organization, and social relations.
The majority of educational programs do not actually deal with learning disabilities; instead, they teach a student how to compensate for any learning disability (LD). MemoLift goes further than this. We retrain the brain to correct the fundamental causes of LD.
Has your child recently been diagnosed with ADHD? Are you looking for alternative methods of treatment? The medical community and the media are currently focused on natural treatments and healthy eating, so many doctors, parents, and caregivers are turning towards treating ADD/ADHD naturally. Frightening news stories scream about the danger of ADD/ADHD medication.
The increased number of learning disabilities in children is becoming extremely alarming. The number of cases continues to rise and the reason for this increase is not fully understood.
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) are two conditions affecting thousands of school children. They are conditions, which can be carried with them into their adult years, with frustrating effects for both themselves and those around them.
Currently more than 6 million children who have ADD/ADHD are being treated with medication. Finding the right medication to successfully treat the child can often present challenges.
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