Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) is a common psychological disorder characterized by difficulty concentrating, trouble controlling impulsive behavior, and over activeness. This condition currently affects 11% of school-aged kids with the average age of diagnosis being 7 years old. Although this condition is typically associated with childhood and adolescence, 4% of American adults have ADHD as well. Medications such as Adderall and Vyvanse are often prescribed to help manage symptoms. While these pharmacological agents have proven to be a successful means of treatment, they also produce undesirable side effects such as decreased appetite, weight loss, insomnia, irritability, and headache.
Instead of treating yourself or your children with medication, try using these alternative methods to manage symptoms of ADHD.
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