A-Z On ADHD and ADD: The road to overcoming ADHD and ADD (Paperback)
This article dispels misconceptions regarding treatments and offers comforting, helpful information from a renowned authority on the diagnosis and treatment of attention deficit disorder/attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. By referencing recent advancements in neuroscience and a variety of case studies from his own clinical practice, the book's author explains what ADD syndrome is, how to recognize it at different ages, and the most effective strategies to treat it. This is one of the first books to address the perplexing contradiction of ADD: how is it possible for some exceptionally clever people to have a chronic difficulty to "pay attention" while being able to concentrate incredibly well on certain subjects that they regard to be of great interest? In contrast to the "willpower" approach, the author of the book discusses how genetic issues with Some persons are unable to cope properly with the demanding demands of childhood, adolescence, and maturity due to the management system of the brain. His book is a dependable and practical resource for medical professionals, psychologists, parents, educators, and the 7 to 9 percent of persons who have ADD/ADHD.