Identifying and diagnosing ADHD is indeed a vital step. Parents will usually be able to see signs of ADHD by the time the child enters school. If hyperactivity, inattention, and other symptoms are seen, parents should consult a pediatrician, psychologist, psychiatrist, or neurologist to see if the child's disturbing behaviors could be a disorder.
Some children may have the symptoms of ADHD but they really do not have a disorder. There are many factors that
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a try. It is very hard to choose which of these treatments are to be taken. So far, the most acceptable and effective method is a combination of medication and cognitive behavioral therapy. However, continuous search and studies for alternative methods are still going on. Hopefully, in the near future, there will be a perfect formula to cure or at least more effectively help ADHD sufferers so they may live like other normal human beings.