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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common conditions found in children. Research shows that 11% of children aging from 4 to 17 years old are diagnosed with ADHD. It is often primarily identified in school-aged children which causes them to have problems with schoolwork and disruption in the classroom. If a child finds it hard to stay focus most of the time, he or she might have the inattentive type of ADHD.


A number of techniques and strategies has been discovered that can help parents improve their children with ADHD.Listed are the 8 useful tips that can help parents with their children’s improvement, behaviour and school achievement  1. Parenting Techniques Must Be Adapted to Kids with ADHDTo help children with ADHD having timeout is a classic example of behaviour modification tools, helping them to control some impulsive behaviours. Though, this intervention may have some limitations.


Hyperactivity movements can make people focus and have a better learning according to a scientific study published in The Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Dr. Dustin Sarver and colleagues.These movements are a coping mechanism to adjust and enhance cognitive tasks, study shows that more complex task, the more the ADHD subjects became intense and hyperactive.


Study Shows that physical activity - even chewing a gum or foot-tapping - boost the neurotransmitter levels of the brain’s focus and attention. It fights boredom, elevates productivity and blocks out distractions.By Roland Rotz, Ph.D., Sarah D. WrightA person with ADHD have shared their struggles with others on concentrating at work or focus at school. The ADHD brain is a powerful force for success.

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