Pschycoogical disorder

Pschycoogical disorder

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What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? 4
What DSM-5 says about ADHD 4
ADHD has three subtypes: 4
1. Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive 4
2. Predominantly inattentive 5
3. Combined hyperactive-impulsive and inattentive 6
Other types of ADHD in DSM-5 6
Other Specified Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder 6
Unspecified Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder 7
ADHD Symptomatology 7
Fourth type of ADHD 7
Causes 8
1. Genes. 8
2. Environmental factors. 8
3. Brain injuries. 8
4. Sugar. 8
5. Food additives. 8
Children Who Have Symptoms of Inattention May: 9
Children Who Have Symptoms of Impulsivity May: 9
Normal children Vs. Children suffering ADHD 10
ADHD Can Be Mistaken for Other Problems 10
Who Is At Risk? 10
Diagnosis for children 11
The specialist also will ask: 11
ADHD co-occurring with other diseases 12
ADHD in Adults 12
Diagnosis for adults 13
Signs and symptoms (Adult ADHD) 14
Problems with ADHD 17
Problems at School: 17
Problems at Work: 17
Problems in Life: 17
Relationship Problems: 17
Things that can be done to manage ADHD 17
1) Take medications as directed. 18
2) Organize. 18
Treatments 18
Treatment in children 18
Psychotherapy 18
1. Behavioral therapy 18
a. Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions (CBI) 19
b. Clinical Behavior Therapy (CBT) 19
c. Contingency Management (CM) 19
d. Intensive Behavioral Treatments 19
e. Combined Pharmacological and Behavioral Interventions 20
Education and psychotherapy. 20
How can parents help? 20
Psychological therapies involving parents 21
PARENT TRAINING 21
Training Families of Adolescents with ADHD 21
Social skill training 21
How Parents Can Help 22
School intervention 23
What teachers can do 24
Dietary management 24
Carbohydrate/Protein-balanced Diet: 25
Management of Food Sensitivities in ADHD Patients: 25
Executive function training 25
Driving Risk Interventions for Teens with ADHD 26
Complementary and Alternative...

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