Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD is a condition that is shown within 9.4% of U.S. children ages 2-17―including 2.4% of children ages 2-5 and 4%-12% of school-aged children, with boys being twice as likely to be diagnosed twice as girls. How we decide to help our children adapt to this disorder at a young age can significantly help or hurt them in the future as adults.

Things to know

ADHD is a chronic condition that makes it difficult for children to control their impulses and behavior. Symptoms typically appear along with another mental disorder and can lead to problems learning and issues with language. ADHD can often go untreated with the child simply being written off as rowdy or labeled as a bad kid or a constant daydreamer. Helping your children early on is incredibly important, as meeting with a pediatrician can allow for a long-term treatment plan greatly mitigating the symptoms. Left untreated, it can have effects on their grades, relationships, and job security as adults.

How to help

Once again speaking with a pediatrician to properly diagnose your child in order to set up a long-term treatment plan with education on ADHD for both the parents and child, medications, and consistent follow-ups to make sure your child is on the right track to a healthy life. Some helpful treatments are also available here at saving your brain. Synchronizing the brain can be extremely helpful to those struggling with ADHD as there can be right-brain weakness as well some anatomical differences in the brain that can lead to some of the symptoms of ADHD.

Get Started

ADHD is a silent disabling disorder that goes unnoticed for years until the steps taken are too late. Help your child to not be at such a disadvantage in life and lead him down a path in which they can excel. Pediatric care to minimize this disorder’s effects and brain rebalancing exercises offered here at Saving Your Brain is unmatched in aiding this disorder from continuing its damage. Early action will be something that your child will thank you for in the future because it will have put them at the same finish line as most other children out. 

Brain health awareness is important and something we promote here at Saving Your Brain, be a part of the change that takes an active role in helping our children’s mental health.

If you interested in learning more about the advanced programs that are offered at Saving Your Brain centers that can help your child’s future, contact us at info@savingyourbrain.com. Schedule a private telehealth call or chat with Kelly Miller, NMD to discuss which programs may be right for your child.

Here are some main services offered at Saving Your Brain after the Initial Brain Assessment is taken to determine which areas of the brain is unbalanced and affected.