A brain disorder called ADHD, also known as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is characterized by a persistent pattern of impulsivity and/or hyperactivity that impairs functioning.

Inattentionmeans that the person loses track of what they are doing, is unorganized, struggles to stay focused, and lacks persistence. These issues are not brought on by resentment or a lack of understanding.

Hyperactivityadults, it may be extreme restlessness or wearing others out with their activity. means a person seems to move about constantly, including situations in which it is inappropriate when it is inappropriate, excessively fidgets, taps, or talks.

ImpulsivityAn impulsive person may be socially intrusive, frequently interrupt others, make significant decisions without thinking through the long-term effects, or act in a way that has a high potential for harm. Impulsivity can also refer to a desire for immediate gratification or an inability to delay gratification.

The main symptoms of ADHD are inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity; some people only struggle with one of these symptoms, while others struggle with both. Most children with ADHD have the combined type, which includes both inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity.

Hyperactivity is the most prevalent sign of ADHD in preschoolers.

While some inattention, impulsivity, and unfocused motor activity are common, these behaviors are more pronounced in people with ADHD and interfere with or degrade their performance in social situations, academic settings, or at work.


Inattentive individuals frequently:

Make careless errors in your work, schoolwork, or other activities by overlooking or missing details.

Having trouble maintaining focus while playing, listening, or speaking, or while reading for long periods of time

When directly addressed, does not appear to be listening.

not finish tasks that they start but quickly lose focus on and easily get distracted from, such as tasks at work, chores, or school, without following through on them.

Have issues with task and activity organization, such as difficulty knowing what to do first and when, difficulty maintaining order in materials and possessions, messy work, ineffective time management, and failure to meet deadlines

Avoid or detest mental strain-inducing activities, such as homework, schoolwork, or for older people, completing forms, writing reports, or reading extensive papers.

Lose items such as school supplies, pencils, books, tools, wallets, keys, paperwork, eyeglasses, and cell phones that are required for tasks or activities.

be prone to distraction from irrelevant thoughts or stimuli

Frequently forget to do things like remember to call people back or keep appointments.


Those who exhibit signs of impulsivity and hyperactivity frequently:

in their seats, fidgeting and wriggling

When expected to remain seated, like in a classroom or at work, people tend to get up from their seats.

Inappropriately run, dash around, climb, or act restless in teens and adults when they are in inappropriate situations.

not being able to play quietly or do hobbies

Continually move, be “on the go,” or behave as though “driven by a motor”

Talk nonstop

speak without waiting for a turn in conversation, finish other people’s sentences, or blurt out an answer before the question has been fully asked.

find it difficult to wait their turn

interfere with or interrupt others during activities such as games, conversations, or other events

For a person to be diagnosed with ADHD, the symptoms of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity must be chronic or long-lasting, impair functioning, and cause the person to lag behind normal development for his or her age. A comprehensive evaluation by a licensed clinician, such as a pediatrician, psychologist, or psychiatrist with expertise in ADHD, is required.

Adults with undiagnosed ADHD may have a history of poor academic performance, problems at work, or difficult or failed relationships. Symptoms of ADHD can be mistaken for emotional or disciplinary problems or missed entirely in quiet, well-behaved children, leading to a delay in diagnosis. ADHD symptoms can start as early as between the ages of 3 and 6, and can continue through adolescence and adulthood.

As a person ages, their ADHD symptoms can change over time. In young children with ADHD, hyperactivity-impulsivity is the most prominent symptom. As a child enters elementary school, the symptom of inattention may become more prominent and cause the child to struggle academically. In adolescence, hyperactivity seems to lessen and may show more often as feelings of restlessness or fidgeting. However, inattention and impulsivity may still be present. Many adolescents with ADHD also struggle with academics


CHAMOMILLA 200-Chamomilla is an excellent medicine in cases of severe child abuse. The child may be extremely restless and may cry nonstop. The child keeps demanding one thing after another and refuses when given. There may be temper tantrums on every little thing. The child cannot tolerate if anyone tries to speak to him. The child may be extremely abusive and complaining. The child cannot take no for an answer and may keep moaning continuously because he is being ignored.

**CINA 200-**Cina is another suggested remedy in children who are abusive, the child may be very cross and irritable and hates when touched, children who don’t want to be carried, talked to, or touched, children who may turn away from strangers, the child bores his face in his mother’s lap and cries nonstop, and children who have worm infestations.

ANTIM. CRUDE 200Antim crud may be prescribed in children who are incredibly short tempered without any relevant cause. The child is excessively irritable and crossed. Any attempt to please the child fails. Nothing seems to satisfy the child. The child is quiet and doesn’t want to speak. The child becomes angry when someone looks at him.

**VERATRUM ALBUM 200-**Veratrum Album is a recommended treatment for kids who have tantrums, have extreme mood swings, alternate between being grumpy and being submissive, scream and curse, and become physically violent when angry. The child may also sit awkwardly and become completely unresponsive.

**HYOSCYAMUS 200–**Hyoscyamus is a very well-indicated remedy in child abuse. The child may be very argumentative and abusive, hurling verbal insults at everyone around him. There may be constant grumbling and muttering out of irritation. The child may be incredibly impatient and talkative. Hyocyamus may be prescribed when the child makes fun of other children and is extremely insulting. There may be an unusual tendency to find fault

The child is typically well behaved and may be suppressed for a long time; however, due to prolonged suppression, there may be piling up of the emotions, which can then suddenly manifest as angry bouts. The child prefers to be left alone to cry, and there is much awkwardness and hasty behavior. Natrum Mur is useful in cases of abusive children who are extremely weepy and cross, refusing to be consoled and weeping more on consolation.

TUBERCULINUM 200-As it helps to lessen destructive behavior, irritability, and feelings of dissatisfaction, tuberculinum is appropriate for restless children who seek constant stimulation or change.

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