January 2019

Medical

ADHD – What the New Research Says

Attention Deficit or Hyperactivity Disorder (often called ADHD) has been on a rising from these past years without scientist knowing the reason why. Since these past few years, more cases have been discovered, making it a concerning to any kid, since ADHD is always noticeable as a mental disorder that affects young kids.

1 In Every 12 Has It

1 - ADHD - What the New Research Says

Since the year 2017, there has been quite an excitement for knowing this mental disorder, in fact, there’s an estimate of 31.000 studies published in medical journals that talks about it, and how does it affect one in every twelve kid.

This mental disorder can be with the patient until he’s 25 or in some cases, ADHD has a prolonged effect and could have notorious symptoms on elderly people. But being the case that most of the people dealing with ADHD are just kids and this disorder can be easily controlled and taken care off. We are going to see what the new researches say about ADHD.

It’s Very Easy to Diagnose

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Now with technology being our friendly help, with the use of brain scans and other medical procedures and special attention, they have come to the conclusion that taking two drug medications for ADHD is by far more beneficial than sticking with one. And while this can sound obvious for many, we have to remember the safety threat that can be ingesting two drugs of this kind.

They Are Making Experiments

To give a more detailed information, an approximation of 200 kids have taken a drug that has been proved to help diagnose of ADHD, with the period of two weeks, they start ingesting another drug that’s also proven beneficial for their condition.

And then they wait two weeks as well. With this experiment they have come to the conclusion that taking two drugs simultaneously in a short period of time can actually improve the attention of the patient, as well showing a more detailed brain activity and movement, making it a substantial improvement for the life of these kids, and showing that most drugs for ADHD are harmless if they are well administered and with regularity.

Outdoors Activities Are Recommended

Another interesting detail that the latest research has shown us about ADHD is that, by giving motivational speeches and providing a positive attitude in a friendly and safe environment, the memory of the ADHD patient can actually improve drastically.

And by doing outdoors sports that requires a little adrenaline or show a commitment between the participants can make them feel motivated and energetic, making it a substantial practice for the kids that have this condition, as well the young adults that range the years of 16-17.

Everyone Gets Discouraged and Upset

Not to mention that ADHD can cause a kid to feel easily annoyed and stressed, and we all know that stress can be the root of most problems for these patients. For that, having a stress-free ambient is mandatory if we want to make a mood-booster environment for these ADHD patients.

As well having a lot of outdoors activities that are related to exercise and movement can be a great stress reliever, by that we invite any ADHD patient to spent at least a couple of hours making exercise outside and a quick session of jogging and running, this at least once each three days.

With this, the newer research has proven that ADHD is a serious matter and while there are still a lot of advances in the field of medicine to treat this disorder, we have to wait until a definitive cure.

Since these past few years, more cases have been discovered, making it a concerning to any kid, since ADHD is always noticeable as a mental disorder that affects young kids. There’s an estimate of 31.000 studies published in medical journals that talks about it, and how does it affect one in every twelve kid.

With this, the newer research has proven that ADHD is a serious matter and while there are still a lot of advances in the field of medicine to treat this disorder, we have to wait until a definitive cure.