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How to 10 Signs that your Child may have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)


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Does your child seem to be constantly moving and never slow down? Are they having frequent issues listening to school?

This was my child and after switching between three pediatricians and eventually getting mentioned a toddler psychologist, we got answers. Our daughter has ADHD or (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
Aubrey has also been diagnosed with other behavior conditions that contribute to a number of her symptoms but ADHD was her first-ever diagnosis.

I am not a doctor or healthcare professional. All of my opinions are my very own and describe my experience of the journey my family has skilled to seek out my daughter had ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).

What are the primary signs of a toddler with ADHD?

It all started when Aubrey was only 2 years old and that we began to note that she would have a tough time calming down even at bedtime. She started becoming more and harder to urge to bed and even had horrible meltdowns that might last for hours. (And no I’m not exaggerating)

Even trying to reason together with her and offer her what she wanted for getting to bed didn’t work. It appeared like she couldn’t focus and will not understand cause and effect during her meltdowns. This lasted for years and even still happens sometimes now that she is nearly 7 years old.

However, even once I would ask other relations and her pediatrician, they told me it had been normal and their kids had an equivalent tantrum. My husband and that I suffered alone and felt as if nobody believed us. it had been depressing.

When I acknowledged I used to be pregnant with our second child just a year later, I noticed that the behaviors got much worse. She began deed from us call at public, tearing paint off of her door, and even pulling handfuls of hair out during her tantrums. it had been overwhelming and still, we couldn’t find out what to try to to.

Steps to Getting Our Child Help

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