ADHD and Child development

There are at least three studies now linking “immaturity” with diagnoses of ADHD.  In other words, the younger children in a class are 30% (boys) to 70% (girls) more likely to get a diagnosis of ADHD when it may simply be a mature of normal childhood development and maturing.  In addition, not included in this article, food sensitivities are a HUGE underlying factor–if you suspect your child has ADHD, or if your child has been diagnosed ADHD, call for an appointment to learn about treatment options.   The article on development and ADHD diagnosis can be read in full by clicking here.

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