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ADHD is the acronym of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is a behaviour related disorder occuring in small children - often detected in early age of four to five years. Not surprisingly, some of the symptoms of ADHD are present in the age of below 2 years. the main factors which define the symptom classifications are hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention.

Question 1 of 14

You have to be stricter with your kids.

A. No
B. Yes

Question 2 of 14

Does your child have difficulty sitting still?

A. No
B. Yes

Question 3 of 14

Your child is restless or always eager to "get to the next thing" unless playing video/computer games

A. No
B. Yes

Question 4 of 14

Does your child have trouble learning the alphabet, rhyming words, or connecting letters to their sounds?

A. No
B. Yes

Question 5 of 14

Kids who have ADHD mainly need:

A. A medical checkup
B. More discipline

Question 6 of 14

Easily frustrated in efforts, will want to give up too easily

A. Never
B. Always

Question 7 of 14

Does not follow through on instructions and fails to finish schoolwork, chores, or duties in the workplace

A. Yes
B. No

Question 8 of 14

Has anyone else in your family been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD?

A. No
B. Yes

Question 9 of 14

Has difficulty sustaining attention in tasks or play activities

A. Never
B. All the times

Question 10 of 14

Loses things necessary for tasks or activities (toys, school assignments, pencils, books, or tools)

A. No
B. Yes

Question 11 of 14

What you do to help your child concentrate? Do you give the child Protien rich diet?

A. Yes - I take care
B. No - I never take care about contents.

Question 12 of 14

Using a chart can help with discipline. You most of the time do the following

A. Add points for good behavior
B. Remove points for bad behavior
C. Nothing

Question 13 of 14

Is easily distracted by outside stimulus?

A. Never
B. All the times

Question 14 of 14

How often is your child easily distracted by external stimuli, like something in their environment such as a noise or another conversation?

A. Never
B. Always


Sometimes crying or laughing
are the only options left,
and laughing feels better right now.

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