ADHD Treatment

ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, also known as ADHD is a disorder characterised by behaviours which can be seen as abnormal such as hyperactivity, impulsivity and lack of concentration and attention.

This disorder is usually more common in children aged between 5 and 12 however can emerge before and after these ages. Despite the symptoms being most noticed in children, research has shown that these behaviours can be calmed however are still in existence well into adulthood.

If you think you or your child may be experiencing ADHD keep an eye out for other symptoms such as;

Symptoms:

– Inability to carry out instructions
-Appearing distracted
-Short attention span
-Easily distracted
-Often losing things
-Constant fidgeting
-Quick talking
-Interrupting conversations
-Few moments of calm

Here at The Blue Tree Clinic we understand that it can be really difficult to see your child struggling with a disorders such as ADHD which is why we have an excellent team who are able to not only help the individual with ADHD but also help their family members to cope.

Our clinic is specialised in supporting individuals struggling with mental health issues and disorders and we really do care! We will always be ready with a listening ear and a cup of tea. We will help you to understand ADHD as well as helping you to find techniques on how to manage your symptoms (or in the case of children we will give you tools to help you and your child understand ADHD and manage it). We will not only help you inside the clinic but we will also give you techniques and coping strategies for outside the clinic so that you feel happy and confident to face the world!

If you think you are suffering, or you know someone else who is suffering with ADHD then please contact us for more information. We will be ready to answer and questions and make sure we inform you of all the options of treatments that we can give you!

We look forward to hearing from you!

Best wishes from all the team here at The Blue Tree Clinic.

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