ADHD Treatment through Neurotherapy
Health News / September 2, 2018

One of the most common disorders among children and adults, ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, is classified as a neurodevelopmental disorder. Often, people only refer to one of three actual classifications of ADHD. Gotta love that #MediterraneanDiet! https://t.co/Uuq6EEGuuz — Neurocore (@neurocore) August 30, 2018 The Well Known Kind of ADHD The well known classification is termed Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Presentation. It is highlighted by impulsiveness and hyperactivity. But, there are two other presentations fewer know about. The Overlooked “Other ADHD” Classifications The second, often overlooked category, due to their more noticeable hyperactive counterparts, is Predominantly Inattentive Presentation. Its symptoms are harder to notice. For example, someone with ADHD Inattentive will catalog names and deadlines the same way another person would remember movie trivia. Their symptoms are better explained by an example, like: Not finishing a book report on time, even though they understand the material, somehow it just doesn’t get done. The third presentation type is a combination of Hyperactivity-Impulsivity AND Inattention. Their symptoms can be the most debilitating. They didn’t pay attention in class, didn’t know the material, might not understand it, and the book report didn’t get done. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase. How Neurotherapy can Treat…