By Barbara C. Fisher
Thoroughly revised and up to date, this moment variation spans each factor on the topic of upload care and remedy. New chapters specialise in rising matters, the overlap of sleep issues, how sleep issues mimic ADD/ADHD and/or bring up the indications, ADHD and sleep apnea, ADHD and stressed legs or periodic limb pursuits in sleep, sleep in childrens, teenagers and adults, the elderly inhabitants, upload and girls, novel remedy methods, together with a brand new cognitive education application, tips on how to analysis ADD/ADHD and separate it from different overlapping problems, and mis-diagnosis.
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It is this additional problem that creates the hyperactive behavior, the behavioral impulsivity of the combined subtype, learning difficulties, and memory lapses. There are far too many stories of a child being diagnosed as learning disabled who had undiagnosed sleep apnea. A recent very sad case was about a young man who spent his entire academic education from elementary school years through high school diagnosed with a learning disability. By the time that he was seen at 20 years of age he had developed a severe apnea condition indicated by changes morphologically in his face noticeable by all of the sleep specialists to whom I referred him.
Assuming that the child does not care, professionals, parents, and teachers miss the underlying internal conflict. Because these children do not appear to be struggling, they are labeled as lazy, with comments that they do not try as hard as they could. Typical comments of ’’He is a good kid, he just doesn’t care’’ or ‘‘He needs to work harder’’ become frequent statements at teacher conferences or referenced on report cards. No one stops to 16 Fisher consider that perhaps these children are already working as hard as they can to get average grades as the attention symptoms remain hidden by the effort that the child is actually expending.
The problem of using photon emission tomography studies and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to measure ADD/ADHD is the absence of neuropsychological evidence to match these findings. Take, as an example, the study done in 2002 finding that the smaller brain volume noted for ADHD and identified in MRI studies was related to an earlier brain insult—as opposed to ADHD—and the conclusion that there is not need of an MRI to be done in the routine diagnosis of ADHD in children and adolescents (1). Typically when the time is taken to complete an in-depth evaluation using neuropsychological or neurometric tests, the outcome may be to identify attention symptoms in addition to language deficits and an assortment of varying symptoms, depending upon the presence or absence of another underlying disorder.
Attention Deficit Disorder: Practical Coping Mechanisms (2nd Edition) by Barbara C. Fisher