What causes ADD?

ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) Theories have ranged from silly to scientific. Let’s look at a few popular theories: The bad child In 1920 Still published an article in the British medical journal Lancet and described children who exhibited symptoms of moral control, mischievousness and destructiveness. These children were born bad. The theory of genetics offer some credibility to...
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ADD: A matter of Arousal not Attention

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) How to rectify ADD through Neurotherapy The efficacy with which a person’s brain functions depends on the level of arousal, which is the central feature of ADD. The core problem with ADD is poor regulation of the brain’s state of arousal. In other words, the level of arousal of the brain is how sleepy or awake the brain is. Although it borders on a...
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