DR. SWINGLE'S ATTENTION
PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN ADHD
The statistics associated with ADHD are worrisome. For adults with untreated ADHD, the co-morbidity data indicates a rate of depression, mood disorders and anxiety of over 50%, alcoholism and other addictions over 50%, and a 50% greater smoking rate than the general population. In young males (average age 22) a recent study found a 95% greater arrest rate, and a much greater incarceration rate than the general population. When detected at a young age, ADHD is readily treated with neurotherapy. But is it truly ADHD? Treating the wrong condition won’t help the ADHD. Join Dr. Swingle when he will discuss the complexities of identifying and treating ADHD and related conditions.
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