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Hyperfocus: 6 Important Tips to Cope With Hyperfocus

Hyperfocus: 6 Important Tips to Cope With Hyperfocus

Introduction Have you ever felt like the world around you faded away as you engaged in an activity that you’re really interested in? This is a state of hyperfocus, and it’s an occasional feeling that many of us can relate to. Hyperfocus is also closely associated with the state of flow. Both these experiences are […]

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ADHD Hyperfocus: Unleashing 4 True Facts

ADHD Hyperfocus: Unleashing 4 True Facts

Introduction ADHD Hyperfocus is a commonly reported symptom among individuals living with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Though this symptom is not currently listed in the DSM 5 as a diagnostic criteria, it is no doubt, a real thing. Hyperfocus can pose as both a boon and a bane. When uncontrolled or unmanaged, it can cause

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Hyperfocus Autism: Need To Know The Strength and Challenges

Hyperfocus Autism: 5 Need-to-Know Tips If Your Child Exhibits Hyperfocus

Introduction In order to comprehend Autism, it is important to understand Hyperfocus. Hyperfocus refers to heightened attention on a specific task or object. If you hyperfocus, you will not grasp any other happenings in the environment Hyperfocus can be a disturbance as it puts all the attention on a single task.  With this in mind,

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Hyperfixation vs. Hyperfocus

Hyperfixation vs Hyperfocus: ADHD, Autism, and Mental Illness

Have you ever seen someone glued to any activity so that they lose track of time and sense of the things happening around them? But also on the flip side, people with A.D.H.D. show too much interest and concentration in doing the activities they like or which provide instant gratification. So it has detrimental effects on their lives due to failure in schools or colleges, unemployment, and failed relationships. Although the name suggests, the attention deficit does not necessarily mean they lack complete awareness. Instead, they have difficulty managing the mind to perform the tasks at hand. 9] S. Watson, “A.D.H.D. inattentive type: Symptoms, Causes, and treatment,” WebMD. [ Available: https://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/childhood-adhd/adhd-hyperactive-impulsive-type. [ Available: https://daily.jstor.org/whats-bad-instant-gratification/. [Accessed: 24-Jul-2022]. [

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What is ADHD

[1] ADHD, or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, affects several children. They need to stay focused on play or tasks. They become easily distracted while doing chores. Biological and genetic factors: [2] Researchers have found that ADHD can run in the family, affecting the family members of people with ADHD. ADHD rating scales: Your psychologist will collect ADHD rating scales to evaluate your child’s behaviour. Therefore, as parents, you must be the executive and guide your child until your child acquires his executive skills.

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What's Behind the Misconception of ADHD?

What is Misconception of ADHD

ADHD, or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, is one of the children’s most commonly found neurodevelopmental disorders. A child who struggles to concentrate in class or finish a lengthy essay might attempt to save face by pretending they do not want to or are simply too lazy to finish. For example, the decision of parents to seek or accept medical advice and treatment after the child has been evaluated can be influenced by their belief that ADHD is a neurobehavioural disorder that needs medical management. However, self-stigmatization frequently causes the most harm. For adults, this is a problem; if they keep their ADHD a secret, they can avoid the potential discrimination that comes with it.

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Surprising Facts About the Genetic Factors of ADHD

Surprising Genetic factors of ADHD

ADHD symptoms are widely identified early on and may worsen as the child’s environment changes, such as when they start school. Many now acknowledge that ADHD is polygenetic, which may be caused by several genes with only modest effects. ( 4) Neurotransmitters, which are chemicals in the brain, do not function the same way in children and adults with ADHD, according to studies. The brain cells of children with ADHD mature more steadily than those of other children, according to scans and other neuroimaging studies. So it can be established that the genetic characteristics of ADHD are relevant. 1–10, Jul. 2010, doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10802-010-9439-5.

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