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Conditions IASIS Helps


Welcome to our comprehensive guide on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). At our platform, we're dedicated to fostering awareness and understanding of these conditions. By recognizing the symptoms, we can work together to support individuals and families affected by ADHD/ADD.

Common Symptoms of ADHD/ADD

  • Inattention: Difficulty in sustaining attention in tasks or play activities, Often does not seem to listen when spoken to directly, Frequently fails to give close attention to details and makes careless mistakes.
  • Hyperactivity: Fidgets with hands or feet, or squirms in seat, Runs about or climbs in situations where it is inappropriate, Talks excessively.
  • Impulsivity: Often blurts out answers before questions have been completed, Has difficulty waiting their turn, Interrupts or intrudes on others' conversations, games, or activities.
  • Impact of ADHD/ADD: Living with ADHD/ADD can present unique challenges. Individuals might struggle with time management, organization, and maintaining relationships. In school or work settings, they might face difficulties focusing on tasks, leading to academic or professional challenges.
  • Emotional and Behavioral Aspects: Living with ADD/ADHD can result in numerous emotional and life challenges. It can be challenging to effectively manage emotions and respond appropriately in various situations. People with ADHD often have heightened emotions and can have issues with inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, and motivation. It can also lead to feelings of low self-esteem and insecurities and a sense of not reaching one’s full potential.
  • Low Frustration Tolerance: Easily frustrated and impatient, especially when results aren’t immediate.
  • Impaired Executive Function: Difficulty planning, initiating, organizing, and completing tasks.
  • Difficulty in Social Situations: Struggles with social cues, leading to difficulties in making and maintaining friendships.
  • Mood Swings Experiences intense emotions, often shifting rapidly from one feeling to another.

Why Understanding Matters

Recognizing these symptoms is the first step toward effective management and support. With understanding comes empathy, enabling friends, families, teachers, and employers to provide the necessary encouragement and accommodations.

How We Can Help

Research suggests that if you have ADD/AHD you may have an imbalance of brain waves. IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback (MCN) can help the brain to heal itself and get the brain waves back in balance. During the MCN treatments the brain is bathed in a small amount of energy which allows the neuropathways to reorganize and gives the brain an opportunity to heal itself and begin regulating in a healthy, balanced state. These changes are sustainable and can empower individuals to overcome the limitations of ADHD/ADD.

By understanding ADHD/ADD and its symptoms, we can create a more inclusive and supportive environment for everyone. Join us in spreading awareness, breaking stigma, and building a community where individuals with ADHD/ADD can thrive.

Together, let's transform knowledge into compassion and make a difference in the lives of those affected by ADHD/ADD.