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While some parents feel the use of prescription drugs are a “no go”, others freely have medication administered to their children. By the time a child who has went untreated get older, typically try to find ways to self-medicate themselves to suppress the disorder. Those who have ADHD have an issue with drug usage and other sort of addictions because of self-medication. Conclusion In conclusion, ADHD is a public brain illness that starts as a young child and remains through adulthood that could possibly interfere with a person’s ability to function in daily life. Analysis have been provided for three peer-reviewed articles, discussing new methods on improving living with ADHD. The findings in these articles include information on different symptoms, causes, and treatments for ADHD. The disorder ADHD is an ongoing experiment, so there is more to learn.
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