AUTISM Spectrum disorder

ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is a neurodevelopmental condition characterized by persistent patterns of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity that interfere with daily functioning and development. Individuals with ADHD may struggle with sustaining focus, organizing tasks, and controlling impulsive behaviors. While ADHD often begins in childhood, it can persist into adulthood.

Causes for Autism

The exact causes of ADHD are not fully understood, but research suggests that it is likely to be a combination of genetic, neurological, and environmental factors.

  1. Maternal Factors: Maternal factors, such as maternal stress during pregnancy, maternal age, and maternal mental health, may influence the risk of ADHD in children.

  2. Neurotransmitter Imbalance: Neurotransmitters, such as dopamine and norepinephrine, play a crucial role in regulating attention and impulse control. An imbalance or dysregulation of these neurotransmitters may contribute to ADHD symptoms.

  3. Brain Injury or Trauma: In some cases, brain injuries, trauma, or neurological disorders may contribute to the development of ADHD symptoms.


It is important to note that ADHD is a complex condition, and individual cases may have unique combinations of contributing factors.

Types of ADHD

The exact causes of ADHD are not fully understood, but research suggests that it is likely to be a combination of genetic, neurological, and environmental factors.

  1. Predominantly Inattentive Presentation: This type is characterized by difficulties with attention and focus, with minimal hyperactivity and impulsivity.

  2. Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Presentation: This type is characterized by prominent hyperactivity and impulsivity, along with difficulties with impulse control.

  3. Combined Presentation: This type is the most common form of ADHD. It involves significant symptoms of both inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity.

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The symptoms of ADHD can vary depending on the individual and can manifest differently in children and adults. The two main categories of symptoms are inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity.


  • Difficulty sustaining attention or easily becoming distracted.

  • Trouble organizing tasks or activities.

  • Forgetfulness and frequently losing or misplacing things

  • Difficulty following instructions or completing tasks.

  • Poor attention to detail and making careless mistakes.

  • Avoidance or dislike of activities that require sustained mental effort.


  • Restlessness, fidgeting, or constantly moving.

  • Excessive talking and difficulty staying seated.

  • Difficulty engaging in quiet activities.

  • Frequently interrupting others or intruding on conversations/games.

  • Impatience and difficulty waiting for turns.

  • Often feeling "on the go" or having a constant need to be active


  • Acting without thinking about consequences.

  • Difficulty waiting for one's turn in conversations or activities.

  • Blurting out answers before questions are completed.

  • Interrupting or intruding on others' activities or conversations.

  • Impulsive decision-making without considering long-term outcomes.

Homeopathic treatment:

Homeopathy medicines can help in controlling Hyperactivity and improving concentration.

Factors that affect the treatment with Homeopathic medicines include the age at which the treatment is started, the intensity (Mild, moderate, or severe) of the symptoms, and the individual response of the child towards the medicines.

  • Homeopathic medicines are simple and effective.

  • Homeopathic treatment for ADHD as an Individualised cure.

  • Homeopathic remedies for ADHD are Natural remedies.