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Hyperquinetic child

Hyperquinetic child

Question:

- Hello, I have a question too. I have an 8 year old boy, the doctor told me that he is hyperkinetic, and I should not worry because he is not the first child with such problems. But I do not know how to deal with him, he has a lot of energy is a little nervous and last but not least. I would like some advice in this regard. With thanks!

Answer:

In psychiatry in the Anglo-Saxon countries, the diagnosis of "ADHD" (= Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) has been around for fifteen years, somewhat corresponding to the older diagnosis in Romanian psychiatry of "psycho-motor instability".

In psychiatry in the Anglo-Saxon countries, the diagnosis of "ADHD" (= Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) has been around for fifteen years, somewhat corresponding to the older diagnosis in Romanian psychiatry of "psycho-motor instability".
It is a disorder of the school age, much more common in boys and who has a good chance of disappearing by itself into adolescence. To know if it is a true ADHD or a simple situation of a child a little more agitated by his kind is a decisive criterion that can be noticed from the simple observation: the agitation of the lower limbs.
Most of the time when a child with ADHD is sitting on his or her legs. This problem, which could threaten school results, is very serious about Americans.

They use strong psychoactive drugs (amphetamine, methylphenidate, etc.) that are on the drug list and whose use in such cases is probably a medical overstatement.
It would be wiser to try a homeopathic consultation. A well-chosen homeopathic treatment sometimes results in excellent and definitive results
such disorders. And psychology has resources in this regard (and especially regarding the lies with which ADHD does not have a great bearing), that another elegant solution (although quite expensive, requiring many sessions) is psychotherapy.
Health wishes you,
dr. Mihnea DRAGOMIR
specialist in family medicine
www.doctordragomir.ro