Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Assignment

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Running head: ADHD1ADHDStudent’s Name:Institution’s Name:Course Title:Date of Submission:
ADHD2ADHDIntroductionAttention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a problem related to the brain andis manifested by a continuous pattern of inattentive behaviour along with impulsivehyperactivity which is bound to interfere with brain functioning or brain development. Thereare certain symptoms and traits of this particular disorder that encompass inattention,hyperactivity, and impulsivity. The disorder is a common behavioral disorder that usuallystarts during childhood and it can affect all ages. It is termed as a neurobehavioraldevelopmental disorder to be specific. It has also been claimed that ADHD is much of agenetic disorder that spreads its wings within the brain and a syndrome that has relation withcommands of a specific part of the brain functions that are in conjunction with behaviours. Ithas also been observed that ADHD is a common disorder that renders negative impact onfocus, self-control and other interpersonal skills that are very much essential in day-to-daylife. ADHD is caused by the differences that occur in brain anatomy and wiring, and it oftenruns in families and hence, is often considered as hereditary or genetic. In the sphere ofeducation, ADHD plays a disruptive role often and this can be problematic for the learnersuffering from the disorder. In this respect it must be said that though schools impart myriadsof challenges for kids suffering from this particular problem of ADHD; with an empatheticheart and immense patience to handle the extremities and also with a plan that may workwonders, the educators and school authorities can help a child with ADHD thrive well in theclassroom.
ADHD3BodyTheoryThere are several theories to interpret the real cause of ADHD. Though not all thetheories might seem appealing or impressive; every theory has its own importance and thetheories are needed to be evaluated to get a complete picture of ADHD as a disorder. Theneurological disorder theory of ADHD can be considered as an outcome of the basicprobability that whether or not ADHD is really an ailment or rather a disorder. The methodby which the evidence is explained is defined by the priorly mentioned assumption to bespecific. According to the neurological theory of ADHD, there are patterns that are observedin the brain which are caused by attention deficit, and in this respect it has been suggestedthat the images that the brain focus on could be actually monitoring a symptom, or themethod by which the brain responds to attention scarcity in multitude of patients (ADHDHealth, 2017). Lack of interest that bring about boredom and rigid intolerance have beenpointed out to be two major reasons of ADD and ADHD behaviours, and these are likely toprovide specifically the results that can be observed in brain imaging (ADHD Health, 2017).It should also be noted that “ADHD and ADD are officially categorized as a neurologicaldisorder characterized by hyperactivity, forgetfulness, mood shifts, poor impulse control, anddistractibility and is always present from childhood” (ADHD Health, 2017). The neurologicaltheory in terms of neurological pathology considers physiological causes of ADHD.According to this consideration, in the course of learning, it shows a chronic syndrome that isusually caused by anomalous functioning of the brain for which there is hardly any medicalcure, but “daily maintenance dosing of stimulant drugs allows the sufferer to lead a normallife” (ADHD Health, 2017). The neurological theory of ADHD also states that whenever anindividual suffers from ADHD, the managerial functions of the brain are debilitated. (ADHDHealth, 2017). Then we should mention about the “social construct theory of ADHD”. Quite
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