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Guide to Hyperactivity

mini-427px-US Navy 100502-N-0864H-232 Chief Yeoman Roszetta Dean plays kickball with a child at the Kodomono-ie Children's HomeHyperactivity refers to a state where one is highly excitable and energetic. It is commonly seen in children; however for some it is almost constant. For such children, it becomes difficult for them to sit down, and learn. Their constant need for activity prevents them from developing listening and learning skills. Hyperactive behavior is commonly seen with Attention deficits and impulsive behavior. Together, this condition is known as ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Syndrome). This collection of articles suggests strategies and ideas to decrease hyperactive behavior. Also included are medical treatments for this condition. Modification in the environment and teaching techniques can help children with this difficulty to study and succeed in life.

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