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Does your son show signs of inattention and hyperactivity?
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Posted 07 March 2016 - 12:40 PM
Researchers from Swinbourne University are seeking boys aged 6-14 for a natural medicine clinical trial.
Does your child show symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity? Here's how to recognise these symptoms in young children and adolescents.
Inattention can present as:
Short attention span and being easily distracted
Making careless mistakes
Appearing forgetful or losing things
Unable to stick at tasks which are tedious or time-consuming
Unable to listen to or carry out instructions
Constant changing of activity
Difficulty organising tasks
Unable to concentrate on tasks
Hyperactivity can present as:
Unable to sit still, especially in quiet surroundings
Excessive physical movement
Being unable to wait their turn
Acting without thinking
Little sense of danger
Want to know more?
for more information about Swinburne University’s natural medicine clinical trial for boys aged between 6 and 14 years with symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity.
Visit essentialkids.com.au for top tips for helping children with inattention and hyperactivity do their homework, from child psychologist Jo Winther.
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