Your children’s mental health plays the most important part in their social and cognitive development. It is during this early stage in life when they shape their brain’s structure and build foundation for all their lifelong skills such as problem-solving, social interaction and self-control.
Although Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is genetically acquired, that doesn’t mean that we can’t do anything about it. After all, it can be also environmental. You may not have any control on your genes, but you totally have control on your diet or your sleeping habits. These factors also contribute greatly on ADHD symptoms.
As we all know, adolescence is the age of change. It is the time when kids can develop habits that can affect their adult lives.
Adolescence, therefore, is not an easy time for both kids and parents.