So you have discovered that you or someone you know suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or maybe you suspect that your child or spouse has this disorder… what do you do with this information?
ADD and ADHD are neurological disorders and there are no blood tests or other diagnostic tools to efficiently diagnosis them.
A person suffering from ADD often displays inattention. This individual does not suffer from hyperactivity and impulsivity and as a consequence someone suffering from this disorder is often overlooked or misdiagnosed.
Some typical symptoms of a person suffering from these disorders:
- The mind often wonders when completing tasks that they find arduous or boring.
- Reading is often difficult, unless it is a subject that the individual finds interesting.
- When in groups, the individual may find that he/she is easily distracted and find it difficult to pay attention to the conversation.
- This individual may have a quick temper, argumentative, and irritable.
- May say things without thinking and might later have regrets.
- Often are impulsive in their decision making and do not think through the consequences.
- Difficulties in relationships, because they do not consider the other person’s feelings.
- Difficulty planning, executing, and completing a task.
- May feel more comfortable being on the go rather than sitting in one place for a long period of time.
- May interrupt conversations or be quick to answer a question before other person completes the sentence.
- May be disorganized and also may work on many projects at once and not completing any one project.
Many people who suffer from this disorder often display the above symptoms as well as the following:
1. Finding it difficult to sit still.
2. Often fidgets.
3. Inappropriately runs or moves about.
4. Difficulty relaxing.
HYPNOSIS TREATMENT for ADD/ADHDDeciding on the appropriate treatment course can be daunting and consequently many turn to medication. For those people who seek a natural method to treat ADD/ADHD, then hypnosis might be for you. Hypnosis should be conducted by a qualified psychologist, psychiatrist, or certified hypnotherapist.
By using hypnosis, I am able to treat the symptoms of ADD/ADHD by putting the client in a deeply relaxed state, which allows me to access the 88% of the brain that is unused. Through hypnotic suggestions and therapy, I can re-teach the brain to function in a way that is more suitable for the client. If you are interested in learning more about hypnosis and ADD/ADHD treatment, feel free to contact me.