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Health - Take Care ADHD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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Due to lack of 'Food for the Mind' many people especially children and youth are suffering with ADHD. Even i was a victim of ADHD for years which took me to the verge of depression. Educate yourself, Educate your friends for mental suffering is far more worse than physical illness; The former most often goes unnoticed and usually ignored. It is so unfortunate that many students are now suffering with one or other mental suffering these days.

General Symptoms:

ADHD: hyperactive, inattentive, impulsive, restlessness, not able to concentrate, too talkative, not able to control emotions, hyper reactive, uncontrollable anger - - -

Depression: In case of students: Sudden drop in academic percentage (80-90) to (40-60)%, Depressed Mood, pessimistic attitude, not interested to mingle with others, not trusting anyone, despair, Insomnia or sleeping too much, weight changes, Feelings of worthlessness or guilt, thoughts of suicide.

Remedy: Counseling from a good psychologist, prescribed drugs by certified Psychiatrist, assimilation of Super powerful ideas which serve as a perfect food for the mind, Yoga, Meditation, Music, Painting, Dance, Reading inspirational literature, Travelling, Bhajans(Devotional Singing), Prayer,- - -

Sarve bhavantu sukhinah
Sarve santu niraamayaah
Sarve bhadraani pashyantu
Maakaschit duhkha bhaag bhave

May all be happy! (sukhinah)
May all be free from disabilities! (niraamayaah)
May all look (pashyantu) to the good of others!
May none suffer from sorrow! (duhkha)

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