Children’s Lack of Attention and ADHD

Children’s Lack of Attention and ADHD is due to the lack of communication or the perception that the child would have over the ability to cope with a specific situation or environment. With Conversational Hypnosis and Story Telling techniques, the pattern could be changed first by relaxing the child into a deep level of attention. A good example of that would be the association of the child with the characters of the stories at the subconscious level with what the child used to be afraid off, changing the association from fear to having fun or from boredom to something interesting to do, related to what the child thought before as something detrimental.

Hypnotherapy is a well-known form of Therapy that can help make changes to assist with Children’s Lack of Attention and ADHD through their subconscious state.

The primary characteristic of Children’s Lack of Attention and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is a persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or a child’s development.

Children’s Lack of Attention and ADHD is a problem that occurs usually in two or more areas of a person’s life: home, work, school, and social relationships. ADHD is also referred to as attention deficit disorder (ADD) when hyperactivity or impulsivity is not present.

Attention deficit disorder begins in childhood. The symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity need to show themselves in a manner and degree which is inconsistent with the child’s current developmental level. That is, the child’s behavior is significantly more inattentive or hyperactive than that of his or her peers of a similar age.

If the problem is organic or related directly to an organic disorder, the child should combine seeing an MD with a specialist in hypnotherapy or of the child. If under the supervision of an MD the specialist should seek contact and supervision from that MD.