ADHD in neurology
Treatment of ADHD in the Neuro Praxis Düsseldorf
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a neurological disorder characterized by difficulties with attention, concentration, and impulsivity. ADHD affects children and adults and can affect school and work performance.
ADHD occurs in about 5-10% of children and 2-5% of adults.
Diagnosis: The diagnosis of ADHD requires a comprehensive evaluation of the individual's behavior and functioning by an experienced specialist physician, taking into account history, clinical interviews and behavioral observations.
Therapy: Treatment for ADHD may involve a combination of medication, behavioral, and psychotherapeutic interventions. Behavioral interventions can include a structured daily routine, reinforcing feedback, and systematic social skills development. Psychotherapy can help to better deal with the effects of ADHD on daily life and relationships.