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Hyperkinetic Syndrome - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

 

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Hyperkinetic syndrome is diagnosed in about 0.1% of children in the UK, but in about 5% of children in the USA. It is a also known about attention deficit disorder and ADD. ADHD is currently considered to be a persistent and chronic condition for which no medical cure is available. ADHD is most commonly diagnosed in children and, over the past decade, has been increasingly diagnosed in adults. About 60% of children diagnosed with ADHD retain the disorder as adults. Causes of ADHD genes, many of which affect dopamine transporters. Others causes despite the lack of evidence that nutrition. Severe protein deficiency can cause symptoms consistent with ADHD. ADHD is treated most effectively, and cost efficiently, with medication. Psychotherapy is another option, with or without medication.

Causes of Hyperkinetic Syndrome

Common Causes and Risk factors of Hyperkinetic Syndrome

  • Genetic factors.
  • Nutrition ( protein deficency ).
  • Depression.

Signs and Symptoms of Hyperkinetic Syndrome

Common Sign and Symptoms of Hyperkinetic Syndrome

  • Poor coordination.
  • Messiness.
  • Mood swings.
  • Hard to please.
  • Frustration.
  • Forgetfulness.
  • Poor attention span.

Treatment for Hyperkinetic Syndrome

Common Treatment for Hyperkinetic Syndrome

  • ADHD is treated most Medications such as , methylphenidate (Ritalin) ,dextroamphetamine , pemoline (Cylert) and Clonidine.
  • Antidepressants drugs is treat for Hyperkinetic Syndrome .
  • Supportive treatments.
  • Behavioral therapy.
  • Psychotherapy.
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy.
  • Social skills training.