A plastic model of a brain- the skull translucent- stands in a public place
Format: Streaming  |  Length: 00:45:00  |  ID #: 105  |  Posted in: , , ,
Audience: Adults  |  Published: 2005
Wendy Richardson addresses many of the myths surrounding attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) and outlines its characteristics and common symptoms. She graphically explains how brain function is effected by AD/HD and why it is common for people with AD/HD to turn to addictive substances such as alcohol, marijuana, heroin, prescription tranquilizers, pain medication, nicotine, caffeine, sugar, cocaine and street amphetamines in an attempt to soothe their restless brains and bodies. This video offers information and practical suggestions that will help you understand and cope with AD/HD.
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