This video explores the lives of those who have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Extreme impulsivity, hyperactivity, and distractibility are observable in behavior. Since most patients are diagnosed while they are young and get lifelong care, diagnosis has proven to be contentious. The New Zealand-shot program depicts the realities of raising kids who are so difficult to communicate with that they can’t even talk to their parents, let alone their peers.
The movie also shows adult patients who had to live with the condition for a significant portion of their lives without receiving a diagnosis, as well as several treatment options for ADHD, including medication, life coaching, all-natural therapies, and counseling.
The film also features adult sufferers who have had to live with the disorder, undiagnosed for much of their lives and the different methods of dealing with ADHD such as drugs, life management, natural remedies, and counseling.
Produced by Topshelf Productions