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August 24,2015

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ADD, also known as AD/HD, is Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. It is a developmental disability that inhibits neurological functions, such as attention spans and hyperactivity. It is estimated that it currently affects about 5% of the school age population.

Symptoms of ADD include careless mistakes in activities in which attention is required, forgetfulness, avoidance of anything that requires mental effort, a failure to follow instructions or to listen carefully, an inability to sit still for long periods of time, and restlessness.

For those living with ADD, it is common knowledge that the disorder has no known cause, and that the use of medication only treats the symptoms, which return if medication is stopped. Because we are unable to pinpoint the catalyst for ADD, we are all left wondering what types of ADD therapy will work.

At nu Life Medical Group, we understand that getting diagnosed as having ADD is the first step in a lifetime of management. It’s best to know early from compassionate professionals.

We are proud to offer ADD treatment in San Juan Capistrano, CA, with a variety of treatments available to fit your requirements. We believe that there is no one-size-fits-all therapy when it comes to ADD, and that you must go with the therapy that works for you.

nu Life Medical Group has seen the most success with ADD counseling coupled with medication. This ADD management therapy is a great way to provide normalcy for a child or adult who has been properly diagnosed with the disorder. By combining medication and counseling in a treatment plan, you can learn new ways to focus and center yourself, while having the added benefit of a medication that can calm your symptoms.

ADD is not the end of the world, and the sooner you begin a treatment plan, the better the results will be for you. At our clinic, we can diagnose and treat you, saving you the trouble of having to find another medical center to take care of your needs. If you think you or a loved one may have ADD, swing by our offices for a consultation with one of our doctors.