Friday, March 22, 2019
This research purpose will be dealing with the growing problem of attention shortage hyperactive disorder, or also known commonly as ADHD, in the United States. ADHD has grown from the 1% of the sisterhood world in the 1970s to its current rate of 5% of the school age population according to National Survey of Childrens Health. That is a 400% plus over 40 years. With this type of increase, so has the increase of medicinal drug children ar prescribed to help them cope with the disorder. This study will be tone at what kind of effect these medications are having on young children and, if any, the affects of the medication on the child meeting milestones in their education. H- Dietary eliminations from a child diagnosed with ADHA can have a notable positive effect. H1- Dietary eliminations from a child diagnosed with ADHA does not have a notable positive effect. Chapter 1 Introduction to research proposal. ADHD is defined by a obstinate pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivi ty-impulsivity that is more frequently displayed and is more laborious than is typic anyy observed in individuals at comparable level of phylogenesis (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). There are several characteristics that are confront in ADHA that include hyperactive-impulsive or inattentive symptoms that must have been present in a childs life before they reach seven years of age. Some impairment from the symptoms of ADHD must be present in at least two settings. A doctor must observe clear evidence of interference with developmentally appropriate social, academic or occupational functioning and the disturbance does not occur completely during the course of a Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Schizophrenia, or separate insane Disorders and... ...t even harder to study and find the true results of the effect they have on children. One that has been studied is known simply as Yellow issue forth 5 has been studied alone. The results are that they could not find a c over link to it and hyperactivity but it is the second most used dye in the United State. Yello Number 5 is called tartrazine and is commonly found in all of the following Nabisco Cheese Nips Four Cheese Frito-Lay Sun Chips Harvest cheddar and other Frito-Lay products some Hunts Snack Pack Pudding products Lucky Charms Eggo waffles and other waffle products some Pop-Tarts products various Kraft macaroni and cheese products Betty Crocker Hamburger patron and other products some Oscar Mayer Lunchables products Hot Pockets Ham & Cheese some stewardess cup cakes some Betty Crocker frostings some M&Ms and Skittles products some Gatorade products.