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Q. I heard a radio show about the children with ADHD. The signs are similar for my child. What should I expect? My 4 year son is very talkative. He is crazy to climbing the pole to reach the top of it. He is always running all round the house, shouting and causing all sorts of disturbance not only to us but to the neighbors too. Suddenly he goes in to a dull mood. His mind works too fast that he is unable to focus on a single task. I heard a radio show about the children with ADHD. The signs are similar for my child. What should I expect?

A. Children at this age are generally active and make a lot more noise and merry go around. They play as they wish. But if the child shows the symptoms for a relatively longer period say at the age of 6 then it is an alarming sign and needs a consultation with the doctor. If your child has a long history of these symptoms then you must consult a doctor. The early you diagnose, the better the treatment will be.
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Recognising their popularity, CB radios were legalised by the then Home Secretary Willie Whitelaw on November 2, 1981, with 40 channels FM - a full band higher than the illegal sets - and the craze grew.
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