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Calm Your Hyperactive Child by Dr. Sabina Dosani

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The hyperactivity thermometer

It’s easy to tell if children have a fever. Just pop a thermometer in the mouth. Measuring ADHD isn’t so easy.

This shows you how to make your own hyperactivity thermometer, so you can see when things are under control and when they are hotting up.

It isn’t fair really. We can measure children’s height, weight, blood pressure and shoe size, but when it comes to measuring impulsivity, hyperactivity and concentration, there are no simple tools. But wouldn’t it be great if there was a way of measuring hyperactivity, almost like a ruler for measuring how ADHD symptoms are from day to day? Well, there are ways you can measure your child’s ADHD symptoms, and measure progress after ideas are put in place at school or ...

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