Intructor Lukin, English1010 English & Composition
Proposal on ADHD
Medicating Young Children with ADHD
Problem: Is it a good or bad idea to put children under the adolescent age on medication for ADHD?
Solution: It all depends on the parents and severity of the problem
Working Thesis Statement:
A case study shows that 9% of all American children have ADHD or (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and only a small percentage of those children take medication for it. As a mother of 3 (2 of them under the age of 6) having ADHD, I know what its like to put medicine in one child, and not the other. My oldest is easier to handle, and not as violent as his younger brother. My child on medicine is only able to control on the medicine. While medicine may be meant for one child, it could be the absolute opposite for another. There are different kinds of medicines on the market for children with ADHD. Is it okay to put a child on any kind of medicine for behavioral problems, and if so what kind is right for which child? In todays world, with so many changes to the enviroment, chemical imbalances are arising amongst the human race more than it ever has. Babies are born everyday with more new diseases and mental health problems than ever before. One of the biggest problems amongst American children is ADHD (Attention Defecit Hyperactivity Disorder). It is a chemical imbalance in a persons body that causes them to act out hyperly, violently, and have a problem concentrating on anything, and getting along with others. The largest population with this problem is...
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