Attention, parents! Does your child have a tendency to remain calm in situations that would cause most other children to become frustrated and angry? Does he or she disrupt the class by continually correcting the teacher’s mistakes, thereby causing the teacher to lose the respect of the other students? If so, your child may be suffering from anger deficit hyperintelligence disorder (ADHD).

Fortunately, treatment is available in the form of intelligence normalization therapy. There are medications that can reduce your child’s hyperactive cerebrum to more normal levels of brain activity. In severe cases, the surgical removal of a portion of your child’s hypertrophied cerebrum can be effective in normalizing his intelligence.

If treated early, ADHD can be managed, and your child can live a normal life.

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Stanley Korn

Stanley Korn

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I write on a variety of subjects, mainly oriented toward solving problems and recommending improvements. My short stories include science fiction and fantasy.