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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a condition that is often developing children and is often most noticeable from about the age of three. Research on the condition is inconclusive and ongoing but there has been an undeniable link between the condition and heredity. The children of individual who have suffered the condition are more likely to go through the same process than those of individuals who have not. Medical research has therefore outlined heredity as one of the main avenues in which the condition is transmitted. Brain injuries may also cause the condition to occur. Exposure to lead e.g. from pipes also increases the risk.
While it may be true that food additives are a reason for increased in hyperactivity, there has so far been no research to back that claim. Scientific evidence has also proven that sugar consumption does not put the children at risk of suffering from the disorder. These factors do not affect the probability of the children suffering from the condition, and they therefore have not led to the increased cases of ADHD that is evident lately.
However, it has been determined that the use of alcohol and tobacco during pregnancy increases the risk of the unborn child developing ADHD. This can be said to be the factor that has led to the increase of ADHD cases that are being diagnosed not only in America but in the world over. This can be attributed to the increasingly free society where recreation is part of the day to day lives of the population. This is often done through parties and visits to clubs which increases their exposure and therefore consumption of alcohol. Most people also keep alcohol at home, and pregnant mothers are more likely to consume it in a bid to unwind after a long day. There are also more cases of drug consumption among pregnant mothers compared to the past, increases the number of children born with ADHD.