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PARENTS AGREE: Y3K TUTOR IN YOUR HOME CHANGES LIVES #29
The owner of Y3K Tutor In Your Home has been a blessing to our family! A few years back I was having some behavioral issues with my son. Thanks to his help, the Y3K Tutor In Your Home website was a wealth of information and helped us to get through many rough patches. He is just a click away for whenever we need help.
I also have a nephew with ADHD, OCD, and other added issues. The owner is wonderful to work with especially during very intense moments. I would recommend Y3K Tutor In Your Home in a heartbeat! His wisdom, knowledge, patience, and follow up has brought much comfort to our family when we were truly feeling hopeless!
Y3K Tutor In Your Home’s ADHD Quiz #7: Eating Fish
Y3K TUTOR IN YOUR HOME’S ADHD QUIZ #7: EATING FISH
Q: True or False: Pregnant women who eat lots of fish are more likely to have children with ADHD?
A: True. Initial research suggests that pregnant women who eat lots of fish – especially tuna, swordfish and other fish with high mercury levels are more likely to have children with ADHD. Researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health tracked 788 Massachusetts children between 1993 and 1998. Then they had the children’s mothers keep food diaries while they were pregnant so they could see how much fish the women ate. They took hair samples from them after they gave birth so they could test their mercury levels.
Eight years later, they asked the children’s teachers if the kids exhibited ADHD-like symptoms, such as hyperactivity, impulsiveness and inattentiveness. The researchers concluded that the women who had the most mercury in their hair were 60% more likely to have a child who exhibited ADHD-like behavior.
Y3K Tutor In Your Home’s ADHD Quiz #6: Pregnancy
Y3K TUTOR IN YOUR HOME’S ADHD QUIZ #6: PREGNANCY
Q: True or False: There is a link between smoking and drinking while pregnant and ADHD?
A: True. Studies have shown a link between smoking and alcohol use in pregnant mothers may increase ADHD risk.
Y3K Tutor In Your Home’s ADHD Quiz #3: Average Age
Y3K TUTOR IN YOUR HOME’S ADHD QUIZ #3: AVERAGE AGE
Q: What is the average age of first time ADHD diagnosis?
A: 7 years old
ADHD, Behavior, Anxiety, Depression, & Autism Common?
Many more children have mental problems then you would think. According to a finding published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 5 children or 20% between the ages of 3 and 17 have some form of mental disorder. Here are some interesting statistics showing just how common the top 5 mental disorders are:
ADHD: 6.8% or 1 in 14
Behavioral or Conduct Problems: 3.5% or 1 in 28
Anxiety: 3% or 1 in 33
Depression: 2.1% or 1 in 50
Autism Spectrum Disorders: 1.1% or 1 in 100
If your child suffers from any mental disorder, seek out help right away. Most childhood mental health problems can be improved by giving them the support they need and acting quickly if there is a sign of a problem. Without any treatment or help, most of these mental illnesses will worsen over time. It’s always better to try and seek support when the child, or adult for that matter, starts showing signs of mental illnesses. There are a number of different treatments, such as medicines and therapy options.
Depression in children and teens is a major problem that is hardly discussed. People are often too embarrassed to talk about it and sometimes in denial. If depression in children and teens is left untreated, it can lead to long-term educational issues, relationship problems, substance abuse and suicide.
Y3K Tutor In Your Home – What We Do
We take the students whose hopes were fading and give them the courage to look ahead.
Success: Leave a Trail
Do not follow where the path may lead. Go where there is no path and leave a trail.
Parenting Special Needs Children
When children have special needs, those closest to them may suffer. Parents of children with special needs often experience emotional problems such as fear, sadness, rage, loneliness, and guilt. They also experience physical problems such as exhaustion and self-neglect. Many report their health as “fair to poor“ and over half say their diets and exercise habits have deteriorated since their parenting responsibilities began. They also report that they do not regularly keep their own medical appointments. It is important for those caring for those with special needs to address and treat their own issues as well.