Children with ADHD and Addictive Gaming

The article, “Addictive gaming more common with autism and ADHD”, by Andrew M. Seaman states

“NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Children with an autism spectrum disorder spend about twice as much time playing video games as kids who don’t have a developmental disability, according to a new study.”

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

Children with ADHD Play More Video Games.

New study from Reuters found that children with ADHD are more prone to addictive gaming.    Playing video games now a days is normal for children however children with ADHD play about 50% then children without ADHD.    Also found in the study autistic children play 100% more.
This article helps us understand the minds of Children suffering from ADHD.   It also could lead to future treatments for ADHD.

See on www.reuters.com

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