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Study Shows Slower Brain Growth in Children with ADHD

All the key symptoms of ADHD (Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder) reflect an underlying lack of mental organization and self-monitoring. It is as if a traffic light at a very busy intersection has gone awry, directing the traffic in a random and disorganized manner—sending the vehicles off in all directions at the same time. And, in fact, something like that occurs in the brain of a person with ADHD. The part of the brain responsible for organizing, sequencing and controlling mental activity is simply not working on a level appropriate for the child’s age. It is as if there is “a developmental lag,” resulting in an immaturity brain chemistry and resultant function. Over the years clinicians who care for children with ADHD observed this lag, but could not identify any anatomical changes to account for this developmental lag

Now recent research backs up the view that there are biological underpinnings in brain anatomy and chemistry which results in the symptoms of ADHD. Dr Phillip Shaw of the National Institute of Mental Health recently reported data which suggest the presence of physical changes in the brain of individuals with ADHD. Dr Shaw and his collogues used scans to measure the cortex thickness at 40,000 points in the brains of 233 children with ADHD and 233 control children who were developing normally. The results showed that brain thickness was normal in ADHD children in most parts of the brain including the sensory and motor cortex. However, there was a delayed growth of thickness in the frontal cortex where most of the control functions reside.

These results are exciting for clinician as well as parents and teachers. To begin with this study provides strong evidence that ADHD is a biological/neurological condition. The symptoms are real; they are not figment of the imagination. The finding that there is a delay in brain growth that catches up in time is compatible with the long term observation that ADHD symptoms get better with age. They may not go away completely, but ameliorate with chronological maternity. This offers us all-parents, teachers, clinicians—a basis for hope for continuing healing and over time. Given time, physical maturation of the brain catches up resulting in the lessening of symptoms.

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