I went to the hospital for a checkup, but the tests were not scheduled, but the EEG results came out first.
The diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome is based on a comprehensive assessment, not only on the EEG, but also on the child's symptoms, signs and other behavioral tests, intelligence scores, etc. The results of the EEG are suggestive of ADHD.
According to your case, it is generally said that under the guidance of this doctor to check clearly, according to the situation to symptomatic treatment, generally this situation is hyperactivity, need to be carried out under the guidance of the doctor, do some physical therapy, and is the use of medication, or generally to exercise more, to enhance physical fitness, the condition will also have a certain degree of help.
If the child has obvious inattentiveness, then the possibility of ADHD is relatively higher. If the child has inattentiveness, but his activity is only slightly greater, this is not diagnosed.