Experts say they’re seeing more ADHD behavior in kids because of screen time exposure

 ADHD in the News 2020-08-27

Before the pandemic started, it’s estimated that children ages eight to 15 spent between six and seven hours in front a screen each day...“We’re seeing a significantly increased behavior in terms of what we would consider ADHD, or tick behavior,” ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Shawn Nasseri said. “It’s been at least 100 kids in the last few months.”