Britney Spears’ ADHD X Factor Announcement Encourages Parents to Learn New ADHD Coping Techniques

After pop icon Britney Spears revealed her controversial behavior while working for the X Factor, was due to ADHD, child health and behavior site has launched an initiative to help parents open up about the disorder.

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emotional disorders in children

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The X Factor announcement shocked fans and situated Britney Spears as a role model for those dealing with ADHD and similar behavioral disorders.

Miramar Beach, FL. (PRWEB) June 18, 2012

After music icon Britney Spears’ behavior as a judge on the X Factor last week came under fire, the pop princess revealed that her behavior was caused by issues with ADHD. The singer claims that she has been taking breaks from her gig as a judge to help her refocus, since she is no longer able to take ADHD medication. Britney Spears, who is joined by Simon Cowel and Demi Lovato as a judge on the reality show, came under fire after reportedly leaving her judging position multiple times throughout her work day. The X Factor announcement shocked fans and situated Britney Spears as a role model for those dealing with ADHD and similar behavioral disorders.

Spears has emerged as one of very few celebrities to ever openly discuss battles with the behavioral disorder to the public. ADHD specialists, including those at health and children’s behavioral site, Better Behaved Kids, hope the singer’s publicized announcement will give hope to the many parents who deal with ADHD issues in their children, and will show ways to handle the disorder without medication.

In light of the Britney Spears’ announcement, Better Behaved Kids, will be launching new material for parents on dealing with ADHD and ADD behavioral disorders in their children. Since ADD in kids is so common in today’s society, the site hopes that the launch of their new information along with Spears’ ADD announcement, will help parents and children find safe and balanced ways to handle this and other emotional disorders in children. The new initiative which includes healthy tips about handling stress and anxiety and diet relating these behavioral conditions in children, has currently launched on the company website.

For more information on Better Behaved Kids and their efforts to help parents and children handle ADHD issues, visit http://www.betterbehavedkids.com/.