ADHD and Vedic astrology planets at work.

If the Moon and Mercury are under the influence of Saturn in the sign of it, it can cause nerve damage or hysteria. Mental illness means a temporary denial of mental abilities such as memory and power of concentration. This does not mean the true and final clouding the mind.If Saturn or Rahu intersect with the Moon or Mercury in any house , by connecting or aspecting , it can cause mental illness. Third and ninth houses run mental stability. Saturn or Rahu  aspecting the Moon or Mercury in the third or ninth house cause disturbed mental stability and causes hysteria and fainting. Gemini, Virgo and Aquarius also control our mind and mental structure. Moon and Mercury in Aquarius are causing mental illness. Even a simple conjunction of the Moon with Saturn or Rahu causes unhealthy mental state. But Mars, connecting with the Sun or Mercury in Gemini or Virgo cause sleepwalking. Planets governing mental activity – Are the Moon, Saturn and Mercury.
In case one Mercury and moon are in Rahu ,ketu axis aspecting each other and moon is receiving an aspect from Debited  Saturn  Moon is in capricon and is afflicted similarly moon is afflicted.Thereby fulfilling the conditions of a mental illness.( in this case ADHD). gulika occupies Aquarius the saturanian sign
In case no-2 Mercury is conjunct Saturn ,and rahu ketu axis is 3rd-9th ,Moon is conjunct mars lord of sixth and 11th ,gulika occupies sign virgo the mercurian sign and the 4th house significating mind. Disease ADHD.
Moon- Mind or manas.
Mercury – Rules- Brain and Nerves by Mercury
Aries : The brain faculties and the distribution of mental and physical energy.
Aquarius : Accidents to the ankles and complaints affecting that part of the body; varicose veins, blood poisoning and some nervous diseases.
Gemini : Nervous reactions and restlessness, form the basis.
Virgo : There is a tendency to upsets of the digestive organs from nervous causes, producing acidity and other troubles.
Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a psychiatric[1] and neurobehavioral disorder[2] characterized by either significant difficulties of inattention or hyperactivity andimpulsiveness or a combination of the two. According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR), symptoms emerge before seven years of age.[3]There are three subtypes of the disorder which consist of it being predominantly inattentive(ADHD-PI or ADHD-I), predominately hyperactive-impulsive (ADHD-HI or ADHD-H), or the two combined (ADHD-C). Oftentimes people refer to ADHD-PI as “attention deficit disorder” (ADD), however, this term has not been officially used since the 1994 version of the DSM. ADHD impacts school-aged children and results in restlessness, acting impulsively, and lack of focus which impairs their ability to learn.
It is the most commonly studied and diagnosed psychiatric disorder in children, affecting about 3 to 5 percent of children globally[4][5] and is diagnosed in about 2 to 16 percent of school-aged children.[6]
ADD is often seen in highly creative individuals and is common in
gifted children. In many ways, the symptoms of ADD may be the result
of an overactive mind and an unharnessed imagination.
1. Fails to pay close attention to details or makes careless
mistakes in schoolwork, work, or other activities
2. Has difficulty holding attention in tasks or play activities.
3. Does not seem to listen when spoken to directly
4. Does not follow through on instructions and fails to finish
schoolwork, chores, or duties in the workplace (not because he is
rebelling or has not understood instructions)
5. Has difficulty organizing tasks and activities.
6. Avoids or dislikes tasks that require sustained mental effort
(such as schoolwork or homework).
7. Loses things necessary for tasks or activities (e.g. toys, school
assignments, pencils, books, or tools).
8. Is easily distracted by extraneous external stimuli.
9. Is forgetful in daily activities.

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