Inattentive Type ADHD
The frequency ratio brain maps marked “client” show elevated Theta/Beta and Alpha/Beta activity in posterior, central and frontal areas of the brain. An area of especially elevated activity is seen in the front and middle of the brain in the Alpha/Beta ratio. This over a brain area called the “cingulated gyrus” which is associated with being able to shift one’s focus from one thing to another. In this case, it indicates difficulty in being able to perform such a shift. The sample of raw EEG shows the occasional intrusion of slow brain wave activity into faster activity as a person periodically “fades out”.