If you see ADHD in toddler, than I am going to suggest some help that should dramatically change your toddler for the better.
Let's take a look at the source for determining ADHD first. It says, "Some symptoms that cause impairment were present before age 7."
So, you should see some impairment before the child is 7 years of age. If you are seeing a lot of symptoms or it is extreme, there is a serious problem and you are doing the right thing by looking for answers.
Sever case of ADHD in toddlers really shouldn't be but there can be things that cause this. In most cases, it is related to poor child nutrition.
I have talked to many parents who say that their child has a healthy diet, but when they tell me what their child eats, I show what is wrong with every single thing. They think the child has a good diet but see that it is an extremely poor diet.
In most cases, diet is bad so what can you do? There is a very inexpensive resource that I came across. It will teach you all about diet and give you a specific diet for your child.
This booklet is an easy read and can be read in 1 day.Booklet: Diet for child with ADHD
For complete information on ADHD, you must also get this book Victory Over ADHD
The more you educate yourself, the better you are able to help. You can do most of your research on this website. The above booklet is going to give you the specifics about diet that you need to know.
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