Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder ( Adhd )

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What is ADHD? “Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder is one of the most common childhood disorders and can continue through adolescence and adulthood” (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). ADHD in real terms is the inability to focus. Several people have describe people with ADHD as skirmish, talkative, and have trouble waiting. ADHD has been previously described as ADD (attention deficit disorder) but the only difference is the “H”. This “H” describes how this disorder deals with hyperactivity, while ADD can be more calm. Effects in Children & Adults Symptoms that occur in children include low self-esteem, easily distracted, troubled relationships, poor accomplishments in school, unnecessary talking, trouble waiting, and others. Many of these symptoms can be outgrown; although, many kids have ADHD their whole life (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children). If these symptoms are seen in children and have occurred many times, the child should get tested for ADHD. However, take into consideration that kids have tons of energy and get moody when tired so if these symptoms have been seen only a few times wait for more instances. More importantly, it is not just in little children because it can also be recognised in teens. If there is a suspicion that a teen has ADHD more attention should be put on them for “teens with ADHD may also have more problems when they are driving cars. They get more speeding tickets and have serious car accidents more often” (ADD
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