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Dealing With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Dealing With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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ADHD is an acronym that stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This condition was formerly known as the Attention Deficit Disorder, though the name was modified when it was noted that the affected people were also prone to severe hyperactivity.

ADHD commonly manifests in young children, though most of them carry the traits over into adulthood as well. ADHD is also referred to by some people as the "single-synapse" or the "short attention span" problem.

The reasons for this is because ADHD's main characteristics are a marked inability to concentrate on any one thing for very long, accompanied by extremely impulsive behavior where the person doesn't stop to think at all when they get an idea or react to a situation.
ADHD is an acronym that stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This condition was formerly known as the Attention Deficit Disorder, though the name was modified when it was noted that the affected people were also prone to severe hyperactivity.

ADHD commonly manifests in young children, though most of them carry the traits over into adulthood as well. ADHD is also referred to by some people as the "single-synapse" or the "short attention span" problem.

The reasons for this is because ADHD's main characteristics are a marked inability to concentrate on any one thing for very long, accompanied by extremely impulsive behavior where the person doesn't stop to think at all when they get an idea or react to a situation.

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Table of ContentsWhat Is ADHD Disorder?What are the symptoms of ADHD?Are There Similar Disorders?What Causes ADHD?Diagnosing ADHD In ChildrenDiagnosing ADHD In AdultsEducation and ADHD Children in Public SchoolsEducation for ADHD Children in the Private SectorA Good IDEAPharmaceutical Treatments for ADHDControversy in the Medical CommunityNatural Remedies for ADHDAlternative Treatments for ADHDCoping Skills for Patient and FamilyResearching ADHD
 
 
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What Is ADHD Disorder?
Basic Facts about ADHDADHD is an acronym that stands for Attention Deficit HyperactivityDisorder. This condition was formerly known as the Attention DeficitDisorder, though the name was modified when it was noted that theaffected people were also prone to severe hyperactivity.ADHD commonly manifests in young children, though most of themcarry the traits over into adulthood as well. ADHD is also referred to bysome people as the "single-synapse" or the "short attention span"problem.The reasons for this is because ADHD's main characteristics are amarked inability to concentrate on any one thing for very long,accompanied by extremely impulsive behavior where the persondoesn't stop to think at all when they get an idea or react to asituation.

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