ADHD vs. Anxiety; are two terms that are often recognized as mirror images of each other. But these two terms are not essentially similar and have significant differences in their symptoms and causes and so in their treatments. According to statistics, on average, half of the persons who have ADHD are also battling Anxiety. Both ADHD and Anxiety are different diseases, but both adversely influence the lives of sufferers and their families with miserable trauma.
ADHD(Adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) is more often recognized as a disease related to difficulty paying attention, concentration, distractibility, creativity, impulsive behavior, and hyperactivity. ADHD usually happens due to genetic problems, developmental problems, and certain environmental factors and results in low self-esteem, poor performance at work or school, unstable relationships, and many other problems.
While Anxiety is perceived as a psychic disease characterized by constant feelings of fear, panic, uneasiness, danger, ruination, sleep problems, palpitations, nausea, hyperventilation, dizziness, rumination, shortness of breath, and impulsively avoiding feared objects and places, it may happen due to many elements, including environmental stress, genetics, drug misuse or withdrawal, brain chemistry, and many other medical conditions.
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