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ADHD Treatment

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common neurological diseases in childhood. ADHD patients find it difficult to focus on the task, have impulsive behaviors and act without thinking about outcomes. ADHD is a developmental disease usually diagnosed at a younger age and persists till adulthood.  Do you know someone with attention deficit […]

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is not just a childhood condition; 30 percent to 70 percent of children with ADHD continue to have symptoms as adults.

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ADHD vs. Anxiety

In many cases, an individual can tackle both of the diseases simultaneously, so in that case, it will be more fruitful to treat Anxiety first and then take measures to vanish the remaining signs of ADHD.

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Types of ADHD

ADHD is also called ADD when there are no signs of hyperactivity in the individual with the illness. It is reported that around 11% of 4-17 year-olds in the US have ADHD, which equivalent to about 6,4 million youngsters. Adults, on the other hand, might have ADHD. This article will go through a detailed review […]

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ADHD Statistics

Unfortunately, the projected ADHD statistics show that the prevalence of ADHD will rise further. Although the data on ADHD epidemiology is endless

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Hyperfixation is a term used to describe an intense, obsessive preoccupation with a particular activity, subject, or interest

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Depression And ADHD

ADHD and depression are two distinct mental health conditions that can co-occur. It is estimated that around 20-30% of individuals with ADHD also experience depression

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Inattentive ADHD

People with inattentive ADHD have trouble paying attention to small details, are easily distracted, often find it hard to organize or finish work

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