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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD

ADHD is a sub-type of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). It is different from 'Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) inattentive type'. Click here to find out how.


  •     Easily distracted
  •     Difficulty paying attention
  •     Impulsive
  •     ADHD kid boy   
  •     Hyperactive, physically restless
  •     difficulty remaining seated
  •     Difficulty waiting their turn
  •     Blurting out answers
  •     Doesn't obey instructions
  •     Shifts from one uncompleted activity to another
  •     Fidgeting
  •     Can't play quietly
  •     Talks excessively, doesn't listen
  •     Keeps interrupting in conversation
  •     Often loses things
  •     Makes a decision instantly without thinking about consequences
  •     Impulsive buying
  •     Acts and speaks without thinking
  •     Replies before completing the question
  •     Jumps to conclusions before checking details
  •     Making false assumptions
  •     Making rapid decisions or to act quickly in a case of emergency.

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