Attention Deficit Disorders
It is a neurobiological disorder that makes people to control their behavior or pay attention such as following instructions, completing tasks and social interaction is known as Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD). It is usually diagnosed in childhood and often lasts into adulthood. Symptoms are categorized into three ways namely known as, Inattentive (difficulty focusing or staying focused on a task or activity), Hyperactive impulsive (excessive activity and impulsivity), and Combined (focusing problems plus excessive activity and impulsivity). Common disorders recognized in ADD are difficulty paying attention, excessive activity, and difficulty controlling behavior, cause due to both genetic and environmental factors, normally inactive, conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, learning disorder, and bipolar disorder.
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