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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD/ADD) – causes, symptoms & pathology

What is ADHD? ADHD and ADD are synonymous terms used to describe when a child displays symptoms related to not being able to pay attention or is overly active and impulsive. Find more videos at

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What is ADHD? (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)

What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? (Attention Deficit Disorder – ADD) –

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ADD and ADHD are two terms used to describe the same health disorder. This condition is a brain disorder or mental health disorder. Who is prone to ADD and ADHD? ADHD is commonly associated with children. However, anyone can suffer from the condition including adults.

What are the Symptoms of ADHD? There are numerous symptoms of ADHD. They fall within categories of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. Inattention symptoms are missing details or making careless mistakes with work. Hyperactivity & impulsivity symptoms are the inability to remain still for long. Frequent fidgeting, talking excessively, a tendency to interrupt frequently.

What Causes ADHD? Experts believe that there may be genetic components to this condition. Low birth weight, brain injuries and alcohol use are also causes. It also causes the inability to focus on tasks and hyperactivity. Environment plays a lesser role in the development of ADHD.

How is ADHD Treated? There are numerous ways of treating ADHD and the most common are: treatment for ADHD often focuses on behavior modification or behavior therapy. Marital and family therapy are also therapy options. Medications can also help with the management of ADHD. There are also some non-stimulant medications that may be effective.

How is ADHD Prevented? Efforts to increase dopamine production can prevent the onset of ADHD. Treating disorders such as depression and anxiety can help prevent ADHD. Brain injuries are a major factor in the onset of ADHD. Special caution to avoid this toxic element is of utmost importance.

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How to Manage Your Child's ADHD | Children's National Health System

Children’s National pediatric psychiatrist and director of the ADHD program, Jay Salpekar, MD, explains tips on raising a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. For more information, go to:


How to Teach Children With ADHD

How to Teach Children With ADHD. Part of the series: ADHD Treatments. If a child has been diagnosed with ADHD, teaching them is all about giving positive feedback and attention, as well as providing organization and structure in the classroom. Learn about self-monitoring with help from a child and family psychologist in this free video on teaching children with ADHD. Read more:


CHILDREN ADHD Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic condition that affects millions of children and often continues into adulthood. ADHD includes a combination of persistent problems, such as difficulty sustaining attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior.
Children with ADHD also may struggle with low self-esteem, troubled relationships and poor performance in school. Symptoms sometimes lessen with age. However, some people never completely outgrow their ADHD symptoms. But they can learn strategies to be successful.
While treatment won’t cure ADHD, it can help a great deal with symptoms. Treatment typically involves medications and behavioral interventions. Early diagnosis and treatment can make a big difference in outcome.

The primary features of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder include inattention and hyperactive-impulsive behavior. ADHD symptoms start before age 12, and in some children, they’re noticeable as early as 3 years of age. ADHD symptoms can be mild, moderate or severe, and they may continue into adulthood.

ADHD occurs more often in males than in females, and behaviors can be different in boys and girls. For example, boys may be more hyperactive and girls may tend to be quietly inattentive.

There are three subtypes of ADHD:
• Predominantly inattentive. The majority of symptoms fall under inattention.
• Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive. The majority of symptoms are hyperactive and impulsive.
• Combined. The most common type in the U.S., this is a mix of inattentive symptoms and hyperactive-impulsive symptoms.

A child who shows a pattern of inattention may often:
• Fail to pay close attention to details or make careless mistakes in schoolwork
• Have trouble staying focused in tasks or play
• Appear not to listen, even when spoken to directly
• Have difficulty following through on instructions and fail to finish schoolwork or chores
• Have trouble organizing tasks and activities
• Avoid or dislike tasks that require focused mental effort, such as homework
• Lose items needed for tasks or activities, for example, toys, school assignments, pencils
• Be easily distracted
• Forget to do some daily activities, such as forgetting to do chores

Hyperactivity and impulsivity
A child who shows a pattern of hyperactive and impulsive symptoms may often:

• Fidget with or tap his or her hands or feet, or squirm in the seat
• Have difficulty staying seated in the classroom or in other situations
• Be on the go, in constant motion
• Run around or climb in situations when it’s not appropriate
• Have trouble playing or doing an activity quietly
• Talk too much
• Blurt out answers, interrupting the questioner
• Have difficulty waiting for his or her turn
• Interrupt or intrude on others’ conversations, games or activities

Additional issues
In addition, a child with ADHD has:

• Symptoms for at least six months
• Several symptoms that negatively affect school, home life or relationships in more than one setting, such as at home and at school
• Behaviors that aren’t normal for children the same age who don’t have ADHD
Normal behavior vs. ADHD
Most healthy children are inattentive, hyperactive or impulsive at one time or another. It’s normal for preschoolers to have short attention spans and be unable to stick with one activity for long. Even in older children and teenagers, attention span often depends on the level of interest.
The same is true of hyperactivity. Young children are naturally energetic — they often are still full of energy long after they’ve worn their parents out. In addition, some children just naturally have a higher activity level than others do. Children should never be classified as having ADHD just because they’re different from their friends or siblings.
Children who have problems in school but get along well at home or with friends are likely struggling with something other than ADHD. The same is true of children who are hyperactive or inattentive at home, but whose schoolwork and friendships remain unaffected.

While the exact cause of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is not clear, research efforts continue. Factors that may be involved in the development of ADHD include:

• Genetics. ADHD can run in families, and studies indicate that genes may play a role.
• Environment. Certain environmental factors, such as lead exposure, may increase risk.
• Development. Problems with the central nervous system at key moments in development may play a role.


Childhood ADHD: What are the signs and symptoms?

Dr. Blanca Fresno of Children’s Physicians Medical Group (CPMG) explains the signs, symptoms and treatment for the different types of childhood ADHD.


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