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10 Questions about Adult ADD

There are millions of Adult Americans suffering from Adult ADD.  Adult attention deficit disorder is not well known.   Many people have never heard of it.   Hopefully by reading this post and review the article you can help spread the information.   Laura Flynn McCarthy from iVillage.com writes:

Adult ADD: 10 Important Questions.

Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is not only for children. About 8 to 9 million American adults, and as many women as men, have ADD. There are three types: hyperactive/impulsive, inattentive and combined hyperactive/impulsive/inattentive. For years, the criterion for diagnosing ADD in adults was the same as for children: at least six symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity in two or more settings (work and at home, for example) to a point where those symptoms impair your daily life.

For the full article please go here.

If you know anyone who suffers from Adult ADD and you want to learn more please visit our Attention Deficit Disorder counseling website.

 

 

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