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Adult Attention Deficit Disorder

Adult Attention Deficit Disorder is just how it sounds.   It is ADHD for adults.  Normally ADD is identified in a child and it is treated through counseling or medication.   However in some cases the attention deficit disorder can go unnoticed and lead to adult ADD.   This can happen when parents or teachers do not properly address the symptoms or it gets misdiagnosed.   An article by http://newsolio.com has more on this subject.

Adult Attention Deficit Disorder

What is Adult ADD?
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder is your childhood Attention Deficit Disorder, all grown up. For some people, the symptoms of ADD lessen in adulthood. For others, it’s just as problematic as it ever was.

Attention Deficit Disorder, also known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is divided into three types: Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Type (hyperactive), Predominantly Inattentive Type (hypoactive), and Combined Type (characteristics of both).

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2 Responses to Adult Attention Deficit Disorder

  1. admin says:

    It must have been a typo in the meta description. Thank you for pointing that out to us. Sometimes SEO software will look for synonyms and you will get mislabels like this. Again thank you for helping us correct this.

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  2. Kathy Brownlow, MEd, OCT, BCC, ADC-C says:

    I am a graduate of your ADHD consultant program. I just received on my Facebook page, a blog post from you about ADHD and I’m very unhappy to read you describing ADHD as an ‘illness’. It is not! This description is very outdated. It is a neurochemical disorder that stays with you…it can be managed not ‘treated’ as you write. You imply that it is a curable illness…
    Unless your course has changed, that’s not what I learned. Many health professionals are in the dark (Dark Ages) about the current brain research on ADHD, and I’m disappointed that your description won’t help things improve.
    I hope some more current information will appear instead…

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