ADHD is a brain problem characterized by a persistent inattention. Other possible characteristics include hyperactivity-impulsivity, which interferes with proper mental functioning and development.
The key symptoms include inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. These symptoms are evident at early ages, but they become more eminent when a child’s circumstances changes, such as attending school.
A patient with inattention wanders off task, is disorganized, has challenges while maintaining focus, and is not persistent. These traits do not arise because the patient is defiant or lacks comprehension. Hyperactivity means that the patient is restless even in situations that require him or her to concentrate.…Read More