What is ADD syndrome?

What is ADD syndrome?

ADD symptoms

Activity and attention disorder (ICD-10).Hyperkinetic syndrome (DSM-II).Attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity (DSM-III).Attention deficit syndrome.Moderate brain dysfunction.  Medical notice [edit data on Wikidata].

Historically, this disorder has received different characterizations and innumerable designations, making it difficult to consult the specialized literature.[16] The current designation (ADHD) has been challenged and attempts have been made to change it numerous times, as it contributes to the stereotype that people with ADHD cannot pay attention (or can pay less attention) and/or are undeniably hyperkinetic. The attentional difficulty in ADHD is one of regulation (directing attention at will), not of capacity, and mental hyperactivity is more common than physical hyperactivity.[17] The attentional difficulty in ADHD is one of regulation (directing attention at will), not capacity, and mental hyperactivity is more common than physical hyperactivity.[17

3 types of ADHD are considered: predominantly hyperactive/impulsive (ADHD-H/I), predominantly inattentive (ADHD-I) and combined (ADHD-C). [3] The main differences between the predominantly inattentive subtype and the predominantly hyperactive-impulsive subtype are that the former is more noticeable at school and is expressed more passively, while the latter is more prolonged in time and refers to aspects linked to more everyday and observable behaviors and behaviors of the individual. The combined subtype involves the simultaneous presence of both types of symptoms.

Attention deficit

For communication For autonomy For self-esteem For self-esteem For motivation For social skills For limits and rules For self-control For eating For leisure For emotional expression For training FFEE

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Attention Deficit Disorder with or without Hyperactivity (ADHD) is composed of three subtypes: Predominantly inattentive, predominantly hyperactive-impulsive or combined (presenting both attention deficit and hyperactivity and impulsivity). In this article we will focus on the differences between ADD and ADHD.

We will begin by defining what ADHD is; Barkley in 1990 described ADHD as follows: “It is a developmental disorder characterized by developmentally inappropriate levels of inattention, overactivity, and impulsivity. These symptoms often begin in early childhood, are relatively chronic in nature and cannot be attributed to neurological, sensory, severe language, mental retardation or major emotional disturbances. These difficulties are usually associated with deficits in rule-governed behaviors and a certain pattern of performance”.

Hyperactivity in children from 6 to 12 years of age

The causes of ADHD are not known, although the different studies that have been carried out in this regard suggest that there is an important genetic component, to the point that some experts consider that there is a 76% chance that the children of a person with this disorder will also develop it. Likewise, the most recent studies consider that the family environment (unstructured homes) and the social environment (conflictive relationships) can only act as drivers of the symptoms, but do not contribute to the onset of the disease.

It should also be taken into account that not all people diagnosed with ADHD have the same symptoms, but that there is great variability from one to another. In fact, depending on the symptoms of each patient, three different types of ADHD have been established:

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The information provided by this medium can in no way replace a direct medical care service, nor should it be used for the purpose of establishing a diagnosis, or choosing a treatment in particular cases.

Tdah test

Mumps is an acute, contagious, systemic viral disease caused by a paramyxovirus. It is spread by droplets or saliva, and probably enters through the nose and mouth. After an incubation period of 12 to 24 days, headache, anorexia, malaise and low-grade fever usually develop. Other symptoms then appear over the next few days. Of these symptoms, edema of which of the following structures is most likely to peak on the second day and usually lasts 5 to 7 days?

Mumps is an acute, contagious, systemic viral disease caused by a paramyxovirus. It is spread by droplets or saliva, and probably enters through the nose and mouth. After an incubation period of 12 to 24 days, headache, anorexia, malaise and low-grade fever usually develop. Other symptoms then appear over the next few days. Of these symptoms, edema of which of the following structures is most likely to peak on the second day and usually lasts 5 to 7 days?

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