No; aggression is a common symptom of conduct disorders with often occur with ADHD.
No, not when the symptom occurs alone. Individuals with ADHD are more likely to suffer from different types of sleep problems including sleepwalking and insomnia.
ADHD cause for total lack of consideration for others
no, they tend to be repetitive behaviors (like repetitive hand washing).
carpel tunnel syndrome
Physical activity that is planned structured and involves repetitive bodily movements
Generally, extrepyramidial effects are unusual repetitive movements of the body. Repeated lip-smacking, tongue protrusions, facial twitches and pretty much any repetitive involuntary movements (whether in the face or elsewhere) are extrapyramidial.
Repetitive odd movements of the fingers or hands, as well as imitating the speech or movements of others also may indicate that catatonia is present.
Mario is impatient and will not take turns in an activity
The damage done is repetitive motion injury.
It is useful to record the mouse movements on your computer if you carry out a lot of repetitive tasks. By recording the movements you can replay the movements to carry out the action for you. Saving you time and relieving the repetition.
it is useful for analysing the movements in short cycle repetitive jobs.
Severe shaking is the most apparent symptom of Parkinson's disease. This coarse tremor features four to five muscle movements per second. These movements are evident at rest but decline or disappear during movement.
Sprain, Strain, Repetitive movements from a job, illness, disease, injury.
Tourette syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, stereotyped, involuntary movements and vocalizations called tics.
The best prevention is to avoid repetitive overhead arm movements and to develop shoulder strength.
The symptoms of repetitive strain injury (RSI) are numbness, pain, tenderness, cramps, and weakness in the affect body part. This condition is caused by repetitive movements of a body part, such as the hands wrist or forearm.
The basal ganglia send output messages to the motor cortex, helping to initiate movements, regulate repetitive or patterned movements, and control muscle tone
Motions that require the hands to repeat the same movements over and over again, especially with strong, forceful hand movements or ones that involve vibrating tools.
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No, the symptoms are too different. Depression can only cause cognative problems that might be confused with ADD in older people, but ADHD has hyperactivity as a symptom, whereas people with depression typically have the exact opposite.
The cerebellum is responsible for balance and repetitive movements, such as walking and writing.