No way. That would really be impossible.IMPOSSIBLE
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder. Attention deficit and Hyperactivity are two separate conditions often linked together. An additional diagnosis could be Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).
ADD is a depreciated term for attention-deficit disorder. More appropriately, ADHD is used meaning attention-deficit hyperactivity-disorder. There are three subtypes of ADHD: predominately inattentive, predominately hyperactive, or a combination.It depends on the strengths of each disease and how old you are. ADHD is really bad for young people like teens because they could not focus well.
ADHD and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.
MILD I myself have ADHD and its not that bad im normal all that is different about me is that i am always energetic and have trouble paying attention in class and to other people but it is also good because most of the time people with ADHD are inventors because i personally think about alot of things im not paying attention in class. And alot of people have this disibility. and i think it is mild because all that we cant do is pay attention but we are always energetic which is a good thing because im always jumping around and losing weight and i could pay attention for a time but i just without even knowing it am not paying attention.
the full form of ADHD is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
ADHD is also known as Add;attention deficit disorder.
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
Yes it exists as a mental neurobehavioral developmental disorder called attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Some of the symptoms of ADD and ADHD are low attention spans, constant fidgeting and a great difficulty in keeping attention to certain tasks requiring such attention.
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.Side Note: About one child per classroom has ADHD.
If your son has ADHD that only thing that could really be adding to his hyper activity is sugar and caffeine. It is recommended to remove these from a child's diet who has ADHD.