ADHD is more commonly diagnosed and treated in kids. Aside from this, both children and adults generally manifest the disease in a very similar fashion.
ADHD is a common condition that effects children and adolescents, while ADD is more common in adults.
The symptoms of adult ADHD are the same as those experienced by children with ADHD, but it is usually more difficult to recognize these symptoms in adults
There are lots of sites with information about ADHD symptoms. The WebMD and Healthline sites are both great sites with accurate information about ADHD in both children and adults.
Adults do have ADHD. It's something we're born with. Little testing is done on adults.
No, anyone can get Scarlet Fever. While it is most prominent in children, adults are not immune from it.
No, Concerta is not an amphetamine. It is however, a methylphenidate. It is a psychostimulant drug that has been approved for the treatment of ADHD in children and adults.
Phyto-stimulants are drugs used for treating persons with ADHD symptoms. ADHD stands for Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity Disorder. Both children and adults are treated for this type of disorder.
WebMD has a section on ADHD, which includes diet suggestions for children and adults. There is also a site called ADHD awareness that has some pieces about nutrition. Many ADD/ADHD people self-medicate with caffeine, which should be discouraged.
I think you mean Vyvanse
There is the Denver CHADD. This stands for Children & Adults w/ Attention Deficit Disorder. They meet at the library in Denver.
ADHD is genetic and is more common in boys then girls. You can grow out of it but only 50% do. ADHD is more of a child form of ADD which affects mostly adults rather than children. It affects your brain mainly.. You do not usually show symptoms of ADHD until you are about 5 or 6 yrs old. I would google it. good advice, ik.