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What is the diffrence between ADD and ADHD?

ADHD is a common condition that effects children and adolescents, while ADD is more common in adults.

What percentage of people have ADD?

five percent of teens are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD five percent of teens are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD

How does adult ADD-ADHD affect relationships with other adults and partners?

The adult with ADD won't at attention.

What are the symptoms of adult ADD?

Adults with ADD/ADHD often have difficulty staying focused and attending to daily, mundane tasks. They can also be hyperactive, and prone to impulsive behaviour.

What percentage of children were diagnosed with ADD or ADHD in 1990?

no one had any idea what ADD was in 1990

What is the most common mental health problem experienced by young adults?

Depression or ADD/ADHD

Where can I find information on the internet about the link between ADHD and nutrition?

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.

What are other names for ADHD?

ADHD is also known as Add;attention deficit disorder.

Are there scholarships for individuals with ADHD?

Eli Lilly offers the Focus on Your Possibilities scholarship to adults diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. Upside: One of, if not the only scholarship program established for those diagnosed with ADD/ADHD Downside: You have to be at least 25 years old to apply

Who is affected by add?

According to some sources, ADD and ADHD affect somewhere between 3% and 5% of all children. It actually gets diagnosed in up to 16% of all school aged children, which suggests that it may be over-diagnosed. While the conventional belief for years was that a person would "outgrow" it, more recent research suggests that up to 50% of children with it will continue to have symptoms into adulthood. Since behavior modification has been shown to be an effective component in treatments with ADD/ADHD, it is quite possible that the reason more adults who were diagnosed with ADD/ADHD as kids don't show symptoms as adults is that they learned to cope with it, not that it went away. It has also been noted genetics seems to play a role in ADD/ADHD. Close relatives of people with ADD/ADHD are much more likely to also have ADD/ADHD than the general population. Males are roughly 2 to 3 times as likely to be ADD/ADHD as females. The gender difference may be due to higher susceptibility of males to ADD/ADHD or just a result of females being less likely to be diagnosed.

Is add and ADHD the same thing?

ADHD is ADD but with Hyper added.

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