ADHD has three subtypes recognized: predominately hyperactive-impulsive, predominately inattentive, and combined hyperactive-impulsive and inattentive. The last type is commonly referred to as the "combined" type, and most children with ADHD have the combined type.
Not necessarily. hyperactivity is a part of ADHD but hyperactivity it self is not adhd. This must be diagnosed by a medical professional and the subject may have adhd or is just a hyper type of person.
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If you go to the teens doctor tell them he or she has ADHD and they should recomend or have the teen try a type of medication usually they will ask some questions and that will help them figure out what medication is right for the teen
ADHD more often affects male children than female children. However, ADHD has an in-direct affect on the families that have the challenge of an ADHD child.
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The attached link has a complete list for you. Most drugs used on ADHD children are also used on adults but with different dosages and sometimes different formulas. See link below. If you or someone you know needs to be treated for ADHD there should be an added benefit to treatment of personal help for organization and behavior modification by a counselor or social worker. Ask the doctor for this type of help too.
She takes medication for her ADHD
The same ones for ADHD hyperactivity sub-type such as Adderall, Vyvanse, Concerta, Strattera, etc. Sometimes antidepressants such as Prozac can aid in the inattentive subtype as well.