ADHD is a condition most common in children. ADHD can continue through adolescence and adulthood. Symptoms include inability to stay focused and paying attention. Other symptoms are difficulty in controlling behavior and hyperactivity. There are three subtypes of ADHD. One type is predominantly hyperactive-impulsive. Most symptoms of this type one are in the hyperactivity-impulsivity categories.
Symptoms of inattention are present. The other subtype is predominantly inattentive. Majority of the symptoms are found in the inattention category. Children suffering from this type are less likely to experience difficulties in getting along with other children.
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Children with ADHD are always in the opposition. Whether it is obeying schools rules, they are always defiant and rebellious. Children with this disorder are the one who leads others in strikes. Children with ADHD have conduct challenges.
They have behaviors of stealing, fighting and lying. In the school, they are the ones who bully others. This disorder makes children suffer from anxiety and depression. ADHD causes children to experience mood swings.