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ADD Symptoms Tips & Guide

ADD Symptoms Tips & Guide


ADD Symptoms Tips & Guide

by Anne Durrell

Understanding the difference and understanding the different types of ADD symptoms can help ensure that you or your child gets the right treatment.

Different Symptoms

There are three different categories for ADHD Symptoms, they are:

* Lack of concentration

* Hyperactivity

* Irresponsible

On the other hand, ADD only causes the distraction symptoms.

Treating a patient for ADHD when they have ADD is overmedicating and could lead to further issues. In many cases, the stories about Ritalin and other ADHD treatment medications that cause a child to be zombie-like are probably linked directly to medicating children with only ADD with the wrong medication or wrong doses, thinking that they have ADHD.

Inattention Symptoms

With ADD the only type of warning signs that will be showed are inattentiveness symptoms, and they are include:

* Can't notice to details

* Insensitive mistakes

* Easily distracted

* Cannot take a note

* Trouble following instructions

* Leaving work unfinished

* Can't put anything in order

* Always forget

Identifying ADD can help a kid get a grasp on stuffs as well as begin to be able to focus. A kid that is treated for ADD will start to do better in school and have better manners overall.

In many situations, parents believe that their child could not be ADD because they can sit for hours doing something they enjoy without being distracted.

In fact that a child with ADD can focus when they really enjoy what they are doing since it does not require them to put any effort into paying attention as well as being focused like another activities they do not like to do.

ADD will get worse as the child gets older, or at least continue to cause troubles with school as well as other activities. By the time, it has progressed into another thing that is perhaps causing all around troubles in the kid's life.

It is actually much better to recognized ADD in younger children so that the children can get used to taking medicine as well as learn how to face ADD symptoms.

About the Author:
Anne Durrel originally comes from Stockton, California, USA. She has written many articles about Bipolar and ADHD . Other guide you may be interested in reading: what is adhd, and add medications guide!

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