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ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) Symptoms

Occasionally, as adults we may have difficulty sitting still, paying attention or controlling impulsive behaviour. For adult or child with ADHD, these problems become so all-encompassing and persistent that they have problems functioning effectively in daily life.

Some say ADHD is a neurological syndrome, found in children and adults. It is characterised by being easily distracted, having low tolerance and showing signs of frustration or boredom. The person with ADHD will have a greater tendency to be impulsive and look out for situations with high intensity.

The name Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder reflects the importance of the inattention / distraction aspect of the disorder as well as the hyperactivity / impulsivity aspect. The disorder ADHD symptoms arise in early childhood, unless associated with a brain injury later in life.

It is believed that ADHD can be genetic as it often runs in families.

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Some say there are three different subtypes of ADHD:

ADHD Primarily Inattentive Type

  • Fails to give close attention to details and makes careless mistakes
  • Has difficulty sustaining attention
  • Poor listening skills, not appearing to listen
  • Struggles following the simplest of instructions
  • Has difficulty with organisation
  • Can be very easily distracted
  • May seem to have no memory for simple tasks

ADHD Primarily Hyperactive / Impulsive Type

  • Fidgety whilst sitting in a chair always wanting to move their hands or feet
  • Runs about or climbs excessively
  • Difficulty engaging in activities quietly
  • Acts as if wound up at times
  • Always talking
  • Blurts out answers before questions have been completed
  • Has difficulty sharing or taking turns
  • Doesn’t know boundaries
  • Is nterruptive
  • Suffers from mood swings

ADHD Combined Type

The adult or child has both inattention and hyperactive / impulsive criteria.


Approximately one third of children with ADHD will also have an anxiety disorder. People with anxiety disorders often worry excessively about a number of things and may feel edgy, stressed out or tired, tense, and have trouble getting restful sleep. A small number of patients may report brief episodes of severe anxiety (panic attacks) with complaints of pounding heart, sweating, shaking, choking, difficulty breathing, nausea or stomach pain, dizziness, and fears of going crazy or dying. These episodes may occur for no reason.

Learning Disabilities

Up to 60 percent of individuals with ADHD have some form of specific learning disability. Learning disabled persons may have a specific problem reading or calculating, but usually have normal IQ.

Who gets ADHD?

Three to five percent of children are affected by ADHD. Until recent years, it was believed that children outgrow ADHD in adolescence. Hyperactivity often does diminish during the teen years

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