diagnosing kids diagnosing adults August/September 2004 Issue of ADDitude Magazine

ADHD Symptoms Checklist: Is It ADHD? Which Type?

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is a neurological condition defined by a consistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactive impulsivity that interferes with daily functioning in at least two settings – for example, at school and at home.

It impacts children and adults, boys and girls, and people of all backgrounds. The symptoms above represent the broad range of symptoms associated with ADHD, though symptoms will differ depending on which type of ADHD you have.

ADHD comprises 3 different types:What’s more, ADHD symptoms often look different in children than they do in adults. But this is universal: If you recognize the signs of attention deficit in yourself or your loved one in the following ADHD symptoms, and those

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