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Is It Really Attention Deficit Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or Just Symptoms?

 


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Is it Attention Deficit Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or neither? Many children and adults are labeled ADD or ADHD because they may show symptoms of the disorder(s), but it does not mean that they have ADD or ADHD.

Just because someone is hyperactive, impulsive or inattentive does not mean they are ADD or ADHD. Many ordinary people start a task and don't finish it, blurt things out without thinking, are disorganized in their daily lives, and may be inattentive at times, but it does not always mean they are ADD or ADHD? Of course to determine this, a true diagnosis must come from a specialist.

While at times everyone shows these types of behaviors, there are still several factors and guidelines to determine whether or not someone has ADD or ADHD.

  • First of all, it needs to be determined if ADD or ADHD behaviors occurring are inappropriate for the person's age level. The behaviors inevitably occur early in life, usually before age seven and continue for a minimum of six months.
  • Another factor that must be considered is whether or not the behaviors are creating a handicapped in two or more areas of a person's life. The areas they have a tendency to show up in are: home, school and/or playground, community and social settings. So a child that may seem overactive at times, and at the same time functions well in school more than likely does not have ADD or ADHD.

Specialist consider many factors and resources when diagnosing whether or not a child may have ADD or ADHD. It is not determined by one person, rather by a team of people, usually parents and professionals in a school setting. Patterns of behavior are determined against a set of criteria and characteristics of the disorder(s) and are weighed by occurrence and severity of behaviors, among other factors.

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