ADHD Symptoms In Teens
deficit hyperactive disorder is brain disorder affecting both sexes, all
age groups and has its presence worldwide.
The teens are already having a lot of pressure because they are neither child nor adult. They will be already grappling with the new role that they are taking. Hence more attention should be given for teens with symptoms of ADHD.
per Research literature, recent Books and common sense that there are
different types of ADHD. There are three types of Attention deficit hyperactive
disorder [ADHD]. They
The diagnostic differences between the three types are a bit less clear. Dr. Daniel Amen has written a book on the subject, healing ADHD.
As per his book there are six Types of ADHD. He uses his SPECT scans on patient's brain activity to differentiate his six Classifications.
They are discussed below:-
Classic ADHD - The patient is Inattentive, distractible, disorganized, hyperactive, restless and Impulsive.
Inattentive ADHD - The patient is Inattentive, and disorganized.Over focused
ADHD - The patient has Trouble in shifting attention.He is often stuck in loops of Negative thoughts, obsessive, and excessive worry. He is inflexible, oppositional and Argumentative.
Temporal Lobe ADHD -The patient is Inattentive, irritable, aggressive. He has dark Thoughts, mood instability. The patient may break rules, fight, be defiant, and very disobedient. He has Poor handwriting and trouble learning.
Limbic System ADHD -he is Inattentive. He has Chronic low-grade depression, negative, low energy, feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness.
Ring of Fire ADHD -The patient is Inattentive, very much distractible, angry, irritable, very Sensitive to the environment, hyper verbal, extremely oppositional, and possible cyclic moodiness.
one more classification that is a bit different, and is based
Winnie the Pooh Type ADHD - The patient is Inattentive, distractible, disorganized. The patient will be Nice, but lives in a cloud.
Tigger Type ADHD -He is Inattentive, Impulsive, hyperactive, restless, and bouncy.
Eeyore Type ADHD -The patient is Inattentive with Chronic low-grade depression. Piglet Type ADHD -the patient has Trouble in shifting attention has excessive worry and is easily startled.
Rabbit Type ADHD -Tthe patient has difficulty in Shifting attention and is inflexible and argumentative.
Type ADHD -He is Irritable, Aggressive, impulsive, defiant and disobedient.
The patient may also have Learning problems. Each Of these types of ADHD
will have different treatment needs and approaches.