Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms in Children
deficit hyperactive disorder [ADHD] is disease mostly of children and
of course the adults also suffer from the same. The symptoms of Attention
Deficit hyperactive Disorder [ADHD] are divided into three specific Categories.
Hyperactive and Impulsive Type (classic Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) and Combined Type (a combination of Inattentive and hyperactive).
Inattention symptoms of Attention Deficit hyperactive Disorder are mentioned below: - They are failure to give close attention to details, making careless mistakes in schoolwork, work, or Other activities, having difficulty in sustaining attention in tasks or play activities, getting easily distracted by irrelevant sights.
Sounds and extraneous stimuli, not willing to listen when spoken to directly, not following the instructions and failing to finish schoolwork, chores, or duties in the workplace, having difficulty in organizing tasks and activities, avoiding tasks.
Such as schoolwork or homework, that requires sustained mental effort, losing things necessary for tasks or activities, like school assignments, pencils, or books, forgetting the daily activities, following instructions very rarely, carefully and completely.
People with symptoms of Attention Deficit hyperactive Disorder who are inattentive display difficulty fixing their mind on any single thing. They may get bored soon with a task and go to the next task, and the next task after that. Organizing and completing a task is troublesome for them.
They give undivided and effortless attention to activities and topics they enjoy. People with symptoms of Attention Deficit hyperactive Disorder often find that focusing conscious attention to learning something new is very difficult.
Homework may be agonizing for people with the symptoms of ADHD. They might forget to note down assignments. They forget to bring home the right books to complete the assignments. At the time of doing homework, these people find their minds drifting every few minutes.
Hyperactivity/Impulsive ADHD symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder: they are fidgeting with hands or feet or squirms in seat, running, climbing or leaving the seat in settings where remaining seated is expected, running about excessively in situations in where it is inappropriate
Having difficulty playing quietly in leisure activities, talking excessively, Blurting out answers before hearing the question, having difficulty waiting for a turn.
or intruding on others at school or work and at home, and often feeling
restless. In combined type, both the above-mentioned symptoms appear.