What is the full form of ADHD?

  1. What is the full form of ADHD?
  1. The full form of ADHD is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is the most common neurodevelopmental disorder of childhood but it can persist into adulthood. Children who are suffering from ADHD have difficulty paying attention, hyperactivity, and impulsive behaviour.


    These are the following symptoms we can see in a child who is suffering ADHD:

    2. Forget things
    3. Talkative
    4. Careless
    5. Aggression
    6. Impulsive
    7. lack of resistant
    8. Mood swing
    9. Depression
    10. Difficulty to pay attention


    These are the following factor that can be cause ADHD:

    1. Premature delivery

    2. Low birth weight
    3. Alcohol, smoking during pregnancy

    Types of ADHD

    Predominantly inattentive
    In this type of ADHD child is not able to pay attention to things, easily distracted, and facing difficulty to finish the task.

    Predominantly Hyperactive/Impulsive
    In this type of ADHD child is hyperactive and impulsive like, talk too much, act without thinking, grab things from people, unable to wait for their turn.

    In this type of ADHD child experience both inattentive and hyperactivity or impulsivity symptoms.


    ADHD is treated with a combination of medication, behavioural therapy, anger management, Physcilogical counselling.
What is the full form of ADHD?