I remember my classmate Sammy; who also happens to be my neighbor. We were both 8 years old when I notice that there was something different about him. He was never still, he seems to be listening but his easily gets bored as quick as the DC comics hero Flash and shift his attention else where. As we both grow up, I realized that Sammy was suffering from AD/HD.
AD/HD is short for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The medical community stated that childhood ADHD does continues up to adulthood. About 5-7% or more of all children suffer from attention deficit. ADHD can co-exist with other disorders. With proper diagnosis there are certain characteristic behaviors can be seen over time and that most common include: Poor attention span; very impulsive; easily distracted; difficulty staying on a particular task at hand; difficulty falling asleep and waking up; irritability.
Life is not easy with AD/HD but it is manageable
As a child moves from adolescence to adulthood, the predominant symptoms of AD/HD tend to shift from external, visible ones to internal. AD/AD is broken down into three different types: combine, hyperactive-impulsive type and...