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ADHD is different with ADD. ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) has two main symptoms (hyperactivity and impulsive), while the main symptom of ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) is the inability to focus (without hyperactivity).
Children with ADHD can be classified into three groups: Hyperactivity and act impulsively, focusing attention disorder (Attention Deficit Disorder), and the concentration of attention and hyperactivity disorder (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).

Many parents do not feel worried if their children who were aged under five years old are very active impressed. Although sometimes exhausting and cause resentment, but that was the act of a healthy toddler.
Toddlers seem very active because they're actively exploring the surrounding environment. Touching, holding, kissing, and even ate anything that caught his attention, is part of the process that should they follow in their life cycle. If the activity is outside of the fairness’s boundaries and can not be controlled, the child maybe suffered Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).

ADHD symptoms as listed in the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder” consist of three main symptoms:

1. Children have lack of attention or do not listen, consists of:
a. Children failed to listen for detailed
b. Children have some difficulties persist in one activity
c. Children do not listen when another people speak to them
d. Children often do not follow instructions
e. Children have some difficultyies to arrange the schedule of tasks and activities
f. Children often shy away from tasks that require long attention
g. Children often lose things necessary for tasks
h. Children are frequent switched of attention by the outside’s stimulus
i. Children become forgetful in daily activities

2. Children have impulsivity or impatience (motor, verbal or cognitive impulsivity), comprising:
a. Children often answer before questions completed
b. Children often have difficulty awaiting turn
c. Children frequent cutting or interrupting
d. Reckless, dangerous act without thinking
e. Children often yelling in class
f. Impatient
g. Nosy, like disturbing the other childr
h. The request must be fulfilled
i. Easily frustrated and desperate

3. Children often moving as if governed by the driving force. hyperactivity or can not be silent, comprising:
a. Children Often moving their hands or feet and often writhing
b. Children Often leave
c. Children Often talk excessively

The characteristics of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), among others:
a. Children are distracted by external stimuli easily
b. Children hard to hear and obey orders
c. Children hard to concentrate

With the other disorders, approximately 50% of children with ADHD were also followed by other psychiatric disorders such as dyslexia (difficulty reading). delays in speech, weakness in mathematical ability, disturbances tics (movements of the body part repeatedly), oppositional disorder (behavioral refuse), and conduct disorder (antisocial behavior, aggressive).

By : Agil Azzahra 

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