The Facts About ADHD
ADHD Treatment Options
The best treatment plan for ADHD varies from person to person, but it will likely begin with medication. Behavioral treatments or other types of social support may also help. Together, you and your doctor can determine what types of additional support will benefit the most.
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The number of children ages 4 to 17 that have been diagnosed with ADHD
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Daniel G. Amen, MD
What are the symptoms of adult attention deficit disorder (ADD)?
There are five hallmark symptoms of ADD:
- Q Do the recommendations for ADHD treatment differ by age?
- Q How do child ADHD treatment patterns compare with the recommendations?
- Q What kind of treatment do children with ADHD get?
- Q What is anxious attention deficit disorder (ADD)?
- Q What is ring of fire attention deficit disorder (ADD)?
- Q What is limbic attention deficit disorder (ADD)?
- Q What is temporal lobe attention deficit disorder (ADD)?
- Q What is overfocused attention deficit disorder (ADD)?
- Q What is inattentive attention deficit disorder (ADD)?
- Q What is classic attention deficit disorder (ADD)?
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