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What Is the Difference between ADD and ADHD Anyway?

We often hear these two terms; ADD and ADHD used interchangeably, however those diagnosed with ADD themselves or parents with children who have ADHD will tell you that these two disorders are very different from each other. Let’s take a look at the difference between ADD and ADHD to help us understand what exactly we are dealing with.

Main Differences between ADD and ADHD?

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Inattentive ADHD

First diagnosed as a disorder relating to impulsiveness in 1902 in Britain ADHD and ADD have seen many name changes and developments in diagnosis. The more research we do the more we learn about these disorders and find new and alternative treatments for ADHD and ADD.


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What Signs of ADD Should You Look for?

With both ADHD and ADD, early diagnosis is a must. Although learning difficulties are the most obvious symptom, some sufferers do not have significant issues with getting school work done. Therefore it is important to know and pay attention to signs of ADD. To do this, make sure to keep track of your children, not just academically, but socially and emotionally as well.
Here are some signs of ADD that...

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