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How ADHD and ADD in Childhood Are Similar and Different

How ADHD and ADD in Childhood Are Similar and Different


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ADHD and ADD are two variants of the same disorder: Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity. Between the two there are several similarities and differences, although the best known and most evident is the presence of impulsivity in the child.

On our site we tell you, How ADHD and ADD are different in childhood in addition to impulsivity and hyperactivity of the child. In addition to this characteristic, both disorders present different types of attention and concentration.

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