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Attention deficit hyperactive disorder, or ADHD, is a condition characterized by inattention, hyperactivity, impulsiveness, or a combination.About 60 percent of children with ADHD in the United States become adults with ADHD; that’s about 4 percent of the adult population, or 8 million adults.* Less than 20 percent of adults with ADHD have been diagnosed or treated, and only about one-quarter of those adults seek help.* Thought to be biological and most often genetic, ADHD takes place very early in brain development.Adults with ADHD may have a hard time organizing things, listening to instructions, remembering details, or difficulty completing tasks, which can affect their relationships at home, school, and work.People who have ADHD may exhibit different symptoms, and they may experience them at different levels of severity, ranging from mild to significant impairment.
Yet clearly these children did not all have bipolar disorder.
They can include thirst, excessive drinking and bed wetting, shaky hands and even life-threatening toxicity.