Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a common neurological disorder, present in both children and adults. It is estimated that between three and five percent of children have attention-deficit problems. Symptoms can include inattention, difficulty focusing, feelings of restlessness and impulsivity.
One of the most well-known, outspoken critics of ADHD is Tom Cruise. He referred to psychiatry as a "quack" field and was quoted as saying, ""You know what? I'm sure drug dealers on the street, in some way, they are making money. That's what I equate it to. Here is the thing: you have to understand, with psychiatry,…