Inattention is one of the major symptoms of ADHD, although it is still greatly misunderstood. Some experts believe that it is “over” attention, rather than inattention. People with ADHD do not have the ability to filter out unwanted stimuli and therefore, they pay attention to everything, rather than being able to focus on one thing. Inattention is also described as being easily distracted.
Inattention and hyperfocus also seem to go hand in hand. Hyperfocus is the ability to focus so...Read more
It is impossible to read any information on ADHD without finding out that the three major symptoms of ADHD are inattention, impulsiveness... Read more »
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Consistently work with teachers. Create a system of communication that will allow you to know on a daily or weekly basis how your child is doing in... Read more »
You have ADD: you have trouble at company meetings, you find yourself constantly daydreaming and being snapped back to paying attention when someone... Read more »
Over the years, we have seen specials on television, read books and articles, all on Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity. More often than... Read more »