ADHD is a shortened version of the medical diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactive disorder. It is a neuro-behavioral developmental disorder. The primary characterization is the co-existence of both hyperactivity and severe inability to focus or pay attention.
Common treatment for ADHD is typically a combination of prescription medication and behavior modification. Types of medication vary depending on the severity of the ADHD symptoms as well as the age of the patient. Other treatment options include: life style changes and counseling.
Recovery from ADHD Treatment:
Patients diagnosed with ADHD can easily manage their condition through appropriate treatment. Treatment typically continues over a long period of time or, in some cases, over a lifetime.