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ADHD Symptoms You Won’t Find in the DSM-V

ADHD Symptoms You Won’t Find in the DSM-V

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a complex and multifaceted neurodevelopmental condition that extends beyond its standard textbook definition. While the DSM-V details core symptoms, individuals living with ADHD experience daily difficulties that are often unacknowledged by medical professionals. Uncover the hidden aspects of ADHD as this article delves deeper, providing insight into symptoms not […]

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Is Autism Really A Disorder?

  According to DSM-5 and many specialists, Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that impacts communication, social interactions, and behavior. Also referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Autism encompasses various symptoms with differing severity levels. Autism symptoms Level 1 Autism or (formally) Asperger’s is considered an official disorder by both DSM-5 and most experts. People

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Early signs of ADHD

How Do You know Your Child has ADHD? ADHD, a brain-based disorder, beginning in childhood.  While many adults do get diagnosed with ADHD, in most cases it is diagnosed in elementary school-aged children. The main three symptoms to look out for in ADHD include inattention- trouble focusing hyperactivity- constant movement, fidgeting, and restlessness impulsiveness- not

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