Pediatric ADHD

Session 17: Pediatric ADHD

A prevalent neurodevelopmental condition in children is ADHD. It is frequently diagnosed for the first time as a youngster and continues throughout maturity. Children with ADHD may struggle to control impulsive actions, pay attention, or regulate their level of activity. Most kids with ADHD continue to have it as teenagers. ADHD symptoms in teenagers are comparable to those in youngsters.Pediatric ADHD symptoms may worsen in adolescence, particularly when adolescent hormonal changes and the pressures of school and extracurricular activities intensify.

  • Predominantly Inattentive Presentation
  • Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Presentation
  • Combined Presentation

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