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Differences Between Adhd Add And Sed
Old vs new: Add was the designation for the disorder in the dsm-iiir, while the current (dsm-iv tr) & only approved designation is ad/hd, (enter subtype here). There are five designations: 1) adhd, predominantly hyperactive-impulsive type. 2) adhd, predominantly inattentive type. 3) adhd, combined type. 4) ad/hd persistent into adulthood. 5) ad/hd, not otherwise specified. http://www.ritalindeath.co. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
None. : These are merely diagnostic labels imposed by the dsm(diagnostic & statistical manual of amer psych acad). Current nomenclature is that everybody is "ad/hd" with some variation of intensity. Next dsm up will drop adhd label in favor oc something else. It's just a name. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
ADD ADHD: Would suggest you visit the following website for a start to answering your question. http://www.diffen.com/difference/add_vs_adhd. ...Read more
Movement: If someone lacks the ability to stay on task, complete an assignment or pay attention for the duration of a discussion or presentation they are add. If you add a difficulty controlling motor activity, such as constantly shifting position, movement around a room, etc. You have the ad with the hd. ...Read more
Is there a difference between add and adhd? My doctor tends to use "add" and "adhd" somewhat interchangeably. What is the difference?
Likely different: Adhd has the hallmark difficulties of impulsivity, starting and stopping behavior. Different subtypes vary in their difficulties with inattention, hyperactivity and with the new dsm-5, other associated problems. Mental executive functioning encompasses many underlying difficulties in adhd. Hearing loss affects the ability to receive auditory input prior to processing by the brain. ...Read more
Can someone please explain to me the difference between: 1. Xanax and klonopin, 2. Different add vs. Adhd medications and 3. Opinions on pristiq?
3 for 1: 1.Klonopin lasts 20 hours, xanax only 4-8- so more likely to get rebound anxiety on xanax and more feeling dependent. Keep doses low of either. 2)add = adhd names changed to sell more books. 3)pristiq is a weaker version of Effexor with fewer side effects except on your wallet. ...Read more
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