Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) isn’t a disease or the result of damage to the brain but it a dysfunction that means the brain doesn’t function in the way it should. Studies show that ADHD may affect certain areas of the brain that allow us to solve problems, plan ahead, understand others’ actions and control our impulses. It begins in childhood and can continue through adolescence and into adulthood.


Do people grow out of ADHD?

Some children grow out of ADHD; others have problems that continue into adolescence and beyond. Approximately two out of five children with ADHD, such as attention difficulties, may improve as children get older, but behavioral problems such as disobedience or aggression may become worse if a child does not receive help. In particular, boys who are hyperactive and aggressive tend to become unpopular with other children. It is therefore very important for children to receive help as early as possible, to prevent them from getting socially isolated and from developing other emotional and behavior problems that can persist into adult life.

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