ADHD is a highly genetic syndrome that impacts people's brain development and brain activity. This irregularity in brain development can affect their executive functioning skills, meaning their ability to concentrate, pay attention, and remember things may diminish.
ADHD is caused by chemical, structural, and connectivity differences in the brain. While some people used to think there was a connection between ADHD and things like poor parenting, diet, and head injuries, this is not true. In fact, most cases of ADHD can be attributed to genetics.
ADHD is a common syndrome that can affect people of all ages. Your risk could be increased if any of the following are true:
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