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Loneliness has aggravated her attention deficit disorder, hurting her school performance and exhausting her grandparents.
Esther and Benji are a couple of aging children, with urban attention deficit disorder.
My theory is that drivers who constantly change lanes have an acute form of attention deficit disorder, which leads to boredom.
Vutpakdi's son is part of a rare group known as twice exceptional, or 2e — children who have high IQs of over 130, but who also face challenges such as attention deficit disorder, autism, dyslexia or dysgraphia, the inability to write clearly.
Although they’ve been marketed as a calming device to combat anxiety, fidget spinners have become more of a plaything as opposed to a stress reliever for those diagnosed with attention deficit disorders, learning disabilities, and autism.
Ruthi shares that she was diagnosed with adult attention deficit disorder some 20 years into her career.
And health experts agree that deep, slow breathing can help with stress, which in turn eases symptoms associated with anxiety, insomnia, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and attention deficit disorders.
Is there really such a thing as attention deficit disorder or not?
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attention deficit disorder
- Three percent to 10 percent of children are estimated to have attention deficit disorder, and the problem is more common in boys than in girls.
- —The Springfield (Massachusetts) Union-News, 8 Apr. 1993
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