A.D.H.D. is a very common brain disorder. It is short for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Many people have this disorder in the world. This disorder has the ability to make people extremely hyper, and sometimes it makes them not want to do anything. This disorder makes people sometimes misbehave also. People with A.D.H.D. have a very hard time paying attention to things they are not interested in. When a person suffering from A.D.H.D. is interested in something, it may be very hard for them to steer away from the thing they are interested in. This disorder is seen in children as early as preschool. A.D.H.D. was first discovered in 1845 by a doctor Heinrich Hoffman. Hoffman was a poet who started writing for children because he couldn’t find good materials to read to his 3 year old son. Hoffman wrote a book about a kid who had a fidgety problem, this child had A.D.H.D. In 1902, Sir George F. Still, published a series of lectures to the Royal College of Physicians in……
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