Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD is one of the most chronic disorders among teenagers. According to a survey, this medical condition affects around 8-10 percent of children and teens. What’s more surprising? The medical conditions of ADHD affect more boys than girls. And if ADHD itself wasn’t enough of a problem, the misuse and sharing of the medication pose a greater threat to the lives of young adults.

What are the causes and symptoms of ADHD and why should it be treated?

Owing to the undisciplined lives that we lead and the dysfunctional families that most teens come from, most of them are diagnosed with ADHD at a very young age. Many doctors think that excessive exposure to real life through TV or the internet and the superficiality of social media life are strong reasons why kids develop an attention deficit disorder.

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