An anxiety attack can be a scary and overwhelming experience for anyone. These attacks are symptoms that do not only manifest emotional or psychological disability, but also physical issues such as difficulty breathing, increased heart rate, and trembling.
If not diagnosed or properly treated, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is one of the most impairing disorders to grow up with.
In children, aside from their academic performance, ADHD can impact their social and emotional well-being. As they grow into adults without the proper treatment, ADHD can negatively affect their job performance, relationships, mental health and even their ability to drive.
It may sound ironic but the more they are connected online, the more ‘disconnected’ they may feel offline.
While social media can be used to foster ‘connections’ and discover social communities, what people often fail to notice is that they tend to get wrapped into this culture of comparison which can lead to mental health issues in the long run.
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are both common types of childhood disorders. Initially, they used to be two (2) distinct types of disorder. Although ADD is often confused with ADHD, it is actually the term used to diagnose someone who has trouble focusing, but does not display hyperactive behavior.