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Over-Focused ADHD

It doesn't seem like anything with work "focused" could be associated with ADHD. But there's actually a form of ADHD called "over-focused". People who have this type of ADHD are able to hyper-focus on a particular task, but have a difficult time switching from one task to another.
"He has trouble shifting attention from one activity to another, and he frequently 'gets stuck' in loops of negative thoughts. He can be obsessive, and very inflexible. He can also be oppositional and argumentative to parents."
Certain types of medication can help "Over-Focused ADHD", as can certain types of nutritional plans. Read more at ParentingIdeas.org.

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Posted By: Aspen Education Group