Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder is a comprehensive disorder for which there is no definitive test. The diagnosis is made through observation of behaviors among children and adults including hyperactivity, difficulty in holding attention as well as impulsive actions. There are three types of ADHD. Diagnosis is determined by the different signs and symptoms a person is exhibiting.
Some stress and anxiety is a normal response to what is perceived as a negative life event, affecting every age group. This is a natural part of life and it is quite normal to feel anxiety occasionally.