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Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a serious disorder that causes: Short attention span, disorganization, distractibility, poor follow-through, reduction of resistance to disease, and even reduced life span. If untreated, secondary effects of ADD include Depression and Anxiety. It is a brain disorder described as “low-arousal.” What that means is that hyperactive children are not very awake or aware of what is going on around them, so they move around a lot to wake up. Their brain [...]