Attention Deficit Hypertension Disorder Student’s name Institutional affiliation Date Have you observed an individual who is always anxious at one minute and extremely active the other minute? They usually have a condition which is a neurobehavioral disorder that scientists refer to as Attention deficit hypertension disorder, commonly known as ADHD. In psychology, this is a brain disorder that results in a group of behaviorally characterized by hyperactivity, inattentiveness, and impulsiveness. The symptoms of ADHD become are evident when a child is between the ages 6 and 12 ("ADHD | Child Mind Institute," 2016). At this stage that the diagnosis is more efficient than if the diagnosis is made during teenage years or in adulthood. ADHD is a heredity gene whose primary cause is unidentified. in children, the medics have reports several reasons highly linked to the occurrence of this disorder. They vary depending on an individual with the most common include being born with low birth weight, being born while still early and ingestion of alcohol or smoking during pregnancy by the mother. The disorder results in three behavioral problems which are hyperactivity, inattentiveness, and impulsiveness. Inattentiveness results in zoning out from conversations and reality and they usually have short attention spans. It means that they are unable to concentrate in school for long hours if the same activity is continuously carried out without a change in activity. They also do not take part in tedious activities that require a lot of time and energy to conduct. Such individuals are usually poor at following instructions and are also quite forgetful ("ADHD | Child Mind Institute,"