Hyepractivity : for Hyperactivity in ADHD
Attention Deficit Hyepractivity Disorder
"Hyepractivity" is a common misspelling of the word "hyperactivity."
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, often called ADD or ADHD, is a diagnostic label that we give to children and adults who have significant problems in four main areas of their lives:
- Trouble staying focused to a task, trouble paying attention.
- Being impulsive, not thinking before doing.
- Being "hyepractive" (sic) or "hyperactive."
- Being easily bored with work that is repetitive, or difficult.
What is Hyperactivity?
Hyperactivity is defined as "Excessive, non-goal directed, motor activity."
See our discussion on Hyperactivity in ADHD.