I Suffer From A Hyperactivity Disorder, But Not From Deficit Of Attention. What Help Could I Find For It?

My dad and my brother suffer from ADHD. But I only suffer Hyperactivity, and I don’t seem to find information about hyperactive adults with no deficit of attention. Quite the opossite I always need to find myself a new challenge, or task to acomplish, to manage my hyperactivity. Also pretty often I get an excess of energy that seem to be incontrolable for 2 or 3 hours, in which I have to do something physical, and after I released all my energy I feel exhausted, for a couple of days. Most of the times accompanied by super fast heart rate, that has me literally up and running for a few hours. It’s really uncomfortable. What kind of condition would this be? Is there any cure? Medicine?

Here’s A Video ADHDAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder:


What Is Hyperactive Behavior?

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  • ????~??? Šç??????? January 27, 2009, 9:44 pm

    If you are constantly looking for new challenges to throw yourself into, then you might have a form of ADHD after all. Part of the diagnosis is where you have trouble finding something and sticking with it. It's only thing if you finish your projects, but if some go unfinished, then that's actually classic.

    Even if that is not the case, a trip to at least your family physician is in order. The way that you are expending you energy is not normal as most people have a better regulation of how their physical activities are handled. You may need to be referred to a specialist. In any case, get it checked out.

    Hope that helps.

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