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What should I do for mild case of ADD at the age of 22 years ?

a family friend thinks i have a case or mild case of ADD I am 22 years old and i have a family friend who has a son with ADHD and she thinks i might have a case or mild case of ADD what should i do ?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Why your family friend feels that you have mild ADD?
If you do not get any disturbances secondarily the symptoms mentioned by your friend that are suggestive of ADD, nothing to worrry.
If you have disturbaces with that do meditation, relaxation, see for changes.
If not getting benefit consult psychiatrist at your place.
Answered: Thu, 28 Apr 2011
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