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Which of the Six Types ADHD are You?


Most medical professionals treat ADHD in cookie-cutter fashion, even though research is clear that there are many variations of Attention Deficit Disorder and different methods for treating each type of Attention Deficit Disorder. With many different types of ADHD that require different treatment protocols, this "one medication fits all" approach often fails.

Only two of the six types of ADHD respond well to the traditional stimulant medication. Furthermore, stimulant medication alone can worsen symptoms in the four ADHD types that do not respond well to this first-line treatment.

Knowing your ADHD type is critical in determining what type of treatment method to use. Treatment tailored to the type of Attention Deficit Disorder present will lead to quicker and more dramatic results while ineffective treatment can only lead to frustration.

Dr. Daniel Amen, author of "Healing ADHD: The Breakthrough Program That Allows You to See and Heal the Six Types of ADD", outlines distinct six types ADHD.

The most common type of Attention Deficit Disorder is "Classic ADHD." This ADHD type is also the easiest to diagnose. The ADHD inattentive type, on the other hand, is the second most common but is the type that most often slips through the cracks. The Temporal Lobe and Over-Focused types of ADHD are extremely difficult to live with. These types require extreme amounts of patience and they require significant treatment.

Below is an outline of each ADHD type and the recommended Attend line of products for that type. You can click on the link of each description for a more in-depth account of each types ADHD.

CLASSIC ADHD: This is the "bouncy" type. People with Classic ADHD fidget, squirm and chatter. They talk often and loudly. They canít sit still, they are impulsive and they have more than enough energy to spare. This type gets into plenty of trouble, not because they are intentionally defiant but because they simply do not think before acting.

Classic ADHD characteristics:

  • Inattentive

  • Hyperactive

  • Easily distracted

  • Disorganized

  • Restless

  • Impulsive

Treatment Strategies for "Classic ADHD"


Inattentive type ADHD:"Space cadet" describes this type. These are generally pleasant people to be around but they would forget their head if it were not attached to the body. These are the daydreamers who live under a perpetual brain fog. "Huh?" is a commonly used word and they will lose something minutes after they put it down.

Inattentive characteristics:

  • Easily distracted

  • Disorganized

  • Low energy level

  • Easily bored

  • Short attention spans for tasks that are not interesting or that are difficult

  • Daydreams often

  • "Head in the clouds."

Treatment Strategies for the "Inattentive" Types ADHD:


Over Focused: It is difficult to parent or live with someone with the ADHD combined type of Attention Deficit Disorder. The over focused person can be oppositional, argumentive and inflexible. They can be obsessive, compulsive and worry excessively. They have a tendency to get stuck into ruts of negativity. Whatís worse is that this type is often incredibly persistent and will not give up until he gets his way.

Over focused characteristics:

  • Worries excessively, even over unimportant matters

  • Oppositional

  • Argumentive

  • Compulsive

  • Has difficulty shifting from one activity to another

  • Always wants his way

  • Is rigid and uncompromising

Treatment Strategies for the "Over focused" Types ADHD:


TEMPORAL LOBE: The "Temporal Lobe" type has ADHD coupled with anxiety or has components of bipolar ADHD. This is another difficult type of ADD to parent or live with. This type is inattentive, irritability, aggressive and severely impulsive. They have dark thoughts and wild mood swings. They are defiant, disobedient and break rules for the simple sake of breaking rules. If aggression and anger outbursts are present, you likely fall into this category of Attention Deficit.

"Temporal Lobe" Characteristics:

  • Easily irritated or frustrated

  • Aggressive

  • Dark moods

  • Significant mood swings

  • Impulsivity

  • Prone to fights and acts of violence

  • Defiant toward authority figures

  • Can display anti-social behavior

  • Learning problems and bad handwriting common with this type.

Treatment Strategies for the "Temporal Lobe" Types ADHD:


LIMBIC: In addition to having the symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder, this type also has depression symptoms like low energy, feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness and negativity. This ADD and depression type may appear apathetic and not much excites this type.

"Limbic" Characteristics:

  • Inattentive

  • Chronic sadness

  • Often negative or apathetic

  • Low energy levels

  • Feelings of helplessness, hopelessness or low self-worth.

Treatment Strategies for the "Limbic" Types ADHD:


"RING OF FIRE": The "Ring of Fire" type of Attention Deficit Disorder is a melting pot of the other five types. This type is inattentive, hyperactive and talks constantly but also is, angry, irritable and prone to mood swings. This type can be extremely oppositional, obsessive and overly sensitive. Often, this is considered a blend between ADHD and ODD.

He may be talking all of the time, and is probably touching everything in the room. And, this child is nervous or worried, or anxious. He has trouble shifting attention from one activity to another, and he frequently "gets stuck" in loops of negative thoughts. He can be obsessive, and very inflexible.

"Ring of Fire" Characteristics:

  • Oppositional behavior

  • Irritability

  • Excessive talking

  • Temper problems

  • Extreme moodiness

  • Distractibility

  • People with this type tend to be sensitive to sounds

Treatment Strategies for the "Ring of Fire" Types ADHD:

It should be noted that in addition to a ADHD remedies treatment plan, Dr. Amen recommends a high protein and low carbohydrate diet. The importance of a balanced and healthful diet cannot be stressed enough. The Attend line of products work very well but the most dramatic results are found when dietary changes are also a component of the treatment plan. Dr. Amen also recommends daily, intense aerobic activity.


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