Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is a chronic condition that includes attention difficulty, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity. Some symptoms of ADHD begin in childhood and can continue through adolescence and adulthood. Hyperactivity is most likely to improve as the child goes into their teen years, but disorganization, problems with inattention, and poor impulse control often continue into adulthood. ADHD may be caused by interactions between environmental and genes or non-genetic factors. Some factors may be low birth weight, brain injuries, alcohol use, or cigarette smoking. Currently, there’s no cure for ADHD but there are available treatments that can help reduce symptoms. ADHD can be treated with education or training, medication, therapy, or a mix of treatments. For some people, medications can reduce hyperactivity and improve their ability to work, learn, and focus. As for therapy, it may not be effective in treating the symptoms, but adding therapy can help families and patients better cope with daily challenges. Additionally, training can help the child and their parents develop new skills, attitudes, and ways of relating to each other. Which include different training like parenting skills training, stress management techniques, and support groups.