Disclaimer: I'm not referring to the overdrugging of children. I do believe that too many children are labelled ADD just so their parents won't have to deal with them and are given meds unnecessarily. I'm also not referring to college kids who abuse Adderall to get a good test score.
I'm referring to Adult ADD: people who claim to have it. Not those who were told so by their parents and not those who abuse stimulants. The other day I saw brain scans of someone with ADD and someone without, doing the same task. Activity levels were noticably different.
Do you think scientifically that it does exist? It seems to me like depression: some people discount its existence because it isn't as "real" or obvious as a physical ailment, but millions of people who have it can tell you otherwise.
I've seen people who seem to be on a crusade to "prove" that ADD isn't real. Do you agree or disagree? Please give proof with your post. Thanks!