ADD is officially called Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, or AD/HD (American Psychiatric Association, 1994), although most lay people, and even some professionals, still call it ADD or A.D.D. (the names given in 1980) or ADHD . The disorder's name has changed as a result of scientific advances and the findings of careful field trials; researchers now have strong evidence to support the position that AD/HD [ A.D.D. or ADHD ] [as we will refer to the disorder throughout the remainder of this Briefing Paper] is not one specific disorder with different variations. In keeping with this evidence, AD/HD [ A.D.D. OR ADHD ] is now divided into three sub-types, according to the main features associated with the disorder: inattentiveness, impulsive, and hyperactivity. One of the best reliefs to the disorders was found to be hypnosis and brainwave technology. This the first of two programs that should be listened to. The second will be the IntelMind Brainwave Technology recording. Very young children could use the storybook recordings first.