Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder normally found in children and adolescents. The disease is normally described to be a biological or psychological problem. But in sociology, ADHD is connected to social and cultural factors that are proven to play a vital role in what is seen to be normative or socially acceptable behavior. In society with better medical boundaries and diagnostic classification tend to see this behavior as unique and put more efforts in understanding it making it a social problem. Therefore it is important to understand ADHD in a social point of view as opposed to Psychology and Biology.