what is the diffrence between autism and hyperactive?

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Autism is a situation where the child has impairment in social interaction, developmental language and communication skills along combined with rigid, repetitive behaviors. It is a complex behavioral condition. Hyperactivity is often caused by a medical condition called ADHD-attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Kids who are overactive don’t just move their bodies a lot—their brains also have trouble slowing down. Here are some behaviors that are common found in kids with hyperactivity: Talks almost constantly and frequently interrupts others,Moves from place to place quickly,Keeps moving even when sitting down,Fidgets and has to pick up everything and play with it,Has trouble sitting still for meals or other quiet activities

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