Adult ADHD

Adults can be diagnosed with ADHD as well, even if they were never diagnosed as a child. Symptoms of ADHD in adults can include an inability to focus on work, friends or conversations, being distracted easily, and inability to complete tasks among others. Find out more about adult ADHD, check your symptoms, learn about treatment methods available and how to help friends and family diagnosed with adult ADHD.

Adult in Adults: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

ADHD affects adults and children somewhat differently, because an adult with the disorder has often spent his or her life adapting to and coping with the symptoms. For adults, ADHD can lead to poor relationships with friends and family, and difficulty coping at work, but treatment is available.

Diagnosing ADHD in Adults: Recognizing the Symptoms

Although attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is sometimes viewed as a childhood problem, adults also suffer from the many defining characteristics of this condition. The problem lies in recognizing the signs and getting a proper diagnosis. Read on for a clearer picture of adult ADHD.

Tell Me More About ADD Inattention

“Reeves, you missed the information about today’s staff meeting, didn’t you?” As Reeves hears this question, he tries to think back–when was the staff meeting announced–and how could he have missed that news, yet again? Reeves contends with adult ADD inattention on a daily basis.

The Definition of Attention Deficit Disorder

Despite the fact that between three and ten percent of the entire population is affected by ADD, it is a commonly misunderstood condition. Learn about the definition of attention deficit disorder and how it is used to diagnose patients.
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