Many adults with ADHD were originally diagnosed as children, and nearly 50% of these children continue to have ADHD in adulthood. ADHD can affect adults at school or work, at home, and in social situations. With the help of experienced health care providers the symptoms can be effectively treated and managed. The more you understand about ADHD the better you can develop a plan to help manage your symptoms.
Signs and Symptoms of ADHD in Adults
ADHD is not just a childhood disorder. It can affect children, teens, and adults.
Some Symptoms of Adult ADHD are:
*Putting things of until the last minute
*Having difficulty sustaining attention to reading or paperwork
*Shifting activities often
*Being impatient, feeling restless, having difficulty engaging in quiet activities, always needing to be busy after work or while on vacation
*Frequently interrupting others at work or during classes