Add and adults

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If you have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD , previously known as ADD, everything from paying the bills on time to keeping up with work, family, and social demands can seem overwhelming. ADHD can present challenges for adults across all areas of life and can be tough on your health and both your personal and on-the-job relationships. Your symptoms may lead to extreme procrastination, trouble meeting deadlines, and impulsive behavior. Fortunately, there are skills you can learn to help control your symptoms of ADHD.

Symptoms and Signs of Adult ADHD

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The disorder interferes with the quality of life by intruding on day-to-day functioning. These are:. Adults who have significant problems with inattention, but exhibit few or no symptoms of hyperactivity, are said to have the predominantly inattentive presentation of ADHD. People with this type of ADHD have trouble paying attention to details, are easily distracted, often have trouble organizing or finishing tasks and often forget routine chores such as paying bills on time or returning phone calls. The causes of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD are unclear, but the condition often runs in families. There appears to be a genetic and neurobiological basis for ADHD.

You’ve Got Adult ADD…Now What?

Adult ADHD symptoms include difficulty with time management, memory, organization, emotional regulation, and more. ADHD was historically considered a childhood condition, but it is now recognized as a lifelong condition that persists well into adulthood. Individuals with ADHD may receive a diagnosis in childhood or well into adulthood. Still, many adults with ADHD never receive a diagnosis in their lifetimes. Scientists believe ADHD is significantly underdiagnosed in adults.
Adult ADHD can lead to unstable relationships, poor work or school performance, low self-esteem, and other problems. Though it's called adult ADHD , symptoms start in early childhood and continue into adulthood. In some cases, ADHD is not recognized or diagnosed until the person is an adult. In adults, hyperactivity may decrease, but struggles with impulsiveness, restlessness and difficulty paying attention may continue.