Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (also known as ADHD) is commonly diagnosed in children. However, it’s also extremely common for adults to be diagnosed with Adult ADHD. In the past, ADHD was overlooked or misdiagnosed, and so there are many adults who have it, yet have never been properly identified. Other adults may have adult-onset ADHD, meaning it did not occur until they were older. Today I’m going to discuss ADHD symptoms, types, and treatment. My hope is that if you identify with or relate to any of the following, that you may be able to pursue some help. Adult ADHD Symptoms ADHD symptoms can include lack of organization, losing things, and impulsive behavior (spending money, making rash decisions, etc.). It...
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