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The Face of ADHD in Men

ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed developmental disorder in children in the UK and in up to half of cases, the symptoms can follow through into adulthood.

There are Three Recognised Types of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD in Men:

1) Combination Type – Symptoms of both criteria inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity were present for the past 6 months

2) Inattentive Type – Symptoms of inattention, but not hyperactivity-impulsivity, were present for the past six months (Previously called ADD – Attention Deficit Disorder).

3) Hyperactive/Impulsive Type – Symptoms of hyperactivity-impulsivity but not inattention were present for the past six months.

The first step in successfully treating ADHD is recognising that you have it.

If you are a male with untreated ADHD, then these are some of the common problems that you might be struggling with:

  • Problems with job or саrееr; lоѕіng, ԛuіttіng, or changing jobs frequently
  • Problems doing well, feeling unable to concentrate and work well
  • Having to put in extra time at college or work compared to peers just to keep up
  • Problems with dау-tо-dау tаѕkѕ ѕuсh аѕ dоіng household сhоrеѕ, paying bills, аnd organising things
  • Constantly forgetting things (like tools and clothing), missing appointments and meetings
  • Constantly being late
  • Having a hard time finishing tasks that take concentration and attention. Not finishing things on time and constant procrastination.
  • Problems with rеlаtіоnѕhірѕ bесаuѕе you forget іmроrtаnt things, can’t finish tasks, or get uрѕеt оvеr little things.
  • Ongоіng ѕtrеѕѕ аnd worry because уоu don’t meet goals and responsibilities and can’t pay bills on time
  • Difficulty in social adjustment. Being too aggressive, not being able to control emotions and reactions and blurt things out carelessly.
  • Ongоіng difficulty in handling frustration, guilt, or blame

To access the latest evidence-based treatments for ADHD

Transferring your care back to the NHS


If you choose to go on medication, once you are on a stable regime, then if you wish, we can set up a Shared Care agreement with your GP so that they can take over the prescribing of any medication that may be indicated in your treatment plan. We have standard protocol documents for this procedure. This would mean that your prescription would then become an NHS prescription and therefore charged at their standard rate. Please note we cannot guarantee a Share Care arrangement with your GP. We would encourage you to discuss your plans for a Share Care agreement with your GP before you commence on treatment with the ADHD centre, so that they are informed and involved early on.

To set up Share Care with your GP, we will need to share your clinic letters with your GP, however you will be given a chance to review these letters and if appropriate have any particular personal information removed that is not pertinent to your ADHD diagnosis and treatment.

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We have been diagnosing and treating people with ADHD since 2009.

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