Women ADHD: Suffering When Symptoms are Ignored & Disregarded

Unrecognised ADHD: Women Suffering in Silence

Studies show that Adult ADHD is more likely to go undiagnosed in women compared to men.

This is because women with ADHD tend to present more with symptoms of inattention, disorganisation and restlessness. Because of the different symptom profile girls are less likely than boys to be disruptive and hyperactive at school, and therefore their ADHD is less likely to be picked up.

Many women in today’s society often feel extra pressures in the family to look after the children, provide a neat organised good home environment , and maybe also hold down a job. Society can also sometimes be less forgiving of women who struggle with these tasks, unlike their male counterparts who might be excused as being ‘charmingly messy and disorganised’.

an image of a stressed out woman at work devastatedly facing books and a laptop on her side

If you are a woman and have untreated ADHD in adulthood then these are some of the common problems that you might be struggling with:

  • Problems dоіng аѕ well as уоu feel you could do at wоrk or іn college
  • Problems wіth dау-tо-dау tаѕkѕ ѕuсh аѕ dоіng household сhоrеѕ, paying bills, аnd оrgаnіsіng things
  • Prоblеmѕ wіth rеlаtіоnѕhірѕ bесаuѕе you forget іmроrtаnt thіngѕ, can’t fіnіѕh tasks, оr gеt uрѕеt оvеr little thіngѕ
  • Ongоіng ѕtrеѕѕ аnd worry because уоu dоn’t meet goals and responsibilities
  • Ongоіng, ѕtrоng feelings of frustration, guіlt, or blаmе

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