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Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treating ADHD

Spotting the symptoms of ADHD in children is not very difficult, but in an adult, on the other hand, is a different matter entirely, the symptoms can be so subtle that the person might not even realise that he or she has ADHD. Treating ADHD is the major focus once diagnosed, but before you get to treatment you need to take note of your symptoms and get a proper ADHD assessment for adults. Experts believe that 4% of adults suffer from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder with much more that go undiagnosed. Getting diagnosed is very important as adults with ADHD are more prone to substance abuse issues, lower income, prone to other physiological disorders, and have higher rates of accidents.

Signs that you might have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

1. Restlessness

Adults differ from their ADHD symptoms a bit more than children, whereas children tend to be overly energetic adults feel restless, edgy, fidgets with their hands or feet, and squirm around when sitting in a chair. Adults just don’t show the telltale signs that children do such as bouncing off of the walls, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults is a lot more subtle.

2. Unable to get organised

For adults with ADHD, responsibilities tend to be very difficult, holding jobs, paying bills on time, and, raising children can emphasise organisational problems. Adults with ADHD also tend to have issues with clutter and the inability to make or follow through with goals.

3. Difficulty in relationships

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is great at ruining relationships. When one or both of the partners have ADHD the relationship can be troubled with resentment, frustration, and misunderstandings. People with ADHD are more likely to get divorced than people without. Poor listening skills and the inability to follow through with commitments can make your partner feel unappreciated while you can feel like you are being blamed at nagged all the time for something that isn’t your fault.

4. Poor listening skills

People with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder tend to listen selectively to parts of the conversation that interest them and tune out everything that does not. Zoning out during long conversations, forgetting to complete simple tasks even though being reminded repeatedly are a big sign in that you may suffer from ADHD

5. Easily distracted

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a problem with keeping focused. Adult ADHD can make it very difficult to succeed in today’s fast-paced world. People with ADHD can cause difficulties performing well in a chosen career. Especially in office settings, all of the minor distractions might make it difficult for you to complete your tasks.

How to get diagnosed with adult ADHD

Diagnosis in the UK is performed solely an adult ADHD specialist. Sadly there is no simple test for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, there is, however, a standardised test for assessment for ADHD. This combined adult ADHD medication and behavioural therapy for ADHD can help you take back control of your life, giving you the ability to live a happy, normal, and productive life without all of the background noise.

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