Life for most adults is always harried. This is because it has become extremely hard to manage once work and balance their life. Sometimes however, you may notice that you are always late, distracted, forgetful or even overwhelmed by daily responsibilities this may be a sign that you have ADH.
Today, many adults have been affected by this disease even though they don’t yet know about it. ADH may cause an individual not to have good relationships with others as well as not to progress in their career as they had planned. Therefore, it becomes really important to learn the symptoms of ADH in children as well as in adults and know ways in which the condition can be treated.
It has to be understood that children are very prone to having this condition that adults. This condition is prevalent among children because the symptoms of this disease begin to show up during the early days as a child. And if you have been diagnosed with ADHD during your childhood, chances are you have carried some symptoms into adulthood. However, you can still be affected by ADHD even if you have not been diagnosed with the condition as a child. There were so many cases when ADHD was unrecognized in many children.
In the past, only a few people knew about this condition and its symptoms and therefore explaining why most adults are being diagnosed with it now. In the past therefore, instead of picking out ADHD symptoms from children exhibiting them, most parents labeled such children as trouble makers, dim witted and slakers.
Some Common ADHD Symptoms:
The most common symptom is the inability to concentrate. Focus is also impaired if one suffers from ADHD condition. Other symptoms of ADHD condition includes being unable to stick to one activity at a time as well as being easily bored and distracted.
The other symptom may be overfocusing. A patient with this condition will tend to be really absorbed in a task that they find interesting while they will be really bored and uninterested in working on those tasks that they do not like. When they hyperfocus, they do so to tune out distraction and chaos that may happen. However is a patient hyperfocuses on those aspects that are positive and add value to their own lives, it may really be a good thing. However, if left unchecked, it can affect your relationship with family and friends.
Individual talk therapy is a way to help an adult with ADHD deal with emotional baggage such as low self-esteem, shame and feeling of embarrassment. If this condition has caused problems in your relationships with your family, theraphy talks that educate about this disease can be really helpful in order to mend those relationships.