Sep 13, 2019 · Though many people think of ADHD as a childhood condition, symptoms can (and often does) continue into the adolescent and adult years. A teen learning to cope with all the other changes that come about with puberty and increased independence also has the added issue of living with ADHD.
For many years, ADHD was thought of only as a children’s condition. In fact, many health professionals currently in practice were trained during a time when they were taught that ADHD is something that kids would outgrow. We now know this is not true. ADHD is neurobiological disorder that affects individuals across the lifespan.
Living with an unrecognized condition can lead to years of low self-esteem and shame until a diagnosis shines a light on why everything has been so hard for so long. ADDitude readers and experts share what it felt like living with undiagnosed adult ADHD. Can you relate?Author: ADHD Editorial Board.
Living and Thriving with ADHD. livingwithadd. Overwhelm is an epidemic, especially for adults with ADHD / ADD. Co-host Lynne Edris talks about the root of overwhelm, and the antidote, and shares some simple strategies for improving productivity and keeping overwhelm at bay. ADHD Support Talk Radio is an award winning Podcast for Adults with.
Adults with ADHD may have difficulty following directions, remembering information, concentrating, organizing tasks, or completing work within time limits. WebMD describes what adult life with.