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What is ADHD?

Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common neuro-developmental disorder that can affect a person’s attention, impulsivity, memory, and other cognitive functions. While it is often diagnosed in childhood, ADHD can affect people well into adulthood. Many people think of ADHD as something that primarily affects kids, but it affects adults as well. Some children live with ADHD into adulthood, while others do not get a diagnosis until they’re adults.

Inattention

Short attention span, difficulty listening to others, difficulty staying organized, easily distracted or forgetful.

Impulsivity

Often interrupting others, having a difficulty waiting your turn, taking frequent risks and acting before thinking.

Hyperactivity

Difficulty sitting or standing still, feeling the need to be in constant motion, talking or fidgeting excessively.

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