ADHD and your life

How to tell if you have ADHD?

ADHD is a condition that is known to affect a person’s life on many levels and dealing with it on one’s own could not only be challenging but is potentially risky for both the person affected and their loved ones.

Whether you are only trying to find out what is happening to you or you already know you have ADHD, we recommend you to take a short survey to find out about all the possible ways this condition can manifest itself in.

Remember that the sooner you approach your health provider with your concerns, the sooner your life will start changing for the better.

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to see if you are at risk
Social Life

For many people it is a real struggle to both make new friends and to keep them. For people with ADHD this issue could be even more magnified. Finding out how to cope with your ADHD symptoms in social situations is key to many other aspects of your life that may be affected by the condition.

AN ESTIMATED 76% OF VARIATION IN THE SEVERITY OF ADHD TRAITS IS THE RESULT OF GENETIC FACTORS.
Have you noticed that you tend to:
  • Make hasty and impulsive decisions
  • Tend to interrupt people
  • Often butt into conversations
  • Suffer from frequent mood swings
  • Tire yourself with excessive activity
  • Find it hard to cope with frustration
Even though there is no cure, I feel more confident now knowing the enemy and learning to live with it.

- Ashley (Diagnosed with ADHD)

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Work

No one is immune to suffering from pressure and stress at their workplace. The key is in the way people use their resources to cope with their workload. If you experience any of the symptoms that are listed here, it might be more than just the sign for you to quit and start looking for another place, it might be ADHD.

ADHD IS A MEDICALLY RECOGNIZED DISORDER.
Have you noticed that you tend to:
  • Be disorganized
  • Avoid multitasking in fear to fail
  • Have problems prioritizing
  • Overlook important details
  • Have poor judgment regarding planning and time-management
  • Make careless mistakes
  • Experience problems following through and completing tasks
I used to blame my career failures on my personality.

- Erica (Diagnosed with ADHD)

Nodding your Head?
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Family and Home

The closer and smaller the social group is, the more devastating the effect of ADHD on its wellbeing might be. Suffering from social alienation on your own is as bad as it sounds, but making your family suffer from your unpredictable and often destructive behavior brings the importance of getting to the source of the problem to a whole new level.

Remember that even in the worst-case scenario, there are people who are on your side.

ADHD IS NOT ABOUT INTELLIGENCE OR MOTIVATION.
Have you noticed that you tend to:
  • Forget about not only the dates and events that are important to your family but also daily errands and chores
  • Not follow through with the promises you made
  • Have difficulty focusing and following the line of conversation
  • Often talk too much and get thrown off the subject easily
I feel lucky to be surrounded by people who understand my struggle.

- Marta (Diagnosed with ADHD)

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I did not address the issue before it was too late to save my family.

- Derrick (Diagnosed with ADHD)

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