ADHD

How to tell if
you have ADHD?

You might have noticed you are handling certain situations differently than other people. Whether it is at work or at home, or in a group of friends. You might have thought that those differences are because you haven’t been getting enough sleep lately, or were under too much stress, or your friends started to grow apart. Everyone makes mistakes and everyone fails, but sometimes there are reasons for that that go beyond simple explanations. And that reason is ADHD. Take our survey to find out whether this is your case.
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Work

The work environment is one of the most stressful ones we have to deal with throughout our lives. All of us found ourselves in situations when the workload, the multitasking, the pressure were simply too much to handle. We all have our dark times, but if they seem to never end, you might consider checking whether ADHD is the real reason for your career mischiefs.

ADHD HAS 3 CORE SYMPTOMS: INATTENTION, HYPERACTIVITY AND IMPULSIVITY. THESE SYMPTOMS CAN AFFECT YOU IN HOME, SOCIAL, AND WORK SETTINGS.
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
Having ADHD does not automatically make you an underachiever.

- Donna (Diagnosed with ADHD)

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Family

Have your loved ones noticed that you are a bit absent-minded? Maybe you’ve been like that as long as they can remember and they think it is just the way you are. As soon as that absent-mindedness crosses a line to the extent that neither you nor they feel comfortable, it might be time to check whether it has been ADHD all along.

NEARLY 11 MILLION ADULTS IN THE US ARE ESTIMATED TO HAVE ADHD.
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
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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Friends

We tend to think that our success in the social sphere depends on our personal qualities. When we fail to make new friends or keep in touch with them, it may have a truly devastating effect on our self-esteem making us think that it is our personality that alienates people. In some cases, however, it might be something that cannot be fixed solely with therapy, like ADHD, for example.

ADULTS WITH ADHD MAY HAVE DIFFICULTY IN MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE PEOPLE AROUND THEM.
Symptoms in Social Settings may Include:
  • 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
Recognizing that ADHD does not define you is only the first step.

- Robert (Diagnosed with ADHD)

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