ADHD Clinic at Wilbraham Place Practice…
“It is a pattern of behaviours which usually appear in childhood. Parents and teachers notice that a child is…. read more“
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Many of us might have one of these problems, but we do not have all of them. To have a diagnosis of ADHD1, these problems must be bad enough to interfere with:
It tends to get better as you get older, but can continue into adult life too. The over-activity usually gets less, but the impulsivity, poor concentration and risk-taking can get worse. These can make it hard to work, learn and get on with other people. It’s not surprising that adults with ADHD are more likely to experience depression, anxiety, feelings of low self-esteem and drug misuse and can feel overwhelmed and struggle in less structured environments.