Adult ADHD Test

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Do You Have ADHD Symptoms?

ADHD is prevalent among people of different age groups, adults included. Some adults may not know if they’re suffering from this condition.

  • Anxious

    Panic and restlessness.

  • Disorganized

    Unable to perform tasks systematically.

  • Sudden outburst

    Unexpected anger.

  • Obsession

    Persistent habits.

  • Impulsive activity

    Thoughtless actions.

  • Mood swings

    Constant changes in your mood.

Having ADHD can be an overwhelming part of your adult life.

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    Question 1 of 10

    Do you tend to avoid or delay getting started on a new important task?

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    Question 2 of 10

    Do you find that the majority of your tasks (work/school assignments, etc.) are boring or repetitive, making them difficult to complete?

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    Question 3 of 10

    Do you find yourself making careless mistakes when engaged in something you feel is boring, repetitive, or difficult?

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    Question 4 of 10

    How often do you feel restless or fidgety?

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    Question 5 of 10

    Do you regularly fail to remember important appointments or obligations?

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    Question 6 of 10

    Do you have difficulty unwinding and relaxing when you have time to yourself?

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    Question 7 of 10

    Do you have difficulty concentrating on people when they are speaking to you?

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    Question 8 of 10

    Do you frequently misplace things or have difficulty finding them?

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    Question 9 of 10

    Do you have difficulty waiting your turn in situations where waiting is expected and appropriate?

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    Question 9 of 10

    Do you frequently misplace things or have difficulty finding them?

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    Answering your questions regarding our ADHD treatment plan.

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    Research studies prove that several internal and external factors are responsible for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The study of the relationship between ADHD and genetics shows genetics and heredity have a role in determining who gets ADHD. Other factors include premature birth, maternal substance abuse, and exposure to environmental toxins.

    The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders identifies three types of ADHD. The symptoms may overlap, but they fall into the following categories:

    1. Primarily hyperactive-impulse type in which the affected person has little impulse control. People with this type of ADHD are impulsive and impatient, acting as if a motor drives them.
    2. Primarily Inattentive ADHD, formerly referred to as ADD, where people experience difficulty following instructions, focusing, or finishing tasks. They quickly become distracted, lose track of conversations, and are forgetful.
    3. Primarily Combined ADHD, where people display a mixture of the above symptoms. Diagnosis of the combined ADHD type must establish six signs from each of the above categories.

    Untreated ADHD can lead to significant problems in social situations, education, relationships, employment, and emotional health. It also affects self-esteem as ADHD symptoms tend to make a person impulsive. Consequently, a person may act without fully understanding the consequences of their actions, leading to injuries, hospitalization, or exposure to diseases.

    Children with ADHD have frequent behavior problems that can interfere with everyday lives. They have trouble getting along with their friends and siblings at home, school, and other settings. This makes it difficult and frustrating to care for them.

    They also tend to exhibit learning disabilities, something that can lower their self-esteem. Children with ADHD and depression face rejection, are highly likely to be delinquent and get involved in substance abuse later in life.

    However, with appropriate treatment intervention, children with this condition can lead normal lives.

    Several intervention methods exist in the treatment for ADHD. Some effective strategies include:

    • Group or individual psychological therapy that targets cognitive behavior and social skills training
    • Medications like methylphenidate, which should only be prescribed by a specialist after assessment. Children should receive ADHD medication in smaller doses
    • Group-based training and education programs that teach parents and caregivers how to manage behavior
    • Stimulants like Vyvanse, Adderall, and Concerta, which are prescribed to treat ADHD in adults

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