The condition is recognized as deficit hyper disorder. Beliefs that ADHD is a condition affecting only children is not true. Most of the children affected by ADHD disorder will not outgrow the disorder Adult symptoms of the disorder cannot be picked up easily and thus should be treated with a lot of care.
One of the biggest symptoms of ADHD is impulsiveness which develops when the individuals are of tender age, and as they grow up they tend to do actions that they are unable to control such as shopping, drinking or gambling. Furthermore adults also suffer from lack of concentration. They are unable to keep up with conversations and tend to lose attention to duties easily thus may not be able to complete tasks issued to them. Moreover due to the element of not being well organized doing a household chore is difficult for the individuals and this may result in a lot of errors in their work. This mostly affects most couple’s relationship since the other partner may feel like the person is lazy.
High levels of social impartibility are shown by adults suffering from ADHD. Divorce and separation cases are common to these adults since they are unable to maintain personal relationships. However common arguments often arise at workplaces, and this leads to separation among the colleagues, and these adults are also known to have a characteristic of not keeping friends for a long time. Symptoms of hyperactivity and are present in a small percentage who also have difficulties in waiting for desired results. These individuals may not be able to sit still and will always want to move to the next task. They are referred to as predominantly hyper impulse type. There is also a very high possibility that the individuals may turn into drug abuse. Predominantly inattentive type of adults are those that are known to not listen well will losing focus and they have characteristics of becoming disinterested. The final group includes classification of adults with a combination of both hyperactive and inattentive nature together commonly known as combined type of adults.
ADHD symptoms can be treated and adults can live comfortably with proper diagnosis, treatment and management of the disorder. Research done has yielded results that show that ADHD behavior therapy can be undertaken to manage the disorder thus avoiding consumption of medication that may probably have severe side effects. Adults are always recommended to visit experienced medical practitioner who will be able to give them professional guidance before the start treatment of ADHD symptoms. Proper diagnosis is very critical in treatment of ADHD in adults since these cases are not as pronounced as in children.