ADHD is most commonly associated with children, however it can also affect adults.
Many people that have ADHD as children continue to be affected by the disorder throughout adulthood.
In fact, a lot of people are never diagnosed with ADHD as children and don't discover that they have it until they are well into adulthood.
This guide will explain to you exactly how ADHD presents itself in adults, and how to tell if you or a loved one may have the condition.
Further to this, you will learn some key steps for the self-management of ADHD as an adult, and how to improve your quality of life in spite of the disorder.
You will discover how to understand the signs and symptoms, what professionals to consult for extra help, what different treatment plans are available, and also how to use self-help techniques to improve and manage ADHD.
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