ADHD is the most diagnosed psychiatric condition of young people in America. At some point between the ages of 4 and 17, it affects 11 % of them. A decrease in symptoms at puberty is common for boys. Girls are harder to diagnose as their symptoms often intensify as estrogen increases in their system. Lack of treatment may lead to anxiety or depression.
- Mood – increased anxiety
- Cognitive – lack of focus; lack of attention
- Behavioral – impulsive behavior; disorganization; forgetfulness; relationship issues
- Sleep – often sleep problem
- Talk therapy
- Lifestyle change
If your life and work are affected by ADHD symptoms, contact us – we can help.