ADD/ADHD . . .It’s Not Just For Kids!
10 Key Symptoms Used To Diagnose Adult ADHD!
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. We have all heard about this in relation to kids but did you know 33% Children Carry ADHD Problems Into Adulthood It is estimated that about 8 million adults in the United States have . . .
Recently a special study done by Boston Children’s Hospital tracked children with ADHD and found that one-third of them still had the condition as ADULTS.
These are the Standard Diagnostic Criteria for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults.
IMPORTANT: This is not a tool for self-diagnosis. Its purpose is simply to help you determine whether ADHD may be a factor in the behavior of the adult you are assessing using this checklist. An actual diagnosis can be made only by an experienced professional.
- History: There was a history of ADHD symptoms in childhood, such as distractibility, short attention span, impulsiveness or restlessness. ADHD doesn’t start at age 30. Not living up to potential in school or work (report cards with comments such as not living up to potential). Frequent behavior problems in school (mostly for males)
- Attention Span: You have a short attention span . . . unless you are very interested in what you’re doing. You are easily distracted and have a tendency to drift away (although at times can be hyper focused). You seem to lack attention to detail and are easily distracted. You have trouble listening carefully to directions and you quite often misplace things
- Restlessness: You are always restless, constant in motion, legs always moving, and fidgety. You seem to think better while you’re moving. You have trouble sitting still, such as trouble sitting in one place for too long, sitting at a desk job for long periods or sitting through a movie There’s an internal sense of anxiety or nervousness.
- Impulsiveness: Youu are impulsive in words and/or actions. You may say just what comes to mind without considering its impact on others(tactless). You have trouble going through established channels, trouble following proper procedure, an attitude of, “Read the directions only if all else fails.” You’re .iImpatient and easily frustrated.
- Poor Organization: There is often poor organization and planning, trouble maintaining an organized work/living area. You are chronically late or always in a hurry There are has piles of “stuff” everywhere. You are easily overwhelmed by the tasks of daily living.
- Problems Getting Started and Following Through: Chronic procrastination or having trouble just getting started. You start projects but can’t seem to finish them – poor follow through. Inconsistent work performance.
- Negative Internal Feelings: You have asense of underachievement, feeling you should be much further along in your life. You suffer with mood swings You frequently feel that things won’t work out for you.
- Relational Difficulties: Are you having trouble sustaining friendships or intimate relationships? Do you have a tendency to be immature? Is there a failure to see others’ needs or activities as important? And perhaps you have trouble with authority. Quick responses to slights that are real or imagined
- Frequent Search For High Stimulation: You frequently search for high stimulation . . . (bungee jumping, gambling, high stress jobs, ER doctors, doing many things at once, etc.) You have a tendency to seek conflict, be argumentative or to start disagreements for the fun of it.
- The Harder I Try The Worse It Gets: Your performance seems to becomes worse under pressure. The harder you try, the worse things seem to get. May falls asleep or become tired while reading or watching TV.
These are by no means all of the Criteria by which Adult ADHD can be diagnosed.
Modern medicine has determined that the neurotransmitter Norepinephrine, along with dopamine, has come to be recognized as playing a large role in attention and focus.
For people with ADD/ADHD, psychostimulant medications such as Ritalin/Concerta (methylphenidate), Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine), and Adderall (a racemic mixture of amphetamine salts) are prescribed to help increase levels of norepinephrine and dopamine.
Strattera (atomoxetine), a selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor, is a unique ADD/ADHD medication, as it affects only norepinephrine, rather than dopamine.
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