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Time management, organizing and planning, concentrating, prioritizing, daydreaming, and repetitive thoughts, are just a few common signs of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Though often thought of as a symptom that impacts children, ADHD can and does impact adults, too. Being diagnosed with ADHD may come as a relief, though it can be stigmatizing, and hard to receive the appropriate help. Effective treatment often entails learning how to manage distraction, organize your life, interpret social cues, and add functional tools to your repertoire. And managing ADHD is different depending on your age. A diagnosis of ADHD is not related to intelligence, and many people with symptoms of ADHD are able to lead meaningful and successful lives with the proper skills to succeed.
If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulty organizing your life, concentrating, and challenges with your self-esteem, help is available. Take action by contacting a professional today.