Adult ADD is known as Adult Attention Deficit Disorder. This is a term used to describe a group of neuro-psychiatric conditions that make an adult unable to remain focused on a particular task for a given amount of time.
What Are the Problems That People with Adult ADD Face?
Adults afflicted with attention deficit disorder have problems with self motivation, self regulation, procrastination, prioritization and organization. They are easily distracted and cannot focus on any one topic for a long period of time. They are impulsive, and can also have a problem with hyperactivity. The overall intelligence and learning capability is not affected in adults with Attention Deficit Disorder.
Who Are More Prone to Developing Adult ADD?
Children who have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder are 60% more prone to developing Attention Deficit Disorder as adults. This disorder can affect the education; inter-personal relationships and even the employment potentials of adults if it precedes them into adulthood. The hyperactivity behaviors linked with Attention Deficit Disord