If you ever feel like you’re mind is unable to pay attention on the present moment and is glued on some other thing or if you lack optimism and cannot do stuff as asked, especially suppose if you’re a teenager and you may go through this and could forget the given tasks easily ( like homework) and if you forgot, there are less chances the teacher will excuse your reason.
Not often, but the following symptoms do contributes to ADHD. This doesn’t garantee you are going through ADHD always.
When googled, you’ll find it as “A chronic condition including attention
difficulty, uncontrollable and impulsiveness.”
ADHD is a neurological disorder that causes a range of behavior problems such as difficulties with focusing, organising, remembrance and social interaction.
Due to this, people feel pressurized and are more likely to get in chaotic situations.
ADHD often begins in childhood and can persist into adulthood. It may contribute to low self-esteem, troubled relationships and difficulty at school or work.
The common symptoms of ADHD are ;
Lack of oxygen at birth, trauma during birth, and infections acquired during delivery can cause ADHD.”
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ADHD in teens
• Overlook details, making careless mistakes in schoolwork, at work, or during other activities
• Starting the new tasks before completing the previous ones.
• Getting easily distracted while doing tasks or play, including conversations, lectures, or lengthy reading
• Unable to focus when spoken directly
• Not follow through on instructions and fails to finish stuff
• Have problems organizing tasks and activities, such as what to do in sequence, keeping materials and having messy work and a chaotic schedule.
With an estimated worldwide-pooled prevlance of 5.3%, ADHD is the most prevalent mental disorder in children
You may seek treatment from a clinical psychologist, paediatrician or psychiatrist.
Common ways of Overcoming ADHD
• Dividing tasks into smaller terms and following a systematic approach to organization.
• Plan to do lists with deadlines and reminders to avoid delaying work.
• Noting down important details that are being instructed.
• Not taking a lot of tasks when there’s already a lot on your plate
• plan a schedule
• Avoid procrastinating
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