Adults with ADHD are often easily sidetracked, have trouble paying attention and difficulty with details. They may struggle with feeling impulsive and disorganized.

When ADHD starts during childhood, it often lasts into adulthood. Living with ADHD as an adult takes on many new challenges including finding a job, maintaining a job, managing deadlines, running finances and establishing more significant relationships. Having ADHD can make these activities very difficult because ADHD affects decision making, concentration and overall effectiveness.

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